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  • 5 Ways To Keep A Healthy Weight During Pregnancy

    5 Ways To Keep A Healthy Weight During Pregnancy

    You just found out that you’re expecting — Congratulations! While there’s plenty to be excited about, there are also a lot of questions and concerns. One of the main topics of discussion most newly pregnant women have is how to maintain a healthy pregnancy weight. With a little prep and a little guidance, it can

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  • Yeast Infections: The Ugly, The Uglier, and How to Help Avoid Another One

    Yeast Infections: The Ugly, The Uglier, and How to Help Avoid Another One

    One of the most taboo subjects in every-day women’s health is actually one of the most common issues women face — the dreaded vaginal yeast infection! Vaginal yeast infections affect 3 out of 4 women at some point in their life. Many women experience at least two episodes of a vaginal yeast infection. It can

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  • Prime Pumping: Keeping Your Supply While Pumping

    Prime Pumping: Keeping Your Supply While Pumping

    You’ve always heard the phrase “Breast is Best” when it comes to feeding your newborn. While that might be true, sometimes only the bottle will cut it- but, if you’re producing, it doesn’t mean you can’t give your baby breast milk. Many women opt to be “full-time” pumpers. But with pumping can come some challenges,

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  • Done Having Children (Or Don’t Want Them)? Here Are Your Options.

    Done Having Children (Or Don’t Want Them)? Here Are Your Options.

    After your first or even fifth child, there may come a time when you feel your family is complete. While you can continue to be on the pill, the patch, the shot, or whatever temporary birth control you may be on, there are more permanent and effective options to keep your family the exact number

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  • How To Keep Your Pelvic Floor Strong

    How To Keep Your Pelvic Floor Strong

    You go to the gym to keep your muscles strong and fit, but many women are forgetting about one of the most important muscles in their bodies – their pelvic floor muscles. If left untrained, a weak pelvic floor can lead to incontinence, pain in the vagina and rectum, or even uterine prolapse. But, in

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