The Myth of the due date- What you need to know about going post-date
Author: SCV Birth Center
Most times when a woman finds out she is pregnant, one of the first prenatal appointments involves giving her a “due date.” This is the point in time when her baby is expected to arrive. If not on the date, the expectation is usually that she will give birth very close to the due date whether or not is based on evidence.
Birth Control Breakdown
With so many birth control options out there the choice can be overwhelming. Our own Renee Sicignano breaks it all down for you, so you can make a more informed decision.
October: Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month
The loss of a child is heartbreaking, and is a type of grief that never completely goes away. Your entire world upside down and is a devastating truth for one out of four families. Remind them that they’re not alone and are cared for.
The Body’s Natural Response in Birth
Author: Renee Sicignano, LM, CPM
The scenes from the movies with a woman yelling “Give me the drugs,” are enough to make any women think labor is not a natural process. On the contrary, women have been giving birth for thousands of years—this is one of the things our bodies are made for.
Are You Nesting Now?
Nesting is your natural instinct and impulse to prepare for your baby’s arrival. Check out a few signs that you may be nesting now.