You think you're having contractions, so it's off to the hospital you go! So, what should you expect when you arrive? At what point are you provided with a labor and delivery room? How many people will be caring for you as you await your baby's big debut? And what typically happens after your baby is born?
You’re mid-pregnancy and you need to change your medical care provider. Eeek! So, what happens next? How do you tactfully “break-up” with your current provider and how do you (quickly) find someone new who can help you?
You're mid-pregnancy and you need to change your medical care provider. Eeek! So, what happens next? How do you tactfully "break-up" with your current provider and how do you (quickly) find someone new who can help you?
Thinking about adding an OB/GYN to your team of health care providers? What type of prenatal care can you expect to receive with an OB/GYN? What exactly is their role during the labor and delivery process? And how can you find an OB/GYN that best fits your goals outlined in your birth plan?
Congrats! You’ve decided to have an unmedicated birth, but what if everyone isn't exactly on board? Friends, family... or perhaps even your medical provider? Today we're joined by Hehe Stewart, creator of the Birth Lounge and host of the Birth Lounge podcast.
You arrive at your OB/GYN appointment, and they ask you to pee in a small cup. They’re not testing to see if you’re pregnant- so what exactly are they looking for? Will you need to pee in a cup before every appointment?