Your growing belly can be a bit uncomfortable or even painful for your lower back and spine. Having chiropractic adjustments can help release that pressure and even improve your overall childbirth experience. What are the most common pregnancy discomforts treated with chiropractic care? Are there any risks to mom and baby? And how can these adjustments impact your baby’s positioning?
Preggie Pals- Tips for Expecting Mothers
It’s always a good idea to tour your hospital before you deliver your baby. Who typically gives these tours and what important information can you learn to improve your overall childbirth experience? Plus, learn how touring a hospital can benefit you if you’re planning to deliver at home or at a birth center.
There are many reasons you may need to have a fetal non-stress test, or NST, during your pregnancy. Perhaps your baby isn’t moving as much as before or perhaps you have a high risk pregnancy. So, how are these tests performed, and are there any risks to mom and baby? Also, what typically happens if the results are abnormal?
You’re planning to breastfeed your baby once he arrives. But what happens if your breastfeeding experience doesn’t happen as perfectly as you planned? How can a board-certified lactation consultant help you on your journey? What are some of the benefits in adding one to your team of health care providers? Plus, how to find a lactation consultant who best fits you and your breastfeeding needs.
Throughout your pregnancy, it’s important to be mindful of things which could negatively impact you or your unborn child- including toxins which are everywhere — from the air we breathe and the food we eat. So, what are the most important toxins to be concerned about?
If you were given only one due date during your pregnancy- consider yourself lucky. Often times, moms-to-be don’t have a clear idea when to expect their new arrivals. So, what actually determines your due date and is this date really that important?
Your dentist calls about your teeth cleaning, but you cancel your appointment because you’re pregnant. Contrary to popular belief, preventive dental cleanings and annual exams during pregnancy are not only safe, but are recommended.