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Specialized Infertility Treatments

By emily.blumkin
June 5, 2018

If you are facing fertility issues, we know it can be an emotional and difficult process to face. That’s why Garden OB/GYN is here to help. Our practice offers specialist doctors, as well as treatments that are specific and personalized for each patient’s circumstance. Garden OB/GYN specializes in helping our patients overcome their fertility issues. ... read more


What to Know About Pap Smear Tests

By emily.blumkin
June 4, 2018

Pap smears are a routine part of the Well Woman’s Exam or Annual Gynecological Exam. The Pap smear is a physical exam that is used to detect and diagnose cervical cancer, as well as Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).  During the exam, the healthcare provider extracts cervical cells so that they can be examined under a ... read more


National Cancer Survivors Day

By emily.blumkin
June 3, 2018

National Cancer Survivors Day is celebrated the first Sunday in June. We celebrate for those who have survived and provide inspiration for those that were recently diagnosed with cancer. Garden OB/GYN supports cancer research, fundraising and sharing knowledge about cancer and prevention. We are proud to be a 2018 Flagship Sponsor of Making Strides Against ... read more


Types of Breast Cancer Testing

By emily.blumkin
June 2, 2018

You’ve probably heard about the importance of breast cancer testing and screening to promote your personal women’s wellness, but it’s likely that you’re unsure of exactly what each type of test is for? Luckily we have the explanations for you! Here is a description of the common types of breast cancer testing and what they ... read more


Pregnancy & Dehydration

By emily.blumkin
May 30, 2018

Summer is approaching! If you’re pregnant it’s especially important to make sure you are drinking enough water to stay hydrated in these warm-weather months. During pregnancy, your body will need more water than the average woman. That’s because the extra water helps your baby develop through providing proper fluids and nutrients through the placenta (the ... read more


New Garden OBGYN Commack Office

By emily.blumkin
May 29, 2018

Garden OB/GYN is proud to announce the opening of our new Commack OB/GYN Office! Located at 500 Commack Road, Suite 150D in Commack, NY 11725. Our Commack Office offers all of the comprehensive services offered by Garden OB/GYN, including Annual Exams, Pregnancy Care, Birth Control Consulations, Cancer Screening, Breast Exams, STD testing, Yeast Infection Treatment, ... read more


Fresh Meadow’s OB/GYN Similac Package Winner

By emily.blumkin
May 25, 2018

Congratulations to our Fresh Meadow’s Patient, Elaine, who won the Similac package. This moment was also particularly special as Garden OB/GYN was able to successfully help her husband apply to come home early from the Army for her delivery!   ... read more


Garden OB/GYN AIUM Presentation

By emily.blumkin
April 17, 2018

Check out our Garden OB/GYN Clinicians' presentation for AIUM below. The presentation is broken into 3 parts: https://www.gardenobgyn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/940fe716b0eaad38f47b209d61657490.mp4 https://www.gardenobgyn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/270b1db27a6bfd82e6b95312c8507d98.mp4 https://www.gardenobgyn.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/52d56c78c4fe752a58aad9d13e3d2c43.mp4... read more


Premature Births & Depression - Garden Can Help

By emily.blumkin
April 17, 2018

Premature birth is associated with a wide variety of health implications for both the baby and their family. Below is a resonating article that discusses the relationship between a mother’s premature birth experience and her mental health. The health of our patients and their babies is particularly important to the team at Garden OB/GYN. Garden ... read more


Helpful Information on OSTEOPENIA & OSTEOPOROSIS

By emily.blumkin
March 22, 2018

Osteopenia/Osteoporosis Often times, when women who are in menopause come in for their annual exams we ask if you have had your bone density exam. Bone density exams are very important in determining if you are at risks of fractures due to osteopenia or osteoporosis.  What is osteopenia and osteoporosis? Osteopenia is a decrease in ... read more