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Women’s Health

Comprehensive Office-Based Gynecology

Providing Compassionate and Personalized Care for Women of All Ages

At Xpress Wellness, our Women’s Health program specializes in the gynecological aspect of women’s health. We are passionate about helping women understand their bodies and navigating the transitions of womanhood throughout their lifespan. 

We offer a wide range of services from preventative care including well woman exams, pap smears, contraception, and menopausal care to treatment of common gynecological problems including abnormal bleeding, menstrual health, and sexual dysfunction. 

Our Women’s Health program does not include ongoing obstetric care; however, we will provide initial diagnostics and referrals to obstetric care for existing patients. 

The comprehensive Women’s Health program is not available at all Xpress Wellness clinics.  Women’s Health is currently only available in our Tulsa Hills clinic location. **Dr. Hill does not provide complete obstetric care.

The comprehensive Women’s Health program is not available at all Xpress Wellness clinics.  Women’s Health is currently only available in our Tulsa Hills clinic location. **Dr. Hill does not provide complete obstetric care.

Services Offered

Abnormal bleeding is a common problem in the gynecology office. Abnormal bleeding includes any irregular bleeding in the menstrual cycle such as periods that are too heavy, too frequent or too infrequent. The causes are numerous and so are the treatment options. If you are experiencing abnormal bleeding, schedule an appointment with our Women’s Health provider or click here to learn more.

While many problems in the adolescent time are the same as for an adult, an effort must be made to gear education and communication to the younger patient. For that reason, there is not a minimum age to obtain care in this practice.  

Birth control is an important part of any gynecology practice and there are so many options for birth control that it can be overwhelming. It is important for the patient to be well-informed in order to choose a method that will be effective. Our Xpress Wellness Women’s Health provider can offer a wide range of options from pills to injections to IUDs and implants. We also educate, when needed, the best way to utilize barrier methods for optimal efficacy. Make an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to discuss the birth control options that are right for you.

Endometriosis is a disease where endometrial tissue (lining of uterus) gets into the abdominal cavity, implants, and then grows and bleeds with the same hormonal signals that cause menstrual bleeding. Most commonly and early in its disease course, it causes severe menstrual cramps and pain with intercourse. If you are experiencing any of these early signs or symptoms of endometriosis, click here to learn more, or make an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to explore treatment options that may be right for you.

Genital Prolapse is the bulging of pelvic organs into the vagina. If you are experiencing symptoms of genital prolapse it can be quite distressing. However there are surgical and non-surgical options to help alleviate and even fix this problem. Click here to read learn more about genital prolapse or schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to discuss treatment options.

Women experience a variety of changes as they stop having their menstrual cycle. Changes in hormone levels may cause symptoms that include hot flashes, moodiness and weight gain. Our Women’s Health provider can help you understand the changes your body is going through and help treat the symptoms you may be having. Schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to learn how we can help.

Menstrual Problems can range from painful cramps to a wide range of physical and psychological symptoms that occur during menstruation. Symptoms such as heavy bleeding and prolonged menstrual periods can cause stress and disruption to a woman’s everyday life. Schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to explore treatment options for these and other menstrual problems you may be having.

Ovarian Cysts are when cysts form on the ovaries. Many ovarian cysts disappear in a few months, however some do not and can cause complications. Common complications from ovarian cysts include pain during intercourse, irregular bowel movements or menstrual irregularities. There are treatment options for ovarian cysts that your physician can prescribe. Schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider to discuss treatment options

An abnormal pap smear is when there are cells in the cervix that look unusual. While there can be many causes for abnormal pap smears, including cancer, abnormal pap smears are often the result of a cervical or vaginal infection. Schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider and learn more about causes and treatment options we offer for abnormal pap smears.

Pelvic pain is any pain that occurs in your pelvic region or reproductive organs. Causes for pelvic pain can be caused from a variety of reasons. Our Women’s Health provider can help diagnose and treat what is causing your pelvic pain. Schedule an appointment today.

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder(PMDD) is a severe form of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) that causes severe mood swings along with common PMS symptoms such as breast tenderness and bloating. The symptoms usually resolve with the onset of menstruation. The symptoms can disrupt daily life and relationships. If you suspect you may be suffering from PMS or PMDD, schedule an appointment with our Women’s Health Provider to explore treatment options.

Sexual Dysfunction in females includes recurrent problems with sexual desire, orgasm or pain and discomfort during intercourse. Sexual dysfunction can be caused by a variety of sources including stress, drugs/alcohol, relationship factors or an underlying disease. Your medical provider can help! If you are experiencing sexual dysfunction, make an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider.

