OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers viewers questions about douching, spotting, and inflamed gums during pregnancy.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry answers a viewer question about persistent spotting and if she should concerned? Plus, Dr. Nita helps viewer Chrissy, who is dealing with inflamed gums since she got pregnant.
Emily Skye, leading fitness and social media influencer with a following of nearly 15 million people, joins The Doctors
The Doctors discuss the possible reasons why maternal deaths rates in America occur at such high rates compared to the rate in other countries.
The Doctors along with guest OB/GYNs Dr. Charles Lockwood and Dr. Russell Clayton debate whether or not women should be induced or allow nature to take its course.
The Doctors are joined by Dr. Charly Lockwood, who conducted a study which found that induced labor at 39 weeks – one week earlier than a traditional due date – may reduce complications and reduce the chance of death.
While discussing a study which claims there is a link between drinking caffeine during pregnancy and obesity in children, The Doctors examine whether pregnant women should be concerned about their caffeine intake.
OB/GYN Dr. Millie Behera joins The Doctors to discuss a study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health which found that the more coffee a woman drinks during pregnancy, the more likely her child might be overweight.
With more and more states legalizing marijuana, The Doctors discuss a study which found a high percentage of cannabis dispensary employees are recommending marijuana to treat morning sickness.
The Doctors discuss a study that claims an excess amount of caffeine during pregnancy can lead to a higher risk of obesity with children.