When Your Pregnancy Symptoms Matter

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Dr. Robert Greene, a well known OB/GYN, reproductive endocrinologist and author is available to comment on several recent studies on women and pregnancy.

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He can lend a voice to stories you may be working on such as: low birth weight and how it affects the child's future; who the obesity struggle may start in womb; how women can optimize brain development in the child by getting the omega-3 fatty acids into their diet that they need without eating a lot of fish; the link between beef consumption during pregnancy and reduced sperm quality in sons; how to combat depression, which is one of the most common complications associated with pregnancy that can have a negative impact on fetal brain development; why and how autism happens; miscarriage; chromosomal syndromes and many more.

Greene is the founder and director of The Center for Reproductive Health and Hormone Balance, a specialty clinic for women, men and couples in Northern California.

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I had an ultrasound today. During the procedure the tech says "hum" and i looked at the screen as she was measuring and it said 4weeks and 6 days, my doc drew blood and said that from what he saw on the pics it appears that i am pregnant, that would be great, i have pcos and have been trying for a year and a half. what do you think?