San Antonio — Institute for Women’s Health’s own Dr. Sara Mornar was recently featured in an article on Medical Daily, a national news site. The article, What to Expect On Your First ‘Gyno’ Visit, covers how women can properly prepare for their first trip to the gynecologist.
A first visit can be intimidating, but Mornar and other experts provide insight on key questions women should be asking their gynecologist to ease the process and stay on top of their health.
“Women should be prepared to share their medical background as a part of their first visit,” said Mornar. “Women should start getting regular gynecology exams by the age of 21, and mammograms by the age of 40 and older, depending on family history.”
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Board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Mornar practices out of the Institute’s Northeast Baptist Medical Building. She earned her Doctor of Osteopathy Degree from Chic
ago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Residency at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix.
About Institute For Women’s Health
The Institute For Women’s Health was formed on May 1,1996. Since then, they have continued to expand the practice to become one of the largest OB/GYN and fertility practices in the region. Institute For Women’s Health currently has nine medical offices strategically located around San Antonio. Clinically, they are privileged to have more than 30 physicians, a nurse practitioner and eight sonographers.