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Reserve Your Spot at 2840 at Dukessa’s Easter Lunch

We are so excited to once again partner with 2840 Dukessa for our annual Bloom event.There’s no secret here :: We LOVE 2840 at Dukessa! We met our newest contributors here back in January. They are the location of our next MOMS ONLY event :: Bloom : A Celebration of Motherhood and we couldn’t be […]

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Let's Talk about Sex {While Pregnant), Baby! | Houston Moms Blog

Let’s Talk about Sex {While Pregnant}, Baby!

As an OB/GYN and high risk pregnancy specialist, there is one topic that my pregnant patients rarely ever discuss with me. It is a topic that I am sure every woman thinks about during pregnancy. Sex! I don’t blame them, though. During a routine prenatal visit so many other things are being discussed that I […]

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Dark Circles and Double Chins :: Why Moms Should Be in the Picture Anyway | Houston Moms Blog

Dark Circles and Double Chins :: Why Moms Should Be in the Picture Anyway

  I am no stranger to self-image issues. As many teenage girls do, I went through my fair share of crying into dressing room mirrors when the swimsuit didn’t look like it did on the model in the ad, or when the smallest size wasn’t big enough. I also spent a majority of my formative years immersed in the uncultured world of […]

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss {In Remembrance}

In October of 1988, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October 15 as National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Remembrance Day. This day recognizes the loss so many parents’ experience all over the world. It is also meant to inform and provide resources for parents who have lost children due to miscarriage, eptopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy, stillbirths, birth […]

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I am an OB/GYN:: This is What EVERY Woman Should Know About Pregnancy and Delivery | Houston Moms Blog

I am an OB/GYN :: This is What EVERY Woman Should Know About Pregnancy and Delivery

As an OB/GYN and high-risk pregnancy specialist, I get called, texted and emailed nearly daily by friends, friends of friends, coworkers and family members with questions about various issues surrounding pregnancy and delivery. I make it a policy to answer truthfully and directly and always make sure whoever is asking the question is prepared for […]

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