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OBGYN.net: The Difference is in the Doctors When it Comes to Researching Women’s Health, Pregnancy, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Sexual, and Fertility Issues Online

September 7, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ — OBGYN.net is offering access to obstetric, gynecology, sexual and reproductive health information provided by world class medical professional experts for the millions of women suffering with various forms of Women’s Health conditions free of charge or forced registration.

“The biggest problem with most Women’s Health websites,” cites Roberta Speyer, CEO and founder of OBGYN.net, “is their reliance on woman-to-woman communication alone with little or no input from the medical professional community. At the end of the day no surgical, diagnostic or prescription pharmaceutical therapy information is accessible to women without it being provided by their local healthcare provider who is often an obstetrician, gynecologist or OB/GYN.” She further notes, “OBGYN.net allows women into the minds of their doctors through medical conferences where the research and new clinical studies are being presented peer to peer. This is where decisions that will be effecting therapeutic and diagnostic options for them now and in the future are being discussed.”

In addition to video presentations and interviews with experts on conditions such as fibroid tumors, endometriosis, sexually transmitted infections, and treatment options including robotics, advanced laparoscopy, new drugs and diagnostic tools, there are OB/GYN doctors available to answer your questions on the OBGYN.net Women’s Health Forum free of charge.

http://forums.obgyn.net/womens-health/

Women are coming to OBGYN.net to find out about the latest options for problems from vaginitis, contraception, fibroids and menopause to life-threatening conditions including cervical, ovarian and uterine cancer.

“Fibroid tumors represent the single largest cause for the 600,000 plus hysterectomies performed in the United States annually,” notes Hope Waltman, expert correspondent for the OBGYN.net Fibroid Resource Center http://www.obgyn.net/fibroid-resource-center/ and founder of HopeForFibroids.org.

Hope goes on to say, “The doctors answering questions on the Fibroid Resource Center every day are the top experts on fibroids in the world. Even if you can’t see them personally, because they are too far away from your home, it is great to be able to get their input before visiting your local doctor. This way you know what questions to ask and how to evaluate your options so you don’t end up with an unneeded or overly invasive hysterectomy.”

For women dealing with any Women’s Health related concerns, OBGYN.net has focused on access to the experts resulting in it’s its continued success since launch in 1996 as the #1 OB/GYN destination website.

To access OBGYN.net or EndometriosisZONE.org and additional resources, please click the links below:

www.obgyn.net

www.endometriosiszone.org

http://www.obgyn.net/fibroid-resource-center/

http://forums.obgyn.net/womens-health/

EndometriosisZONE.org is the sister site to OBGYN.net providing extensive information to this painful often misdiagnosed disease effecting millions of women annually.

About OBGYN.net: OBGYN.net is owned and operated by MediSpecialty.com Inc., an award-winning health media company for women. The company’s website provides visitors access to one of the largest women’s health-, disease- and condition-specific content libraries on the web, as well as the largest online community of women discussing their concerns directly with world class expert doctors. Health care marketers rely on OBGYN.net for reaching the most influential health- and condition-specific buying audience on the Internet — women and their opinion shapers, OB/GYN physicians. Millions of women visit OBGYN.net every year, making it one of the largest resources dedicated exclusively to reproductive health and disease state information for women looking for solutions to their problems or just to take the best possible care of their health and wellness. For more, visit www.OBGYN.net.

SOURCE OBGYN.net


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