The answer is yes, as a general principle in a healthy pregnancy. But women with high cholesterol levels should be particularly careful about what they eat during pregnancy. At Reproductive Science Center we check cholesterol panels on all women over 40 years old and in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and obesity, as cholesterol levels are usually higher among these groups of women. High cholesterol can run in families and can be elevated even in otherwise healthy women.
If you get bit by a tick see your doctor. If you see a rash (bull’s eye) that blisters know that this is the most classic rash from Lyme disease. Headache, flu like symptoms, and joint pain are other symptoms.
On Memorial Day, I paid respect to the men and women who gave up their lives for my freedom, and upon reflection also realized that wives gave up their husbands, children gave up their dads, and mothers gave up their sons (and daughters) for my ability to be an American.
By Dr. Aumatma, a naturopathic doctor (N.D.) with 12 years of experience. Naturopathic medicine can help discover deeper issues contributing to a couple’s inability to conceive. Learn how the use of natural substances can help rebalance the body.
Thanksgiving is coming and we are “supposed” to be thankful. But what do you do if you aren’t feeling that way?
For many folks, the holidays are a time of joy and celebration. For others, however, it can be a time of great sadness, loss and stress. Here are a few suggestions on how to make it through.
By Dr. Mary Hinckley – Recent data reveals that gaining weight in the second trimester is critical for patients with twins. One RSCBA patient reveals her story in the Huffington Post of how she gained 70 pounds for a twin pregnancy.
Helpful information for patients to review to best prepare for a successful outcome for your upcoming treatment with our clinic provided by our physicians.
By Dr. Mary Hinckley – A recent meta-analysis from the American Journal of OB/Gyn (Feb 2014) showed that any amount of coffee consumption during pregnancy may increase the risk of childhood leukemia in offspring.