While they’re not your therapist, an OB-GYN has a great medical impact on your health, comfort-level, everyday happiness and reproductive longevity. Their advice can help shape your contraception decisions and the choices you make surrounding family planning. They can also spot potentially life-threatening illnesses or diseases before they become dangerous. That’s exactly why having an […]
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Article Source: OBGYN News Vaccination against the flu is on an upswing in the United States, with more than half of eligible children receiving the vaccine last year, but it’s important to keep the momentum going and encourage early vaccination this season, according to a panel of health care professionals. “Don’t hesitate, vaccinate,” said Dr. […]
John P. Geisler, MD, and Hahn Cottrell, MD, discuss their research that found skipping straight to in vitro fertilization was the most cost-effective route to having a baby in patients with unexplained infertility.
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The stars of the hit TV show “The Doctors” said during a recent broadcast that 87 percent of pregnant women do not wear seatbelts correctly in the car, either because they are uncomfortable or don’t want to harm their unborn babies. Enter the Pixie Harness, a strange-looking contraption that goes over the shoulders of the […]
Most women should be screened for cervical cancer no more often than once every three to five years, according to new guidelines issued today by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (The College). In addition to extending the interval between Pap tests, co-testing with the Pap test and the human papillomavirus (HPV) test is […]
Preventing flu when you’re pregnant is an essential element of prenatal care, and the best way to do that is to get your annual flu shot. Seasonal influenza is a virus that spreads easily and is most common in the US between October and May, often peaking in February.