Regular mammograms are still the best way to detect breast cancer early. There are other options that your doctor may recommend depending on your individual needs. We wrote about some of these alternatives in a previous blog article, Choices in … [Read more...] about Cancer is Not Quarantined – Check Your Breasts
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Our bodies do weird things sometimes that don’t make sense. One of the strangest is phantom kicking. Your menstrual cycle is the same, you haven’t been intimate lately, or you otherwise know for a fact that you’re not pregnant. So why do you keep … [Read more...] about Am I Really Feeling Baby Kicks When I’m Not Pregnant?
Pelvic floor disorders affect the connective tissue, ligaments, and muscles found in the lowest region of the pelvis. They are responsible for supporting organs like the vagina, uterus, bladder, rectum, and bowel. While it may not be discussed as … [Read more...] about What Are Pelvic Floor Disorders?
You have many decisions ahead of you. One of the earliest you will have to make in your pregnancy is when to start telling people that you are expecting. This is typically an exciting time and one that should be surrounded by positivity and joy. … [Read more...] about When Should I Start Telling People That I Am Pregnant?
The start of the school year is a good time to reflect on the pressures on teenagers. Michigan State University recently published an article about the pressures on teen with sex and pregnancy. Click this link to read more. Dr. Marcotte shares two … [Read more...] about Teen Coercion for Sex and Pregnancy