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Top Signs of an Abnormal Period

When is a woman’s period considered abnormal? From the teen years through peri-menopause women learn to “work around” their menstruation. The inconveniences associated with bleeding and managing bleeding become a monthly routine. It can be hard to tell the difference between normal changes caused by menstruation and abnormal symptoms. Here are the top signs and […]

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Food is Medicine Winter Feature, Part I: The Good and Bad Bacteria News

Are you killing the good bacteria in your gut? There are over 3 trillion bacteria in your body. Trillions of microbes – bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites – all live together in your gastrointestinal tract. The intestines are home to most bacteria. Known as the “gut microbiota” or “gut flora”, healthy gut flora and unhealthy bacteria […]

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Hashimoto’s and HCG Day at Georgetown Office

Wednesday, January 24th – mark your calendar for several special events!   9am-10 am Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis January is Thyroid Awareness month. Did you know that 1 in 9 people have thyroid disease? For women the numbers come to about 1 in 4 and most people take years to get a diagnosis. Once diagnosed, thyroid medication […]

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Get Rid of Your Turkey Neck with the CoolMini™ Special

FDA approved Coolsculpting Mini applicator, CoolMini™, is designed to treat smaller pockets of fat, including the submental, or chin fat area, more commonly referred to as the double chin or “turkey neck”. Rhett Women’s Center was among the first to offer the Cool Mini. This Thanksgiving, request your free consultation now and receive 25% patient […]

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Food is Medicine: Cooking for your Microbiome

Join Rhett Women’s Center for a special “Food is Medicine” cooking series at Le Creuset Atelier’s demonstration kitchen located at Ripley Point. Gut healthy recipes, tastings, meal planning and tips from Gene Blake and Erin Copenhaver will take place in the state-of-the-art demo kitchen on Saturday, November 18 from 9 am to 11 am. Who: […]

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Award Winning Coolsculpting Gets Results: Now at Rhett Women’s Center for a more affordable price

CoolSculpting® was named the NewBeauty Award Winner for the 4th Consecutive Year. NewBeauty editors, readers and contributors rated the non-invasive CoolSculpting treatment for fat reduction the “Best Allover Fat Fighter”. At Rhett Women’s Center, we agree. Our patients are getting great results. Our Coolsculpting Specialists are highly training and excited to offer this award-winning method […]

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The Importance of Getting the Right Diagnosis

“We look ‘upstream’ and dig deeper to figure out why symptoms are occurring because we know symptoms are our body’s way of communicating that something is not right.” – Erin Copenhaver, PA By the time they get to Rhett Women’s Center so many of our patients have have been to multiple different clinicians over years’ […]

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Nature-Throid and WP Thyroid Availability

Many of our patients are just becoming aware of this, but there is a manufacturing issue with the production of two of our most prescribed thyroid medications – Nature-Throid® and WP Thyroid® (these are manufactured in the same facility). This is an issue beyond our control, and it is estimated that it will be sometime in […]

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Get the Thyroid Treatment You Deserve: Master the Metabolism Gland

In the Spring of last year, the Wall Street Journal columnist Melinda Beck struck a chord with many patients suffering from common thyroid disease symptoms. Under diagnosed and requiring quality time with the patient to properly diagnose, many patients with thyroid disease are under treated or even untreated.  Patients are fighting for validation of symptoms […]

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Delivering 40 years of Innovation with Dr. Edmund Rhett

Congratulations are in order for our own Dr. Edmund Rhett, who celebrates 40 years in practice this September. Dr. Rhett has seen many changes in the medical field over the years, but “Good conscientious medicine is still good medicine,” he states. After graduating from the University of the South, Sewanee, TN with a degree in […]

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