https://madisonwomenshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/geriatric-pregnancy-advanced-maternal-age-baby.jpg 800 1200 Sarah Juza https://madisonwomenshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mwh_logo-300x177.png Sarah Juza2023-02-06 09:42:282023-02-06 09:55:37Geriatric Pregnancy? The Truth About Having a Baby After 35
While it's most common for women to get pregnant in their twenties, nearly 1 in 5 pregnant women is 35 or older. Once called a "geriatric pregnancy," pregnancy at an advanced maternal age is typically healthy and uneventful.
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, affects 6% to 12% of women of childbearing age and is one of the most common causes of infertility. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with PCOS, this news is upsetting…
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If you’ve been trying to get pregnant, you may wonder if medication could help. Two of the most commonly prescribed fertility medications for women are Clomid (clomiphene citrate) and Femara (letrozole). Learn how they work and why your OBGYN might recommend you take one instead of the other.
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Learning you're pregnant with twins likely causes a rush of emotions. Some women are excited about the prospect of twins — double the cuteness and baby snuggles! Others may feel a little uncertain or even overwhelmed. After all, there are two babies rather than just one. Not to mention, twin pregnancies come with added risk compared to a typical single-baby pregnancy (or “singleton” pregnancy).
https://madisonwomenshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/AdobeStock_347948143-scaled-e1658934384161.jpeg 667 1000 Dr. Ashley Durward https://madisonwomenshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mwh_logo-300x177.png Dr. Ashley Durward2022-06-25 10:22:502022-07-27 12:11:41Induced Labor: When, Why, How
Your OBGYN wants to discuss the possibility of inducing labor. Here are some reasons they may recommend induction, along with pointers about what to expect during the process.
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Is it “just mood swings” or something more serious? Your mental health during pregnancy is just as important as your physical health.
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Even before COVID-19, vaccines have an important method of disease prevention. We break it down for you in this blog post so you know which vaccines to get while pregnant and when to get them.
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Some women report being “in the mood” more often when they’re pregnant. Others don’t. But when should you abstain and when is sex ok during pregnancy?
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Your period is late, now what? There are a few reasons your period could be late. Pregnancy is one of them. Learn the symptoms of early pregnancy and how soon you should take a home test. ---- How soon can you find out if you’re pregnant? We recommend waiting until a week after your missed period. But here are some other symptoms of early pregnancy along with our recommendations for the most accurate home pregnancy tests.
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Pregnancy loss at any stage can be devastating. When it happens more than once, many women wonder what is causing it and if they’ll ever carry a baby to term. During pregnancy and infant loss awareness month, we explore some of the most common causes and treatments for multiple miscarriages.