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The Benefits of Prenatal Care

The Benefits of Prenatal Care

Prenatal care (pregnancy care) is important for both mother and baby. In addition to overall health benefits and improved birth outcomes, your monthly prenatal visits are a chance for you to ask questions – and get informed answers – about the weekly changes occurring in your body in response to the baby’s rapid, nine-month development from embryo to a full-fledged…

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OB/GYN Associates COVID-19 Protocol

OB/GYN Associates COVID-19 Protocol

How OB/GYN Associates of Spokane PS is managing care during the COVID-19 pandemic COVID-19 is impacting how we all live, work and stay healthy.  There is a lot of information about the virus, often changing rapidly. You may access the latest information at www.cdc.gov. In accordance with public health guidance, we have made are making some important changes to our…

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Birth Control Basics: Know Your Options

Birth Control Basics: Know Your Options

There are multiple birth control options available to women, all with their own pros and cons. The best way to find out which one is ideal for your age, medical history, and lifestyle is to schedule a consultation with your OB/GYN. Birth control options should be weighed according to: How well they work (there is no 100% effective form of…

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Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

Every woman’s – and OB/GYN’s – goal is to facilitate a healthy, full-term pregnancy. The good news is that lifestyle choices have a big say in the matter. Here are some of the lifestyle tips that have the most significant impact on a healthy pregnancy. 1. Prepare Your Body for Pregnancy The steps you take once you’ve found out you’re…

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Signs that I May be in Menopause

Signs that I May be in Menopause

“Ahh, the menopause journey. No clear starting or ending point, odd diversions, and an estimated time of arrival that could span years. Menopause is certainly a trip. And needless to say, you could use some turn-by-turn directions.”  –The North American Menopause Society We couldn’t express it any better ourselves. What society dubs menopause, is usually perimenopause. Actual menopause is the…

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