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Yes, you can exercise when you’re pregnant. In fact, we encourage it. However, you do need to exercise safely. Some physical activities ..read more
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Once you’re pregnant, your body requires extra-special attention when it comes to what you eat. While your health is always a primary ..read more
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The idea of “Summer Vacation” seems so dreamy before it starts, and then it can feel like an endless stream of days filled with ..read more
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While only 5% of all pregnant women experience preeclampsia, it’s a very serious diagnosis and puts you and you baby at high risk. ..read more
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Overlake OBGYN Blog by Overlake Obgyn - 3w ago
Roughly 10% of women who experience some degree of pelvic organ prolapse (POP),  fail to pursue any treatment at all. Others are ushered ..read more
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Summertime and pregnant living isn’t always easy. There’s record breaking heat in the Northwest, other women are cooling off in cute ..read more
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Are you thinking about switching from pads or tampons to a menstrual cup? Originally designed as an eco-friendly, affordable alternative ..read more
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Tired of Seeing Another Negative Pregnancy Test? Here are 9 signs it may be time to consult with a fertility specialist for infertility ..read more
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Gestational diabetes, also known as diabetes mellitus,  is a condition in which too much sugar stays in the blood rather than being used ..read more
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Overlake OBGYN Blog by Overlake Obgyn - 3w ago

The ability to adjust a woman’s hormones manually, via hormone replacement therapy (HRT), is very new in the larger scheme of human ..read more

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