Postpartum Contraception: What You Need To Know

It’s time to talk birth control It’s been six weeks since your little one arrived and changed your life forever – or maybe changed it forever again – and hopefully, you’re starting to get the hang of the fourth trimester. Although, if the days still feel like a blur of feeding and rocking and catching…

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Preterm Labor: What You Need To Know

What is preterm labor? Pregnancy can feel like a series of weird/annoying/icky physical sensations from headaches to swollen feet. As the weeks go by, you might be introduced to Braxton-Hicks contractions, lower back pain, those round ligaments you never knew you had, and more. The joy of growing your little one isn’t always well, joyful.…

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The importance of cultural competency in our care

On September 1, 2017, superstar tennis athlete Serena Williams gave birth to her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. According to a 2018 Vogue interview detailing her journey to motherhood, Williams had a relatively easy pregnancy. However, Olympia was born by emergency C-section due to her heart rate dropping to a dangerously low level during contractions.…

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