Obstetrics-Gynecology Stories

Personal stories: Creative ways North Texans have revealed their babies’ genders

Personal stories: Creative ways North Texans have revealed their babies’ genders

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We share some of the stories we’ve heard from moms and dads who’ve held gender-reveal parties.

Avoid Listeria while pregnant

Avoid Listeria while pregnant

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Food tips during pregnancy to avoid infections.

Planning a ‘gender-reveal’ party? Some practical considerations

Planning a ‘gender-reveal’ party? Some practical considerations

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The popularity of gender-reveal parties has increased considerably in the past couple of years.

3 reasons to get a flu shot when you’re pregnant

3 reasons to get a flu shot when you’re pregnant

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All pregnant women should get a flu shot, regardless of how far along they are in their pregnancies.

Why you should consider an academic medical center for your Ob/Gyn care

Why you should consider an academic medical center for your Ob/Gyn care

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When choosing Ob/Gyn care for your pregnancy, the expertise and resources of an academic medical center help handle complications and promote a happy delivery.

Pregnancy during the holidays: Tips on traveling, eating, and more

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It was our pleasure to answer your questions about pregnancy during a live chat on Dec. 10, 2014.

Answering your questions about pregnancy during the holidays

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Being pregnant during the holiday season presents a number of challenges. UT Southwestern physicians will participate in a live chat to answer questions.

A new resource: Answers to your pregnancy questions

A new resource: Answers to your pregnancy questions

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Dr. Robyn Horsager, the Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, addresses important questions about your pregnancy.

You’re ready, but is your baby? Why to wait until (at least) 39 weeks

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Should you wait 39 weeks? Elective delivery is increasingly common among expecting mothers. Learn the facts and risks of early-term, planned delivery.

What if I’m a Dallas-area woman with a sexually transmitted disease and want to get pregnant?

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Curious how HIV, or other sexually transmitted diseases, could impact your pregnancy? Learn how you can increase the chances of delivering a healthy baby.