Swedish Women's Health Team

Whether you are seeking gynecological advice, need help navigating your way through the menopause stage of life or researching a recent breast cancer diagnosis, the Swedish Women's Health Team is committed to helping women find the information they need to live happy and healthy lives.

  • There's a new treatment for urinary tract infections. What should you know?

    There's a new treatment for urinary tract infections. What should you know?

    The antibiotic, pivmecillinam, has been used in Europe for over four decades as the primary treatment for uncomplicated UTIs.

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  • Preventing cervical cancer

    Preventing cervical cancer

    A gynecological oncologist at Swedish outlines the benefits of early vaccination and regular screenings to prevent cervical cancer.

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  • At Swedish, the very best care for every woman at every stage of life

    At Swedish, the very best care for every woman at every stage of life

    Seattle’s KING 5 TV hosted a panel of Providence Swedish women’s health experts for a series of conversations about the extensive, world-class women’s health-care available to our patients.

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  • Sex can become painful after menopause. A Swedish expert offers some guidance.

    Sex can become painful after menopause. A Swedish expert offers some guidance.

    A Swedish menopause and sexual health expert shares solutions and advice for talking with your partner and your doctor about this common condition.

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  • Women’s Health spotlight: An expert’s take on top health issues women face

    Women’s Health spotlight: An expert’s take on top health issues women face

    Advice from a Swedish expert and resource roundup for Women's Health Month.

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  • Innovative program empowers women to strengthen brain health

    Innovative program empowers women to strengthen brain health

    The innovative new Women’s Brain Health Program at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute offers women care that can help them get ahead of cognitive decline.

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  • It's not all in your head. A Swedish expert on the causes, symptoms and treatment of endometriosis

    It's not all in your head. A Swedish expert on the causes, symptoms and treatment of endometriosis

    Many people suffer with this painful condition for years before it's treated.

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  • Perimenopause and menopause: myths, reality and how to cope

    Perimenopause and menopause: myths, reality and how to cope

    Menopause is often misunderstood, leading to unnecessary anxiety. Learn the truth about some common myths surrounding perimenopause and menopause.

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  • You can protect yourself from Cervical Cancer – here’s how

    You can protect yourself from Cervical Cancer – here’s how

    Cervical cancer is preventable, detectable and treatable. Learn how to protect yourself with the HPV vaccine and regular screenings.

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  • Addiction and recovery during pregnancy

    Addiction and recovery during pregnancy

    Women with substance use disorder reflect on challenges they overcame during pregnancy with help from addiction and recovery services at Swedish.

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  • A Brighter Future for Our Smallest Babies

    A Brighter Future for Our Smallest Babies

    The Small Baby Unit provides highly skilled and specialized care for extremely preterm infants born before 28 weeks.

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  • For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, breast health tips from a Swedish expert

    For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, breast health tips from a Swedish expert

    Learn more about the latest advancements in breast cancer care, including screenings and treatments.

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  • A dose of hope for Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

    A dose of hope for Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

    It's Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about screenings, early detection and prevention

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  • Hope Is on the Horizon During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

    Hope Is on the Horizon During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

    You deserve to know if you have a high risk of ovarian cancer. Find out how the Swedish Cancer Institute is advancing genetic testing and early detection.

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  • Can early menopause raise the risk of heart problems? Swedish experts weigh in.

    Can early menopause raise the risk of heart problems? Swedish experts weigh in.

    A study released in August reported that women who go through menopause when they are younger than 40 are at a greater risk of heart problems.

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  • New OB-GYN residency will boost maternity care access

    New OB-GYN residency will boost maternity care access

    Washington and surrounding states don’t have enough OBGYNs to meet patient needs. The new Swedish residency program will help solve that problem.

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  • Women’s health: Changes for every phase of life

    Women’s health: Changes for every phase of life

    Women’s health issues change through all phases of life. Find out what to expect at every age.

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  • For Women's Health Week, fitness tips from a pro athlete

    For Women's Health Week, fitness tips from a pro athlete

    For some fitness advice from a pro, we caught up with Sharon Tsao (she/her) from the Swedish-sponsored Seattle Tempest women’s ultimate frisbee team.

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  • Our new Women’s Wellness & Specialty GYN Services, First Hill, meets a need for specialized care

    Our new Women’s Wellness & Specialty GYN Services, First Hill, meets a need for specialized care

    Learn how generous donors are helping Swedish expand women’s health services in the Seattle area and respond to the increasing demand for menopause care.

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  • Gynecologic care, surgery and treatment under one roof

    Gynecologic care, surgery and treatment under one roof

    The Minimally Invasive Gynecological Surgery Clinic at Swedish offers a more coordinated path to care and surgical options that involve less downtime.

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