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The MOG Blog

  • 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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  • Is Not Enough Estrogen the Cause of Your Depression?

    Is Not Enough Estrogen the Cause of Your Depression?

    It’s well-established that during times of hormonal fluctuation, women may have a tendency to feel more depressed, or anxious. But, according to a recent study, women who are exposed to estrogen for longer periods of time during their reproductive years may have a lower risk of depression.   Estradiol Exposure The main goal of this

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  • How to Take Control of Incontinence

    How to Take Control of Incontinence

    Incontinence can begin for many reasons, whether it’s post-baby or just the realities of growing older. Whatever the reason, incontinence is common and it’s nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. If you’re ready to take control, we have a few simple things that can help.   How to Start Though it might be awkward

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  • The Secrets of Childbirth Your Mom Never Told You

    The Secrets of Childbirth Your Mom Never Told You

    Childbirth. The most beautiful, glorious, time in a new mother’s life… Or is it? Many women, especially first-time mothers, are surprised to learn that they don’t know as much about birth as they may have thought. We’re here to tell some little, possibly shocking, details that your health class (or even your own mom) didn’t

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  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: What to Do When You’ve Been Diagnosed

    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: What to Do When You’ve Been Diagnosed

    It can be embarrassing to find out you’ve contracted a sexually transmitted infection, but the most important thing you can do is to get medically treated before it develops into Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, or PID, is an infection in female reproductive system, including the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and cervix. PID is

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