All About Women Supports March of Dimes’ Campaign Against Prematurity

In honor of Prematurity Awareness Month, All About Women was a proud sponsor of recent The March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction that took place in Lake City on November 19th. Founded by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938 and originally known for its quest to help end polio, the March of Dimes … More >

We Have Two Office Locations in North Florida to Serve You!

In case you didn’t know, All About Women Obstetrics and Gynecology has two offices in North Florida! Both offices are beautiful locations for women in all stages of life to receive patient-centered care from our compassionate care professionals. Gainesville Our main office is located in … More >

Breast Cancer Month Recap – All About Women Sponsors the Eastside Striders

With Breast Cancer Awareness Month now behind us, our physicians and staff would like to applaud a group of local high school students that are working in a big way every year to rally for the survivors and fighters of breast cancer. All About Women is proud to sponsor the Eastside Striders, a … More >

More Sex Primes for Pregnancy, New Research Suggests

There are various schools of thought about how to help couples conceive—two new studies published in Fertility and Sterility and Physiology and Behavior suggest that the more sex you have at anytime during your cycle, the more likely you are to get pregnant. The studies, both conducted by … More >

Alcohol Exposure: Not Even Once

It’s a common conception that alcohol and pregnancy should not mix, but what are the biological factors that go into play? What exactly happens in utero that makes this combination so dangerous for an unborn child? Biological Aspects and Impact Unborn children absorb their nutrition straight from … More >

Feminine Washes: Friend or Foe?

We’ve all seen the commercials for different feminine wash brands. Each one displays positive outcomes for women who are looking for a way to keep themselves feeling more fresh, clean, and confident. Washes also are said to promote healthy pH levels and control embarrassing odor. However, not … More >

Common Signs of Ovarian Troubles

Ovarian cancer affects anywhere between 20,000 and 200,000 women in the United States each year. While ovarian cancer can be deadly if contracted, listening to your body and taking steps to ensure wellness can improve your chances of surviving this deadly disease that so many are fighting. Since … More >

It’s Not Taboo: Don’t Forget to Talk About Postpartum Depression

With all the excitement of being a new mom holding your newborn, postpartum depression is not the most fun topic of conversation. Motherhood is a happy and joyous thing to be celebrated, but there are also difficult moments that shouldn’t be ignored either, especially when PPD affects one in every … More >

Combatting Hypertension during Pregnancy

Research shows that approximately one in ten women will develop high blood pressure (hypertension) during pregnancy.  Not only can out-of-control blood pressure be dangerous to the mother, but also to the unborn child. A person is considered to have hypertension when their blood pressure measures … More >

Feeling a Cold Coming On? Pregnancy and Your Immune System

Being sick is no fun, but especially when you’re pregnant. During pregnancy, your immune system is suppressed and runs at a “lower speed” than normal. While a suppressed immune system doesn’t seem like a good thing, it actually helps the baby to survive in your uterus. The fetus is like a foreign … More >