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Women's Wellness

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So, you’re wondering if it’s unusual to experience urinary leakage when you sneeze. If you’re asking yourself this question, you’ve come to the right place. You do not have to live with urinary leakage — while this is common, it is not normal! You should go and speak to your doctor about this. But first, let’s chat about it. Womens Wellness, Scrubs, Let It Be, This Or That Questions, Live, Fashion, Moda, Fashion Styles, Work Wear

Is it normal to… pee when I sneeze?

So, you’re wondering if it’s unusual to experience urinary leakage when you sneeze. If you’re asking yourself this question, you’ve come to the right place. You do not have to live with urinary leakage — while this is common, it is not normal! You should go and speak to your doctor about this. But first, let’s chat about it.

For new moms and pregnant women, finding relief from hand and wrist pain is especially important to help you manage all the exciting roles of motherhood. Sore Hands, Sore Feet, Wrist Pain, Womens Wellness, Morning Sickness, New Moms, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Planning Resources, Young Moms

Coping with hand and wrist pain during pregnancy and early parenthood

For new moms and pregnant women, finding relief from hand and wrist pain is especially important to help you manage all the exciting roles of motherhood.

From preventative exam recommendations to infertility options and pregnancy questions, addressing these conversations and more with your OB/GYN keeps you healthy and informed on all things women’s health. Pregnancy Questions, Podcast Topics, Womens Wellness, Think Of Me, Conversation, Bring It On, This Or That Questions, Healthy, Health

Afraid to bring up sensitive topics with your OB/GYN? Why it’s worth mentioning

From preventative exam recommendations to infertility options and pregnancy questions, addressing these conversations and more with your OB/GYN keeps you healthy and informed on all things women’s health.

Ladies, this one is for you. Resources to keep you healthy for every stage of your life. Womens Wellness, Scrubs, Stage, Lady, Healthy, T Shirt, Fashion, Supreme T Shirt, Moda

Women's Health

Ladies, this one is for you. Resources to keep you healthy for every stage of your life.

When preparing for the arrival of your little one, a thousand questions may be swarming your mind — start by asking your OB/GYN these five. Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, Womens Wellness, Having A Baby, Mindfulness, Consciousness

5 Questions to ask your OB/GYN about childbirth

When preparing for the arrival of your little one, a thousand questions may be swarming your mind — start by asking your OB/GYN these five.

Wondering when you should call your OB/GYN? While these pregnancy-related symptoms may not be a cause for concern, they should always warrant a call to your doctor to keep you and your baby healthy. Womens Wellness, Pregnancy Signs, Morning Sickness, Heartburn, Polaroid Film, Healthy, Baby, Heart Burn, Baby Humor

6 abnormal signs of your pregnancy you should call your doctor about

Wondering when you should call your OB/GYN? While these pregnancy-related symptoms may not be a cause for concern, they should always warrant a call to your doctor to keep you and your baby healthy.

A hospital bag is something you can easily prepare ahead of time to decrease the stress you may feel about the childbirth process. Here are some items that can be useful during this time. Lanolin Cream, Hospital Checklist, Birthing Ball, Womens Wellness, You Loose, Nursing Pillow, Hospital Bag, What To Pack, Positive Attitude

What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag Before Childbirth

A hospital bag is something you can easily prepare ahead of time to decrease the stress you may feel about the childbirth process. Here are some items that can be useful during this time.

As a practicing obstetrician-gynecologist for more than two decades, I think the term “geriatric pregnancy” is a bit of an exaggeration. When I think of the word “geriatric,” I think of older ladies enjoying their retirement years after having Womens Wellness, Having A Baby, Old Women, Waiting, Pregnancy, Age, Pregnancy Planning Resources, Conceiving

Geriatric pregnancy: Waiting later in life to have a baby

What you should know if you're considering pregnancy at the age of 35 or older.

Have you been attempting to conceive a pregnancy? Do you feel like it is never going to happen? And everyone else around you is getting pregnant? This OB/GYN has some advice to help you cope with infertility and know your options moving forward. Womens Wellness, Emotional Stress, Do You Feel, Getting Pregnant, Everyone Else, Moving Forward, Knowing You, Pregnancy, Advice

How to Cope with the Emotional Stress of Infertility

Have you been attempting to conceive a pregnancy? Do you feel like it is never going to happen? And everyone else around you is getting pregnant? This OB/GYN has some advice to help you cope with infertility and know your options moving forward.

 I am often asked when a woman should start preparing her birth plan. It’s important to note that every woman is different. Some women advocate strongly for Birth Plans, Womens Wellness, Every Woman, Need To Know, How To Plan

Should You Consider a Birth Plan?

Is a birth plan right for you? Here's what you need to know about birth plans, according to an OB/GYN.

From an OB/GYN, here’s what women should know about heavy menstrual flow and the next steps in treatment. Aunt Flo, Womens Wellness, What You Can Do, Period, Blog, Blogging

Heavy Periods and What You Can Do About It

From an OB/GYN, here’s what women should know about heavy menstrual flow and the next steps in treatment.

To all the moms dealing with nausea and other pregnancy side effects, this is for you. Pregnancy Side Effects, Womens Wellness, Morning Sickness, My Pregnancy

How to Deal with Nausea, Vomiting and Other Pregnancy Side Effects

To all the moms dealing with nausea and other pregnancy side effects, this is for you.

have you scheduled your yearly mammogram? i get one every year at because i believe this is one of the most important measures in preventing breast cancer. Size 14 Fashion, Powers Of 2, When Youre Feeling Down, Every Year, Womens Wellness, Deal With Anxiety, Yearly, Get One, Women Empowerment

Take The Power of 2 Challenge!

The Power of 2 Challenge empowers women to take control of their health by conveniently scheduling their mammograms at one of our advanced imaging centers. Schedule yours today, then challenge a friend to do the same.

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The Power of 2 Challenge

The Power of 2 Challenge empowers women to take control of their health by conveniently scheduling their mammograms at one of Baylor Scott & White's advanced imaging centers.

The Power of 2 Challenge empowers women to take control of their health by conveniently scheduling their mammograms at one of Baylor Scott & White's advanced imaging centers. Powers Of 2, Scott White, Womens Wellness, Adult Crafts, Wolves, Women Empowerment, Challenges, Parenting, Drawing

The Power of 2 Challenge

The Power of 2 Challenge empowers women to take control of their health by conveniently scheduling their mammograms at one of Baylor Scott & White's advanced imaging centers.

Have you been thinking about getting on birth control, switching birth control methods or want to know if it might be a viable treatment option for your symptoms? Womens Wellness, Understanding Yourself, Birth, How To Get, Being A Mom

Understanding your birth control options

Have you been thinking about getting on birth control, switching birth control methods or want to know if it might be a viable treatment option for your symptoms? As an OB/GYN, I understand every woman