Your little bundle has way overstayed his or her welcome. Find out how a Foley bulb induction can get labor going — and when you may want to consider this nondrug method to induce labor.
Are you considering water labor? A nurse midwife discusses who is and isn’t a good candidate and what to expect.
Postpartum chills are fairly common, but it takes many new moms by surprise. A specialist explains what you should know about chills after delivery.
For women who are hoping to avoid becoming pregnant, long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) have been around for decades. Recently, many states have begun mandating that doctors offer LARC at the hospital after a woman has given birth.
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A couple of small studies show that having an epidural during labor may reduce your risk of postpartum depression. But there is conflicting evidence. Get an OB/Gyn’s take on the evidence.
An OB/GYN offers a primer on the most important questions that expecting parents should ask their doctor or midwife about labor and delivery.
Most pre-term births are not preventable. However, there are certain risk factors that increase the odds of not carrying a baby to full term. Find out more about these factors — many of which you can control.
What’s the most effective way to lose post-pregnancy weight short of hiring a full-time chef? Breastfeeding combined with exercise.
Neonatal jaundice is not preventable, but it isn’t always a cause for concern. Know the difference between mild cases and severe cases that require a doctor’s attention.
Sunday is Father’s Day, a time when many dads will be treated like kings – and rightfully so! A healthy and positive father-child relationship provides countless benefits for kids of all ages, from babies to teenagers.