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COVID-19 and Pregnancy

The information on this page on Coronavirus Disease 2019 – COVID‑19 – comes directly from the CDC website. Check that for the most current information on COVID‑19, as well as the Wyoming Department of Health website for updates on COVID‑19 in Wyoming. Because COVID‑19 is a new disease, scientists are still learning about its effects on people

What You Should Know About High Blood Pressure

At every appointment, we check your blood pressure, reading off numbers of something over something that may or may not have any meaning to you. Because your blood pressure goes up and down – the stress over a particular appointment could send it higher – we check it at every appointment. This gives us an

The Importance of Cervical Cancer Screening

January is cervical cancer awareness month, and it wouldn’t be complete without making sure you understand the importance of regular cervical cancer screening. Cervical cancer screening, which is commonly known as the Pap test or Pap smear, is used to find changes in the cells of your cervix that could lead to cervical cancer. With

Understanding Postpartum Depression

When you have a baby, you expect to have feelings of joy and excitement over your new arrival. But what does it mean if you don’t? Postpartum Depression vs. the Baby Blues After childbirth, you may feel depressed, anxious, or upset for no reason. These feelings could be toward the new baby, your partner, your

The Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy

Influenza – or the flu – is more than just a bad cold. Symptoms come on suddenly and can include fever, headache, extreme fatigue, muscle aches, coughing, and sore throat. The flu can lead to complications such as pneumonia or bronchitis. If you are pregnant, a high fever could lead to birth defects in your

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4 Breast Changes that Aren't Cancer

Four Breast Changes You Might Notice That Aren’t Related to Cancer

Because October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we thought we would repost this guide to changes you might see in your breasts that are NOT related to breast cancer. As always, if you notice anything unusual and you’re not sure of the cause, don’t hesitate to make an appointment with your doctor. Your breasts

Becoming Pregnant When You Are Obese

Extra weight that puts you into the category of being obese can lead to health problems. Becoming pregnant when you are obese can lead to health problems for both you AND your baby. Obesity is defined as having a body mass index (BMI) over 30. Don’t know your BMI? You can find out by entering

When You Are Experiencing Abnormal Bleeding

Menstrual periods are usually a pain, which makes abnormal bleeding that much worse. Uterine bleeding in these situations is usually considered to be abnormal: Bleeding or spotting between periods Bleeding or spotting after sex Heavy bleeding during your period that soaks through one or more tampons or pads every hour for several hours in a

Postterm Pregnancy: When Your Pregnancy Goes Past Your Due Date

You have been waiting for nine months to hold your baby in your arms, and your due date has come and gone. Now what? The average length of pregnancy is 280 days, or 40 weeks. This countdown starts from the first day of your last menstrual period. A pregnancy that lasts 41 weeks up to

Get Moving: The Health Advantages of Physical Activity

Physical activity involves getting up off your couch or out of your office chair and moving your body around. Getting regular physical activity benefits your body in a number of ways: Strengthens your muscles Increases your flexibility Gives you more energy Helps control your weight Leads to building and maintaining strong bones Helps prevent or


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