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What HPV Means for Your Reproductive Health

One of the most common questions women diagnosed with HPV have is if they can conceive and have a healthy pregnancy. If you have HPV and you’re considering having a baby, here’s what you need to know.

Oct 1st, 2019
My Pap Smear Results Were Abnormal – Now What?

Going to your regular well-woman screenings is an important way for women to stay on top of their health. Exams like the Pap test help protect you against gynecological diseases. Early detection is key to survival.

Sep 1st, 2019
How Infertility Affects Your Mental Health

The distress of infertility can send you spiraling down a tunnel of anxiety and depression. Building a healthcare team that includes your OB/GYN, along with counselors and psychotherapists, is key to helping you cope.

Jul 10th, 2019
How Can HPV Affect Your Pregnancy?

Some strains of HPV are known to increase the risk of for cervical cancer and may impact your pregnancy. It’s wise to get answers to your questions and arm yourself with knowledge about HPV and pregnancy.

May 22nd, 2019
5 STD Facts Every Woman Should Know

At some point in their lives, nearly all people will be infected with an STD. Get the facts about STDs and learn how undetected and untreated STDs can have a major impact on your health and wellness.

Apr 19th, 2019
How Do I Know if My Pregnancy is High Risk

Pregnancy is an exciting time that can sometimes feel overwhelming. Expectant mothers want to have a healthy pregnancy and delivery, and that’s entirely possible, even if your pregnancy is considered high-risk.

Feb 14th, 2019
Top 5 Surprising Causes of Infertility

Though you’ve probably spent years trying to avoid pregnancy, getting there once you’re ready may not be as easy as you think. Learn five surprising facts about infertility and what you can do that may help increase your odds of conceiving.

Nov 21st, 2018
Your Prenatal Visit Checklist: How Best to Be Prepared

Pregnancy can be exciting and a little nerve-racking at the same time. Put your mind at ease during prenatal visits by understanding what to expect and being prepared with questions. Here’s what you need to know to make the most of prenatal visits.

Oct 26th, 2018
Know the Dos and Don’ts of Exercise During Pregnancy

Exercising while pregnant can reduce your risk of premature delivery, improve your baby’s odds of achieving a normal birthweight, and help prevent gestational diabetes and other complications. But there are a few dos and don’ts to consider.

Jul 5th, 2018
How a Pap Smear Can Save Your Life

It’s a test that’s been around seemingly forever, one that many women would admittedly avoid if they could. Read on to find out more about the Pap smear and why your doctor continues to recommend it as a potentially life-saving test.

Jun 27th, 2018
What is Unexplained Infertility?

There are many causes of infertility, including health conditions in women and men. But for some couples, medical testing can’t pinpoint a definitive cause. Here’s what you need to know about unexplained infertility.

May 25th, 2018
Why is Melasma Common During Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is an exciting and exhilarating time for you, but now you’re seeing unsightly dark spots on your face, neck, or arms, diagnosed as melasma. It’s not dangerous to you or your baby — and there are solutions to help clear these spots.

Dec 31st, 2018
How to Lower Your Chances of Having a High-Risk Pregnancy

Certain medical conditions, lifestyle choices, and even your age can nudge your pregnancy into the high-risk zone. There’s much you can do, however, to decrease your risks and improve your odds of experiencing a healthy pregnancy and delivery.

Sep 12th, 2018
How Much Weight Should You Gain During Pregnancy?

As much as you might like to indulge, you don’t really get to eat for two when you’re pregnant. Still, the amount of weight you gain during pregnancy is important. Find out how much you should gain and why – and what you can do to stay in the zone.

Aug 7th, 2018
Six Things You Didn’t Know About PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is more common than you think, affecting 10% of women in the United States. PCOS can cause a wide variety of symptoms and have serious effects on your physical, emotional, and reproductive health.

Nov 17th, 2017
10 Tips for Preparing Your Body for Pregnancy

If you’ve decided the time is right to start trying to conceive, you’ll want to take steps to ensure your body is ready for pregnancy. We promote a healthy pregnancy and baby by encouraging a few lifestyle changes to help you on your way.

Oct 13th, 2017
What Every Sexually Active Woman Should Know About STDs

If you’re sexually active, it’s a good idea for women of all ages to receive regular screenings. Treatment is much easier and more successful when we catch an STD is in its early phases before you experience any complications.

Oct 5th, 2017
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