Many women who go through menopause experience adverse symptoms. Sometimes, they can become overbearing and interfere with daily life. In those cases, it’s necessary to find relief for menopause symptoms.
One way you can seek relief is by contacting your primary care physician or gynecologist. Before you visit your provider, they’ll likely ask you some questions to provide you with the best care. Be prepared by keeping track of your symptoms, keeping a list of medications and supplements you take, and bringing a list of your own questions.
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Every woman reaches the menopausal state at some point in her life. It’s a transitionary time where she ends the cycle of fertility. There are also different stages of menopause, such as perimenopause and early menopause. In this article, we’ll go over the signs and symptoms to look for when going into menopause.
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Pregnancy can lead to many feelings: elation, excitement, and happiness. But it can also cause some uncomfortable feelings, one of the most well-known being morning sickness. There are many degrees of morning sickness ranging from mild to severe nausea. Despite it being difficult to avoid, don’t worry! It may take some time to figure out what works best, but there are morning sickness remedies that will work for you.
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Whether delivering your baby was a marathon or a sprint, you will likely have some degree of postpartum pain. This is to be expected and it’s helpful to plan in advance so you don’t have to be worried about seeking answers as you enter the first stages of motherhood.
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You have just delivered your baby and are enjoying the experience of new motherhood; congratulations!
However, the first stages of motherhood can also have challenges. Here we will explain what the 4th trimester is, what it involves and how to prepare for it in advance!
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Expectant moms, or women thinking about having a baby, often want to know as much as they can about pain management during childbirth.
There are a variety of options available to you, including the use of an epidural.
Epidurals are the most common form of pain relief during childbirth, with 50% of mothers choosing this method of pain management. Before deciding to use an epidural, we suggest that you explore how they work, potential side effects and which options are best for you.
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