Kathryn G. Flory, M.D. and Leslee J. Jaeger, M.D., both OB/GYNs at Voyage Healthcare and physician partners for 27 years, recently traveled to Haiti to volunteer for a medical mission week. While they were working at the hospital performing gynecologic surgeries, a woman presented to the maternity unit with severe hypertension and pre-eclampsia.
March is women’s history month! Here at Voyage Healthcare, we’re celebrating women’s history in the medical field.
Here’s a quick look at how far we’ve come, and where we are today.
Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross
If you’ve recently scheduled your first prenatal visit, you probably have a few questions. Are there documents you should bring to your first appointment? How often will you be seeing the doctor over the next nine months?
Here’s a guide to planning your prenatal visits, plus a few tips to help you prepare for your first appointment. It’s going to be a busy but exciting nine months, so this guide will help you keep things simple.
You need to feel comfortable with your prenatal care.
Many women hesitate to switch providers during a pregnancy. However, it’s important to find the care that’s right for you and your baby.
Here are three signs it’s time to switch providers.
According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, about 15-20% of women will experience bleeding during their first trimester of pregnancy. Bleeding during pregnancy can be caused by a variety of factors. Here are 5 common reasons you may experience bleeding, plus some guidelines for when to contact your doctor. Remember, when in doubt, reach out to your healthcare provider.