Upper East Side, New York

Women's Wellness Center of New York

Know your Body, Advance Your Health

Women's Wellness Center of New York

207 E. 84th St.
New York, NY 10028
(646) 754-3300
Women's Wellness Center of New York, Women's Health Services, Health and Beauty, New York, New York

If you seek answers and solutions about your body, Women’s Wellness Center of New York can help. This is your go-to resource and solution's center for women’s health issues. The team of educated and knowledgeable doctors and staff at Women’s Wellness Center believe in educating and empowering every woman about her body and health.

Online and off, Women’s Wellness Center of New York is there to help with every patient’s problem and find a solution. With a team of expert diagnosticians, the team works quickly to determine whether you have uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts or another issue that is causing a health problem. Whether you're experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic pain, uterine prolapses or menopause, the team at New York’s number one women’s health facility is here to help. They are committed to both educating and treating you. You can also learn more about your body, by visiting the Women's Wellness Center online

Knowing your body is at the core of every patient-doctor interaction at Women’s Wellness Center of New York. You can trust your doctor to gently inform you of your pap smear or abnormal pap smear results so that you can make decisions together to advance your health. In the case of uterine fibroids or uterine prolapses, their fibroids surgeons and doctors can provide excellent council before and after gynecologic surgery.

To learn more about your body and advance your health, schedule an appointment with Dr. Shirazian today by calling (647) 754-3300 or book online by visiting the website.

