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Infertility is the inability to become pregnant. It can have many causes, both physical and emotional, and can occur because of problems in the woman, man, or both....
Infertility is the inability to become pregnant. It can have many causes, both physical and emotional, and can occur because of problems in the woman, man, or both. It is...
Infertility is the inability of a man and a woman to conceive a child after one year of unprotected intercourse. Infertility affects 10-15% of couples. It can be caused by...
If you are pregnant, COVID-19 is probably on your mind, and we understand that you may have some concerns. In this FAQ, we hear from Todd Jenkins, MD, director of Women’s Reproductive Health Care...
Congenital pulmonary airway malformations (CPAM), previously known as congenital cystic adenomatoid malformation (CCAM), is a non-cancerous, cystic mass that forms in...
Vulvar cancer is a rare type of cancer that forms in a woman’s external genital organs. It most often forms on the outer lips of the vagina or on the labia, the folds of skin...
ABOUT UAB MEDICINE OBGYN SERVICES As part of the UAB Division of Women's Reproductive Healthcare, our services range from complete obstetric care to the medical and...
When we found out we were expecting twins, we were nervous about the usual things you expect when you first hear the word “twins”: twice the feedings, twice the diapers, and twice the sleepless...
During the second or third trimester of pregnancy, a woman may experience problems caused by excessive protein in the urine, high blood pressure and edema (swelling). This...
Pregnancy is a period of approximately 41 weeks during which a woman carries a fetus inside of her. In most cases, the fetus grows inside the uterus (womb). Pregnancy is...
Premature births, or prematurity, occur when babies are born before the completion of 37 weeks of pregnancy. Some half-million babies are born prematurely in the United...
Pregnancy & Congenital Heart Clinic Pregnancy creates a unique strain on a woman’s body and on the heart in particular. Women born with heart defects need...
A high-risk pregnancy is any pregnancy where there could be health problems for mother or baby. And while the term “high risk” sounds scary, it simply means that extra special...
In about 4 percent of all pregnancies, women who have never before had diabetes will develop high blood sugar (glucose) levels. This is known as gestational diabetes. During...
A Cesarean section, or C-section, is a surgery performed to deliver a baby through the mother's lower abdomen, usually when unexpected problems develop during delivery. These...
Overview Benefits Common Challenges Common Questions Guide to Breastfeeding Resources For Friends & Family UAB Women and...
The UAB Division of Maternal and Fetal Medicine is one of the nation's top programs of its kind, providing high-risk obstetric care with the most advanced diagnostic services and treatments...
A woman's uterus resides in the pelvis, supported by various muscles and ligaments. When these muscles stretch and become weakened, the pelvic floor gives way and the uterus...
WOMEN’S FAQ: COVID-19 EDITION