After I found out that I was pregnant, I decided to focus on finding an excellent prenatal care. I started looking for an OBGYN who could help me with the kind of care that I needed, but it was overwhelming at first. I was nervous that I would choose the wrong provider and that it would complicate my pregnancy, but I was able to find a great doctor who could help me along the way. He walked me through prenatal care requirements, and it was really fantastic to see the difference that it made in my life. This blog is here to help other people to understand prenatal care.
14 June 2021
Most people aren't exactly excited to go see the gynecologist. It's not like you look forward to spending an afternoon with your legs in stirrups. But feeling overly anxious or embarrassed about seeing the gynecologist isn't a good thing either. If you are feeling this way, here are a few steps you can take to help ease your worries and anxiety. See a female gynecologist, if possible There are plenty of amazing male gynecologists who are very professional and very knowledgeable about their work.
10 December 2019
If you've been diagnosed with endometriosis, chances are you already know that it's responsible for a lot of pelvic pain during your period. But maybe you're unclear on why a simple bit of extra tissue can cause such a problem. If this sounds like you, then check out this simple guide to discover why it's such a problem for women all over the world. What it Is Endometriosis is, essentially, a bit of tissue that exists where it shouldn't.
15 November 2019
If there is one thing every pregnant woman needs, it's sleep. However, restful sleep isn't always easy to achieve. Learn about some of the things that could keep you from sleeping better at night. 1. Dietary Concerns All women respond differently to the hormonal changes that pregnancy causes within their bodies, especially when it comes to food. While someone woman can enjoy spicy wings without any worry, for some woman, a bowl of salad greens sends their stomach into knots.
9 December 2018
Yes, you have to make an appointment with your gynecologist. Don't get worried about making that appointment. Consider it as a necessary health check, which is a very important part of your body's wellness program. The questions you'll be asking your gynecologist are an integral part of your health care planning. So, don't be embarrassed at all about vital information you must share with your gynecologist that will help you to keep your reproductive organ, your rectum, and pelvic area healthy.
11 July 2017
Taking time annually to visit your gynecologist may not be something you look forward to doing, but is essential for your health. Having a pap smear completed each year is the most efficient way to detect any issues at the earliest stages. Many women dread having this simple procedure completed even though the discomfort is mild. Being aware of tips that can allow you to get the most from your pap smear screening is sure to be helpful to you.