Feel Free to Skip the Yearly Pap Smear, but Do Not Skip Your Annual Exam!

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It was released by the OBGYN community of experts last year that yearly pap smears are no longer necessary in women with a healthy gynecological history. However, this information has been incorrectly misconstrued and has led many women to believe that they no longer need to keep their annual exams. This could not be farther … Read More

Miscarriage Treatment and Hope

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Miscarriage is the most common type of pregnancy loss under 20 weeks. The reasons for miscarriage are varied, and most often are not identified. This time of loss can be especially difficult for mothers and fathers of the unborn baby as pregnancy is usually a very joyful time of expectancy. It is estimated that anywhere … Read More

Incompetent Cervix

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During pregnancy, there are many natural occurrences that women go through as their bodies grow a baby (or babies) and get ready to deliver. One of these occurrences is the change in the cervix. Before pregnancy, the cervix is closed and rigid, changing only slightly when menstruation occurs. However, during the progression of pregnancy the … Read More