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Monkeypox facts for pregnant and breastfeeding patients

As monkeypox spreads, pregnant and breastfeeding patients are raising concerns. Get facts about prevention and treatment in this Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

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3 key topics to discuss at postpartum visits

Postpartum care should be the start of ongoing health maintenance, not just a one-time visit. Here are 3 topics to discuss with your Ob/Gyn after having a baby.

Diet and Nutrition; Women's Health; Your Pregnancy Matters

Managing pregnancy when mom has an eating disorder

Psychiatrist Carrie McAdams, M.D., Ph.D., discusses concerns that women with eating disorders have regarding pregnancy and the challenges they may face.

Heart; Your Pregnancy Matters

Cardio-obstetrics: Improving care for pregnant patients with heart disease

Rina Mauricio, M.D., explains how UT Southwestern's expert cardio-obstetrics team collaborates to provide the best care for pregnant patients with heart conditions.

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Treating mild hypertension in pregnancy is safe and beneficial, study shows

A new study has flipped the script on mild hypertension care in pregnancy. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, M.D., explores the data on the Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

Your Pregnancy Matters

A year in review: Top 5 Your Pregnancy Matters stories in 2021

COVID-19 facts, preeclampsia research, and the truth about epidurals among the top five Your Pregnancy Matters blogs from UT Southwestern.

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New study suggests diet, stress management might reduce fetal growth restriction risks

Robyn Horsager, M.D., discusses new research on reducing controllable maternal risk factors that can lead to fetal growth restriction.

Discovery; Your Pregnancy Matters

Improving preeclampsia care with new research and prevention strategies

New UT Southwestern research could improve prevention and treatment of preeclampsia – high blood pressure in pregnancy.

Pediatrics; Your Pregnancy Matters

Healing – and learning – from pregnancy losses: A pediatrician shares her story

To help patients feel less alone in their miscarriage or stillbirth experiences, Jessica Morse, M.D., shares three affirmations that helped her grieve her pregnancy losses.

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Will my period change after pregnancy?

Learn what to expect before, during, and after your first postpartum menstrual cycle.

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UTIs during pregnancy are common and treatable

Urinary tract changes during pregnancy create an ideal environment for UTIs. The sooner we test you, the faster we can treat you and reduce possible risks.

Your Pregnancy Matters

5 ways to manage swollen legs and feet during pregnancy

Swollen feet are a common yet frustrating side effect of pregnancy. Learn how to reduce your discomfort and risk for complications.

Pediatrics; Your Pregnancy Matters

How often should you bathe your baby, from birth through early childhood?

How often to bathe your baby, from birth through early childhood: UT Southwestern - MedBlog

Your Pregnancy Matters

1 in 10 dads experience postpartum depression, anxiety: How to spot the signs

Postpartum depression in dads is real. Learn to recognize the symptoms of paternal postpartum depression.

Women's Health; Your Pregnancy Matters

Pap smears are safe – before, during and after pregnancy

Are Pap smears necessary? And should you get one while pregnant? Dr. Awosemusi, M.D., answers common questions about this misunderstood procedure.