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What You Should Know About Breakthrough Bleeding With Birth Control

Breakthrough bleeding rarely signals a health problem. But there are ways we can try to fix it.

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How Do We Know the COVID-19 Vaccines Are Safe and Effective? One Expert Explains.

A doctor and infectious diseases expert shares what she tells her patients about the vaccines.

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Patient Story

Coping With Infertility and Miscarriages

Bryna talks about her experience with IVF and repeated miscarriages.

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How to Prepare for Breastfeeding in the Month Before Birth

If you're planning to breastfeed, some preparation can make the learning curve easier.

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Patient Story

Choosing Surgery After BRCA Gene Test Results

Kimberly reflects on what it was like to have her breasts and ovaries removed – and how she made the decision.

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Patient Story

Managing a Pregnancy With Gestational Diabetes

Cathy shares how gestational diabetes changed her outlook on pregnancy.

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Experiencing Vaginal Dryness? Here's What You Need to Know.

One ob-gyn shares how she helps her patients with vaginal dryness.

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Patient Story

Choosing a Treatment for Uterine Fibroids

Carrie describes her experience with a nonsurgical option, uterine artery embolization.

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The Top 3 Questions Parents Ask About Their Daughters and Puberty

There are no wrong questions, and ob-gyns are here to help.

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5 of the Most Common Questions About Menopause

An ob-gyn shares what she hears from women beginning this transition – and what she tells them to expect.

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