Rashmi K

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Rashmi Kudesia, MD MSc is a board-certified OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility specialist who is passionate about improving women's access to evidence-based, honest reproductive health information and care. Aside from her clinical practice seeing patients in Houston and Sugar Land, Rashmi frequently speaks at conferences and community events, and advocates for women's health via media interviews and social media. Originally a Midwesterner, she moved around the East Coast for school and training, including nearly a decade in NYC, where she met her husband, Ashish, a Houston native. After moving to Houston in 2018, she's continued searching for that perfect work-life balance as the family grew quickly, adding their first pup, Bowser {2018}, their first home, and now their first kiddo, Amara {2019}! Right now, she's learning the ropes of being a working mama, but still loves exploring Houston's amazing food scene, checking out the newest museum exhibits, or planning the family's next trip. She's always on the hunt for the city's best iced latte or glass of wine to be savored with a good book. Find her on Facebook and Instagram {@rkudesia}.

My Post-Pandemic, Body Positive Gift to Myself

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Summer 2021 starts this month, and it feels like expectations are shooting through the roof. As we emerge into a more normal world, the hype feels endless around travel, socializing and making up for...

Not Another Feel-Good List:: Getting Real about Mental Health

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One thing I love about awareness weeks and months is that they provide great fodder for {re}starting conversations about critical topics that are often recognized far less frequently than they deserve. But sometimes I...

Harnessing Your Mother’s {Woman’s!} Intuition

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A few weeks ago, while we were discussing transitioning our daughter from nanny to Montessori daycare, my husband casually asked me, "Do you ever rely on your mother's intuition?". Totally fair, and fascinating, question,...

More than just a Pap test:: Preventing HPV & Cervical Cancer

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Back in my years as a resident physician in Obstetrics & Gynecology, one of our core medical services was gynecologic oncology, and from those months, it was our patients with cancer of the cervix,...
Holiday Talk with the TTC Folks in Your Life:: What NOT to Say

Holiday Talk with the TTC Folks in Your Life:: What NOT to Say

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With COVID-19 surging, the 2020 holiday season will no doubt have its own distractions, provide its own novel topics of conversation, and sadly keep many families – including my own! - apart as they...

Breast Cancer:: Real Talk, Reducing Risk

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Along with pumpkins, Halloween decorations and fall foliage, October brings a flurry of pink ribbons signifying Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Though breast cancer awareness remains one of the most successful health advocacy campaigns, many...

The 5th Vital Sign:: Everything Your Period Can Tell You

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As a gynecologist and infertility specialist, I can launch into chatting about periods, hormones and menstrual cycles easier than I can make conversation about the weather {true fact}. Partly, I love bringing up this...

Parenting in a Pandemic:: Is There a Magic Recipe for Working Mamas?

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Being a first-time mom in my mid-30s has its pros and cons, one of the biggest advantages having been the opportunity to watch many of my friends transition into motherhood before my own turn...

Honoring our Bodies on Mother’s Day – and Every Day

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This month, I am fortunate to celebrate my first real Mothers' Day. I say "real" because that's if you don't count last year, when I gifted my pregnant self a pink bag I'd been...

Infertility Awareness and #TTC in the Age of COVID-19

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Each April, mixed in with the excitement of springtime and Easter bunnies, I make sure to support National Infertility Awareness Week {NIAW}, recognizing the 15% of heterosexual couples in the U.S. that face infertility, as...
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