Your Baby and Cytomegalovirus

Your Baby and Cytomegalovirus

Cytomegalovirus, also known as CMV, is hard to spell, and even harder to pronounce, but it can pose a serious threat to unborn children. Out of our concern for expectant mothers as a women’s health center, and in recognition of National Congenital Cytomegalovirus...
Overheating During Pregnancy

Overheating During Pregnancy

Welcome back to our blog. In this post, Dr. Cirasole has guidance on an important topic for pregnant women as the weather gets hotter. Summer is approaching, and we at women’s health centers such as Mt. Auburn OBGYN know just how hot and humid Cincinnati can be at...

Know the Risks, and Protect Yourself from Zika

The Zika Virus is can cause serious birth defects, and without an available vaccine, the best thing you can do to protect yourself and your pregnancy is to avoid infection. Check out this helpful video and the below infographic, courtesy of the Centers for Disease...
Everything You Need to Know about Preeclampsia

Everything You Need to Know about Preeclampsia

At Mt. Auburn, we are dedicated to keeping mothers comfortable and safe during pregnancy and delivering happy, healthy babies. Many complications can arise during the nine month stretch of pregnancy, and it’s important for mothers to-be to know what could happen,...
Managing Your Diet in the Third Trimester

Managing Your Diet in the Third Trimester

It’s Almost that Time! You’re in the third trimester of your pregnancy. This means that you are between 28 and 40 weeks pregnant, and your baby is becoming more and more developed. By week 37, your baby’s bones and organs are considered full-term and your baby is...
Eating Right in the Second Trimester

Eating Right in the Second Trimester

You’re Starting to Show… You’re in the second trimester! These three months are an important time during your pregnancy because it’s when your baby is developing the most rapidly. Here are some tips to make sure you are eating a nutritious diet in order for your...