INFORMATION AND UPDATES FOR PATIENTS AND VISITORS
/ April 03, 2020
/ March 30, 2020
Women who have been diagnosed with cancer should know how cancer treatment might impact their fertility. Cedars-Sinai fertility specialist Dr. Erica Wang explains more.
Many women use mobile apps that can track fertility and ovulation, but do these apps really help with getting pregnant? Dr. Jessica Chan, an OB-GYN at Cedars-Sinai, helps answer the question if fertility apps work and explains the pros ...
Condoms, IUDs, and birth control pills are awesome, but they aren't for everyone. The latest birth control methods include an old favorite: the diaphragm. Is it the right option for you?
The biggest misconception women have about exercising while pregnant is that they can't do it at all, says Dr. Keren Lerner, OB-GYN at Cedars-Sinai.
More and more gizmos are popping up to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles.
"There's no reason for a woman to feel guilty about getting this disease. It's just bad luck. It's not your fault."
Cedars-Sinai doctors and researchers share how recognizing sex differences can improve women's health.
In addition to must-haves, childbirth educator Carlie Baiocchi has tips for creating a warm and supportive atmosphere.
It wasn't all that long ago that doctors thought women with MS shouldn't get pregnant.
Most women who get gestational diabetes do well as long as it is adequately managed.
Wondering what to expect? Cedars-Sinai's Dr. Erica Wang answers some common questions.
We asked OB-GYN Dr. Matthew Siedhoff how women can get the most out of their least-favorite checkup.