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Dr. Jennifer Mushtaler, MD

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Known kindly as OB JEN, Dr. Mushtaler is a leading Austin OB/GYN.

 

OB JEN’s specialities include low and high risk obstetrics, pelvic floor support, vaginal surgery, urinary incontinence and minimally invasive surgery. She’s a UT Longhorn, a mother of two daughters and a triathlete with a special interest in caring for female athletes.

 

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Experience the Freedom of a Healthy Body Image

With spring in full swing and bikini season approaching, the pressure to have a perfect body causes stress rise for the 8 million Americans with poor body image and eating disorders. Statistics from the National Eating Disorder Association tell us that we spend over...

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Will One Drink Hurt the Baby?

OB JEN recently contributed to an article in Daily Rx regarding the consumption of alcohol during pregnancy.  You can read the full article below. Alcohol drinking during pregnancy debate continues (dailyRx News) One of the common questions pregnant women might wonder...

Girl Scouts Beyond Bars

Dr. Catherine Browne was recently invited to join the Austin Girl Scouts Beyond Bars semimonthly gathering as a guest speaker. She enjoyed the opportunity to represent Capital Ob/Gyn in the community and speak with the girls about their health related questions. Girl...

Health & Wellness Fair – Body, Mind and Spirit

The Capital Ob/Gyn team is looking forward to joining the Health & Wellness Fair hosted by Texas Women in Business on Friday, March 15th.   Attendees will benefit from special guest speakers and wellness panel, and have the opportunity to visit over 30 unique...

An Option for Severe Morning Sickness?

OB JEN recently contributed to an article in Daily Rx regarding the use of Diclectin as an option for reducing severe morning sickness.  You can read the full article below.  Diclectin given at pregnancy start may reduce risk of very severe morning sickness. The...

Having a Baby After Bariatric Surgery

OB JEN recently contributed to an article in Daily Rx regarding having a baby after Bariatric surgery.  You can read the full article below. Pregnancy after bariatric surgery involved some risks but less so than obesity.  Pregnancy can involve more risks for women who...

Capital Ob/Gyn and VitaMed Partner to Impact Women in Nicaragua

As a team at Capital Ob/Gyn we are committed to empowering women and walking with them through all stages of life.  From local speaking engagements to overseas medical missions trips, each team member has found a unique way to contribute to women’s health beyond the...

Annuals and New PAP Smear Guidelines

All of us have been touched in some capacity by cancer. Regarding cervical cancer, public education programs and PAP smear screenings have us on the victorious side of prevention. It is understandable that given years of education to women on the importance of annual...

Capital Ob/Gyn at the BiGHealthCARE Conference

At Capital Ob/Gyn we are always looking for ways to invest in the community, and we are honored to get involved with causes and efforts that empower and support women.  Recently, Dr. Browne was invited to be a speaker at a local healthcare conference called...