Announcements & Events from Women's Wellness Center of New York
A Patient's Guide to Pap Smears, Manhattan, New York
Gynecologists generally recommend that patients visit them for annual checkups. They will run various wellness tests during this appointment to check for women’s healt...read more
Understanding the Basics of Menopause, Manhattan, New York
Women experience many changes as they age, and menopause is one of the most significant. The process of menopause occurs after you stop menstruating. And while it is completely norma...read more
How Are Second Pregnancies Different?, Manhattan, New York
If you’re planning on having more than one baby before reaching menopause, you may be wondering how subsequent pregnancies will differ from the first. While every preg...read more
A Guide to Ovarian Cysts, Manhattan, New York
Your ovaries are an integral piece of the female reproductive system, since they produce the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Over their lifetime, an estimated 8 to...read more
What Type of Pelvic Pain Is Abnormal?, Manhattan, New York
Most women will have pelvic pain from time to time. Your period and other cramping can be bothersome, but how do you know when this pain is a sign of something more serious? The...read more
Paps smears are routine procedures women over the age of 21 undergo to check for cervical cancer and HPV or human papillomavirus. Though getting an abnormal Pap smear result can be u...read more
Whether you’re a new mother or a woman who has entered post menopause, you may be dealing with a condition known as uterine prolapse. With a wide range in severity, seeking treatment...read more
Uterine fibroids are muscular tumors that grow within the walls of the uterus. One or multiple fibroids can grow at a time and can be as small as apple seeds and as large a...read more
Most women can predict their menstrual cycle, as it occurs at about the same time each month and with about the same level of blood flow. However, if you’ve experienced cha...read more
Myomectomy and hysterectomy surgeries are two processes used to remove uterine fibroids. These growths develop within the uterus and can cause symptoms such as heavy menstruation&nbs...read more
It’s important to learn about women’s health issues so you can maintain your overall well-being and reduce your risk of cervical cancer and other reproductive ailments throughou...read more
If your doctor recommended gynecologic surgery, you might be curious about what the recovery process entails. While each surgeon may provide their own specific set of after...read more
Uterine prolapse is a common medical condition that impacts women of all ages. Understanding how and why it happens is helpful for treatment and prevention, especially for those with...read more
The pelvis is located at the lower part of your abdomen, in between your hips. While discomfort in this area is typical during menstruation, experiencing chronic or debilitating ...read more
A Pap smear is a fast and painless women’s wellness exam used to check for cervical cancer or cell changes that may lead to the disease. Getting an abnormal Pap smear result can be n...read more
Many women’s health issues have symptoms that can be concerning. However, a variety of common gynecologic conditions, such as uterine fibroids, are highly treatable. To bet...read more
If you or someone you love was recently diagnosed with ovarian cysts, it’s natural to have a lot of questions—and concerns—about their treatment and the resulting prognosis. Fortunat...read more
Some women’s health issues can’t be prevented; but, you can avoid bloating, discomfort, and even unplanned pregnancies by making minor lifestyle changes during menstruation. As a lea...read more
Scheduling annual well woman exams with your gynecologist is the perfect way to stay on top of your reproductive health. Regardless of your age, family history, or birth control need...read more
Uterine fibroids and polyps are non-cancerous growths that share many of the same common symptoms. Because they are so similar, it’s important to understand the differences between t...read more
The decision to get pregnant should never be taken lightly. That’s why the Women's Wellness Center of New York urges their patients to ask the right questions to remain proactive in ...read more
Whether you need an annual exam or gynecological surgery, visiting the OB-GYN can be a source of stress for many women. Finding the right doctor can go a long way in relieving the an...read more
Menopause occurs when a woman ceases to have her period for at least one year. Virtually all women experience menopause after a certain age, making it a major women’s health issue. H...read more
When it comes to women’s health issues, the effects of birth control can be a common concern. To this end, the Women's Wellness Center of New York strives to inform women about the i...read more
Whether it’s natural or induced, a woman’s body changes during menopause. As hormones fluctuate and decrease, women experience symptoms that are life changing and may cause unnecessa...read more
Safe sex remains an important women’s health issue, and one the team at Women’s Wellness Center of New York constantly emphasizes. Help yourself stay out of harm’s way by following k...read more
When your menstrual cycle is unbearable, know that there are other options. Women’s Wellness Center of New York is the region’s go-to resource and solutions center for women’s health...read more
Although menstrual cycles can vary in terms of how much bleeding a woman encounters, those who experience excessive blood loss may have a condition known as abnormal uterine bleeding...read more
Here's How To Skip Your Period Every Month It's all about which type of birth control you choose. BY LAURA STAMPLER July 5, 2017, Featuring Dr. Shirazian Article: http://www.w...read more
Read about how to prevent yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis and more in these muggy months from this article containing advice from Dr. Shirazian. http://www...read more
The cervix feels like a donut. Not everyone’s cervix is in the same position. Cervical orgasms are maybe a thing. Your cervix makes mucus. Your cervix changes throughout your c...read more
What is a hot flash? People describe the sensation as a wave of heat starting in the middle of the body or neck, which then quickly moves up to the face. The worst of it only lasts ...read more
"There are lots of methods out there," Dr. Shirazian says, "it's just about finding the method that's best for you." Check out the full article at http://www.refinery29.com/how...read more
