WHY A HYSTERECTOMY MAY BE UNNECESSARY
A hysterectomy is a surgery that permanently removes a woman’s uterus. Once the uterus is removed, she can no longer become pregnant. Hysterectomy is the second most common surgery performed on women in the United States, just after C-section. About 10% of hysterectomies are needed to remove life-threatening uterine cancer. However, many are performed for non-cancerous conditions that could potentially be treated by other, less invasive methods. Read more here!
HEARTBURN AND GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE IN PREGNANCY
Like most pregnant women, you are probably aware that heartburn is a common occurrence during pregnancy. Perhaps, you already suffer from it yourself. Sometimes, it is unclear whether that burning sensation in the center of the chest is heartburn or not. One thing is clear though. Heartburn has nothing to do with your heart! Read our blogs on The Pulse here and here, available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!
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VAGINAL DISCHARGE DURING PREGNANCY
A woman’s body goes through many physical and hormonal changes during pregnancy, as we discuss here. Some of these changes are expected, but others may come as a surprise. Changes in vaginal discharge are common during pregnancy. These changes are rarely discussed openly and can be confusing to pregnant women. Read more here!
MY PREGNANCY PHOTO GALLERY
Pregistry.com has many free useful tools to help you during your pregnancy. One example is our Photo Gallery, where you can upload photos of your growing bump and add text to remember what it was like to be pregnant at that time. Then, generate a beautiful video with our exclusive tool and save it or share it with friends and family. All for free! Learn more here!