During the first trimester, maintaining your health and protecting your growing baby are important. Here are some tips to help you navigate the early stages of pregnancy and keep yourself and your baby healthy.
Being immunized can help keep you from contracting a serious illness, and also safeguard your unborn child if you’re pregnant or are trying to get pregnant. Find out what you need to know about vaccinations to ensure a healthy and safe pregnancy.
Changes in your menstrual cycle, especially abnormal bleeding, shouldn’t be overlooked or ignored. Seeking help is the first step to diagnosing the problem, and a specialist in women's health is your best option.
Are you starting to experience a wide range of unusual symptoms as you age? It could be early warning signs of menopause. Hormonal depletion can cause a wide range of changes in your body and affect your mind, body, and mood.
The birth of your child should be a wonderful experience. Having a detailed plan can help you enjoy the delivery of your baby without stress or misunderstandings about your wishes. Find out what to include in your own birth plan.
Painful cramps before and during your period, heavy bleeding, clotting of menstrual blood, and extreme mood swings can make several days out of every month a misery. Find out what causes your symptoms.
The COVID-19 pandemic can be frightening. You may feel even more vulnerable if you are pregnant, newly delivered or trying to get pregnant. Here’s what you need to know about your health, pregnancy, and breastfeeding during this time.
Do you want to experience the birth of your child in a natural, warm, and comforting setting? A water-birth could be just the right type of environment for you. Find out more about this simple, holistic form of childbirth.
Starting May 1st, we will begin phasing in more appointments. If you have an appointment after May 1st, you should keep it if you have a concern that needs attention. Our clinic will be fully operational for all types of appointments May 26th.
You don't need to rush out to replace your expired prescription medications. They remain safe and effective. Your pharmacy is overwhelmed right now with the high demand for medications during the cough and flu season compounded by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Doing a bit of immune-system upkeep by avoiding destructive habits and embracing some simple immune supports can go a long way towards keeping you as healthy as possible. Here are a few pointers to naturally bolster your immune system.
Your regular well woman’s exam includes an annual pelvic exam, and a Pap smear every three years. You’re probably used to the idea that no news is good news. But what happens if your doctor tells you your Pap was abnormal? Here’s what happens next.
Are you concerned about the possibility of a high risk pregnancy? Learn how you can reduce your risk of pregnancy complications and enjoy a safe, natural childbirth with the delivery of a healthy baby.
When you're suffering from the symptoms of menopause, it can help to hear two very important facts: 1) What you're experiencing is extremely common, and 2) there is a way to minimize the symptoms so you can live your life more easily.
It’s a wild time to be a parent right now. And, it's hard to navigate all the confusing information about what we can and can’t do when feeding our babies. I'll provide some answers to the conversation about breastfeeding during a pandemic.
We know you’re concerned about the COVID-19 Corona Virus.
We want to reassure you we are taking aggressive steps to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus in our clinic. Please read more details below.
As an OB/GYN for over 26 years, I’ve been curious when we as a medical community, and as a civilized culture, would recognize that a pregnant woman’s journey doesn’t simply end with the delivery of her child.
Whether it’s a sports physical or a discussion about contraception, it always includes a discussion about avoiding some of the common mistakes young college students make when living on their own; sometimes for the very first time in their life.
The the fundamentals of the act of giving birth haven’t changed for thousands of years but many changes over the past couple decades have made the process safer, less clinical and more rewarding for Mom and Dad.
Absolutely every new Mom experiences a transition in mood postpartum. The spectrum includes feeling mildly anxious and uncertain and crying “just because it feels better” to intense feelings that are prohibitive of you taking care of yourself and your baby