About Me
Planning to Start a Family

Three years ago, I underwent surgery to remove seven fibroids from my uterus. The largest one was the size of a baseball. Because I hadn’t started a family at this time, I was extremely apprehensive about the effects the surgery might have on my fertility. I was relieved when my gynecologist told me my ability to have children shouldn’t have been compromised by the surgery. Now, at the age of thirty-six, my husband and I are finally ready to start a family. I’ve been researching ways for women who’ve had uterine fibroids surgically removed in the past to improve their fertility chances. On this blog, you will discover the latest fertility treatments available for women who’ve underwent surgical procedures on their uteruses.


Five Things Expectant Moms Can Do To Manage Morning Sickness

13 October 2016
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One of the telltale signs of pregnancy is the nausea that arises during the first trimester. Known as morning sickness, many expectant mothers know that it can occur morning, noon, and night. If morning sickness is plaguing your pregnancy, follow these tips to help alleviate your symptoms. 1. Keep Food on the Stomach at All Times Many mothers find that having an empty stomach is just asking for their nausea to rear its ugly head. Read More …

Time For Your First Mammogram? 4 Things You Need To Know To Help You Prepare For The Procedure

8 July 2016
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If you've reached that age where it's time to have your first mammogram, you're probably a bit nervous about the experience. Maybe you've heard horror stories from women who've already had their breasts examined. The most important you should know is that every mammogram experience is different. Having said that, there are some things that are always going to be the same with every mammogram. Those are the things you need to be prepared for. Read More …

College-Aged Woman? Two Reasons Why You Should Visit The Gynecologist On An Annual Basis

28 March 2016
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If you're a college-aged woman who only goes to the gynecologist when you need a pap smear, you may want to rethink this practice.  Gynecologists do much more than perform pap smears:  They also do important screenings that can detect health issues that you may not even be aware of.  Learning more about the benefits of visiting the gynecologist annually will help you see why it's so vital for you to make time in your busy schedule for this vital appointment. Read More …

Discussing Birth Control With Your Teen

23 February 2016
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As uncomfortable as the topic might be for some parents, having a frank and honest discussion with your teenager about contraceptives is important. With the average age of first sexual experience still holding steady at 17, there's a strong argument in favor of broaching the subject well in advance of this. Contraceptives work by either creating a physical or chemical barrier that prevents an egg from being fertilized, or by preventing the egg from implanting. Read More …

OB-GYN Or Midwife? Answers To Common Questions

17 December 2015
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Your first pregnancy will likely result in a lot of questions, but few are more pressing than deciding between using an obstetrician or a midwife for your delivery. The following guide can answer some of your questions so you can make an informed decision. What is the main difference between a midwife and an OB-GYN? An OB-GYN is a medical doctor with a degree in medicine and a focus upon obstetrics and gynecology. Read More …