How Stress Of Racism Has Biological Weathering and Its Deadly Effect on Black Mothers

Weathering, a theory that the stress of racism has biological effects on black people, could be a cause behind black maternal mortality rates.   Imagine for a moment that you’re a very silly 22-year-old driving through Florida sometime around 2009. You’re speeding down a road called Alligator Alley at approximately 92 miles an hour, which […]

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As a Doctor and Mother, Here’s What I Wish People Knew About the Maternal Mortality Crisis

A 28-year old woman arrived to the ER wheezing and short of breath. She had asthma and came in requesting a refill of her inhaler. But when I examined her, I found out that something else much more serious was going on. The patient’s blood pressure was very high. Her legs and arms were swollen. […]

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Spotting During Pregnancy: 3 Signs It Could Signal a Problem

Spotting during pregnancy—as in, bleeding from your vagina when you’re most definitely not on your period because, hello, you’re pregnant—can be a perplexing issue. Isn’t one of the boons of pregnancy not ruining more underwear with period blood? Sorry to break it to you, but spotting during pregnancy is a thing. Though it’s probably easier […]

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We Need to Stop Acting Like Vasectomies Are Heroic

In February 2018, just as my husband and I were planning his vasectomy, we discovered that I was pregnant with our third child. After the initial shock of our positive pregnancy test wore off, my husband scheduled an April vasectomy with the haste of a man who’d had his fill of consoling croupy infants at […]

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So, Let’s Talk About That Whole Fertility and Age 35 Thing

You’ve probably heard the term “biological clock” used to describe the idea that, in people with ovaries, fertility potential is constantly ticking away as if it’s on a timer that will eventually reach zero. That ticking apparently gets louder and more urgent through your 20s and 30s, pushing you to get pregnant and have a […]

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Breast Milk Storage: Dos and Don’ts

If you’re breastfeeding and going back to work or looking for more flexibility, you’re probably considering using a breast pump. Once you start pumping, it’s important to know how to safely store your expressed milk. Consider these dos and don’ts for breast milk storage. What kind of container should I use to store expressed breast […]

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We Need to Talk About Syphilis Rates

Despite the fact that we’ve never known more about how to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), rates of many STIs continue to rise. While this overall trend is worrying experts, syphilis makes for an especially striking case study. The rates of primary and secondary syphilis (also called P&S syphilis, these are the […]

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Ovulation Signs: When Is Conception Most Likely?

What ovulation signs can I look out for if I’m hoping to conceive? Answer From Yvonne Butler Tobah, M.D. Understanding when you’re ovulating—and having sex regularly five days before and on the day of ovulation—can improve the odds of conceiving. Ovulation is the process in which a mature egg is released from the ovary. Those […]

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Sick Baby? When to Seek Medical Attention

When you have a baby, occasional infections and fevers are inevitable. But even parents who have experience with sick babies can have trouble distinguishing normal fussiness and mild illnesses from serious problems. Here’s when to contact the doctor—and when to seek emergency care—for a sick baby. When to contact your baby’s doctor An occasional illness […]

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Newborn Sleep: Should I Wake My Baby for Feedings?

Should I wake my newborn for feedings? Answer From Elizabeth LaFleur, R.N. Whether you should wake a sleeping newborn for feedings depends on the baby’s age, weight, and overall health. Most newborns lose weight in the first few days after birth. Until your newborn regains this lost weight—usually within one week after birth—it’s important to […]

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What Is Choriocarcinoma? My Healthy Pregnancy Gave Me Cancer

My son was just 12 weeks old when the first pregnancy test came back positive. So did the second one. And the third. And the blood test. “I really don’t think I’m pregnant,” I told my doctor. I’d chosen him for his laid-back vibes and sense of humor, which I loved during my labor and […]

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Pregnancy After Miscarriage: Why I Can’t Shake the Fear of Another Pregnancy Loss

I’m eight months pregnant, and it can be a terrifying thing for me to speak openly about. I find it therapeutic to write about it, oddly, but talking it about it casually with loved ones still isn’t easy. I even have family members and friends whom I don’t see regularly who still don’t know, even […]

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