with Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones

Being healthy is more than just your physical health. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones discuss all the aspects that contribute to women's health. You'll also get some great ideas how you can improve your health and the health of your families.

Latest Shows

New Research Shows Hormonal IUD Effective as Long-Term and Emergency Contraception

Feb 18, 2021

Research from the University of Utah and Planned Parenthood shows evidence that the hormonal intrauterine device or LNG-IUD is an effective option for both long-term and emergency contraception. Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones speaks with Dr. David Turok and what his team’s research means for women and OB ...

New Research Shows Potential Negative Effects of COVID-19 on Pregnancy

Feb 11, 2021

For women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are concerns about what risks you and your baby may face if you become infected. Women's health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones speaks with Dr. Torri Metz to discuss her recently completed multi-center study ...

My Period Came Early – Am I Normal?

Feb 4, 2021

Your menstrual cycle started too early, too late. There's too much, too little—it's irregular. Women's health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones describes the conditions of a "normal" period, what's not normal, and when you may need to see a physician. ...

When Can I Stop Using Birth Control?

Jan 28, 2021

You’ve been good about family planning, You’ve had the children you want, when you want. You’ve always used birth control, but when can you stop? For most women, it is when they enter menopause, but some birth control methods can make it difficult to tell when you are menopausal. OBGYN Dr. Kir ...

How Long After a Miscarriage to Try Again?

Jan 14, 2021

Sadly, miscarriages do occur for expecting mothers, and many women commonly want to know how long they must wait before trying to get pregnant again. Women's health expert, Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones says the most common recommendation in the United States is three months. Learn what conditions can cau ...

It's Important to Follow-up with Your Doctor

Nov 20, 2020

Some patients, unfortunately, don't get better after the first doctor's appointment, and an estimated 30 percent of patients don't even fill their prescriptions. If your condition doesn't improve, your doctor needs to know. Women's health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talks about the importance of ...

Why Do Women Have Hot Flashes?

Nov 12, 2020

6,000 women in the United States enter menopause each day. One-third of all women in the United States will be postmenopausal by 2020—most are baby boomers. Menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, can last as long as fifteen years and can cause significant distress. Women's health expert Dr. Kirt ...

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