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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.

Your Pregnancy Matters

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.

Your Pregnancy Matters

Prenatal hepatitis C screening can spare women and babies from long-term liver damage

Pregnant patients are now being screened for hepatitis C, a liver-damaging virus that can infect a fetus during pregnancy. Learn about the screening and treatments now.

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.

Your Pregnancy Matters

Prevent pimples and avoid ‘maskne’ with pregnancy-safe acne treatments

Even dermatologists can get hormonal acne, a common and frustrating side effect of pregnancy. See which treatments expecting mom Melissa Mauskar, M.D., uses and recommends for clearer skin.

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Hot, hot, hot! Tips to beat the summer heat during pregnancy

Summer pregnancy? Use these tips to stay cool and comfortable as the temperatures rise.

Your Pregnancy Matters

Fetal hiccups won’t harm your baby – they’re totally normal!

Many articles about fetal hiccups end with a cautionary tale, but the science says fetal hiccups are likely nothing to worry about. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, M.D., discusses why in the Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

COVID; Your Pregnancy Matters

Good news on COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant moms, early data shows

Good news! Early COVID-19 vaccine trial data suggest vaccination is safe in pregnancy and breastfeeding – and may benefit both mom and baby. Dive into data from three of the latest clinical trials in this week’s Your Pregnancy Matters blog.

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Postpartum exercise: When it's safe to start running and lifting after pregnancy

Ready to start running or lifting weights again after giving birth? Physical therapist Taylor Price discusses when it's OK to start intense exercise – and how to do so safely – in this week's Your Pregnancy Matters blog.