If you have chosen our practice to care for you and your child during and after your pregnancy, please know that we strive to give you the very best in professional medical care. Because of this, we want you to feel confident and comfortable, which is why we offer educational materials during every step of the way.
March is National Women’s History Month and is a great opportunity to commemorate the achievements of women in medicine and the progress that’s been made in medical science.
While an annual gynecological exam or pelvic exam may be one of the last things you want to do, making that yearly appointment is essential to your health and well being.
Expecting a child is one of the greatest moments in a person's life. However, there is always a chance that birth defects can occur. While there is no way to avoid congenital disabilities altogether, with January being Birth Defects Prevention Month, we thought it would be a good time to share some things that you can do to decrease the chances of your child being born with a birth defect.
Expectant mothers have a lot of things to think about with the imminent arrival of their baby — safe sleep, childcare, names, and how they will choose to feed their child. Many mothers decide on breastfeeding as it creates a natural bond with their newborn child, helps protect their child from illness, and is the healthiest food for an infant’s developing gut.