Doxycyclyne is an effective antibacterial drug administered to treat bacterial inflammations and infections in various parts of the body. The drug is safe, however it must be administered with great caution to various groups of patients. There are certain risk groups of patients. It is recommended to consult health care provider to get individual recommendations and precautions. Who must take Doxycyclyne with caution Patients with allergy If you have previously had a case of allergic response to any kind of drug (oral, topical, intravenous), then you must not take Doxycyclyne IN without your doctor's recommendations. If you still dare try Doxycyclyne without consulting your doctor, please, take the minimal dosage available and track your condition for the next 24 hours. Elderly patients There are not special restrictions for geriatric patients, however elderly people may develop age related conditions which can contraindicate Doxycyclyne treatment. Such conditions are kidneys and liver failure or poor functioning as this can lead to the accumulation of the drug in the body and to overdose a patient. Pregnancy Doxycyclyne affects unborn babies and causes birth defects. Women planning pregnancy, being pregnant or breastfeeding must not take Doxycyclyne under any condition. The drug belongs to the risk group D and is forbidden during pregnancy.

About Us

Our team of women providers have decades of experience in caring for women through every stage of life. To learn more about each of them please read their introductions below:

Kerrin "KC" Dunn, MD, PhD, FACOG
Cindy McGlothlen, RN, MSN, ARNP
Kayla Stinson, RN, MSN, ARNP

Kerrin “KC” Dunn, MD, PhD, FACOG

Kerrin C. "KC" Dunn, MD, PhD, FACOG - Georgetown, INBoard-Certified: American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology
Fellow: American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
Residency: Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Louisville
MD: University of California, Davis
PhD: Endocrinology, University of California, Davis

Giving you the reliable care you need.

“My patients have taught me so many important things about being a doctor that I never learned in medical school. Over the years, I’ve come to realize how much the women in my care depend on me during the most important times of their lives.

“If you’re pregnant or dealing with a serious health problem, I’m here not just to provide medical care but to give you my personal support and reassurance. I’ll give you my cell phone number and prioritize my schedule so I can be here when you need me. It takes time and careful planning in my own life, but I wouldn’t practice any other way.”

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Advanced treatment options are easier on you.

“Thanks to advancements in women’s medicine, it’s easier than ever to take care of problems like heavy bleeding and pelvic pain. My background includes extensive training in minimally invasive procedures that are safe and effective. These surgeries almost always result in a quicker, more comfortable recovery because there are no long abdominal incisions involved.

“I’m proud of our team and glad we are able to give the women in our community this high level of care.”

Cindy McGlothlen, RN, MSN, ARNP

Cindy McGlothlen, RN, MSN, ARNP  - Georgetown, INNCC Board-Certified: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
MS: Nursing, University of Louisville
BS: Nursing, University of South Florida

Making a difference in your health & quality of life.

“My father was a doctor and I remember going with him to visit patients in the hospital when I was a little girl. Those experiences inspired me and I knew early on that I wanted to spend my life caring for others. I’ve been in the nursing profession for over 35 years, many of those as an advanced nurse practitioner focused on women’s health.

“I provide everything from preventive care to obstetrics and help for women struggling with chronic pelvic pain. No matter what brings you to see me, I’ll give you the time and personal attention you need from your healthcare provider.

“As a nurse practitioner, I see women with different needs every day, which I enjoy. One thing never changes, though... I end each day feeling that I’ve made a real difference in my patients’ lives, and that’s why I became a nurse in the first place.”

Kayla Stinson, RN, MSN, ARNP

Kayla StinsonRNNCC Board-Certified: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Board-Certified: Family Nurse Practitioner, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
MS: Nursing, University of Louisville
BS: Nursing, Murray State University

Caring for patients as if they are members of my own family.

“I have always been interested in healthcare. As a teenager I volunteered at my local hospital and nursing home where I visited patients weekly. I worked as a CNA (certified nurse assistant) while earning my RN. Then, as an RN, I wanted to do more for my patients, so I became a nurse practitioner. “As an NP, I have the opportunity to teach my patients about their conditions, medications and treatments. It’s important for patients to understand these things and learn how to keep themselves healthy.
“I take time to listen to the patient’s concerns and answer all their questions. I want patients to feel comfortable discussing their problems, and confident that they are receiving the best ob/gyn care. I truly care about each patient and treat them the way I would treat my own family members.”

We look forward to meeting your healthcare needs with the compassion and personal attention you deserve. Call Women’s Healthcare of Southern Indiana at 812.923.6200 or fill out our online Book an Appointment form to schedule your appointment.