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Before planning any trip, it’s important to check in with your obstetrician or midwife. They can provide advice based on your health, the stage of your pregnancy, and any potential risks. Here are some general tips as you plan to travel while pregnant.   1. Timing is Key: The
Our unique approach involves a partnership providing you with the highest level of care tailored to your specific needs. In our collaborative model, certified nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners, and obstetricians work together to offer comprehensive healthcare for women throughout all stages of life, including pregnancy, labor, birth, and the postpartum
One aspect of our collaborative approach to labor and delivery is the integrated care offered by midwives and physicians. Below, you’ll find information on how our midwives and physicians work together to provide a supportive, collaborative birth experience. Roles of Midwives and Physicians: Midwife: Labor:  Midwives provide individualized support
Pregnancy is a transformative journey that brings with it many physical and emotional changes. During this time, taking care of your body and well-being becomes paramount, and one way to achieve this is through regular exercise. Staying active can have numerous benefits for both the expectant mother and the
The first hour after birth is known as “the golden hour” and is a magical period of intimate connection and essential bonding between the newborn, parents, and the world around them. Why is skin-to-skin contact important? Skin-to-skin contact allows the baby to feel the warmth of their mother’s body
Round ligament pain is a common discomfort experienced by many pregnant women. The round ligaments are a pair of ligaments that support the uterus and extend from the sides of the uterus to the groin area. As the uterus grows during pregnancy, these ligaments stretch and can cause pain
Preeclampsia is a hypertensive disorder that affects pregnant women after the 20th week of gestation. It is characterized by high blood pressure (hypertension) and the presence of protein in the urine (proteinuria). Preeclampsia can develop rapidly and is a leading cause of maternal and fetal complications worldwide. Risk Factors:
While most factors leading to a C-section are beyond your control, there are some measures you can take to potentially decrease your risk. It’s important to note that every pregnancy is unique, and you should consult with your healthcare provider for personalized advice, but here are some general suggestions:
Having a midwife can provide numerous valuable benefits for individuals and families during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum care. Here are some of the values associated with having a midwife:   Personalized and holistic care: Midwives offer individualized care and build relationships with their clients. They provide comprehensive support, addressing
Having a baby is an exciting time that may inspire you to adopt some new nutritional and lifestyle habits! Eating well can sustain your energy levels, strengthen your immune system, and help alleviate some unpleasant symptoms you may experience during pregnancy. Now that you’re trying to eat on behalf