What is an IUD? An IUD (intrauterine device) is a tiny t-shaped device that’s inserted into your uterus to prevent pregnancy. It’s long-term, completely reversible, and one of the m...read more
It is not easy being a daughter, sister, mother, or aunt;  women’s health issues can be associated with pelvic pain, uterine bleeding, and other unpleasant symptoms. Women’s Wel...read more
This past weekend Dr. Taraneh Shirazian’s nonprofit, Saving Mothers, was featured at a conference at Brown examining the evolving role of women at Brown and in the world. Dr. Sh...read more
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted approval for niraparib for some women with advanced ovarian cancer. Niraparib is one of a class of drugs known as PARP inhibitors...read more
Human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus responsible for causing genital warts and cervical cancer, is the most commonly sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. In the latest data, ...read more
The human papillomavirus is associated with genital warts and a variety of different cancers, including cervical, vaginal, vulvar, penile, anal, and oropharyngeal. Each year cervical...read more
Q: What is HPV and is it common? A: HPV, or the human papillomavirus is a sexually transmitted virus. It is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. There...read more
Women commonly use vaginal estrogen during perimenopause and menopause. If you have vasomotor symptoms (night sweats, hot flashes, and flushes), sexual dysfunction, or lower urinary ...read more
Uterine fibroids are quite common---about 20% to 80% of women will develop fibroids by their 50th birthday. Fortunately, the vast majority are benign, but some can cause serious symp...read more
Women’s long-term well-being depends on how closely they follow their doctors’ instructions in seeking help at the first sign of trouble. One potential cause for concern Women's...read more
Q: What are uterine fibroids/uterine tumors? A: Fibroids are non-cancerous (benign) growths that develop from the muscle tissue of the uterus. They are found in 70% of women. F...read more
If you’re a woman who is sexually active or over the age of 18, you should be visiting your gynecologist at least once a year. In fact, the American College of Obstetricians and Gyne...read more
For women, being healthy today requires more than just eating right and exercising. Preventing exposure to environmental toxins (such as BPA) can have a significant impact on present...read more
Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the leading form of cancer among American women. This year alone, more than 40,000 women will die from breast cancer in the U.S. In the ...read more
At its most basic, birth control is a form of pregnancy prevention. Yet, the decisions surrounding contraception are more complex. These and other women’s health issues are the focus...read more
If you are a woman living in New York City, the name in gynecology to trust is Dr. Taraneh Shirazian. This renowned doctor is part of the team at Women’s Wellness Center of New ...read more
Uterine fibroids are usually benign growths, but sometimes, they can cause pelvic pain, abnormal uterine bleeding, and general discomfort. At the Women’s Wellness Center of New York,...read more
Estrogen supplementation is needed in Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) but more data is needed to know if Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is better than Oral Contraception...read more
The Women’s Wellness Center of New York has a long history of helping women understand their own bodies. This team of diagnosticians, fibroid surgeons, and expert OB-GYNs located on ...read more
If you’re a middle-aged woman, menopause could be a topic on your mind. Whether you’ve suspected menopause could be approaching or have yet to even enter the menopause age, it’s impo...read more
Women's Wellness Center of New York is committed to providing the best women’s care services to their NYC-area patients. One of their core beliefs is that knowing your body can ...read more
As a woman, you have an intimate relationship with your cycle. You know when things are normal, and the slightest shift catches your attention. With so little clear information out...read more
Virtually every woman has or will experience pelvic pain at some point in their lives. Most cases of pelvic pain are totally benign while other cases call for medical attention. ...read more
Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Unfortunately, many women fail to recognize the symptoms of this dreadful disease. Women’s Wellness Ce...read more
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition that can cause irregular periods, surging hormones, acne, abnormal hair growth, pelvic pain, and ovarian cysts. While the cause behind this...read more
The medical professionals from Women’s Wellness Center of New York are passionate about two things: providing high-quality care to women in New York City and spreading valuable healt...read more
Ovarian cysts can vary widely in severity. Many are very small, cause minimal discomfort, and resolve on their own in a matter of months. But in more extreme cases, these cysts may r...read more
Women who have extremely draining menstrual cycles often have to put their lives on hold a few days out of every month. Though they may accept it as a way of life, a procedure c...read more
Endometriosis is a condition that affects about 1 in 10 women during their reproductive years, which is why the women’s health issues experts at Women’s Wellness Center of New Y...read more
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What can you say about a mother of two who has dedicated her life and career to caring for and saving the lives of mothers?  Yeah, wow.  This week's #standupmom is one of t...read more
Everything you want to know about fibroids, but were afraid to ask….1) Fibroids are the most common benign tumor of the uterus. Approximately 70% of women have fibroid tumors. 2) In ...read more
After the onset of puberty, women can quickly grow accustomed to uterine bleeding. Because the menstrual cycle becomes a commonplace occurrence, many individuals may not view out-of-...read more
The doctors at Women’s Wellness Center of New York are passionate about inspiring women to take control of their own health and wellness. They provide state-of-the-art treatments for...read more
Uterine fibroids are among the most common gynecological issues faced by women today. In fact, three out of four women have them at some point in their lives without even knowing it....read more