Dr. William Jamieson is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Cincinnati, OH. Dr. Jamieson specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, or OB-GYN, Dr. Jamieson can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and breasts. Dr Jamieson can also treat women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the postpartum period. In this specialty, doctors focus on reproductive care from puberty through adulthood.
Education and Training
Oh State Univ Coll of Med, Columbus Oh 1973
Obstetrics and GynecologyAmerican Board of Obstetrics and GynecologyABOG
Dr. William Malcolm Jamieson MD's Expert Contributions
Endometrial Ablation Offers Freedom from Pain and AnxietyWomen's uterine health problems often remain a mystery to them while their doctors grapple with treatment options. Too often, patients' choices may seem limited and doctors may be unaware of alternative methods. However, innovative practices...
Hormone Replacement Therapy is most often used for menopause. Typical symptoms of menopause may include hot flashes, vaginal dryness, low libido, weight gain, irritability, moodiness and sleep disturbances. Yet any woman who has experienced endometriosis, PMS, weight gain, low libido or...
Yes tampons are very safe and convenient. Just be sure to change them every 4 to 8 hours to avoid the very rare bacterial condition known as toxic shock syndrome characterized by a rash and fever. READ MORE
During foreplay and during intercourse, the female genitalia including the vagina become engorged with blood. When you add the friction of intercourse to this sensitive environment, it very often leaves a woman feeling heavy and sore. READ MORE
There is no way to prevent another ectopic pregnancy. You are definitely high risk for another ectopic. You should consider in vitro fertilization. READ MORE
Most likely you have a common yeast infection. Consult your gynecologist. READ MORE
No more than 600mg per day READ MORE
You most likely have developed a uterine fibroid which occurre in approximately 20% of women as they age. These benign rumors often cause heavy periods. Ask your gynecologist for an ultrasound to confirm this diagnosis. READ MORE
Definitely consult your gynecologist. You may have some retained placental tissue in your uterus. READ MORE
I am 6 months pregnant and I am suffering from a viral infection. Will the antibiotics have any impact on my baby?
You never need antibiotics for a viral infection -only for a culture proven bacterial infection. Some antibiotics can have an adverse impact on your baby. READ MORE
You are correct in your assumption that it may take you more time to conceive than friends that have regular cycles. The good news is that when you are ready to get pregnant, there are many medications that can regulate your periods and help you to conceive. READ MORE
Definitely consult your gynecologist as soon as possible. You need a pelvic exam as well as probably some blood work an an ultrasound. The pain could be anything from a simple ovarian cyst to a possible ectopic pregnancy. Don't delay! READ MORE
It's called mitellschmertz which is experienced by about 10% of women midcycle. Nothing to be considered. It is simply the release of a egg that hasn't been yet fertilized. READ MORE
Implantation bleeding is from an impregnated embryo burrowing into the uterus. It is usually lighter and in the middle of a normal menstrual cycle. Period bleeding is usually heavier. If there's no possibility of pregnancy then it isn't implantation bleeding. READ MORE
First repeat your pregnancy test in 48 hours and if it is still negative then there are many reasons that you are late including stress, medications and weight loss. Very rarely it could be sign of early menopause. READ MORE
Complete bed rest is impossible but it does mean as much as logistically possible considering bathroom and meals. It really is saying "slow down"and rest as much as possible. Recline on your left side as much as possible which will increase the blood supply to your baby. READ MORE
Spina bifida should not have any affect on your husband's fertility. READ MORE
Simply put it is a stitch that is put in the cervix surgically to keep it from opening up too early in the pregnancy. It is usually performed in the second trimester. READ MORE
Not uncommon for a woman to be constipated in the last half of her menstrual cycle, when her progesterone levels are highest. Progesterone causes the bowels to relax and become less contracting. Drink more liquids and eat more fiber in this time of your menstrual cycle. READ MORE
It probably is the result of the little brush that is used to scrap the inside of the cervix and is nothing to worry about. Just make sure that you know the result of the pap test. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Associate professor University of Cincinnati 1989 - 2017
- University Hosp, Inc, Obstetrics And Gynecology
Dr. William Malcolm Jamieson MD's Practice location
Cincinnati, OH 45219 Get Direction
Mason, OH 45040 Get Direction
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- When Does Vaginitis Normally Occur?
Also referred as vulvovaginitis or vaginal infection, vaginitis is the inflammation of the vagina. It can occur at any time in a woman’s life. The condition can lead to pain, itching, and unusual vaginal discharge, which are mostly accompanied with a vulva infection or irritation. Some women may...
- What Are the Symptoms and Treatments for Preeclampsia?
Preeclampsia is a condition characterized by high blood pressure and the presence of excess protein in urine in women during the second half of pregnancy. If left undiagnosed and untreated, it may lead to a very serious condition called eclampsia. Eclampsia is risky to the baby and the mother, and...
- Hair Loss After Pregnancy
IntroductionMost women notice having a thicker hair during pregnancy. However, it can totally be the opposite after giving birth. After pregnancy, they may notice frequent hair fall or hair loss. This scenario is quite common for most women during and after pregnancy. Continue reading below to...
- How Retaining One Normal BRCA Gene Influences Survival in Ovarian Cancer Patients
The National Cancer Institute reports that around 250,000 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and about 22,000 with ovarian cancer. While the survival rate among patients with breast cancer is significantly higher compared to ovarian cancer – the NCI reports about 40,000 of the...
- Treatments for Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a serious condition that, unfortunately, has no known cure. This condition is difficult to treat and the treatments usually aim to ease the symptoms. Usually, the treatments are given for the following reasons:Pain relief, most often your doctor would prescribe a series of pain...
- Understanding a Breast Cancer Biopsy Report
When a physician suspects that a patient may have breast cancer, they will likely call for a biopsy to be done in order to make an exact diagnosis and begin the prognosis stage. In order to do a biopsy tissue, cells, or lumps must be removed from the breast and sent to the lab in order to be tested....
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