Obstetrics & Gynecology

Providing Comprehensive Obstetrics and Gynecology Care Through Every Stage of Life

OB/GYN Specialists

High-Quality Obstetrics and Gynecological Services

CLS Health Obstetricians and Gynecologists take a unique approach to women’s healthcare. We believe that by integrating the patient and physician, each woman can have a personalized plan for her well-being. This approach allows us to provide high-quality medical care in a compassionate, supportive, and professional environment. Services offered include examinations, diagnoses, treatments, surgeries (including Cesarean sections), and advice on family planning, contraception, pregnancy prevention and coping, cancer awareness, and more.

One of the cornerstones of our integrated approach is the relationship between patient and physician. We believe that open communication is key in providing the best possible care for our patients. By establishing a rapport with each patient, we are better able to understand their individual needs and create a treatment plan that is unique to them. This also allows us to provide support and advice on sensitive topics in a comfortable setting.

Because every woman is unique, we believe that each patient deserves a unique care plan. Our integrated approach allows us to create individualized care plans that are tailored specifically to each patient’s needs. This ensures that every woman who comes to CLS Health receives the highest quality of care possible.

Ways to Schedule an Appointment

Conditions and Treatments

Conditions Our OB/GYN Specialists Diagnose and Treat

  • Adolescent Gynecology
  • Contraceptive Counseling
  • Management of Menopause
  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  • Heavy Periods
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Pregnancy and Obstetrical Issues
  • Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis
  • PCOS and Irregular Menstrual Bleeding
  • Vulvar Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Services Our OB/GYN Specialists Offer

Obstetrics & Gynecology Services in These Locations

Webster

600 N. Kobayashi Rd.,
Ste. 308
Webster, TX 77598

Texas City

6807 Emmett F. Lowry Expwy, Ste. 306
Texas City, TX 77591

Videos

OB/GYN Specialist

Louay Zeid, MD

Louay Zeid, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecology

Galleria Clinic

Dr. Michael Baracy Jr.

Michael Baracy Jr., MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecology

Texas City Clinic, Webster Clinic

Sarah Crawford

Sarah Crawford, NP

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecology

Webster Clinic

Jihad Harmouche, MD

Jihad Harmouche, MD

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecology

Webster Clinic

Schedule An Appointment Today!

You can book appointments through our secure patient portal, or call our customer service center 281-332-3507.

When you choose to be cared for by CLS Health providers, you can have peace of mind knowing that all aspects of your care are coordinated. Using secure electronic medical records, your CLS Health primary care physicians and OB/GYN specialists will have visibility into any test results or treatment plans. This seamless integration allows us to provide comprehensive, personalized care right when you need it.

Find Out If CLS Health Is In-Network With Your Insurance

CLS Health Insurance Information

At CLS Health, we serve patients with many types of insurance coverage, offered by many different companies and entities. CLS and its providers accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most major health plans; outlined on our insurance information page. Remember to always check with your health insurance carrier regarding specific covered services. The list grows and changes frequently. If you don’t see your insurance listed or if you have any questions, please contact us.

OB/GYN FAQ

What are symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)?

The most common PCOS symptoms are missed, irregular, infrequent, or prolonged periods. Excess androgens can cause hair loss, hair in places you don’t want it (like on your face), and acne. Other symptoms include:

  • Darkened Skin or Excess skin (Skin Tags) on the Neck or in the Armpits
  • Mood Changes
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Weight Gain
What are the causes of PCOS?

Doctors don’t know all of the reasons why some women get PCOS. You might be more likely to have PCOS if your sister or mother also has it. It could also be related to problems that make your body produce too much insulin, which can affect your ovaries and their ability to ovulate (or release eggs).

How do you reach a PCOS diagnosis?

No single test can diagnose PCOS. Your doctor will start by asking about your symptoms and medical history and by doing a physical exam, and possibly a pelvic exam. They might give you blood tests to measure your hormone levels, blood sugar, and cholesterol. An ultrasound can check your ovaries for cysts, look for tumors, and measure the lining of your uterus.

What is the treatment for PCOS?

Treatment will depend on your symptoms, your age, and whether you want to become pregnant. If you’re overweight, losing a little—even 5% to 10% of your weight—can make you feel better. It also might help the way your medications work and improve your fertility. Your doctor may tell you to take the diabetes drug metformin (Glucophage) to lower insulin resistance, regulate ovulation, and help with weight loss. If you aren’t planning to get pregnant, your doctor might prescribe hormonal birth control, like the skin patch or the pill. These medications can help lower your risk of endometrial cancer, get your periods on track, clear up acne, and lessen extra body hair. If you do want to get pregnant, fertility medications can help your ovaries release eggs.