Women's Health Care in Dallas-Fort Worth | Texas Health
Find an OB/GYN
Choosing the right provider is a very personal decision. There are no cookie-cutter criteria, but many options!
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Have a Texas Health Baby
The first gift to your newborn should be the right hospital. Learn more about having a baby at a Texas Health hospital.
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Starting a Family?
Learn more about deciding to have a baby and how you can prepare your body and your life for pregnancy.
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Navigating Your Pregnancy
Pregnancy differs for every woman. Learn about caring for yourself and your baby.
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Schedule a Mammogram
Women 40 and older should have mammograms every year. Why not schedule yours now?
When to Get a Mammogram 
When should you have a mammogram? Find out now. 
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Breast Risk Assessment
Learn your five-year and lifetime risk of developing breast cancer.
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Taking Care of Yourself
  • How can I find an OB/GYN?

    When it’s time to find an OB/GYN or a midwife, it is one of most important decisions a woman will make. You need an OB/GYN or midwife who can be a trusted, experienced professional to help guide you through the various stages of womanhood and care for your health needs as they change. A woman needs to find an OB/GYN that meets her individual needs and that she trusts. Read tips for selecting an OB/GYN.

  • Where can I see pictures of the hospitals?

    Texas Health invites you to see our facilities first hand. Schedule a tour at your local hospital or watch an online tour now on the Hospital Experience page.

  • Where can I learn more about how to get pregnant?

    Identifying your fertile days, ovulation, pregnancy tests – it may all seem overwhelming. However, Texas Health has pulled together a few tips to help increase your chances when you are trying to get pregnant. Read more about the basics of getting pregnant.

  • When should I have a mammogram?

    The American College of Radiology and Society of Breast Imaging recommend:

    - Women 40 and older should have mammograms every one or two years.

    - Women who are younger than 40 and have risk factors for breast cancer should ask their health care provider whether mammograms are advisable and how often to have them.

    Learn more about when to get a mammogram.

  • I’ve been trying to get pregnant unsuccessfully, what options are available?

    You’ve been diligent in your preparation and you’re ready to start your family, but maybe nature has other plans for you. Learn more about the options available at Texas Health.

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