Tag Archives: Pavilion For Women

Common infertility myths part 2

Roughly 12 percent of those in the reproductive-age population are affected by infertility. There are a lot of myths floating around about infertility. Below are some of the most common … Full Entry »

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From fetal anemia to healthy blood cells

On Dec. 29, 2014, my husband and I were eagerly waiting in the office for our appointment with Dr. Karsan. We had just finished an ultrasound and we were excited … Full Entry »

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PCOS 101

What is polycystic ovarian syndrome? Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a spectrum of clinical disorders that currently affects up to 8 percent of reproductive-age females. The condition is associated with … Full Entry »

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My infertility story

Years ago I wondered if I would ever successfully carry a pregnancy. I’d had a miscarriage, two surgeries, countless ultrasounds and many infertility treatments without success, and doubt began to … Full Entry »

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Baby Friendly Hospital Designation: What does it mean for Texas Children’s Pavilion for Women?

This post was co-authored by Nancy Hurst, director of Women’s Support Services and Lynda Tyer-Viola, director over Women’s Services. After several years of preparation and training, Texas Children’s Hospital received … Full Entry »

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