At Pregged any pregnancy related question can be asked and answered without shame, fear or embarrassment – nothing is off limits – nothing is taboo.
Our aim is to reassure and support as many parents-to-be as possible. We know how scary pregnancy can be but we also know you’ve got this. We want you to feel that there is someone out there who will listen without judgement, who you can trust to be real with you about all aspects of pregnancy – the pretty, beautiful parts and the challenging, freaky and worrying parts.
It’s incredibly important to us that all the information on Pregged is accurate, reliable and trustworthy. Our specialist writers and reviewers are well qualified in a variety of medical disciplines and always aim to bring you the most up-to-date, scientifically backed information available.
Nikolina Miljus (BSc) Psychologist
Nikolina is a Psychologist (BSc) and a school counselor. She focuses on writing about depression, anxiety and other mental health topics in an easy-to-understand and fact-based manner. Nikolina's writing about mental health matters relies on acceptance and mindfulness-based psychotherapy approaches.
Yeniset Santana Pharmacist
Yeniset is a mother and a pharmacist. She graduated in Cuba in 2001, and licensed in BC, Canada in 2009. Her patients have a key role in deciding which treatment to follow. She has worked as a drug information specialist and retail pharmacist. Helping other mothers or mothers-to-be is her passion. She works toward building a world where everyone is valued equally. And where family is the center and most important piece of society. Yeniset believes patient’s knowledge is patient’s empowering.
Kim Langdon M.D. Ob/Gyn
Kimberly Langdon M.D. is a retired University-trained obstetrician/gynecologist with 19-years of clinical experience. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and then completed her OB/GYN residency program at The Ohio State University Medical Center.
She was awarded first-place for her senior research project and placed in the 98th percentile among residents in OB/GYN in the United States. She delivered over 2000 babies to mothers in a suburban Midwestern community.
Beside obstetrics, she specialized in gynecologic diseases such as menstrual disorders, vaginitis, infertility, menopause, contraception, pelvic pain, sexually transmitted infections, and minimally-invasive surgeries.
She is Founder of Coologics, Inc. “The Self-Health Company”, a medical device company. She is the inventor of six patent-pending medical devices for both life-threatening and non-life-threatening conditions. Her products are the first and only non-chemical cure for treating microbial infections such as vaginal yeast infections. The devices work faster and more effectively than current drug-based therapies and relieve the symptoms immediately. It will be on shelves in your pharmacy in 2020. Kimberly Langdon M.D. The Ohio State University College of Medicine 1987-1991 The Ohio State University Medical Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 1991-1995 Private Practice 1995-2010 Founder Coologics 2018
Kristy June G. Dinampo BScB, MD
Kristy is a graduate of BSc in Biology in The University of the Philippines Mindanao and a General Medical Practitioner, graduated in the University of Perpetual Help System DALTA – JONELTA Foundation School of Medicine. She has been a research consultant and a medical writer. She keeps herself busy with her hospital work, research and family.
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