• Lubbock VA celebrates first newborn of 2022

    Amarillo VA’s Women Veterans program celebrated their first newborn baby in 2022 during a celebration with the family at the Lubbock clinic.

  • VA Northern Indiana celebrates Women’s Health Clinic

    VA Northern Indiana Health Care System recognized our Women’s Health Clinic and expecting mothers with a baby shower. Local Elk's Post 155 donated $10,500 to the Women's Health Clinic.

  • COVID-19 vaccine, pregnancy and breastfeeding

    You Asked, We Answered: You've asked us questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and pregnancy or breastfeeding. Here's what you need to know.

  • Army Veteran Natasha: Why I get my health care at VA

    Army Veteran Natasha was badly injured in Iraq. After separation she began getting her care at a VA women’s clinic and says “It’s a one stop woman shop.”

  • Pregnant? You need a flu shot!

    It's important for pregnant women to get a flu shot, and to talk with their health care provider if they have questions about the vaccine.

  • How pregnant Veterans can navigate COVID-19

    If you are a Veteran and pregnant, you can continue to get the pregnancy care you need — even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some things about pregnancy and COVID-19 to keep in mind.

  • Mental health issues during or after pregnancy … find help at VA

    Many women have mental health issues during or after pregnancy. These rates may be even higher in women Veterans. Anxiety during and after pregnancy are common. These conditions are treatable.

  • PTSD and moral injury linked to pregnancy complications

    A new VA study of women Veterans has found that elevated symptoms of PTSD and moral injury can lead to pregnancy complications, such as preterm birth.

  • Women should eat well for healthy pregnancy

    Pregnancy is an exciting time, but women may feel confused about what to eat, what to avoid, and how to achieve a safe and healthy pregnancy.

  • Giving comfort to Veterans having babies

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  • My VA Care

    A Veteran shares her experiences and struggles with VA Care for obstetric care, and the need for a streamlined process to aid reintegrating female Veterans.

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