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Alison Robinson Sep 18
Eeeeek 1st day working at RLI today, same job different hospital, closer to home 😁
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Michelle Lavin 12h
"majority of deaths are from conditions that could have been prevented had women received the right medical care throughout their pregnancies and during birth. Severe bleeding and infections after childbirth are the biggest killers"
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Aspen New Voices 29m
Inspired by someone’s passion for and ? Nominate them to be in the next cohort of Fellows here:
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Hudson Regional Hospital 8m
Tomorrow is National Women's Health and Fitness Day! How are you celebrating? We have a few ideas on how you could spend some time taking care of yourself!
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Haseem 🌈 1h
Replying to @haseemuzzaman
I learnt a few things about from this. But two stood out. "The first thing the doctor asked us was if I bled a lot, and I remember the tears that stung my eyes as she validated the pain I’d felt for so many years." 2/
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My Choices 37m
We are here for you. We want to help you however we can with what you have going on in life. Call us for an appointment at (360) 452-3309.
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The Powderpuff Room 9h
So I’m having to have a laparoscopy for endometriosis and a uterus polyp, and a biopsy for uterus thickening. I know this isn’t something people really talk about but it’s taken 7 years for me to get here! 1/3
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Laiah Idelson 2h
44% of Republican voters, and 64% of all voters, support insurers being *required* to cover . Seems like politicians are more interested in politicizing than the voters.
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Janani Param 3h
Tech in has evolved from and egg freezing to for tracking periods like , contraction monitors like and in labs to diagnose . The future is !
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FemiClear 1h
We know that yeast infections are often times embarrassing to talk about. FemiClear is available on Amazon to ease the awkward retail counter encounter. Pick up FemiClear now and be stocked up.
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Marissa Fayer 5m
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PrEP Delco 2h
“PrEP is powerful because it gives women the absolute choice.”
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Hurne Chiropractic 1h
Remember to lift with your legs, keep the object close to your body and as directly in front of you as possible, and do not twist.
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Power Over Periods 9h
One weeks difference, no diets, no exercise. This is the reality of how bad can get for those with / which causes extreme symptoms of
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NY State of Health 3h
What are some fun activities that motivate you to make smart healthy choices? Celebrate National by challenging the women in your life to live a healthier lifestyle!
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Nature Coast Health Care 3h
A Pap smear is a form of cancer screening that checks for signs of cancer in the cervix. Pap smears help doctors identify cervical changes before they can become cancer. If these signs are caught, cervical cancer can be treated effectively.
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Ruslana Kadze, MD, MS, FACOG 3h
Most women need a Pap test every 3 – 5 years, depending on their family and medical history. Don’t skip this important and simple test, which can play a major role in detecting and preventing cervical cancer.
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Elvie 4h
Whether you're post-partum or going through the menopause if you're suffering with lack of bladder control Elvie Trainer can help! Shop now with a 20% discount - use ETRAINER20 at check out
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Alternatives MC 4h
Our mobile unit is in from 9 am until 2 pm today! Come stop by, no appointment necessary.
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bpas 12h
Should you take a break from the pill? Great myth busting piece here with our lead contraceptive nurse Tracey Forsyth
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