Your Pregnancy Matters Stories
Planning time off work for a baby can be stressful. Dr. Horsager shares what expecting parents should know about FMLA eligibility and benefits.
There are many factors to consider and decisions to make when considering home birth. Tips for how to choose a midwife and plan for emergencies.
As home birth becomes more popular, it’s important to analyze the risks and outcomes of out-of-hospital births accurately. Dr. Santiago-Munoz explains
When choosing an Ob/Gyn, ask friends and family for recommendations, but don’t stop there. Dr. Horsager offers suggestions on what to look for in an Ob/Gyn.
When labor is not progressing, a physician may suggest using forceps or a vacuum to help baby along. Learn how these methods work and when they may be used.
Whether you’re a first-time mom or experienced at giving birth, prenatal education classes offer tips for everyone, including a potentially surprising benefit.
Recent studies claim dark chocolate benefits pregnant moms. But could it actually harm pregnant women and babies? Dr. Horsager weighs in.
In a “gentle C-section,” elements of a vaginal birth are brought into the OR, including being able to watch the birth and immediate skin-to-skin contact.
Much has changed since women were only allowed to consume ice chips during labor. Some hospitals are easing the rules on what women in labor can eat and drink.
It’s become more common to invite family and friends to a baby’s ultrasound. Consider these questions first.