Articles for Tag: "obstetrics"
Many pregnant women who previously had a C-section may expect to have another. But that isn’t always necessary.
A baby boom is here, so here’s what to expect when you’re expecting.
An expert explains how trauma-informed care can help improve a patient’s experience.
As an OB-GYN, rowing club crew member and alto sax player, one physician advocates through her professional and personal life in the LGBTQ+ community.
Amneotic fluid embolisms are very rare, but often fatal for mothers and their infants. What you need to know about the warning signs, and how one mom and her newborn son survived.
Hispanic women are diagnosed at much higher rates.
This simple action is proven to reduce your baby’s stress.