Prenatal care

Prenatal care is vital for both you and your baby to go through this process well. That’s our goal, and that’s why we have all this good information for you on medical exams and how to take care of yourself in each trimester. Every mom deserves a happy, healthy pregnancy.

What to Do If You Have a Breech Baby

Experts estimate that approximately 4% of babies are breech. In virtually all health facilities, if the baby isn’t head first in the mother’s pelvis (in the cephalic position), medical professionals may perform an elective Caesarean section for a breech baby…

High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy

Having high blood pressure during pregnancy can be a serious problem, both for mothers and their babies. That’s why it’s important that your OB/GYN evaluate your blood pressure on every visit throughout your pregnancy. There are different types of high…

6 Signs of Dehydration During Pregnancy

The signs of dehydration during pregnancy require special attention in order to prevent difficulties in the baby’s development. While this condition is harmful in any stage of a person’s life, it becomes much more dangerous during gestation. Not only do…

All About Constipation During Pregnancy

Constipation during pregnancy is a common ailment that affects many women. In fact, approximately 50% of expectant mothers suffer from this condition. It should be of no surprise, as a woman’s body undergoes a number of changes during these 9…