It seems like every so often we hear or read about a woman not knowing she was pregnant and unexpectantly giving birth. An ob/gyn discusses how it’s possible.
A healthy mom often means a healthy baby. But according to one study, the number of pregnant moms with chronic high blood pressure is on the rise.
An FDA warning sheds light on questioning if herbal health products and supplements are safe for pregnant women. An ob/gyn discusses what it means.
Your pre-pregnancy and pregnancy weight can have an impact on your child’s risk for becoming obese.
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Heart disease is the leading cause of maternal mortality in the U.S. today — but it doesn’t have to be. Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Dr. Jeff Chapa explains how women can minimize their risk.
A recent study shows that mothers who did not stay within the recommended guidelines for weight gain during pregnancy had a higher risk of health problems for herself and her baby,
Do you have complex congenital heart disease (CHD)? If you always wanted to have a baby but were afraid of the risk, there’s good news.