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Complete Care at Every Stage of Life

Gynecology

Whether you just had your first menstrual cycle or your last, our caring gynecologists provide comprehensive medical and surgical care to protect and improve your health.

Gynecology:
Complete Women's Healthcare

We believe all women should feel comfortable with their gynecologic care. Our compassionate team works to gain your trust through open communication and personalized treatment for a wide range of conditions, from pelvic pain or menopause to cancer or irregular periods. You can rely on us to deliver the care you need for excellent pelvic health.
 

The Best in Gynecological Services

Preventative Health Screenings

We ensure you get all the health screenings you need at the appropriate times, including mammography, Pap smears, osteoporosis screenings and more.

Surgical Care

Our expert gynecologists provide comprehensive surgical care from hysterectomies and endometriosis treatment to sling surgeries and fibroid removals.

Contraception Counseling

We help you find the contraception that works for you so you can choose motherhood when and if you choose.

Menstrual Issues

Many women experience painful or irregular periods. We can help you manage and correct these issues so they don’t interfere with your daily life.

Menopause Management

We can help you manage the symptoms of menopause so you can stay comfortable and energetic as you age.

When Should You See a Gynecologist?

We recommend visiting the gynecologist for a screening annually, but also any time you have a concern relating to pelvic, vulvar and vaginal pain or if experiencing abnormal bleeding from the uterus. Some common signs you should not wait for your annual exam to see a gynecologist include, but are not limited to:

  • Issues related to pregnancy
  • Urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • Severe menstrual cramps or pelvic pain
  • Extra heavy period
  • Period lasts more than a week
  • Change in regularity of your period
  • If you think you may be pregnant
  • You believe you've been exposed to an STD
  • You've had non-consensual sex

Compassionate Care for Infertility

The caring teams at Bristol Health help you navigate the challenges of infertility and provide treatments that may help you conceive.

Infertility affects one out of every eight couples in the United States, causing heartbreak and frustration. Our compassionate physicians provide care for infertility, including diagnosis and treatment options, so you can move forward in your journey to parenthood. Thanks to advances in reproductive medicine, many couples can become parents even after years of infertility struggles.

News, Advice & Stories

Apr 15, 2020

Lisa Coates Featured on "Face of Connecticut"

Lisa Coates, LCSW, operations manager of the Bristol Health Counseling Center, was the featured guest on this Sunday's WTIC Face Connecticut public affairs program. Listen to her interview here.

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Mar 31, 2020

HEALTHY LIVING: Make emotional health a priority during these trying times

During times of increased stress, we have to consider our emotional immune system. Our emotions play a significant role in how our body responds to stressful situations. To care for our family members and all those in our lives, we have to take care of ourselves as well.

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Mar 30, 2020

Bristol Health launches telemedicine program to limit in-person contact and help flatten the curve

Bristol Health Medical Group doctors have begun seeing many patients using a telemedicine video service that helps limit person-to-person contact and cut down on possible exposures to the coronavirus.

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Mar 18, 2020

ESPN: How to make mental health a priority during the coronavirus pandemic

ESPN spoke with Rebecca Colasanto, LCSW, the system director of behavioral health for Bristol Health, about how to manage and respond to the anxiety and stress that come with these rare times.

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Feb 04, 2020

HEALTHY LIVING: Learn the signs of heart disease

February is American Heart Month and there is no better time to discuss and raise awareness about heart disease.

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