Women's Health Articles

Amanda Doll

10/23/2013 | Obstetrics & GynecologyWomen's Health

As a pre-school teacher, 30-year-old Amanda Doll spends all day with babies and young children. But the baby she is most excited to spend time with is due this summer—she and her husband, Ian, are expecting their first child in August. “We’re so ready,” Amanda says. “We…

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Sharon Wood

10/17/2013 | Obstetrics & GynecologyWomen's Health

You break a leg. You get it treated. You call friends and family to tell them about your misfortune.  You experience urge incontinence. You wouldn’t think of getting help for it. You don’t tell a soul, not even your doctor.  Unfortunately, that’s true for many…

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“I had some pain at times, but I didn’t take much pain medicine. And if I had abdominal pain, it probably was because I overdid it, so I would rest and it was okay. The pain was like a soreness, but very tolerable.”

Corby Thiel

10/16/2013 | Obstetrics & GynecologyWomen's Health

Completing a fellowship in minimally invasive (laparoscopic and robotic) surgery in Seattle prepared Dr. Meenu Goel in one of the newest surgical methods—da Vinci. It’s a minimally invasive option that requires only a few tiny incisions while delivering…

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Nancy

07/09/2013 | Women's Health

Minimally invasive treatment for pelvic organ prolapse. IU Health patient Nancy sought treatment options that allowed to enjoy her active lifestyle.

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Judy Stachel

10/23/2010 | CancerWomen's Health

Brownsburg’s Judy Stachel was living the life many women dream about: She had a devoted husband, two happy and successful children and a fulfilling career she loved. Judy, as the saying goes, had it all. And then, one evening in early 2010, she felt a lump near her breast. She asked her husband,…

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