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Pavilion for Women's Blog provides important perspective on women's health from the same voices that care for our patients at Texas Children's Pavilion for Women.
- My living champion: Fetoscopic surgery to repair spina bifida
- From Georgia to Houston: Our spina bifida fetal surgery journey
- What are the differences between the NICUs in the Pavilion for Women and West Tower?
- Placenta accreta: How our multidisciplinary team saves lives
- Meet our physicians: Dr. Susan Raine
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- Dr. Jennifer Dietrich (10)
- Dr. Nancy Hurst (7)
- Dr. Nina Ali (7)
- Jennifer Kurkowski (6)
- Dr. Steven Abrams (5)
- Dr. Laurie Swaim (4)
- Dr. Patricia G. Bondurant DNP, RN (4)
- Dr. Sina Haeri (3)
- Dr. Susan Raine (3)
- Texas Children's Pavilion for Women (3)
- Dr. Stephen Welty (3)
- Dr. Xiaoming Guan (3)
- Shelly Lopez Gray, Clinical Nurse Coordinator (3)
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Category Archives: Obstetrics and Gynecology
Low libido is a highly common complaint among menopausal women. Combine that with an aging population and the result is an unprecedented number of women out there searching for therapies … Full Entry
When your doctor asks you what medications you’re taking, do you mention your vitamins and supplements?
According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention an estimated 7.3 million people are affected by infertility in the United States. That’s roughly 12 percent of the reproductive-age population. … Full Entry
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month, a 30-day campaign aimed at saving and improving lives by providing the latest information on this deadly disease.
If you haven’t heard by now, this new drug is making headlines as a treatment for women with low sexual desire.