The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology offers patient education resources such as child birth classes and pregnancy-related information and access to women's health resources including a program to alleviate peri/menopause symptoms.
Massachusetts General Hospital offers a variety of classes and other educational resources to help new and expectant parents prepare for childbirth and early parenthood.
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General Health Questions
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Mind Body skills training for peri/menopause provides individual training designed to reduce stress and enhance resiliency. Our self-care strategies have been shown to relieve symptoms commonly associated with this transition.
Bleeding is common during the first three months (12 weeks) of pregnancy and may or may not be a sign of a problem.
Find answers to the most common questions we hear from our patients.
For your convenience and consideration, we have listed a number of medications that with reasonable, necessary and sparing use are permitted during pregnancy.
Find tips to relieve some of the minor discomforts you may experience during your pregnancy including cramping, backaches, cold and fly symptoms, swollen feet and pressure under the rib cage.
Read a guide to some of the basic questions you may find yourself asking about nutrition in pregnancy.
Information from the March of Dimes for those thinking about getting pregnant, being pregnant and beyond.