The Importance of Prenatal and Pregnancy Classes

For new parent’s pregnancy can be both joyful and overwhelming. It can be equal parts terrifying and exciting because so much of it is new and unknown. Most new mothers and fathers have many questions about the pregnancy process itself such as what to expect during delivery, how to know when it’s time to go…

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Postpartum Physiological Changes

When Will I Be Back to Normal Over the course of nine months the body goes through amazing changes in preparation for childbirth and once the birth is over, everything immediately goes back to normal, right? Well, not exactly. There are two parts to that answer. The first part is that getting back to your…

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Postpartum Depression – When to Seek Help

Having a newborn baby is one of the greatest experiences of a parents life but it can also be one of the most stressful. Newborn babies are an exciting, joyful and wonderful addition to the family but as anyone can tell you they are also a lot of work. Sometimes not everyone is fully prepared…

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Pre-pregnancy Preparation

When trying to get conceive, it important to be prepared at least three months before you even try to become pregnant.  You need to be in top physical condition in order to have the best chance of ovulation and to help you have a successful pregnancy. For Soon to be Mothers on Birth Control If…

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Questions to Ask When Trying to Conceive

If you’re thinking of getting pregnant, chances are you’ve got some questions. Whether you’re planning to start trying to conceive in the near future or have already started trying, speaking to one of our nurse practitioners can be beneficial.

Gestational Diabetes

Staying on top of your prenatal care appointments is an important part of your pregnancy. Regular visits with your prenatal practitioner helps you and your baby stay healthy throughout the pregnancy.