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What To Expect With Pregnancy Weight Gain

What To Expect With Pregnancy Weight Gain

You’re probably wondering if gaining weight during pregnancy is normal. Don’t worry. Pregnancy weight gain is completely normal. A slow and.

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Is End Of Pregnancy Weight Loss Normal?

Is End Of Pregnancy Weight Loss Normal?

Occasionally, women lose weight towards the end of their pregnancies. Gwinnett OBGYN rated one of the best.

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What Is A 3D Ultrasound?

What Is A 3D Ultrasound?

A 3D ultrasound in Snellville, GA, is routinely done when there's a need to see three-dimensional images of a growing baby in the womb. It's a step.

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Baby Blues Vs. Postpartum Depression

Baby Blues Vs. Postpartum Depression

The joyous moment of motherhood can be overshadowed by mood swings, anxiety, and depression. The feeling of sadness, resentment, or anger are just.

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Choose The Best OBGYN In Snellville, GA For Your Ultrasounds

Choose The Best OBGYN In Snellville, GA For Your Ultrasounds

Ultrasound is a type of test that utilizes high-frequency sound waves, allowing the technician to see inside your uterus. The test sends sound waves into.

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Fertility And Why Age Matters

Fertility And Why Age Matters

In the same way that wrinkles and joint ailments are related to aging, infertility is.

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Latest WSB News Channel 2 Story Featuring Dr. Iloabuchi About Vaccinations And Pregnancy

Latest WSB News Channel 2 Story Featuring Dr. Iloabuchi About Vaccinations And Pregnancy

Gwinnett is happy to share that Dr. Iloabuchi and one of her patients were recently featured on WSB News Channel 2. Dr. Iloabuchi discusses vaccinations and.

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The Latest Advancements In Ultrasound Imaging

The Latest Advancements In Ultrasound Imaging

Gwinnett OB-Gyn Associates, the leader in women’s healthcare in the Snellville and Atlanta areas for over 45 years, now offers 3D and 4D ultrasound.

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International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month: Learning of Maternal Immunization

International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month: Learning of Maternal Immunization

International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month is held every February to bring attention to the diseases and infections a mother can pass on to the child..

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January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

It's January, time for National Birth Defects Prevention Month. It's time to raise awareness of all of the different types of birth defects that can happen.

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AIDS Awareness Month

AIDS Awareness Month

We know you're busy, but we'd love it if you'd take a seat and spend a few minutes with us to read about a topic many women think will never affect them:.

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Prematurity Awareness Month

Prematurity Awareness Month

Over 200,000 of the babies born each year in the United States are born prematurely. Prematurity is defined as birth before 37 weeks gestational age. That.

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In October, we reflect on those we love who are fighting the battle against breast cancer, as well as those we have.

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Let's Talk About Sexual Health Awareness

Let's Talk About Sexual Health Awareness

Happy September, everyone! This month let’s talk about sexual health and you. .

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Let’s Celebrate The Amazing Benefits Of Breastfeeding

Let’s Celebrate The Amazing Benefits Of Breastfeeding

Throughout August, National Breastfeeding Month, the world is celebrating the amazing benefits of breastfeeding, while continuing to build awareness and.

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Cord Blood Awareness Month: The Superpowers Of Newborn Stem Cells

Cord Blood Awareness Month: The Superpowers Of Newborn Stem Cells

July is one of our favorite months of the year! Why do you ask? It is time to celebrate Cord Blood Awareness Month and spread the word about the impressive.

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How To Help Prevent Alzheimer’s: Eat A Mediterranean Diet

How To Help Prevent Alzheimer’s: Eat A Mediterranean Diet

Alzheimer's disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that evolves from mild confusion to personality changes. Moreover, it can ultimately.

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During COVID-19, Your Pregnancy Questions Answered

During COVID-19, Your Pregnancy Questions Answered

Is it safe for pregnant women to deliver at Gwinnett Ob/Gyn? .

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Happy 20th Anniversary National Women's Health Week

Happy 20th Anniversary National Women's Health Week

Eat healthy. Stay active. And get some sleep. Most important? Start today! Our federal government's Office on Women's Health created National Women's Health.

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Why National Infertility Awareness Week Is Important

Why National Infertility Awareness Week Is Important

As National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) is approaching, we want to take a few moments to recognize the 

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Support Endometriosis Awareness Month

Support Endometriosis Awareness Month

Endometriosis is a commonly misdiagnosed and misunderstood condition. It just recently came into the public sphere from conversations shared online by.

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The 4 Most Common Prenatal Infections

The 4 Most Common Prenatal Infections

The month of February is International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month — a worldwide observance promoting awareness of common infections.

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January Is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

January Is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month — about 13,000 women in the United States are treated for cervical cancer each year. However, the disease is.

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The 6 Most Popular Yoga Workouts

The 6 Most Popular Yoga Workouts

Every yoga class shares the guiding principle: listen to your body. There’s something to this golden rule that resonates powerfully throughout health.

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How To Choose A Method Of Contraception

How To Choose A Method Of Contraception

Have you spent hours worrying about what method of contraception would work best for you? Perhaps, wondering what the side effects might be? Trying to.

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Experiencing Moodiness? It May Be Your Estrogen Levels Dropping During Perimenopause.

Experiencing Moodiness? It May Be Your Estrogen Levels Dropping During Perimenopause.

Most women transition into menopause without experiencing depression. However, many have reported symptoms of moodiness, such as a depressed mood, anxiety,.

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Have A Healthy Pregnancy - 7 Signs of Pre-Labor

Have A Healthy Pregnancy - 7 Signs of Pre-Labor

Every woman's labor is unique, even from one pregnancy to the next. Being aware of what to expect can help you to have an enjoyable and safe pregnancy. On.

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Abnormal Bleeding For Women

Abnormal Bleeding For Women

Unexpected Bleeding or Spotting? Make an Appointment with Your OB-GYN Today. .

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Why is Gwinnett Ob/Gyn the Best?

Why is Gwinnett Ob/Gyn the Best?

At Gwinnett Ob/Gyn, we are at the forefront of women's healthcare. .

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First Teen GYN Exam

First Teen GYN Exam

Traci C Johnson, MD, FACOG .

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Exercise in pregnancy, is it Ok or not OK?

Exercise in pregnancy, is it Ok or not OK?

Women are much more aware of their health these days than ever before, even more so during pregnancy. In pregnancy women tend to be highly motivated to make.

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Trying to conceive? Tips by a Gynecologist

Trying to conceive? Tips by a Gynecologist

Jessica is 29. She recently married the love of her life and now contemplating pregnancy next year. She has no health issues. No one in her family has.

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