Trying to have a baby can bring up so many surprising emotions. Sometimes it’s exciting and emotional, other times it’s frustrating and confusing. No matter what you and your partner are going through, trying to conceive is a mixed bag of experiences and feelings—especially during the dreaded two week wait.
Have you ever looked at your newborn and thought, “I just can’t do this” or “I feel like the baby doesn’t like me”? Perhaps you’ve had thoughts that are even worse. The good news is, you’re not alone and there is help for you.
Ranch dressing straight from the bottle? Orange juice? Potato chips even if you don’t LIKE potato chips? You’ve seen it joked about on T.V. shows and in movies, but make no mistake: pregnancy cravings are real and they can be quite strange.
So, you’ve taken a pregnancy test and it’s positive! You’re probably experiencing so many powerful emotions right now – everything from joy, to worry, to excitement, to fear.
So, you’re past your due date for your bundle of joy. First things first: don’t panic. Your due date isn’t 100 percent accurate in the first place; it’s often your doctor’s best guess based on the first day of your last period. In fact, only five percent of babies are born on their due date….
When you first receive that positive pregnancy test, your whole world suddenly changes. Maybe you’re filled to the brim with joy! Maybe you’re also feeling a little bit afraid and worried. You might be thinking, “what now?” or “How will my body change?” or “What should I expect?” All of these questions (and more) can…
For many women, the thought of having a hysterectomy can be scary. If your doctor has recommended that you have this procedure, it can feel a little daunting.
Did you know, as of 2010 San Tan Valley’s population exceeded 80,000 people? Now, 8 years later, San Tan Valley continues to grow and thrive, with many young people and families continuing to move into the area. Because of this growth, every year there are more and more options for fun activities all year long!…
As the San Tan Valley population continues to grow (up nearly 10% in the last eight years), we feel it is our duty to also grow to accommodate the increasing need for accessible, high quality women’s healthcare.
Women have to go through a lot of discomfort in their lives. It might be dealing with sore breasts or cramping during that “time of the month” or general twinges and pangs in that mysterious area below the belly button. Regardless, all women deserve a gold medal for weathering through it all. Some pains, however,…