Obstetrics-Gynecology Stories

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.

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.

Warning signs of ovarian cancer

 

Q&A – Fall 2014

 

Have a question for our doctors? Drop us a line at editor@utsouthwestern.edu and we may address your query in a future issue.

Healthy for a reason

 

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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Have concerns about the flu vaccine? Learn why all women who are pregnant should get a flu shot, regardless of how far along they are in their pregnancies.

Pregnancy Despite Cancer

 

The Program for Fertility Preservation can help cancer patients by offering them a range of advanced options and - just as important - timely access to treatment when days can be critical.

Q&A – Fall 2013

Q&A – Fall 2013

 

Flu season is just around the corner. What's the best way to keep protected from the virus?

Q&A – Spring 2013

 

I'm planning to become pregnant. Should I be taking folic acid now? Can the caffeine in my morning coffee be causing my headaches?