Meet Magnolia

A forward-thinking boutique gynecology office in a warm, modern environment.

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GYN + Wellness

A whole-person approach to evidence-based care. Virtual or in-clinic consultations.

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Time for You

Unhurried, longer appointments with less wait time.  Efficient, experienced care.

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Meet the doctor

Dr. Alexandria Reyes

As the founder of the practice, Dr. Reyes had a vision to re-imagine the way medical care is delivered by enabling patient-friendly...

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Gynecologic Consultation
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A problem visit to address acute gynecologic concerns.

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Annual  Wellness Exam
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A well visit for breast exam, pelvic exam, and a pap smear if indicated.

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Gynecologic consultation
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A gynecologic problem visit via telemedicine.

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"Dr. Alexandria Reyes has been my doctor for the last seven years. She is a kind doctor who listens carefully to my problems and takes the time to carefully consider my concerns. She is calm and caring and has always made me feel comfortable. I cannot recommend her enough."

Olivia

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"Dr. Alexandria Reyes has been my doctor for the last seven years. She is a kind doctor who listens carefully to my problems and takes the time to carefully consider my concerns. She is calm and caring and has always made me feel comfortable. I cannot recommend her enough."

Olivia

"Dr. Reyes exemplifies the consummate physician. She has incredible bedside manner, boundless clinical knowledge, a gentle touch and a relatability that is essential in women’s care. She will always be my doctor!"

Amelia

"Dr Reyes is an amazing gynecologist. She was able to present me with all of my options for treating my excessive bleeding. We were able to do some procedures in the office and some needed to be done at the hospital, and I trusted her decisions completely when unforeseen complications arose . I appreciate her expertise and her amazing bedside manner. I would highly recommend her to anyone!"

Violet

"Dr. Reyes was very attentive, empathetic and knowledgeable. She very much supported me when I desired a vaginal birth after I had initially had a cesarean years prior. Baby Chris was born naturally. He’s a wonderful little boy. Enormous thanks to Dr. Reyes."

Briana

"I’ve recommended Dr Reyes to multiple friends, and I have seen her for years. After struggling with significant postpartum issues and trying to conceive for many months, Dr Reyes truly listened to my concerns and diagnosed a thyroid disorder. It’s since been addressed and I’m feeling remarkably better. As a nurse and a patient, I can also attest that she is also an exceptional surgeon."

Susan

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Supplements

Our philosophy is to use supplements and vitamins for specific health issues and fill in the gaps of commonly deficient nutrients, in addition to a whole-food plant-based diet.  Trying to conceive?  Menopausal symptom support?  We’ve got you covered.

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Lifestyle & considering pregnancy

We spend most of our teens and adult life, listening to information about how NOT to get pregnant. So, now, you’ve made the decision to try to conceive. You’ve heard time and age reduces your fertility. That part you can’t control. Here’s what you can control, to hopefully promote a health pregnancy.Healthy lifestyle choices are a modifiable thing you can do, starting now. I don’t recommend you do them all at once, but take it day by day, week by week, and slowly but surely, you’ll have modified everything within your reach.Preconception visits are great because we can go through the following in detail, and understand where you need improvement, with your specific medical history.‍Stop smoking, and/or any drugs. Smoking causes the placenta to not function well. It can cause growth problems with your baby. It also decreases your egg quality and quantity, negatively affecting fertility. Ilicit drugs can cause even worse consequences, like neonatal withdrawal from the substance after birth, placental dysfunction, and even stillbirth.Achieve a healthy weight. Nutrition should focus on whole fruits, vegetables, lean proteins. A Plant-based diet is preferable, but not required and if you eat in this way, there is even some data that suggests elimination of red meat can increase your fertility. Decrease sweets, sugary sodas, desserts, chips, and keep to minimum.Exercising is a great way to increase metabolism, calorie burn, increase lean muscle mass and reduce stress. Moving your body intentionally for 55 minutes, at least 3 times per week sets you up for success prior to and during pregnancy. Clinical research has shown that women who exercise during pregnancy and start pregnancy at an optimal weight, have improved pregnancy outcomes, including for both baby and mom. They also do better in labor.Make a preconception consult 2-3 months prior to trying to conceive, with your OBGYN. In some cases, discussion is needed with a high risk OB specialist, or Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist. Any history of previous adverse pregnancy outcomes, and health history in either yourself or a previous child should be discussed to modify and optimize health where possible.Start prenatal vitamins with DHA. Start 3 months before stopping birth control, or trying to conceive. If you do not use birth control, it is not a bad idea to just use prenatal vitamins in the case of an unexpected pregnancy to prevent birth defects. DHA is great for mom, but is also beneficial to baby’s brain health.Decrease alcohol intake. An occasional glass of wine or drink, is okay while trying to conceive, but excessive binge-drinking has adverse health effects and does need to stop while trying and altogether while pregnant.Preconception labs can also be done, not to check fertility necessarily, but to test for and identify modifiable issues with your health that deserve optimization prior to pregnancy.Preparing for conception can be a little bit scary, but with a visit to discuss it ahead of time, it can really ease your concerns and your mind. So, bring your questions!‍**None of the above is to be taken as personal medical device. Book a consult with Dr. Reyes to establish a patient-physician relationship.‍

Endometriosis

Your period should still allow you to go about your life. If you are… Missing school or work, vomiting, having such severe pain that you can’t alleviate with usual over the counter medications, going to the emergency room for pain or heavy flow, having deep penetrative pain with sex, painful bowel movements, pelvic pain between your periods, you may have endometriosis. The above are how many endometriosis patients present. Some have suffered for years. Some have found great relief with oral contraceptives or other medication. Some have surgery. Some suffer from infertility. The best thing to do is to keep looking for answers, finding a gynecologist who can diagnose and treat you. THE ABOVE IS NOT NORMAL. Be patient, as endometriosis patients go to several doctors sometimes before finding the answer. Stick with your doctor once you find her, and sometimes it takes more than one treatment to find it. Endometriosis is hereditary. If your sister or mom has it, it is high likelihood that you could too. It is suspected when patients have painful periods, painful intercourse with deep penetration, and painful bowel movements. This is what we call clinical endometriosis, or endometriosis that has not been proven surgically. To be sure, although not always necessary, laparoscopy is done for surgical diagnosis. This means a camera or laparoscope is inserted at the belly button, and the pelvis and abdomen is surveyed to determine the cause of pelvic pain for the patient. It is a disease where endometrium (the lining that sheds with your period) which should live inside the uterus, is also outside of the uterus, in the pelvis. Laparoscopy is the only way to see INSIDE the pelvis. The goals of surgery are to diagnose and, if present, treat endometriosis. It is a chronic condition that until menopause can continue to cause pain. This is because until the natural decline in hormones (menopause), it is fed by our natural hormones. Generally, medication to block those hormones are needed, or even used without or prior to surgery, if not conceiving. Hormonal contraceptives, or other types of hormone blocking medications such as Lupron or Orilissa are often used. If you have been suffering, it is time to see us. Find answers. What questions do you have about endometriosis ?