Blog Archive

Which Type of Birth Control is Best for Me? May 1st, 2020

The good news is there are more birth control options available than ever. The challenge is choosing the right one for your situation and lifestyle. Fortunately, there are questions you can discuss with your doctor to help select what's best for you.  Dr. Thomas Hatchett and our highly trained team...

Solve These 3 Health Problems by Balancing Your Hormones Apr 15th, 2020

When most people think about hormone issues, things like PMS and menopause come to mind. In reality, hormone imbalances can affect men and women and wreak havoc on the body in a number of ways. Here at Habersham OBGYN, located in Demorest, Georgia, Dr. Thomas Hatchett, midwife Britteny Barron, and...

How Your Obstetrician Can Help You with Prenatal Care Mar 5th, 2020

Congratulations, you're pregnant! Now what?   Many new parents-to-be can feel overwhelmed by all the choices to be made, from which car seat is safest to what color to paint the nursery. Fortunately, when it comes to prenatal care, the decision is a no-brainer. Start early and go regularly. There...

5 Reasons BioTE® Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy May Be Right for You Feb 1st, 2020

A hormonal imbalance can strike both women and men as they age, as well as individuals dealing with certain health issues. Fortunately, BioTE® bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) can assist in reducing unpleasant symptoms and help you feel like yourself again.  Here at Habersham OBGYN in Demorest, Georgia, Dr. Thomas...

Pregnant for the First Time? Here’s What You Should Know Jan 1st, 2020

There’s nothing more joyful than learning that you’re pregnant, but you likely have tons of questions, too. Every pregnancy is different of course, but many moms-to-be find themselves wondering — about whatever’s happening or however they’re feeling — is this normal? The process of growing a baby is nothing short...

What Is Endometrial Ablation and Why Would I Need It? Dec 18th, 2019

Almost 10 million women of childbearing age in the United States experience menstrual periods that include heavy bleeding, cramps, and pain severe enough to impact their daily lives. Symptoms go beyond those of regular cycles and they’re often enough to interfere with school, work, or other tasks and obligations. The...