Women’s Health Care

Dr. Farmer provides a wide range of services for a woman and her health and well-being. From annual well women’s visits to infertility evaluation and methods, Dr. Farmer will cover all of your health care needs. To learn more about some of the most common care Dr. Farmer offers, click on the desired service found under the Women’s Health Care tab or from the following list.

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  • Annual Exams

    According to recommended guidelines, the greatest factor to the occurrence of cervical cancer is not having annual Pap tests. Learn more.

  • BRACAnalysis

    If you or your close relatives have a history of breast or ovarian cancer, there may be an inherited risk that runs in your family. BRACAnalysis is a genetic test for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Learn more.

  • Burning Vulvar Syndrome

    This common condition involves pain or a burning sensation around the vagina opening. In severe cases, sexual intercourse and tampon use are difficult or even impossible. Learn more.

  • Contraceptives

    From oral, injectable, temporary to permanent, Dr. Farmer will give you all of your options for contraception and find the one that works for you and your lifestyle. Learn more.

  • Endometriosis

    Endometriosis is by far the most common cause of pelvic pain in women. This pain may occur before or after the menstrual period while it is most prevalent during a woman’s monthly cycle. Learn more.

  • Infertility Treatment

    Dr. Farmer has a special interest in infertility. Services offered include infertility testing and treatment. Oral and injectable medications are sometimes used as well as intrauterine insemination. Learn more.

  • Obstetrics

    Dr. Farmer provides routine and high-risk obstetrical care including mothers with health problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Learn more.

  • Painful Bladder Syndrome

    If you experience bladder pain and discomfort, you may be suffering from interstitial cystitis (IC) or what is commonly referred to as Painful Bladder Syndrome. Learn more.

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    This occurs when the connective tissue securing the vagina and uterus to the pelvis gives way- causing the vagina to become displaced towards, and sometimes beyond the vaginal opening. Learn more.

  • Urethral Support Sling

    If you experience bladder leakage during physical activity such as laughing, exercising, sneezing and coughing, you may be experiencing stress incontinence. Learn more.