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Is Having a Miscarriage Preventable?

One of the first questions patients who’ve experienced a miscarriage ask during a follow-up appointment with our office is, “Did I do something wrong?”  It’s a heartbreaking question and one that is very common among women who’ve miscarried. We also know that it can be a private thought, one that is presented as a small

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Five Things Women Need to Understanding About Having a Miscarriage

If you have had a miscarriage, you are not alone. However, because conversations about miscarriage can be so lacking, it may feel that way. Miscarriages are far more common than most people would guess, but because women do not always disclose that they’ve had a miscarriage, let alone talk about their feelings, it can seem

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When Pregnancy Symptoms Are No Longer “Normal”

With countless movies and TV shows using morning sickness as an indicator that a character may be pregnant, it’s just about universally known that pregnancy often comes with a fair amount of nausea and vomiting in the first trimester. Other symptoms, though, may not be as familiar or discussed quite as often. Side effects of

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Why You Need to Tell Your Doctor About a Suspected Miscarriage

At the very least, it’s important that women who suspect that they have had a miscarriage contact their doctor to let him or her know. A doctor can determine whether an office visit is necessary. This often depends on how far along the pregnancy was, your symptoms, and whether there are any other health concerns

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What to Do If You Think You’re Having a Miscarriage

If you suspect that you are having a miscarriage, there are steps you will want to take right away. The choice of visiting the nearest emergency room or your obstetrician’s office comes down to the symptoms you are experiencing. When to visit the emergency room If you experience… Heavy bleeding Clotting Dizziness Fainting When to

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PCOS 101: Symptoms, Treatment and What You Need to Know

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the presence of small cysts on women’s ovaries that cause a hormonal imbalance, which can impact menstruation and fertility. Many women with PCOS blame their symptoms on difficult periods, and can remain unaware of the condition until symptoms increase in severity or the condition impacts family planning. What are the

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