Xpress Wellness offers a full range of Sexually Transmitted Disease/Sexually Transmitted Infection (STD/STI) testing and treatment. STD/STI testing can be done as a walk-in patient at our urgent care, or if you are dealing with treatment of an ongoing issue, you can make an appointment with our Women’s Health provider. Give us a call today to explore your testing and treatment options.

Vaginal and Vulvar symptoms may include itching, burning, irritation or chronic pain and include unusual bumps or sores, to name a few. If you are experiencing these or any other unusual symptoms it’s important to be evaluated by your medical provider for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Schedule and appointment today with our Women’s Health provider.

Well Woman Exams include a pap smear, a pelvic exam and a breast exam. All three of these exams are essential screening tools for early detection and prevention of cancer and many other health problems that are unique to women. Learn more about Well Woman exams or schedule an appointment today with our Xpress Wellness Women’s Health provider.

In office gynecological procedures that can be done by our Women’s Health provider include the following:

  • Diagnostic ultrasound
  • Colposcopy
Gynecologist at Xpress Wellness Urgent Care getting ready to test patient for STIs

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Please complete the form below to request a Women’s Health (Gynecology) appointment with Dr. Erin Hill.

Symptoms of STDs in Women

In women, symptoms of common STDs may include pain or burning during urination, abnormal vaginal discharge, bloody vaginal discharge, pain in the abdomen, spotting, itching, blisters, fever, swollen glands, open sores, and warts. Some STDs, like chlamydia and gonorrhea, cause no symptoms. If your sexual partner has been diagnosed with an STD, testing yourself is vital to prevent complications such as infertility and certain types of cancer.

Symptoms of STDs in Men

Men with STDs may experience discharge from the urethra, pain during urination, inflammation of the testicles or prostate, fever, or sores. Untreated STDs put you at risk for organ failure, infertility, and even brain damage. If you have an STD, your sexual partners are at risk of transmission, so the only way to protect them is to refrain from sexual activity until diagnosis and treatment are completed.

Women's Health Provider

Erin Hill, DO

Office Gynecologist

Board Certified, ACOOG

Dr. Erin Hill, a New Yorker by birth, has been in rural Oklahoma since early childhood. Her undergraduate education was completed at the University of Tulsa and she went on to Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine to obtain her medical degree. Her residency in OB/Gyn Surgery was completed at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Dr. Hill has been practicing in the Tulsa area since 2007.

In 2012, after the delivery of her own sixth child, Dr. Hill decided to work part-time and eliminated obstetrics from her practice. This change allowed her to balance her career with her family. As a result, she was able to enjoy the gynecologic aspect of the specialty that easily gets overshadowed by obstetric demands. She discovered that she enjoys helping women understand their bodies and navigating the transitions of womanhood through their lifespans. 

Dr. Hill lives in the Tulsa area with her husband. They have 5 children at home and one that has successfully launched with two children of his own. Dr. Hill and her family attend Sojourn church in Tulsa. She enjoys any activity involving her kids and grandkids, as well as reading and traveling – always driving, never flying. 

For More Information

Abnormal bleeding is a common problem in the gynecology office and can be a problem for women of all ages.

Abnormal bleeding includes any irregular bleeding in the menstrual cycle and can include periods that are too heavy, too frequent, or too infrequent. The time in and around menopause is also quite disruptive to a woman’s bleeding patterns.

There are also many structural causes of abnormal bleeding like uterine polyps or fibroid tumors. Less commonly, infection or cancer is found to be the cause.

While the causes are numerous, so are the options to manage these problems. With proper testing and patient education about your body, your health care professional will be able to inform you of your options and help you decide the best plan of care.

If you are experiencing abnormal menstrual bleeding, make an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider.

Endometriosis is a disease where endometrial tissue (lining of uterus) gets into the abdominal cavity, implants, and then grows and bleeds with the same hormonal signals that cause menstrual bleeding. Most commonly and early in its disease course, it causes severe menstrual cramps and pain with intercourse. Over time, it can lead to various amounts of scar tissue in the abdomen and pelvis.

Endometriosis can be a cause of chronic pelvic pain, pain with sexual activity, and infertility.
It’s important to seek treatment if you are having any signs or symptoms of endometriosis. Even now, it is not fully understood how the implants end up outside the uterus but intervening early may be helpful in some patients to avoid more severe disease and complications. Medications can be used to keep the tissue less active and hopefully minimize its impact.

