An ultrasound is a harmless scan that uses sound waves to create a picture of what’s happening inside your body. If you’re pregnant, an ultrasound can determine critical details about your pregnancy that are essential to know for your health. Read on to learn more about ultrasound during pregnancy. Or, if you want to talk […]
This is Part 3 of the Helpful Dads Series! (Read Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE!) Part 3 of the Helpful Dads series is perhaps the most fun, yet also the most tiring! A new baby in the house means everyone is giving up some sleep and it is an adjustment. Give your family […]
This is part 2 in the Helpful Dads series! (Read part 1 HERE!) Now the time you’ve been anticipating is finally here. The baby is coming! It seemed to take forever, yet it came so fast! These tips will keep you cool as a cucumber and help you to be the best coach that Mom […]
An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg is implanted outside of the uterus. It usually occurs due to misshapen or damaged fallopian tubes. It is also important to know the signs of a possible ectopic pregnancy. These can include: If a woman learns that she has an ectopic pregnancy, she must seek immediate medical […]
So, you are going to be a Dad! This is an exciting, hopeful, and wonderful time to plan and prepare for your new role and the baby that will be arriving soon. As a Dad, whether you are romantically involved with the mother of your baby or not, there are many ways you can still […]
What happens if I don’t take the second part of the abortion pill? I took the first abortion pill, but now have changed my mind Can you change your mind after taking the first abortion pill? Will there be damage to the baby if took abortion pill then changed my mind? Does the abortion pill […]
What is a doula? A doula is your own personal pregnancy, labor, and delivery coach—your own private cheerleader and companion. Learn more in this article.
Taking special care of yourself after giving birth helps you to feel well and be at your best for yourself and your family. It is just as important to care for your mental and emotional health as your physical health.
Having postpartum depression symptoms does NOT make you a bad mom, and it is not your fault. Postpartum depression is a serious medical condition.
If you’re scheduled for a confirmation of pregnancy appointment (or are thinking about it), you may be wondering what to expect when you arrive.