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Your Summer Pregnancy Survival Guide Jun 18th, 2019

The arid, Arizona summers can be quite intense when you’re also dealing with a pregnancy. It isn’t just the issue of carrying extra weight that make the months of June through August so especially daunting, but that you also experience a number of new problems during a pregnancy, ones that...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: How to control vicious cycle of symptoms May 21st, 2019

As a society, we’ve gotten much better at discussing women’s health over the last few decades. Women are taken more seriously when they speak about issues from period discomfort to postpartum depression to body pain and beyond. Despite this, it seems as though Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) still lies on...

6 Tips to Prevent Having a High-Risk Pregnancy Apr 1st, 2019

When you have a high-risk pregnancy, it means there are dangers associated with it that could affect you or your baby. Some conditions can make your pregnancy a higher risk before you even conceive, like being over 35, having an existing medical condition or breathing problem, or a history of...

How Endometriosis Affects Fertility and What You Can do About It Mar 21st, 2019

Endometriosis is a chronic gynecological disorder that occurs when the endometrium, which is the tissue that lines the uterus, grows outside of the womb itself. Because this misplaced tissue continues to respond to the monthly fluctuations of your menstrual cycle, it still thickens, breaks down, and bleeds with every menstrual...

When do Ovarian Cysts Require Medical Intervention? Feb 12th, 2019

Most ovarian cysts are related to your menstrual cycle. They can develop, grow, and resolve without your even being aware. Some, however, cause significant pain and may become large enough to shift the affected ovary out of position. These are the cysts that require medical attention. Dr. Kevin Hooker is...

Remedy Painful Intercourse Without Hormones Jan 18th, 2019

If vaginal dryness has rendered sexual intimacy painful, rather than pleasurable, you’re far from alone. In fact, up to three in four women experience painful intercourse at some point in their lives. Most often, this is a result of the hormonal changes that accompany menopause. You don’t have to endure...