Wyntrea Cunningham, OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)
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Wyntrea Cunningham

OB-GYN (Obstetrician-Gynecologist)

7707 Fannin St, Ste 110 Houston Texas, 77054


Dr. Wyntrea Cunningham is an obstetrician-gynecologist practicing in Houston, Texas. Dr. Cunningham specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, or OB-GYN, Dr. Cunningham can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and breasts. Dr Cunningham 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

Texas A&M College of Medicine MD 2013

Provider Details

Female English
Wyntrea Cunningham
Wyntrea Cunningham's Expert Contributions
  • I have brown thick discharge?

    Hello, I would make an appointment to see your gynecologist as soon as possible to have a pelvic exam. It is possible that the brown discharge is blood, but an appointment with your doctor is recommended. READ MORE

  • Messed up my birth control?

    Hello, I would recommend contacting your doctor to have a pregnancy test performed. READ MORE

  • 38 days late negative tests?

    This could be stress-related amenorrhea, it is also possible that you didn’t ovulate this month or were early pregnancy. Would recommend contacting your provider to have a pregnancy test performed in a lab that can draw your blood. READ MORE

  • Am I ready to push my water broke?

    Hello, You should proceed to the nearest hospital or hospital where you plan to deliver now for further evaluation. READ MORE

  • Could she get pregnant even if we don't have sex?

    Hello and thank you for your question. Taking the morning after pill likely lowered the chances that your partner became pregnant, but no contraception is 100% effective. If you are concerned about pregnancy, I would recommend taking a pregnancy test. READ MORE

  • Urinating?

    If your symptoms are persisting, I would recommend seeing your doctor for evaluation. READ MORE

  • UTI?

    I would refrain from intercourse while you have an active infection. READ MORE

  • Herpes outbreak?

    It is possible that he may have been exposed to herpes prior to your relationship and has antibodies to herpes but never had an outbreak until the one you describe. He may have had an outbreak even prior to the one you left mentioned. It is also possible that you have been exposed to herpes and have antibodies. The way you would assess whether or not you have antibodies is by seeing your doctor and having a blood test to look for the antibodies. You both need to determine whether or not you have antibodies. READ MORE

  • Am I pregnant?

    Hello and thank you for your question. No birth control is 100% effective, and it is possible, so I would take a pregnancy test. Your symptoms may also be related to premenstrual symptoms even though you don’t have a menstrual period. READ MORE

  • BP question?

    An elevated BP that high is considered a hypertensive emergency and you should be evaluated at your nearest ER. Uncontrolled BP is also a contraindication to taking the birth control seasonique you mentioned. You should really see a doctor today and closely monitor your BP. READ MORE

  • Will different hormones affect my birth control?


  • Do I have PID?

    Hello, Thank you for your question. I would see a gynecologist for this issue. You may have a vaginal infection that is not PID. It is also possible that you may have PID, but you would need a vaginal culture to assess your microbiome and determine what's going on there. This is where I would start. As far as skipping or missing periods, this sounds like a separate issue from the vaginal discharge that can also be worked up and addressed by your gynecologist. READ MORE

  • Drug use in pregnancy?

    It is possible, which is why it is recommended to discontinue drug use before and during pregnancy. READ MORE

  • Is it safe to not use a condom?

    Hello, Condoms protect against sexually transmitted infections and help prevent pregnancy. READ MORE

  • Feet swelling?

    Could mean anything from heart failure to pre-eclampsia. READ MORE

  • Pain after sex?

    Hello and thank you for your question. I would advise an appointment with your doctor for further evaluation of your complaint. Dr. Cunningham READ MORE

  • Should I still take prenatal vitamins after a miscarriage?

    Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, you can still take a prenatal vitamin after pregnancy loss. Prenatal vitamins are recommended for any woman of child bearing age. READ MORE

  • Is heavy regular discharge, bloating, and frequent urination a sign I could be pregnant?

    Hello and thank you for your question, Your symptoms may be because of a urinary tract infection, vaginal infection, or any number of things. Yes it is possible that you could be pregnant as well. I encourage you to seek medical care from your PCP or gynecology provider so they can evaluate your symptoms. I do hope you feel better. Dr. Cunningham READ MORE

  • Can a woman get depressed after giving birth?

    Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, women can become depressed postpartum. Postpartum depression is very real and should be taken seriously. I encourage you to speak to your OB provider as he/she can help guide you through what you are experiencing and provide resources as well. Please do not suffer in silence, there are many resources to help you. READ MORE

  • Are pregnancy symptoms different after a miscarriage?

    Pregnancy-related symptoms can occur after a miscarriage if a woman has become pregnant following a miscarriage. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Chronic VaginitisAbnormal Pap SmearAbnormal Uterine BleedingIrregular PeriodsPregnancy

Professional Memberships

  • Texas Medical Association  
  • American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology  
  • Harris County Medical Society  

Areas of research

Cervical Cancer


Wyntrea Cunningham's Practice location

7707 Fannin St, Ste 110 -
Houston, Texas 77054
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