https://www.instyle.com/videos/pregnant-during-coronavirus-experience-essay Over the past several days, it feels like the baby growing inside me is struggling to get out. As he gets bigger, the walls around him – which just so happen to be made of my flesh and organs – have closed in tighter. In this time of coronavirus, I understand my son’s claustrophobia.Continue reading “Equal Parts Fear and Hope: What It’s Like to Be Pregnant During Coronavirus”
Category Archives: Prenatal
Prodromal Labor 101: What It Is, What It’s Not and How to Cope
https://www.motherrisingbirth.com/2017/11/prodromal-labor-101.html Despite prodromal labor not being mentioned in the most common pregnancy books, you’ll still hear it frequently being discussed among friends, with care providers and in online communities. Because of this discrepancy, it makes sense that there is confusion and frustration surrounding the topic. In this post I hope to define prodromal labor, but moreContinue reading “Prodromal Labor 101: What It Is, What It’s Not and How to Cope”
Can Mental Illness Be Prevented In The Womb?
http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/10/22/498843225/can-mental-illness-be-prevented-in-the-womb (click link above to read on npr.org) Every day in the United States, millions of expectant mothers take a prenatal vitamin on the advice of their doctor. The counsel typically comes with physical health in mind: folic acid to help avoid fetal spinal cord problems; iodine to spur healthy brain development; calcium to beContinue reading “Can Mental Illness Be Prevented In The Womb?”
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