For expectant and new moms, it’s the unexpected that can quickly change the course of normal pregnancies. That’s why the Preeclampsia Foundation is dedicated to providing education about preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. Preeclampsia is a serious disease related to high
It's no longer being kept quiet -- the risk of Black mothers dying during pregnancy, birth, or postpartum is four times higher than it is for white mothers. In the last six months, news articles keep popping up to share the statistics and the reality of maternity care and outcomes for Black
If you've just found out about your pregnancy, take a few moments to let it sink in... now go find an amazing OB or midwife! Talk to several care providers before making choosing one. Discussing the topics below will help you determine if they are a good match for you.
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Since winter isn't showing any signs of letting up or slowing down, it's a good time to talk about how to deal with the ups and downs of winter weather during pregnancy. Many of the safety precautions you normally heed in winter weather also apply while pregnant, with a few subtle differences or
The first trimester of pregnancy can be so... boring. For those who have eagerly anticipated pregnancy, there's a big rush of excitement and joy over finding out about being pregnant. And then, there's nothing. Or at least, it often feels like nothing. There's no belly to show for, no kicks to feel,