Childbirth Checklist: What to Pack in Your Hospital Bag

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When it’s time to deliver your baby, be prepared for the hospital with this handy checklist. You’ll want to have all of the comforts of home to ensure you’re not worried about anything and you’re completely able to focus on the safe arrival of your new baby. That said, gather the items on the below […]

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The Third Trimester of Pregnancy - Get week to week information, labor and delivery facts and checklists you'll need in months 6 through 9.

The Third Trimester

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Welcome to your third trimester of pregnancy, you’re in the home stretch! As your pregnancy progresses, your doctor will need to monitor your blood pressure and weight.

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The Second Trimester of Pregnancy - Get week to week information, facts about complications and more you'll need in months 3 through 6.

The Second Trimester

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The second trimester of pregnancy is a time when many women feel much better. The tiredness of the first trimester is over and your nausea has most likely disappeared.

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In the first trimester of pregnancy this is what you can expect...pregnancy can be broken down into trimesters, or three month periods of time in which you and your baby change and grow. In the first trimester, the most important thing you can do for yourself and your baby is to see a doctor. Having regular prenatal visits is a crucial part of a healthy pregnancy.

The First Trimester

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Congratulations! You are in your first trimester of pregnancy! This is what you can expect…

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Complications | Labor and Birth

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Pregnancy Complications   Premature Labor Premature or preterm labor is when a woman goes into labor before the 37th week of pregnancy, or three weeks before her due date. The earlier pre-term labor is spotted and treated, the better chance of stopping it. When symptoms go untreated, the cervix may open and cause an early […]

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Pregnancy Information Guide Get all the knowledge you'll need about pregnancy basics, what you should and shouldn't do once you find out you're pregnant, what vitamins to take, what foods to avoid, how much sleep to get and more with our basic pregnancy information list

Pregnancy Information Guide

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For all the basics of what you should and shouldn’t do once you find out you’re pregnant, this is the list for you!

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Find out what to expect during prenatal testing including Screening Tests, Targeted Ultrasound, Maternal Serum Marker Screening Test, Nuchal Translucency Screening (NTS), and Diagnostic Tests like Amniocentesis and Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS).

Prenatal Testing

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Become a partner with your doctor to manage your care. Keep all of your appointments , every one is important! Ask questions and read to educate yourself about this exciting time. The importance of regular check-ups cannot be stressed enough.

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Learn all the signs and symptoms of pregnancy and how to get relief from breast tenderness, pregnancy dizziness, hemorrhoids, leg cramps, nasal stuffiness or runny nose, shortness of breath, teeth and gum problems, swelling, varicose veins, pregnancy constipation, pregnancy indigestion and heartburn, stretch marks, skin changes, itching and tingling, trouble sleeping during pregnancy and when to call the doctor

Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

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Use the suggestions in this guide to help ease pain and discomfort during pregnancy.

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