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The top 5 questions our patients ask

Help! I might be pregnant…now what?  Top 5 questions our patients ask There is no worse fear than that of the unknown. When you think you might be pregnant, you’re really just looking for some clear guidance on what to do next. Women’s Health Specialists is not only...

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Video: Remembering 50 years with Helen Lotzer

In honor of our 50th anniversary, we interviewed Helen Lotzer who worked for Women’s Health Specialists for the past 5 decades. It was incredible to hear her memories of working here and all of the changes she saw. Take a moment to watch her video below. It was an...

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Focus Fox Valley with Dr. Jill Honkamp

Dr. Jill Honkamp had the pleasure of speaking with Hayley Tenpas, host of Focus Fox Valley, on WHBY radio. In case you missed the interview live, you can listen via the link below. "I am an OBGYN. I have wanted to be an OBGYN since high school. In the valley, we have...

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Who’s who in our latest marketing campaign?

Who’s who in our latest marketing campaign?

We asked for photos of your adorable babies and we are happy to finally show the finished product! If your baby’s face did not make it this time around, don’t worry, there will be more ads in the near future. Appleton Monthly magazine - November Appleton Monthly...

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Happy Father’s Day!

Dads -- they support us and love us unconditionally. Although we work with women every day, we love seeing men support the women in their lives and we love seeing men become dads in the delivery room. Happy Father’s Day weekend from Dr. O'Leary, Dr. Cherney and all of...

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Thank You, Nurses!

The nurses at Women's Health Specialists are truly special people. Their dedication to patients is remarkable and we couldn't do our jobs without them. Please join us in wishing our beloved nurse teams a happy nurses' day, part of National Nurses' Week! [video...

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Preparing Your Daughter for Her First Period

Preparing Your Daughter for Her First Period

  By Dr. Amy Schmidt, MD   Your little girl is growing up! Signs of her age are apparent from simply observing changes that begin to happen before she even gets her first period. Most girls start to menstruate between ages 10 and 15 years old, with an...

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