Your Pregnancy Matters Stories
Women need regular health care after childbirth. Seeing a primary care doctor can help decrease women’s health risks postpartum and in future pregnancies.
Texas has the highest maternal death rate in the United States. Dr. Shivani Patel addresses how doctors and women can reduce the risk.
No one knows why women are five to eight times more likely than men to have thyroid disorders, but because these problems can have a direct bearing on conceiving and having a successful pregnancy, understanding the various conditions and taking precautions are all the more important.
Urologist Craig Peters, M.D., answers FAQs about circumcision to help new parents of baby boys decide what’s best for their sons.
Tips for successfully breastfeeding during pregnancy and what women should discuss with their doctors in the first trimester.
Strains of the herpes simplex virus are common in adults in the U.S., but herpes is devastating and often fatal to infected infants.
Having your first baby? Ten experienced moms share their words of wisdom with North Texas parents-to-be.
Abdominal bulge after pregnancy can be a sign of diastasis recti, a muscle injury. Why to seek care, and how physical therapy can help.
Before they are born, babies can already hear, see, touch, and taste.
A recent study has shown a potential relationship between taking certain antibiotics and increased risk for miscarriage. Dr. Horsager-Boehrer explains.