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At Peoria Women's Health our patients come first. Our support staff is happy to help guide you through the registration and billing process.  Our clinical staff is here to answer any questions or concerns you might have regarding your medical condition.  Our board certified physicians believe that trust and integrity are essential to providing exceptional gynecologic and obstetrical care. We feel that our openness and honesty helps us to create a health care plan that's as individual as our patients. We encourage our patients to be informed about the changes in women's health care practices and we are committed to providing additional information and resources to help our patients make informed decisions regarding their health in a manner that is both convenient and comfortable.

Menopause is a natural part of the aging process.  The reduction in estrogen that comes with menopause will cause changes to take place in your body.  These changes usually occur over time but Menopause is different for every woman.  Some women notice little to no difference in their bodies or moods while others may experience symptoms severe enough to interfere with the normal course of every day living.
The decision to have a baby is one of the most important decisions you are likely to make in your life.  With more women waiting later in life to conceive, fertility has become a growing concern.  How long should I wait to have a baby?  When should I consider alternate means of reproduction?
With so many options available to women who wish to delay or prevent conception, if can get quite confusing.  Determining what method is right for you and your partner isn’t easy. There are short term methods such as the birth control pills or injections.
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