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Care as Unique as You

The OB/GYN providers at Southwest Health specialize in providing comprehensive care to patients of all ages, covering a wide range of needs from routine check-ups to specialized treatments. If you’re looking for a trusted provider who truly cares about your well-being, schedule your next appointment at Southwest Health. Read more about different areas an OB/GYN can help you feel your best.

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Platteville Clinic

Mon – Fri

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

1450 Eastside Road, Platteville, WI
(2nd Entrance)
(608) 348-3656

Darlington Clinic


8:00 am – 5:00 pm

133 Performance Drive, Darlington, WI
(608) 776-4413


Understanding Bladder Health

As people age our muscles become weaker and our bodies don’t behave the same way they used to. Many women suffer from bladder issues. But the good news is there’s something to be done! The OB/GYN providers at Southwest Health have a variety of treatment options available to improve or even cure your bladder issues. Click here for more information about bladder health

Talking about Fertility

Women who are having difficulty getting pregnant may wonder if something is wrong. A typical starting point for a fertility evaluation is when a woman has not gotten pregnant after one year of trying. For women over 35, it’s typically considered evaluation after six months of trying. And for women with very irregular periods, evaluation can be done at any time. More information about fertility can be read here.

Understanding Menopause

Menopause is the natural change in ovarian function. One of the most obvious symptoms of the menopause is hot flashes. Women may also experience issues like irregular bleeding, changes in libido, questions about bone and heart health, and more. Click here to read topics to answer your biggest questions.

Experiencing Pain

There are a number of reasons why women experience pain or discomfort “down there.” Some of the reasons are common and harmless, others are ways of your body trying to tell you that there is something bigger going on. If you are suffering from uterine, abdominal, or vaginal pain then click here to read about resources for your common questions.