In response to the news of pregnant tennis star Serena Williams’ Australian Open win, CNN recently published an article on pregnancy and exercising including comments from maternal-fetal medicine expert Dr. Vincenzo Berghella.
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For decades, patients on dialysis have been counseled by their physician to wait until after a transplant to start or expand their families. However, a recent case study by Jefferson researchers raises questions about the “one size fits all” approach to pregnancy and dialysis.
Like most people, Rebecca Curry didn’t realize she had celiac disease. If left untreated, serious complications can result including additional autoimmune disorders, rashes, celiac-associated cancers and infertility or miscarriages. For women with celiac, a strict gluten-free diet is an absolute must, according to Dr. Anthony DiMarino.
According to a new study by Thomas Jefferson University researchers, when women in labor are given more time to deliver their baby than current guidelines recommend, their incidence of cesarean delivery drops by 55 percent.