Obstetrics and Gynecology

Women's Health Library and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The information below is offered by the the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, information you can trust from the experts in women's health care.



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In the Health Blog
  • brunette female patient in hospital gown laying in bed with baby on her chest with a blanket around baby and a nurses gloved hand on baby's back. another hand is near mom's head for support

    Nurses take action by advocating for maternal mental health awareness

    Clinicians at UTMB Health are working to shine light on perinatal mood and anxiety disorder, to help moms understand the feelings they may encounter throughout pregnancy and the postpartum period.

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    Heart health during & after pregnancy: What women need to know

    Cardiologist Dr. Danielle El Haddad is at the helm of UTMB Health's new cardio-obstetrics program. In this interview she shares more about the program's history, who may qualify for this care and why it's important.

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