Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful experiences for a woman. Nurturing and taking care of a life growing inside you is truly extraordinary. As time goes by and when the last few days of pregnancy are near, the excitement level is high.
At about 40 weeks, a pregnancy is at full-term. If a baby is born before 37 weeks of...Continue reading
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common health condition in women that affects the reproductive hormones. One of the common symptoms is an irregular period or lack of menstruation. PCOS can be managed with the help of your OBGYN and by implementing healthy habits. Diet and lifestyle choices can greatly affect PCOS and the symptoms...Continue reading
If you are trying to conceive or are already pregnant, it is very important to monitor your weight. This is not only crucial for a healthy pregnancy, but also for you and your baby’s long term health.
It is imperative that you discuss your weight concerns with your gynecologist before you get pregnant, and start your...Continue reading
The most common cancer type in women is breast cancer. Every year, 13,000 women below the age of 40 are diagnosed with breast cancer, contributing to 7% of overall breast...Continue reading
It is a common belief that if you had a cesarean delivery before and you are pregnant again, then c-sections are the only option. As a result, the repeat rate of cesareans in America is over 90%.
The fact is, a VBAC is possible and can be safe with the guidance and care of your OB/GYN. Following are a few myths and facts...Continue reading
It is important to find a gynecologist who can understand you well and can help you navigate through your health concerns. From painful periods to issues related to the reproductive system, you can share all this and much more with your gynecologist. Even if you think you are healthy, it is important to get routine examinations for...Continue reading
Mostly, women have a good understanding of what they should and should not do during pregnancy, including eating a healthy diet, quitting drinking and smoking, and taking prenatal vitamins. However, if you have decided to conceive, preparation is important. Preconception planning will help increase your chances of a healthy...Continue reading
Sometimes, women may feel uncomfortable talking about their sexual habits, physical changes, periods, and health issues with their gynecologist. However, it is important to provide complete information about yourself to your gynecologist to get the required care and treatment. If symptoms and conditions are detected early, they can be...Continue reading
With the coronavirus rapidly impacting the world, pregnant women might have concerns for themselves and their babies about the care and advice they should follow. However, being informed about the current situation and preparedness to fight coronavirus are the best ways to stay safe and healthy.
With the coronavirus...Continue reading