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OB/GYN Articles

Epidurals: Need It or Leave It?

According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 60 percent of women who had vaginal deliveries received an epidural during labor. With the number of women receiving epidurals nearly equaling the number of women who don’t, it’s truly a personal preference. There are many questions surrounding epidurals and we’re providing you with all the … Read

Personalized Infertility Treatment at Walnut Hill

Infertility is the inability to achieve pregnancy following 12 months of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. While 60 percent of couples will conceive without medical assistance within six months of trying, one out of every eight couples struggles with infertility issues. Walnut Hill offers a personalized approach to the infertility treatment process and has an experienced … Read

TTC: Trying To Conceive Terminology

When you’re trying to conceive, or TTC, you may find yourself reading up on the latest fertility blogs and forums. But, times have changed and many blogs and forums have developed their own lingo, abbreviating or creating acronyms for pregnancy, fertility, and infertility terms. You probably feel lost and confused while doing your research. To … Read

What You Need to Know About ThermiVa

For years, women have undergone cosmetic surgery for a variety of rejuvenating treatments. The non-surgical, energy-based treatments offered by ThermiAesthetics have allowed women to take back control of their bodies without going under the knife. ThermiVa is an in-office, non-surgical procedure that sends controlled thermal energy to the external and internal vaginal tissues. The temperature-controlled … Read

How Twins Changed My Life

Five and a half years ago, Dr. Hampton B. Richards and his wife, Rachel, were blessed with twin boys. Dr. Richards is a second-generation partner of Walnut Hill OBGYN, specializing in high-risk pregnancy, infertility, operative laparoscopy, resolution of heavy periods, operative hysteroscopy, and minimally invasive surgery. Rachel was a Nurse Supervisor in the Neonatal ICU. … Read

The Flu Shot During Pregnancy: Myths Debunked

Pregnant women are faced with so many decisions. If your due date is around flu season, deciding whether or not to get the flu shot is probably at the top of your mind. There are a lot of varying opinions and myths surrounding getting the flu shot during pregnancy, and it can be easy to … Read

National Baby Safety Month: Preventing Falls

September is National Baby Safety Month. This safety month is an annual campaign sponsored by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Associate (JPMA). Each year’s campaign brings awareness to the safe selection and proper use of baby products to prevent injuries. This year’s focus is all about preventing fall-related injuries. Read these safety tips to help keep … Read

Welcoming Dr. Sooyeon Choi, M.D. to Walnut Hill

Walnut Hill is honored to introduce the newest member of our team, Dr. Sooyeon Choi, M.D. Dr. Choi recently completed a fellowship in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and will be taking patients full time starting in August 2017. “It’s not just a job, it’s my passion and part of my identity, … Read

How Deliveries Have Changed over the Years

Here at Walnut Hill, our staff has been in practice for over 100 years combined. With that experience comes stories of lives changed, countless procedures, and even seeing how deliveries have changed over the years. In this video, we interview Dr. John Bertrand, who is in his 38th year of practice as an OBGYN physician, … Read

Walnut Hill’s Own Katie Neely Shares Her Pregnancy Story

Katie Neely is a women’s health nurse practitioner at Walnut Hill. She spends her days at the office guiding patients through the entire pregnancy process. However, this past year, Neely’s role was reversed as she became the patient while expecting her first child. Our very own Dr. Julie Hagood and Dr. Jane Nokleberg helped her … Read