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Zika Virus and Planning Pregnancy

If you are planning on getting pregnant in the near future, it’s important to know how to protect you and your baby from the Zika virus. The Zika virus is typically spread through the bite of an infected mosquito and can cause minor symptoms. However, the real concern arises when a woman who is pregnant contracts […]

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Classes and Resources for First Time Dads in Dallas

Becoming a first-time dad can conjure every emotion – from unbridled to joy to understandable nervousness. Mom may be doing the heavy lifting for a while, but it’s a good idea to prep yourself for your growing family. Whether you have a few baby-wrangling skills on hand or if you’ve never held a newborn, the Dallas […]

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Top 5 “Mommy and Me” Fitness Classes in Dallas

1. Oh Baby! Fitness Oh Baby! Fitness offers a variety of programs and is a partner of Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Liza ter Kuile, Fitness Operator and instructor for Oh Baby! Fitness in Dallas, has always had a passion for health. After experiencing postpartum depression with all three of her children, Liza was inspired to […]

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ThermiVA for Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is something lots of women fear every time they feel a sneeze coming on, cough or laugh. Incontinence also affects women while exercising or while performing any activity that involves jumping or bouncing. Surprisingly, women of all ages can experience incontinence. However, for most women, this normally happens post-pregnancy or during menopause. Incontinence […]

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ThermiVA For Post Pregnancy

Vaginal Tightening After Giving Birth Women’s bodies go through one of the greatest transformations during pregnancy and delivery. Almost everything changes both physically and emotionally. Women have to go through watching their hips widen, feet grow larger, getting bigger breasts, and having stretched skin. During vaginal birth, some women have a more difficult delivery based […]

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Puberty & Your Daughter

Puberty is triggered by a small gland at the bottom of your brain called the pituitary gland. As this gland begins releasing hormones, your daughter will start seeing many changes in her body: both physically and emotionally. Puberty typically occurs between the ages of 9 – 14, although this can vary depending on weight, health, […]

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How PCOS Affects Women

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a disorder in which a woman’s hormones are out of balance. Women who suffer from this disorder grow many small cysts on their ovaries causing an imbalance of hormones in the body. These imbalances have a large effect on a woman’s body, from fertility issues and irregular periods, to unwanted […]

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What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

For years, women have turned to the energy-based treatments offered by ThermiAesthetics to tighten skin, smooth wrinkles, and generally reduce the signs of aging. However, decisions about our appearance tend to be personal ones and none more so than the decision to pursue vaginal rejuvenation. We know that like so many other treatments, vaginal rejuvenation […]

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What Emotions to Expect During Menopause

If you find yourself on an emotional roller coaster, crying at the drop of a hat, overreacting to almost everything, and feeling like your world is spinning out of control as you experience unexpected highs followed by equally surprising lows —  you are not alone. Unless you have had a hysterectomy, you can expect to […]

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Quitting smoking while pregnant? Here are our best tips.

According to the American Pregnancy Association, 12 to 20 percent of pregnant women are smokers. Besides endangering her own health, a mom-to-be who still smokes also puts her baby’s health at risk. Tragically, more than 1,000 babies born in the United States die each year because their mothers smoked during pregnancy. Pregnant women who quit […]

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Beauty Myths for Pregnant Women

Having a baby is a beautiful thing that should never make you feel unpretty. As your baby belly grows, so does the list of things that are (supposedly) harmful to you and baby: pedicures, warm baths, and certain foods are just a few. If you aren’t sure how a relaxing pedicure after a long, exhausting day could […]

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