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  • After a Vaginal Birth

    After having a baby, your body may be very tired and it can take time to recover. You may stay in the hospital or birth center from 1 to 4 days. In some cases, you may be able to go home the same day.

  • After Bypass Surgery: Visits with Your Healthcare Team

    After your artery bypass surgery, expect to have regular follow-up visits with your healthcare team.

  • After Heart Valve Surgery

    For the first 6 to 8 weeks after surgery, you'll gain a little more energy and strength each day. Your doctor will discuss what you can and can't do as you recover.

  • Anatomy of the Vulva

    The vulva is the outer part of the female reproductive system. It's also called the external genitalia.

  • Atrophic Vaginitis

    Atrophic vaginitis means the walls of your vagina have become thin. This happens when your body makes too little of the hormone estrogen. Menopause or surgical removal of the ovaries are the most common causes for a drop in estrogen. Breastfeeding can also cause the hormone level to drop.

  • Baby's Care After a Vaginal Delivery

    Healthy babies born in a vaginal delivery are usually able to stay with the mother. In many cases, immediate newborn assessments are performed right in the mother's room.

  • Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

    This is a common condition. You feel as if the room is spinning after changing position, moving your head quickly, or even just rolling over in bed.

  • Blurred Vision

    Blurred vision is when your vision is no longer sharp and you can’t see small details. Any vision changes, whether sudden or over time, should be checked out by an eye specialist.

  • Bronchitis with Wheezing (Adult)

    Bronchitis is an infection of the air passages. It often occurs during a cold and is usually caused by a virus.

  • Car Safety

    Detailed information on car safety