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  • Infertility Treatment Options
    Dr. Anya Rose, Dr. Megan Gau, and the medical staff at Rose Women's Health are here to help you when you're facing infertility. Infertility is a common issue among women Read more
  • What is HPV?
    You have recently discovered that you have HPV and now you are wondering what comes next? How did this happen? What does this mean for the future? Let's help answer Read more
  • COVID-19
    To all of our patients, With new reports about the Covid-19 changing daily it is understandable to feel concerned. I want to take a moment to ensure all patients we are Read more
  • What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag
    What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag You’ve made it this far and now you’re struggling to figure out what to pack for your delivery? "Do I need a breast pump? Read more
  • NIPT
    You may be wondering, "When can I find out the gender of my baby? What type of genetic testing is offered to me?". We work closely with a non-invasive prenatal testing Read more
  • Breaking News: COVID-19
    At Rose Women's Health, your health, safety, and comfort is our main concern. During these unprecedented times, we are here to inform our patients about the Coronavirus and the COVID Read more
  • Telehealth Tips
    10 Telehealth Tips for an Ob-Gyn Visit Telehealth, also called telemedicine, allows you to get health care without seeing your ob-gyn in person. You use technology, such as a phone, tablet, Read more
  • First Pregnancy Appointments
    Congratulations on the beginning of a wonderful journey! With a bundle of joy comes a bundle of information. We at Rose Women's Health are here to help! Your first appointment will Read more
  • Whooping Cough
    Have you heard about whooping cough? It’s a serious disease that can be deadly for babies. Babies with whooping cough (also called pertussis) have violent coughing fits and a hard Read more
  • COVID Information
    COVID-19 and Pregnancy: 3 Steps to Stay Safe Know the FactsCOVID-19 can spread between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet).Some people with COVID-19 may Read more
  • Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine
    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes throughout everyday life — and in the medical community as well. Not only are providers across the country postponing elective procedures, but many Read more
  • The Flu Shot
    The flu may sound like no big deal, but it's especially dangerous for pregnant women and newborns. If you're pregnant and have the flu, you may have serious health complications Read more

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