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7 Breastfeeding Tips and Tricks

Breastfeeding isn’t always intuitive. It can take a lot of patience, observation and work while also managing your baby’s demands for food. We’ve put together this list of tips and tricks to help make breastfeeding easier and more enjoyable for you and your baby. Breastfeed … Read more

7 Common Myths About Cervical Cancer

With so much information out there, it’s easy to get confused by some of the myths about cervical cancer and regular screenings. Cervical cancer is a specific type of cancer that occurs in the lining of the cervix (the lower part of the uterus), but … Read more

What You Should Know About Cervical Cancer Screenings?

Important Information about Cervical Cancer Screenings Cervical cancer is the easiest gynecological cancer to prevent, with regular screening tests and follow-up. The Pap test (or Pap smear) and the HPV test are both screening tests that can help prevent cervical cancer or find it early. … Read more

Cosmetic and Beauty Ingredients to Avoid While Pregnant

It might not be the first thing you think about changing when you get pregnant, but there are ingredients in common beauty and cosmetic products that you should avoid when pregnant. The FDA maintains an updated list and categorization of ingredients used in beauty and … Read more

7 Most Common Questions About Traveling While Pregnant

Is it safe to travel while pregnant? Generally, it’s okay to travel while you’re pregnant. The best time to travel is between week 14 and week 28 of your pregnancy. This is typically when most morning sickness has passed, but before any fatigue related to … Read more

Pelvic Exam vs. Pap Smear: What’s the Difference?

Knowing the difference between a pelvic exam and a Pap smear can be confusing. Both exams are typically performed during the same appointment, but there are significant differences to be aware of so you can take the best care of your health. What is a … Read more

What to Expect During Your First Gynecologist Visit

Thinking about scheduling your first gynecologist appointment? Here’s everything you can expect during your first gynecologist visit. At Women’s Care, our physicians recommend young women have their first pelvic exam at 18 years old, unless they are experiencing pelvic pain, problems with menstruation or are … Read more