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Yesterday I made my first visit to the OB with this new pregnancy, and I figured I’d use it as an opportunity to help you
You’ve taken a home pregnancy test and gotten a positive result! Congratulations! You may be feeling excited, overwhelmed, anxious, or countless other emotions. So what
A rhesus factor, or Rh factor, blood test is done during pregnancy. What is its affect on pregnancy and what is Rh incompatibility?
In very early pregnancy, one of your worries may be finding out that the pregnancy is ectopic. But what is an ectopic pregnancy, and what
When you’re awaiting a new baby, few topics are discussed more frequently than baby’s gender. It’s often one of the very first questions your family,
Welcome to the second trimester! By now, you’ve gotten through some of the early complaints of pregnancy. You may even be on the other side
Pregnancy is a time of excitement and giddiness, right? The answer is that yes, it certainly can be. But it’s also normal for pregnancy to
Pregnancy is a beautiful, miraculous journey. But we wouldn’t be speaking honestly if we didn’t admit that it can also be really difficult. From physical
As you await your little one, you may find it fun and exciting to pack your bag for the big event. Or you may find
Let’s discuss exactly what preterm labor is, how to know if you’re at risk, and what symptoms to watch out for. Finally, we’ll delve into
We all go into motherhood knowing that a newborn will bring sleep disruptions. People often remind expecting moms to sleep now, before the baby gets
You’re approaching the 3rd trimester of your pregnancy and your doctor has encouraged you to get the Tdap vaccine. Now you’re full of questions, like