Annual Check Up!

Let's work together

With COVID 19 making such an impact on our day to day routines, we are making adjustments with scehduling. Your well being and preventative measures taken to ensure health and prosperity are still very important to us. We are still taking both Initial New Patient Well Woman Exam appointments, and Established Patient Well Woman Exams, any time after April 20th or otherwise determined. However we want you to know, that if you're experiencing any new symptoms that are concerning to you - we want them to be addressed immediately. Please utilize our new "Telemedicine" options for a sooner consult, or call our office to decide if provider would like you to come in person to your appointment. We thank you so much for your patience and understanding. 

Author
True Harmony Provider The True Harmony providers collaborate to bring easy to understand education to our community

You Might Also Enjoy...

Importance of Iron

Understanding the iron in your body when you're pregnant is important. This post goes into detail on signs to look out for and helpful tips to how your diet can contribute to a healthy iron count. Read on to learn more!

When to make an Appointment?

True Harmony wants to dive in head first for your breast health. In this post, we will be reviewing when to look into making an appointment with breast exams. Your breast health is very important and we want to make sure you're taking the right steps!

What to Expect at Your First Prenatal Appointment

Your pregnancy test came back positive! You are probably wondering what happens next, and when you should get started with your prenatal care. At True Harmony, our OB and midwifery team are excited to meet you and get you started on your pregnancy journey!

What to Know Before Getting Pregnant

If you are starting to think about pregnancy, whether that be in a few months, a few years, or just “sometime in the future,” then there are already steps you can take to prepare in order to set yourself up for a healthy pregnancy!

What is a dermoid cyst?

Ovarian cysts are very common in women, but did you know there are different types? You might find one of these types particularly interesting!