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Pregnancy Help for Older Moms

Almost 12 years separates my two children. When I found out I was pregnant with the youngest, I was stunned. The thought of being pregnant in my 40s terrified me. Being older meant that there was more risk in having a child. I was determined to have a healthy pregnancy and baby. After leaving my OB/GYN's office, I started researching pregnancy tips specifically for older women. During the course of my research, I discovered a lot of older women had questions about being pregnant under these special circumstances. I started this blog to provide pregnancy tips and support to women in their 40s who suddenly find themselves preparing to be a new mom.


Itchiness And Discolored Discharge? What It May Mean

17 December 2021
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Your vagina is a part of the body that endures a lot of heat and moisture, which is the best place for fungal growth. Fungus in the vagina could result in a yeast infection. You may experience itchiness and foul odors coming from your vagina if you do have a yeast infection. You naturally have discharge that will change throughout the month, depending on what stage of your menstrual cycle you are in, but if you are experiencing anything other than a milky color or clear discharge, such as yellow or green discharge, it could be the sign of a yeast infection. Read More …

How Are Ovarian Growths Diagnosed?

24 June 2021
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Having something go wrong with one's reproductive organs can have a negative impact on an entire life. Ovarian growths can be perfectly benign, or they can be cancerous. In either case, they can end up causing pain and complications for women, so it's important to have them diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. If your doctor believes that you might have ovarian growths, like a cyst or tumor, then here's what you can expect from the diagnostic process. Read More …

Signs It’s Time To Talk To Your OBGYN About Hormone Replacement Therapy

29 January 2021
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Whether or not you are going to pursue hormone replacement therapy is a decision that only you can make with the help and guidance of your OBGYN. Earlier in life, many women have an idea in the back of their mind as to whether or not they're going to take hormones. But things can change when you actually reach menopause and experience its symptoms firsthand. As such, it's important to be open-minded. Read More …