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Throwback Thursday: Mother’s Day

Mother's Day holds a special place in our hearts. In fact, many of our doctors say that the most rewarding part of their job is witnessing a mom and baby bond right after birth. Moms are certainly the unsung heroes who help us navigate through life. Take a second to think about all of the little… Read More

Thank You, Nurses!

The nurses at Women's Health Specialists are truly special people. Their dedication to patients is remarkable and we couldn't do our jobs without them. Please join us in wishing our beloved nurse teams a happy nurses' day, part of National Nurses' Week! (more…) Read More

Preparing Your Daughter for Her First Period

  By Dr. Amy Schmidt, MD   Your little girl is growing up! Signs of her age are apparent from simply observing changes that begin to happen before she even gets her first period. Most girls start to menstruate between ages 10 and 15 years old, with an average age of 12. But, changes often… Read More

Family Fertility

Welcome to Family Fertility, a program of Women’s Health Specialists.  Here at Family Fertility we have the privilege of partnering with you and your OB doctor to make your dream of growing your family a reality. You are not alone.  Lots of people struggle with growing their families.  Infertility is typically defined as the inability… Read More

Breastfeeding Safety

Many new moms choose to breastfeed their babies, but just like the "do's and don'ts" of pregnancy, you might have some questions about breastfeeding. Here are some helpful tips from our lactation specialist, Molly O'Neill, to keep in mind throughout your breastfeeding journey.   Read More

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