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There were 150 Ob/Gyns in attendance at The 68th Annual Georgia OB/Gyn Society Meeting this past weekend, held by the Georgia OBGyn Society at The Cloisters in Sea Island, Ga. where Dr. Scott was promoted to President Elect. His term for this prestigious organization will start August 2019.
Dekalb Women’s Specialists in conjunction with Emory Decatur Hospital encourages patients to communicate with their Primary Care Physicians (Internal Medicine or Family Practice) by telephone if feeling sick with fever, cough or shortness of breath even if you are pregnant. It is very important that you call with your symptoms prior to going to any health care provider office so that they can direct your care. Dekalb Women’s Specialists does not offer testing for Coronavirus. Go to CDC.gov for detailed information on COVID-19 prevention and what to do if you feel ill.
GA hotline for COVID19 updates and info: 844-442-2681
If you struggle with your weight, you’re already tired of hearing about weight loss secrets, seeing ads on TV about how to lose weight, or getting well-meaning advice from friends and family. Shut all of that out, and focus instead on these 12 untrue assumptions about weight loss that may actually be the best way to silence the weight loss cacophony.
Whether you are planning to become pregnant or gifted with a surprise, taking prenatal vitamins will only benefit you and your baby. DeKalb Women’s Specialists suggests these 4 prenatal vitamins you need in order to prepare your body for a healthy baby.
Lori has lost 105 pounds since she has started DeKalb Women’s Specialists’s physician directed weight loss program!
Not the same thing as the familiar term “baby blues,” postpartum depression is a truly serious health issue, and according to the National Institute of Health, 15% of new mothers can suffer from it. If you have recently given birth, or know someone who has, remain mindful of these postpartum depression symptoms and support options.
We all know that exercise is one of the most beneficial ways to relieve stress, even though we sometimes don’t want to do it. Those who live with endometriosis often find that exercise also works for their painful symptoms as it releases endorphins, which help to ease and slow pain. Let’s look at why, and the ways, exercising to improve symptoms of endometriosis may work for you.
If you decide to vacation, visit old friends, or must travel for work, pregnancy shouldn’t stop you from flying or driving to your destination. As long as you are having a normal pregnancy and you have gotten the OK from DeKalb Women’s Specialists, travel is generally approved and safe, but there are some caveats.
DeKalb Women’s Specialists is so proud to announce that Dr. Scott was inaugurated as the 69th President of the Georgia Ob/Gyn Society! The Georgia Ob/Gyn Society is the voice for women’s healthcare in Georgia.