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Our Baby Garden Journey

Our Baby Garden Journey

Told by Louis John’s and Leonard James’ mommy, Olivia Koepke It all started when I was 20 weeks pregnant with fraternal twin boys. We had our 20-week anatomy scan and learned Baby A was measuring a few days ahead of Baby B, while this was something worth watching, we...

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Veterans and medicine: a winning combination

Becoming a physician requires many things: determination, attention to detail, a strong work ethic and intelligence, just to name a few. Fortunately, all of our physicians at Women’s Health Specialists have all of these traits, but there are two people we’d like to...

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Gestational Diabetes Test and Treatment

“Between 24 and 28 weeks of your pregnancy you’ll be tested for gestational diabetes, which is a high blood sugar condition that a woman might develop during pregnancy,” says Dr. Tina Ramsey, an OB/GYN physician with Women’s Health Specialists.  “Although, if you’re...

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Getting The Flu Shot While Pregnant

Protecting Yourself And Your Baby From The Flu One of the biggest questions we get from expectant mothers during flu season is how to best protect themselves and their baby from the flu.  “The physicians at Women's Health Specialists follow the CDC’s recommendations...

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Symptoms and Treatment For Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic support problems are typically encountered by women who have had children and elderly women.  Pelvic organ prolapse occurs in women when the muscles of their pelvic floor are no longer able to support the pelvic organs.  “Many women have some degree of pelvic...

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A Look At The Dads In The Delivery Room

As an OB/GYN practice in the Fox Valley, we focus so heavily on women’s care topics and pregnancies, so with Father’s Day coming up we thought it’d be fun to take a look at the other person who is frequently in the delivery room – the father.  “I know exactly how...

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