During these visits we take the time to understand and monitor you and your health, along with your baby's development, so as to plan and give you the best outcome.
- Prenatal Visits
- Prenatal Ultrasounds
Vitamins and Supplements
These vitamins and supplements may help you and your baby have a healthier pregnancy.
- Prenatal Vitamins
- Folic Acid
- DHA, Omega 3
- Calcium and Vitamin D
Medications for General Ailments During Pregnancy
Listed in this section are medications that may assist you and are generally accepted to be safe in pregnancy for you and your baby.
- Pain Relievers
- Cold Medications
- Nausea Medication
- Constipation Relief
- Allergy Medication
- Heartburn Medication
- Sleep Medication
Food and Weight Gain in Pregnancy
It is very important to maintain a healthy diet and weight gain, which will help you and your baby have a better pregnancy and delivery. Everybody’s diet and weight gain is individual and in this section we present some general guidelines to help you maintain a healthy pregnancy.
- Food Suggestions
- Weight Gain in Pregnancy
Exercise is beneficial throughout your pregnancy, delivery and following your delivery. We give you exercises/stretches that may help improve how you do and feel in your pregnancy.
- Exercise Guidelines
Things to Watch For in Pregnancy
You are your best advocate for your baby. These are some of the important things to monitor for in order to give your baby the best outcome.
Things to Avoid During Your Pregnancy
This section gives you information on things that may have a negative impact on your pregnancy, such as certain foods, medications and environmental exposures.
- Foods to Avoid
- Fish High in Mercury
- Things Known to Affect Us and Our Babies: This web link allows you to search for things known to affect us and our babies.
Vaccinations in Pregnancy
Listed here are the recommended vaccinations during pregnancy.
- Tdap (Whooping cough) Pregnant women are recommended to receive Tdap vaccinations each pregnancy after 20 weeks. Primary caregivers should receive Tdap every 5 years.
- Influenza (Flu shot) It is recommended for you to receive the combination flu shot. (Swine flu and regular flu)
Diabetes in Pregnancy
Diabetes has a significant impact on pregnancy. In this section we are giving you some of the tools to assist you in having the healthiest pregnancy outcome possible.
- General information on Diabetes in Pregnancy
- Foods to Avoid
- Glucose/Diet Log Form
- Diabetes Diet
- Risk of Diabetes after Pregnancy Affected by Gestational Diabetes
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General Breastfeeding information
- Read more information here about CDC guidelines for breastfeeding
Contraceptive benefit of Breastfeeding: Breastfeeding suppresses ovulation 98% of the time when nursing every 2-3 hours in the day and every 4-6 hours at night, up to 9 months after delivery. This technique is known as LAM (lactational amenorrhea). If your feedings space out more, you do not want to depend on this method. Newborn Information Pediatrician List: List of local pediatricians to help you in finding a pediatrician for your newborn baby. Please call to confirm that they are accepting new patients and your health insurance. Circumcision: We are happy to provide circumcision services for your newborn son.