Pregnancy can be a wonderful time full of joy and new beginnings, but it also often comes with morning sickness. Don’t be fooled though, the name is misleading - the waves of nausea can come at any time of the day. The sudden change in hormone levels means that more than half of pregnant women experience feelings of nausea and possible vomiting.
It's strange, but when people see your pregnant belly they take it as a sign to give advice, tell stories, and basically tell you what to do without you even saying “hello”! With all of this - sometimes very unreliable - information floating around, it’s important to be informed about harmful food and drink choices during pregnancy.
August is National Breastfeeding Month, which was officially declared in 2011 by the United States Breastfeeding Committee. All month long, people celebrate the amazing benefits of breastfeeding, while continuing the fight to ensure women have the support they need to breastfeed.
We're excited to announce that we now offer Tricefy, a cloud-based medical imaging app for our patients to easily view and access their ultrasound images and videos via iPhone!
With all the changes that come with pregnancy, particularly hormonal, changes in insulin can cause gestational diabetes.
This condition can affect the mother and the baby but usually goes away after giving birth. However, for the remainder of the pregnancy, there are things that can be done to manage the condition and reduce the effects.