Patient Resources

Search our health library of women’s health-related topics for more information.

Obstetrics and Prenatal Care

These informal sessions led by your Emory providers will explore your first, second and third trimesters to help you answer your questions at the right time. 

If you are pregnant for the first time, you may be wondering what comes next when it comes to your obstetric care. Dawn Russell, MD, breaks down the answers, including how many visits before your due date and what to expect during your appointments. To learn more, make an appointment request, or find a provider, please visit


Dr. Betsy Collins shares helpful information on why breastfeeding/chestfeeding is important and how you can set yourself up for success.


No. Most women don't feel the actual transfer. To prepare, we ask our patients to drink water and keep a full bladder to allow ultrasound guidance for the transfer.


There are three options for helping manage your pain during labor and delivery. Dr. Collins discusses each of those options and how they may (and may not) impact breastfeeding/chestfeeding.


Dr. Collins outlines what you can expect after deliver and how to get started with breastfeeding/chestfeeding.


Whether this is your first baby or fourth, we know that pregnancy can serve as both and exciting and stressful time. We hope you use these booklets as resources to help you on your journey.


If you are dealing with irregular menstruation cycles, you may be suffering from Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB-O). Dr. McNally explains what it is, who it can affect as well as treatment solutions.


Reproductive Health

As a woman enters middle age, her body also changes and so do her levels of reproductive hormones. This period comes at a different time for everyone and is called menopause, which signals the end of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Learn more by accessing our guide to menopause and beyond.

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