The CDC now recommends that women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or wanting to start a family get the vaccine. An OB/GYN answers your questions.
A million thoughts may swirl through a mother’s head in the hours after giving birth, ranging from when she can take her new little one home to when her next meal will be. It’s probably safe to say the last thing she’s thinking about, however, is having another baby.
As the different COVID-19 vaccines become available to more people in North Texas, you may be eager for your turn. But if you’re pregnant or currently breastfeeding, you may feel unsure. For most people, getting
Other than morning sickness, Jessica didn't have a complicated pregnancy. But When she was involved in a car accident at 26 gestational weeks, the status of Jessica’s pregnancy quickly changed.
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most common heart condition for women of child-bearing age. The medical director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Cook Children’s Medical Center shares his advice and insights about the disease as it relates to pregnancy.
There is no perfect way to be pregnant. You may cry, without warning. You may laugh, uncontrollably. You may get irritable, even with the people you love. If you are expecting, or are supporting a
Morning sickness may have been the first indicator for you that you might be pregnant. Maybe it hit you shortly after finding out you were pregnant. Or maybe you’re one of the lucky ones and
Preeclampsia may be one of the most well-known complications when it comes to pregnancy. That being said, it’s thankfully quite rare — impacting only about 5 to 8 percent of all pregnancies. But what exactly
First things first, congratulations on your pregnancy! From here on out, you’ll forever be thinking of how you can best take care of that little bundle of a joy — even when they’re grown up
At some point during your pregnancy, the need to take medicine will most likely arise. You might also want to continue taking supplements or start up new supplements while pregnant. But how will you know