Exploring Nitrous Oxide as Pain Relief Management

The realm of women’s health has witnessed remarkable advancements in the field of minimally invasive procedures. As medical technology evolves, so does the need for effective pain relief management during these interventions. Nitrous oxide, commonly referred to as “laughing gas,” is emerging as a valuable ally in enhancing patient comfort during minimally invasive women’s health … Continued

How to Boost Breast Milk Supply During Your Menstrual Cycle

For nursing mothers, maintaining an adequate breast milk supply is crucial for their baby’s growth and well-being. However, many women experience fluctuations in milk production during their menstrual cycle. Hormonal changes that occur during menstruation can affect breast milk supply, leading to concerns for some moms. In this blog post, we’ll explore how your period … Continued

Cord Blood Awareness Month: What It Is and How It Can Help You

Medical advancements have significantly transformed the way we approach healthcare. One of the greatest breakthroughs lies in utilization of cord blood. Cord blood, rich in life-saving stem cells, holds immense potential in treating a wide range of diseases and disorders. Despite its remarkable therapeutic possibilities, cord blood remains an untapped resource for many families. As … Continued

Understanding Gestational Diabetes: FAQs and Insights

Curious about gestational diabetes and how it can impact you and your baby? We’re here to provide you with valuable insights and answer common questions surrounding gestational diabetes. It’s important to understand this condition as an expectant mother, as it can have significant implications during pregnancy and beyond. From exploring risk factors and diagnosis to … Continued

Do I Need to Get Tested for the BRCA Gene?

Nearly everyone knows someone who has or has had breast cancer in their lifetime. The disease doesn’t discriminate between genders — anyone can be diagnosed. Every 1 in 500 women get diagnosed with the BRCA gene, the genetic mutation that causes breast cancer. In this month’s blog, we turn the tables on the BRCA gene … Continued

What You Need to Know About Menopause

Menopause is a normal stage in every woman’s life when her monthly period comes to a stop. This happens when a woman’s ovaries stop producing eggs, therefore making her unlikely to go through pregnancy. Typically, this occurs at age 46 to 53, but it is also normal to start this chapter of your life a … Continued

Postpartum Depression: What You Need to Know

Childbirth can trigger so many emotions, from joy and excitement to overwhelming anxiety and even depression. In fact, Postpartum Depression, or PPD, affects 1 in 8 women. WHAT IS PPD? Postpartum Depression, also known as the ‘baby blues,’ is common after childbirth. The fluctuation of hormones causes new moms’ brains to go awry. After birth, … Continued

Sex During Pregnancy: What You Need to Know

Let’s talk about sex. Sex is a part of most healthy, loving relationships. Depending on where you are in your pregnancy, your eyes could light up at the sound of it or it could sound like the very last thing you want to do. Read ahead to learn more about getting intimate during your three … Continued

5 Healthy Habits to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

Cancer: a bone-chilling word for everyone. This month, we sat down with Dr. Dani Steininger to talk about how we can reduce our breast cancer risk for all genders — that’s right, men can get breast cancer too, unfortunately. The small things you do today can help your long-term goals for later in life. Although … Continued

Nutritional Needs During Your Pregnancy

Growing a healthy baby starts with a healthy mom. After conception, moms-to-be need to set themselves a higher nutritional standard than before. It may be tough to eat healthy as morning sickness and tiredness are common symptoms of pregnancy. When nutritional goals aren’t reached from food, vitamins can be the guiding light. Keep reading to … Continued

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