At one time, a patient could not be diagnosed unless surgery was done to directly visualize the presence of these implants in the pelvis. Now, we can diagnose endometriosis clinically based on the patient’s history and treat it medically first. Unfortunately, many with severe disease end up having surgery at least once and eventually having both uterus and ovaries removed.

If you are experiencing signs or symptoms of endometriosis, schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider today to discuss your symptoms and explore treatment options.

Genital prolapse is the bulging of pelvic organs into the vagina. There are muscles and fibrous connective tissue that support the position of the pelvic organs (uterus, vagina, bladder, and rectum). The strength of this supportive tissue can be weakened by various forces/pressure caused by things like chronic constipation, frequent or prolonged or repetitive squatting, heavy lifting, pregnancy and childbirth.

Genetics influence the strength of this connective tissue so some women will have failure from less of these factors than others. Over time, these organs start to bulge into the vagina. At first, these bulges can really only be noted when your doctor examines you, but over time you may notice the bulges pushing through your vaginal opening. This can be quite distressing, but is not dangerous or an emergency. You may also notice a weak urine stream and difficulty pooping because the pathway out of the body is distorted by the bulging.

Many women experience symptoms of genital prolapse for many years without any treatment, figuring out ways to manage the difficulties with emptying bladder and bowels. However, there are surgical and non-surgical options to help alleviate and even fix this problem. Your healthcare provider will need to know if you are feeling symptoms that indicate this is a problem for you. Be encouraged to discuss these things openly with your doctor/provider.

Abnormal Bleeding

Abnormal bleeding is a common problem in the gynecology office and can be a problem for women of all ages.

Abnormal bleeding includes any irregular bleeding in the menstrual cycle and can include periods that are too heavy, too frequent, or too infrequent. The time in and around menopause is also quite disruptive to a woman’s bleeding patterns.

There are also many structural causes of abnormal bleeding like uterine polyps or fibroid tumors. Less commonly, infection or cancer is found to be the cause.

While the causes are numerous, so are the options to manage these problems. With proper testing and patient education about your body, your health care professional will be able to inform you of your options and help you decide the best plan of care.

If you are experiencing abnormal menstrual bleeding, make an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a disease where endometrial tissue (lining of uterus) gets into the abdominal cavity, implants, and then grows and bleeds with the same hormonal signals that cause menstrual bleeding. Most commonly and early in its disease course, it causes severe menstrual cramps and pain with intercourse. Over time, it can lead to various amounts of scar tissue in the abdomen and pelvis.

Endometriosis can be a cause of chronic pelvic pain, pain with sexual activity, and infertility.
It’s important to seek treatment if you are having any signs or symptoms of endometriosis. Even now, it is not fully understood how the implants end up outside the uterus but intervening early may be helpful in some patients to avoid more severe disease and complications. Medications can be used to keep the tissue less active and hopefully minimize its impact.
issue in the abdomen and pelvis.

At one time, a patient could not be diagnosed unless surgery was done to directly visualize the presence of these implants in the pelvis. Now, we can diagnose endometriosis clinically based on the patient’s history and treat it medically first. Unfortunately, many with severe disease end up having surgery at least once and eventually having both uterus and ovaries removed.
issue in the abdomen and pelvis.

If you are experiencing signs or symptoms of endometriosis, schedule an appointment today with our Women’s Health provider today to discuss your symptoms and explore treatment options.

Genital Prolapse

Genital prolapse is the bulging of pelvic organs into the vagina. There are muscles and fibrous connective tissue that support the position of the pelvic organs (uterus, vagina, bladder, and rectum). The strength of this supportive tissue can be weakened by various forces/pressure caused by things like chronic constipation, frequent or prolonged or repetitive squatting, heavy lifting, pregnancy and childbirth.

Genetics influence the strength of this connective tissue so some women will have failure from less of these factors than others. Over time, these organs start to bulge into the vagina. At first, these bulges can really only be noted when your doctor examines you, but over time you may notice the bulges pushing through your vaginal opening. This can be quite distressing, but is not dangerous or an emergency. You may also notice a weak urine stream and difficulty pooping because the pathway out of the body is distorted by the bulging.

Many women experience symptoms of genital prolapse for many years without any treatment, figuring out ways to manage the difficulties with emptying bladder and bowels. However, there are surgical and non-surgical options to help alleviate and even fix this problem. Your healthcare provider will need to know if you are feeling symptoms that indicate this is a problem for you. Be encouraged to discuss these things openly with your doctor/provider.

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Women's Health Appointment:

Please call the clinic at 918-770-4247 to schedule a Women’s Health Appointment.