What an OB Nurse Wishes She Could Tell Someone About Being Pregnant

Stop complaining.Ā  The older I get, the more friends, family, and coworkers I see having fertility issues.Ā  Pregnancy really is

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10 Signs You’re the Parent of a Newborn

It doesn’t matter what time of the day it is, you’re just tired.

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What a Labor Nurse Can Handle that You Can’t

Women in unexpected pain –Ā It’s labor, soĀ everyone knows it’s going to hurt, right?!? Wrong. Whatever our patients think it’s going

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#nurseswomenbabies would love your support on upcoming LEG regarding Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

The House and Senate are currently working together to introduce bipartisan legislation regardingĀ Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).

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Hospitals and Home Births, According to a Labor and Delivery Nurse

Home births are more common and popular in different areas of the United States. Honestly, my knowledge of home births

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When to Call the Doctor (or Midwife) for Delivery in L&D

Labor and delivery nurses walk a fine line, trying to do what’s best for the patient and being considerate of

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8 Tips for Any Woman Expecting a NICU Baby

When you know in advance that you’re going to have a NICU baby, there are a few things you can

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A Birth Plan Created by an L&D Nurse (that only focuses on the mother)

I had to repost this because it still cracks me up šŸ˜ƒ A Birth Plan Created by an L&D Nurse

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Healthy Mom & Baby – Caring For Your Newborn’s Skin

This is a great resource for parents thatĀ talks about your newborn’s skin. It has so much reliable informationĀ 

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4 Things Every Dad Needs to do for Every New Mom, According to an OB Nurse

Help your partner get as much sleep as possibleĀ – Lack of sleep can do weird things to a woman.Ā  Add

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Health4Mom – Ask a Nurse

If you’re pregnant, this is a great resource!! Make sure the information you search for online is accurate and evidence-based.

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