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Common Pregnancy Discomforts and How to Address Them

Posted on Feb 14, 2019 in Blog, Obstetrics

During pregnancy, your body will go through a lot of changes as your baby grows and your hormones change. Along with the other common symptoms during pregnancy, you will often notice new aches and pains. Our providers have created a simple guide to help you cope with these discomforts.

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Understanding Your Pap Smear Results

Posted on Feb 14, 2019 in Blog, Gynecology, Services

The Pap test is an important screening procedure for cervical cancer. It is used primarily to detect abnormal, precancerous changes that may develop into cervical cancer unless treated. In some cases, the Pap test also will detect cancerous (malignant) cells before cervical cancer becomes visible to the naked eye.

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Diet and Nutrition During Your Pregnancy

Posted on Feb 14, 2019 in Blog, Obstetrics

Many women have questions as to what they should and shouldn’t eat during pregnancy, and we know it isn’t always easy finding reliable information on the internet. So, the practitioners at Elite Women’s Care have created a simplified guide to help you make educated nutritional decisions during your pregnancy!

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Genetic Testing at Elite Women’s Care

Posted on Feb 13, 2019 in Blog, Services

Elite Women’s Care has recently partnered with Progenity Labs, and will now be able to offer patients affordable options for genetic testing. Click to learn more!

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Over-the-Counter Medications That Are Safe to Take During Pregnancy

Posted on Feb 13, 2019 in Blog, Obstetrics

Here is a helpful list of recommended over-the-counter medications that are safe to take during all stages of pregnancy created by our practitioners.

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EWC Now Offers SneakPeek Clinical

Posted on Feb 12, 2019 in Blog, Obstetrics, Services

Elite Women’s Care is now offering SneakPeek Clinical in office at both of our locations. This service is an early gender determination done via a DNA detection test offered to women starting at 9 weeks into their pregnancy.

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