Women’s Health

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Little River Healthcare empowers Women with the medical care they deserve.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of a gynecological ailment, we know the frustration you feel. We get it. You feel uncomfortable; you may even feel broken. We’re here to help.
Click the green “Schedule Now” button to book your appointment online. Or peruse the map to the right for office locations and phone numbers.


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Women’s Centers

King’s Daughters Clinic – Harker Heights Women’s Center
2025 Memory Lane
Harker Heights, TX 76548
Phone: (254) 220-4833
Women’s Health ObGyn Doctors for Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen, and Lampasas.

King’s Daughters Clinic – Temple Women’s Center
1713 SW HK Dodgen Loop
Temple, TX 76502
Phone: (254) 298-2600
Women’s Health ObGyn Doctors for Temple, Belton, and Waco.

Cameron Medical Clinic
708 N Crockett Ave.
Cameron, TX 76520
Phone: (254) 697-6554
Women’s Health ObGyn Doctors for Cameron, Rogers, Buckholts, Rosebud, and Lott.

Rockdale Family Care Center
1700 Brazos Ave., Suite A
Rockdale, TX 76567
Phone: (512) 446-4545
Women’s Health ObGyn Doctors for Rockdale, Taylor, Milano, Hearne, Gause, Lexington, and all of Milam County.


Click on any Cameron/Rockdale Women’s Health provider below to check out their full bio. Click here to book an appointment online.


• Dysmenorrhea
• Endometriosis
• Fibroids
• Herpes
• Hirsutism
• Incontinence
• Infertility
• Irregular Menstruation
• Mammography
• Mastitis
• Menopause
• Ovarian Cysts
• Ovarian Cancer
• Pelvic Dysfunction
• Pregnancy
• Prolapse
• STDs
• Urinary Tract Infection
• Yeast Infection
• Vaginitis


If you suffer from any of the symptoms below, you may need to visit an Ob/Gyn.Click here to book an appointment online.

■ Pelvic Discomfort
■ Abnormal Bleeding
■ Abdominal Tenderness
■ Pain During Intercourse
■ Passing Blood Clots
■ Pain when Urinating
■ Irregular Periods
■ Bleeding After Intercourse
■ Spotting After Menopause
■ Swelling or Bloating
■ Difficulty Urinating
■ Sudden Need to Urinate
■ Irregular Periods
■ Back Pain
■ Infertility
■ Frequent UTIs
■ Pelvic Pressure
■ Abdominal Cramps


• Practice Monogomy
• Get Frequent Pap Screenings
• Stop Smoking
• Get Vaccinated
• Don’t Delay Childbearing
• Practice Good Hygiene
• Know Your Family History
• Maintain a Healthy Weight


Most common gynecological problems occur as a result of existing medical conditions, genetic predisposition, certain medications or procedures, injury, or growing older in age.
The following factors may create a heightened risk of developing problematic gynecological conditions:
• Female Aged 50 or Older
• Family History
• Obesity
• Diabetes
• Hypertension
• Late Menopause
• Tamoxifen
• Lack of Pap Screenings
• Multiple Sex Partners
• Intercourse Before Age 16
• Smoke Cigarettes
• High-Fat Diet
• Pregnancy After Age 35
• Menstruating Before Age 12
• Hypothyroidism
• Irregular Periods
• Clomiphene
• Never Giving Birth
• Antibiotics
• Increased Estrogen Levels
• Sexual Activity
• Autoimmune Diseases