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Women's Medical Associates Of Nashville, P.C.
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Nashville’s Leader in Gynecology & Obstetric Services
Nashville’s Leader in Gynecology & Obstetric Services

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Studies show about 80% of breast lumps are benign. Cancerous lumps are generally hard and immovable, so if you can move the lump, it’s likely benign. (Note: If a woman feels ANY lumps, she should schedule an appointment to have them checked).
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Get to know our team! Dr. Driver is an avid University of Tennessee football fan and enjoys hiking, running, and reading. She has a daughter who is active in dance and twin sons. Learn more about her here: http://www.wmaofnashville.com/dr-lynn-driver/
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Hormone replacement treatment uses the natural female hormones estrogen and progesterone to treat and relieve women with common symptoms of #menopause.
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Mood swings, anxiety, sadness, irritability, heightened emotions, loss of appetite, excessive crying and feelings of hopelessness are all signs and symptoms of post partum depression. If a woman or a loved is suffering from PPD, please seek professional help to get back to a healthy state.
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Having a mammogram is important because it effectively detects any signs of cancer in the early stages. Learn more below.

#BreastCancerAwareness #Mammogram #WomensHealth
Understanding Mammograms
Understanding Mammograms
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There are several different birth control methods, but one of the most popular is the birth control pill. Click below to learn more about it.
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Recent research shows three out of four women experience pain during intercourse at some point in their lives. There are many common causes of pain, including vaginal dryness. Long-term, persistent pain may be a sign of something serious, such as cancer.
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Here are 6 health concerns that all women should know about:
1. Heart Disease
2. Breast Cancer
3. Osteoporosis
4. Depression
5. Reproductive Health
6. Alzheimer's Disease
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Now that #flu season is upon us, it’s time to protect the health of you and your baby by getting a flu shot. Read below for why the flu shot is an essential part of your prenatal care.
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#Estrogen is a vital component of the development of the female secondary sexual characteristics that emerge during puberty, including the breasts and pubic hair. It also regulates the female body's menstrual cycle and the reproductive system.
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