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Nutrition During Pregnancy

Nourishment is vital for a healthy pregnancy. Keeping a healthy weight and feeding the fetus are priorities.


Routine Tests During Pregnancy

Testing is to make sure you and your baby are healthy. Tests can range from blood tests to tissue samples.

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Obesity and Pregnancy

Obesity leads to major health problems and can adversely affect your baby.


Exercise During Pregnancy

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy is beneficial. Talk to your doctor about your exercise routine.


Postpartum Pain Management

Symptoms vary from person to person, talk to your OBGYN if pain problems persist. 


Skin Conditions During Pregnancy

It is common to notice changes in your hair, skin, and nails during and after your pregnancy.


How to Tell When Labor Begins

Signs of labor can include contractions, loss of the mucus plug, and "lightening."


The Rh Factor: How It Can Affect Your Pregnancy

Early screening can detect if you are Rh-positive or Rh-negative, and what that means for your pregnancy.

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Listeria and Pregnancy

Listeria is a bacteria that can cause a serious type of food poisoning called listeriosis.


Bleeding During Pregnancy

Bleeding can sometimes be a cause for concern. Call your OBGYN if you are experiencing bleeding.


Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression can lead to feelings of anxiousness, sadness, and anger. 


Group B Strep and Pregnancy

Group B Strep can be passed from mother to baby and can lead to complications.


Morning Sickness: Nausea and Vomiting of pregnancy

The severity of morning sickness varies from woman to woman, but it can lead to disruptions in your daily life.

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COVID-19, Pregnancy, and Breastfeeding

Navigating pregnancy during a pandemic brings additional obstacles. Here are some helpful tips.


The Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy

Pregnancy complications can arise after contracting the flu. Get your flu shot to lower the risk of complications.


Labor Induction

Labor induction is done in an attempt to have a vaginal birth.


Breastfeeding Your Baby

A baby should be exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months of life, however, this may not always be possible.


Prenatal Genetic Screening Tests

There are a variety of tests available to you to screen for indicators of genetic disorders.


A Partner's Guide to Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be easier when both you and your partner understand the journey you're on.

For more information and answers to the top 30 most commonly asked questions about pregnancy,  please visit the link below:

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