Are you having irregular periods in your 40s? Is it perimenopause or something else? Learn what perimenopause is, what it feels like, and how you can treat the symptoms.
Do your food cravings mean anything? Why can’t you eat your favorite deli sandwich anymore? Are you following the right pregnancy diet? Dr. Sarah Yanke dishes out the latest food and nutrition advice for pregnant women.
You can—and should—stay active while you’re pregnant. Exercising during pregnancy has many wonderful benefits for you and your baby. It’s important to stay safe while you exercise. Discover the safest and best exercises for pregnancy, and which ones you should avoid.
One of the best ways to prepare for breastfeeding is to educate yourself before your baby arrives. Read these helpful breastfeeding tips for new moms so you can feel confident when your little one arrives!
Your weight before and during pregnancy plays a large role in your health and your baby’s health. This is a great time to make positive changes that can stay with you forever! Learn how much weight you should gain to be healthy, how you should gain this weight, and how quickly you can expect to lose it after your baby is born.
When you want to take charge of your fertility and family planning, you have a lot of options. But how do you know which birth control is best?
The best birth control choice differs for everyone. It depends on your own health history and what you’re looking for in a contraceptive.
Welcome to MWH’s very first Baby Story Blog. Our mom to be would like to remain anonymous until she is out of her first trimester. MWH Baby Story Pregnancy Blog Well, there it was. One very, very faint pink line. I saw it and smiled, confirming what I had already suspected was true. We were […]
Thinking about getting pregnant and starting a family can be an exciting time. But when it takes longer than you expect to get that positive pregnancy test, you may start to wonder “Why am I not getting pregnant?” As a Madison OBGYN, I meet with many women who are wondering what they can do to […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Nobody likes to hear the “C” word. It is a scary word and unfortunately 1 out of 8 women will hear this word due to being diagnosed with breast cancer. When breast cancer is detected early, and is in a localized area, the 5-year survival rate is 100% (National Breast […]
Hippocrates once said, “wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity.” Did you know that the first Doctor’s Day was observed on March 30, 1933? For the past 85 years, that’s a lot of physicians. Physicians of many different specialties and a history of experience. Becoming a physician takes […]