Will I Pass My STI to My Child?

It is possible to pass a sexually transmitted infection (STI) to your child. In fact, the CDC stated that the number of babies born with syphilis was ten times higher in 2022 than ten years ago. They also say timely testing and treatment during pregnancy might have prevented almost 9 out of 10 cases. Syphilis,

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How Does an Ultrasound Work?

An ultrasound is a harmless scan that uses sound waves to create an image of what’s happening inside your body. If you’re pregnant, getting an ultrasound is vital for your health and safety..  Read on to learn more about what to expect during an ultrasound and why you need one during pregnancy. Are you looking

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3 Reasons Ultrasounds Are Needed Before an Abortion

If planning to terminate an unexpected pregnancy by medical or surgical abortion, an ultrasound may seem like an unnecessary step in the process. However, an ultrasound as part of pre-abortion preparation is crucial for your health and safety. Confirm Viability Why is it important to confirm that the embryo or fetus has a heartbeat before

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What is Ectopic Pregnancy?

Upon learning you’re pregnant, you may be feeling a variety of emotions: excitement, nervousness, uncertainty, etc. There may be many questions on your mind, many of them having to do with the health of your pregnancy.  It’s important to stay up-to-date on the facts and learn about possible complications, including ectopic pregnancy. Where is an

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Reasons To Take Advantage of Low-Cost STI Testing

An STI is a sexually transmitted pathogenic infection that can be passed from one person to another unintentionally and unknowingly. They are spread through sexual contact and can be transmitted from mother to baby during pregnancy and birth or through shared needles.  Protect your health today by being sure of where your sexual health stands.

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Can Women Still Receive Treatment for Miscarriage and Ectopic Pregnancy?

The reversal of Roe v. Wade left women questioning if they would receive necessary medical treatment if the need arose. Rest assured, treatment for women in life-threatening circumstances is still readily available. Did the Supreme Court’s Ruling Impact Life-Saving Treatment for Women? The Court’s recent overturning has not impacted life-saving care and treatment for women.

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