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The MOG Blog

  • The Importance of Getting A Pap Smear

    The Importance of Getting A Pap Smear

    It’s uncomfortable. It may be slightly embarrassing. It could save your life.  It’s a Pap smear! While those words can send a little shiver down your spine, it’s one of the most important preventative procedures you can do for your health. Now, we all know we should be getting regular pap smears, but do you

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  • The Lesser Known Side Effects of the IVF Process

    The Lesser Known Side Effects of the IVF Process

    When you’ve made the decision to go through the process of in vitro fertilization, you are met with more information than you ever thought possible. Your fertility specialists will tell you all about the normal risks and side effects of the IVF process, but did you know there may be some weird (and sometimes serious)

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  • Breast Cancer is STILL Something to Talk About

    Breast Cancer is STILL Something to Talk About

    As you’re probably aware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All over the country, people are raising money and awareness for the disease on behalf of themselves, or loved ones affected by the disease. Though advances in breast cancer research and treatments have increased steadily over the past decades, breast cancer is STILL something we

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  • Why You Should NEVER Let a UTI Go Untreated

    Why You Should NEVER Let a UTI Go Untreated

    A Urinary Tract Infection, or UTI as it’s commonly known as is an infection of the urethra, bladder, or kidney. UTIs are caused by bacteria sneaking into the bladder, through the urethra and multiplying, causing the lining of your urinary tract to swell up. This can happen through poor hygiene habits, sexual contact, or just

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  • What It’s Really Like to Have a C-Section

    What It’s Really Like to Have a C-Section

    There are some that say having a cesarean section is not really ‘giving birth.’ Well, those people probably never had a c-section! Though the end results are usually the same (a healthy, lovely new family addition), there is still a stigma attached to having a c-section over a vaginal birth. We’re here to tell you

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