Swedish Women's Health Team

Whether you are seeking gynecological advice, need help navigating your way through the menopause stage of life or researching a recent breast cancer diagnosis, the Swedish Women's Health Team is committed to helping women find the information they need to live happy and healthy lives.

  • Black Breastfeeding Week – and Why it Matters

    Black Breastfeeding Week – and Why it Matters

    We’re celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week by acknowledging the barriers Black mothers face and how we can remove them.

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  • Midwives fill a special role before, during and after birth

    Midwives fill a special role before, during and after birth

    Learn how certified nurse midwives at Swedish provide women with medical care, education and support before, during and after their baby is born.

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  • Just had a baby and need support at home? Swedish doulas to the rescue.

    Just had a baby and need support at home? Swedish doulas to the rescue.

    New mom of two answers questions and shares how the postpartum doula program at Swedish helped ease the transition of bringing home her new baby.

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  • Exercise after delivery: How to avoid injury

    Exercise after delivery: How to avoid injury

    Osteitis pubis can cause groin pain during pregnancy and after birth. Listen to your body and take your time getting back to exercise.

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  • Gynecological surgery FAQs, part 2: Robotic surgery

    Gynecological surgery FAQs, part 2: Robotic surgery

    Learn more about your options so you can make an informed decision.

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  • Gynecological surgery FAQs, part I: Laparoscopy

    Gynecological surgery FAQs, part I: Laparoscopy

    Understand your choices when it comes to gynecological surgery. Check out this three-part series of FAQs, starting with laparoscopy.

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  • Tips for healthy living through and beyond menopause

    Tips for healthy living through and beyond menopause

    Menopause often brings new symptoms and concerns to women in their middle years. Here are some wellness tips to keep you comfortable and healthy during ‘the change.’

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