If you have any problems during office hours, you can speak with our OB or GYN nurse. After hours, one of our physicians is always on-call for any emergency.
During your visit, you will be asked to complete various forms. The information you provide assists us during your consultation to assess your medical condition as well as indicate your billing arrangements. The security and privacy of the information supplied … Continue reading
Your pharmacist can assist you in refilling a prescription.
All Women has been certified and licensed by the State of Kentucky to perform and evaluate the DXA scans. The technicians and physicians have to be re-licensed every two years to maintain our license.
We ask that a patient stop taking calcium at least 2 days before the DXA is performed.
A patient should not have a DXA if they have had any x-ray dye in their system with the last 48 hours. Pregnant women should not have a DXA scan.
Sometimes a patient is asked to have a scan at a much earlier age due to medications they are taking or because of family history. Certain medications such Depo Provera, Femara, Arimidex anti-convulsant medications, steroids, or antacids can cause bone … Continue reading
Bone density tests are begun at age 50 or within the first two to three years after becoming menopausal.
A T-score is when the bone mass or density is then calculated and compared to the peak bone mass of a controlled population at age 30. A normal T-score is -1 and above. A low bone mass is between -1 … Continue reading
A scanner arm moves over the patient’s body but does not touch the patient or cause any pain. A low dose of radiation is then used to measure the bone density in the lower spine, hip and possibly the arm. … Continue reading