5 things you need to know about pregnancy after breast cancer

Today, more and more women are surviving breast cancer, which means more and more are concerned about what life after treatment looks like. It’s a problem created by our own success — because more women are surviving, we’re now looking for ways to support them as they get back to their lives post-cancer. Fighting cancer … Continue reading 5 things you need to know about pregnancy after breast cancer

Endometriosis: Why Dr. Drew Pinsky Got it Wrong

Recently Dr. Drew Pinksy, a board-certified internist, addiction medicine specialist, and radio and television personality, has caused a bit of a firestorm online among women’s health advocates. During a radio podcast of his talk show several weeks ago, he made some controversial remarks about pelvic health. In short, he said that chronic pelvic pain, like … Continue reading Endometriosis: Why Dr. Drew Pinsky Got it Wrong

Infertility: Find out what it is, how it’s diagnosed, and Scott & White’s treatment success rates

When College Station resident, Kristi Sikes, and her husband got married, they dreamed that they would be able to become parents. But after nine years of trying to get pregnant naturally, all they had was frustration and heartbreak. “Infertility is a very stressful situation, primarily because it’s unplanned,” said gynecologist Sheila H. Bonds, MD, Scott … Continue reading Infertility: Find out what it is, how it’s diagnosed, and Scott & White’s treatment success rates