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Early Signs of Pregnancy

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Whether your pregnancy is a surprise or meticulously planned, navigating your symptoms in the earliest weeks of pregnancy can be confusing. Are you getting your period? Is spotting normal? Should you take a pregnancy test?  We’ve outlined everything you need to know about early pregnancy symptoms below. That way, if you are pregnant, you can […]

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The Three Stages of Labor: What to Expect

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For soon-to-be mamas, approaching your due date can cause a mixture of emotions, including excitement, uncertainty, anxiousness, and fear. Every woman’s experience is unique, but it can help to know what to expect throughout labor and delivery to mentally and emotionally prepare for the big day. There are three stages of labor: cervix dilation, birth, […]

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How Deliveries Have Changed Over the Years

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Here at Walnut Hill, our staff has been in practice for over 100 years combined. With that experience comes stories of lives changed, countless procedures, and even seeing how deliveries have changed over the years. In this video, we interview Dr. John Bertrand, who is in his 38th year of practice as an OBGYN physician, […]

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Pregnancy Diary: About Samantha

Samantha Allen is 25 years old and has been happily married for four years. Samantha works part-time as a Children’s Choir Director. Fortunately, her job is flexible enough to allow her to take her baby to work with her. Though she comes from a very large family, Samantha and her husband plan to have only […]

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Breastfeeding after a Cesarean

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Having a cesarean birth will not affect your body’s ability to produce breast milk. Just as in a vaginal delivery, the normal hormonal process that stimulates milk production begins as soon as the placenta is removed from the uterus. If your cesarean delivery is planned, you can prepare ahead of time by discussing your desire […]

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