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Pregnancy Infertility Natural menopause Katy west Houston

The only Menopause Credentialed Group in Houston.

Serving the Katy and West Houston Area

Obstetrics | Gynecology | Menopause | Katy Texas

Pink Women’s Center is an OBGYN center dedicated to healthy Pregnancy, Infertility-Incontinence, Natural menopause in Katy  & west Houston Texas, thus our name P.I.N.K Women’s Center. We are the only credentialed menopause group by the North American Menopause Society in Houston, providing up to date information to women during their pre and post menopausal years regarding a healthy menopause transition, hormone replacement therapy, osteoporosis, sexual dysfunction and all issues pertaining to this stage of life.

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Health Tips

Prenatal Care

Prenatal visits will determine if your baby is growing and developing adequately. They will assist the OBGYN to determine if any pregnancy-related complication exists. Most of the time, you’ll see your Ob gyn throughout your pregnancy: every four (4) weeks from weeks 5 through 28, then two (2) times a month from weeks 28 through 36 and once every week for the remainder of your pregnancy. Everytime you visit your OBGYN they will take your blood pressure, monitoring your baby’s heart rate and measuring your abdomen to be certain your baby is growing to his/her full potential. You will also have routine tests to check for urinary tract infections, gestational diabetes mellitus, anemia and other infections

Menopause health tips:

Make calcium rich foods part of your daily diet. It will keep your bones strong. Bone density declines after the age of 30. Some habits and things you do during your teenage years can take away calcium from your bones or increase the need for it. This will most likely increase your chances of developing osteopenia or osteoporosis later in life. Even some medications that we find over the counter can increase the risk of osteoporosis. If you are taking some of those medications you might have to go to extra mile to protect your bones.


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