Breastfeeding: Nutrition Tips

Breastfeeding: Nutrition Tips

Jacquelyn Garcia, Lactation Nurse with the Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, says you should take a regular healthy diet, take your prenatal vitamins, and keep your ...
Common Problems of Breastfeeding

Common Problems of Breastfeeding

Sore nipples, low milk supply, clogged ducts, and mastitis are common problems of breastfeeding. Jacquelyn Garcia, Lactation Nurse with the Center for Women and Infants at South Miami Hospital, says ...
Florida: Safe Haven Law

Florida: Safe Haven Law

According to the Florida Safe Haven Law, you can leave your baby, up to 7 days old, with an employee at any hospital, emergency medical services station or with a ...
Treating Postpartum Depression

Treating Postpartum Depression

Dr. Jila Senemar, Obstetrician and Gynecologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains physicians need to start with a specific questionnaire to find out and specify what issues they are having ...
Breastfeeding: Myths & Facts

Breastfeeding: Myths & Facts

When women are breastfeeding, their body burns about an extra 300 to 500 calories producing milk. If they eat well-balanced diet during their postpartum period, it can lead to a ...
Pregnancy: Types of Placenta

Pregnancy: Types of Placenta

Placenta accreta is a serious pregnancy condition that occurs when the placenta grows too deeply into the uterine wall. Dr. Robert Feldman, Chief and Medical Director of Obstetrics and Gynecology ...
Hormones & Pregnancy

Hormones & Pregnancy

Hormones are an important factor during pregnancy, because they affect from the mood of the future mother to the way the body prepares for labor, affirms Doctor Alberto Sirven, Obstetrician-Gynecologist ...
Fibroids and Pregnancy

Fibroids and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is possible even if there are fibroids. Dr. Alberto Sirven, Obstetrician & Gynecologist with West Kendall Baptist Hospital, affirms everything depends on the size and location of them. They ...

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