If pregnancy has made you miserable, you might be considering calming your belly or nerves with marijuana. After all, it’s legal in many places, so that must mean it’s safe, right? Dr. Rebecca Russell, Ob/Gyn, explains why pot is never safe to use in pregnancy.
One of the best things you can do during pregnancy is continue to work out. An ob/gyn and physical therapist share things to keep in mind to keep you safe.
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.
Is there a window of time that you should wait to conceive after you’ve stopped taking birth control? An Ob/Gyn clears up the rumor.
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Alcohol use during pregnancy is linked to miscarriage, stillbirth and developmental problems. Yet 1 in 9 U.S. women report drinking during pregnancy.
Your little bundle has way overstayed his or her welcome. Find out how a Foley bulb induction can get labor going — and when you may want to consider this nondrug method to induce labor.
Excess weight may be the reason you’re having trouble getting pregnant. Learn why being overweight can prevent ovulation and how losing weight before pregnancy can increase fertility and your odds for a healthy pregnancy.
PCOS may be common, but it is also treatable. Our Ob/Gyn explains what help is available if you’re looking to start (or add to) a family.
Don’t rely on folklore to decide if you’re in early pregnancy. We’ve got five pregnancy symptoms you should watch out for, plus some tips for keeping you and your baby healthy (even before you conceive).
Are you considering water labor? A nurse midwife discusses who is and isn’t a good candidate and what to expect.