What to Expect During My Consultation with Casey Seiden MS, RD, CDN, DCES

Posted On: August 3, 2020 By CIW

Article Reviewed by: Casey Seiden MS, RD, CDN, DCES Meeting with a Registered Dietitian can come with a lot of benefits, especially during pregnancy. At Carnegie Imagine for Women, we offer dietitian services so you can get the care you need for a variety of concerns. If you’re considering scheduling an appointment, it can be helpful to know what to expect. Here

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How Do I Know If I Am In Labor?

Posted On: July 28, 2020 By CIW

During pregnancy, learning the signs of labor is one of the most important ways to prepare for birth. On the Healthful Woman podcast, Dr. Michelle Santoyo explained what she tells patients to look for regarding labor. Here are a few of the takeaways that you should know to determine whether it’s time to head to the

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What Does a Gynecological Ultrasound Show?

Posted On: July 22, 2020 By Ana Monteagudo, MD

What Does a Gynecological Ultrasound Show?

Sometimes, a pelvic ultrasound can be a beneficial part of your gynecological care. Although most people think of ultrasounds in terms of pregnancy, they can be used to accurately assess and diagnose many different things in your pelvic area even if you’re not pregnant. Here’s what to know about gynecological ultrasound and what to expect if your

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Confined Placental Mosaicism

Posted On: June 19, 2020 By Nathan D. Fox, MD

Confined Placental Mosaicism

Confined placental mosaicism (CPM) is a condition in which the placenta and the fetus each have a different chromosomal makeup. This condition is sometimes discovered via CVS testing. Confined placental mosaicism is a rare and often inconsequential condition which only affects about 1-2% of pregnancies.   What is CVS Testing?  CVS, of chorionic villus sampling, testing involves

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What to Know About Genetic and Chromosomal Conditions

Posted On: May 7, 2020 By Tamar Goldwaser, MD

Genes and chromosomes are an integral part of who we are and the things we carry on from our families. Although they’re responsible for making sure we look like our siblings and parents, they can also be responsible for factors like your health and predisposition to certain conditions. Genetic and chromosomal conditions can have a life-long effect on

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