Postpartum depression

It is currently estimated that 11 to 20% of women who give birth in the US each year have postpartum depression symptoms. These include anxiety, panic symptoms, irritability, depression, fear, and repeatedly going over thoughts. It may also include other physical symptoms, such as fatigue, loss of appetite, weight gain, weight loss, and insomnia. These […]

Premenstrual mood disorders

Although most women experience some degree of mood alteration prior to and at the start of their period, others experience excessive symptoms that cause them significant personal and interpersonal distress. At Selah, we understand how to distinguish normal discomforts from abnormal ones. We also value the impact of these symptoms on a woman’s relationships and […]

Postmenopausal bleeding

If you have had menopause symptoms (hot flashes, mood swings) and haven’t had a period for longer than 12 months, you may have entered menopause. Any vaginal bleeding that occurs after menopause can be concerning and should be evaluated by a health care provider immediately. Sometimes this bleeding is caused by a thin uterine lining […]

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

An emerging epidemic of hormonal dysfunction is happening in US women, resulting from genetic susceptibility, possible environmental exposures, and obesity. Despite the various causes, this hormonal dysfunction can lead to the same symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (known as PCOS). Women typically have irregular and often heavy periods, acne, unwanted coarse hair growth on the […]

Recurrent miscarriage

Every woman who has gone through miscarriage understands the deep grief associated with this type of loss. But for women who have gone through this experience two, three, or even more times, the sense of loss can be unspeakable and life-altering. At Selah, we understand the emotional impact of recurrent miscarriage on a woman and […]

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain in women can have a multitude of causes, some of which involve the female reproductive organs, and some of which don’t. For many, it can also be discouraging to try to find answers and effective treatment. At Selah, we don’t ever treat chronic pain with narcotic pain medication. Instead, we strive to identify […]