15 labor and delivery, NICU nurses pregnant at Long Island hospital

>>>TALK ABOUT A BABY BOOM. 15 NURSES AT THE SAME HOSPITAL ALL EXPECTING BUNDLES OF JOY THIS YEAR. >>THEY KNOW A THING OR TWO ABOUT BABIES FOR SURE.>> Reporter: OH BABY, 15 LABOR AND DELIVERY AND NICU NURSES ARE GETTING READY TO HAVE BABIES OF THEIR OWN.>>WE COULDN’T ASK FOR A BETTER UNIT. >>Reporter: NICU […]

Atlanta Maternity Center Childbirth Experience: Amy Stanton’s Story

>>My name is Amy Stanton and I have three boys and I’m a nurse at Egleston. As a pediatric nurse, I’m very choosy, and delivering my child was a very big decision, and we felt very confident and comfortable with DeKalb Medical, and they really pulled through. I had heard that they were really good […]

What Not to Do | Labor & Delivery | Parents

A lot of my patients ask me if they should do anything right before they go to the hospital. And really, as long as your bag is packed, you’re kind of ready. You don’t have to shave or wax. Some people ask me if they have to have an enema. And you certainly do not […]

Labor Pain Relief : Labor Pain Relief: Massage

Another pain coping technique, that women in labor seem to really respond well to, is touch. This is something that your partner is going to need to do more, you can’t really do this to yourself. Women in labor usually like a really firm touch. They want to be massaged deep and slow. Most women […]

Childbirth Environment : Labor Pain Relief: Music & Sound

So another thing that comes up when women are thinking about birth environment are music and sound. When we think of sound, it can just be sounds of nature so sometimes just walking outside in your backyard can nice. So it can be really nice, you just get outside and enjoy nature and listen to […]

MomsEveryday: Emily Beale, RN, Childbirth Prep

– [Narrator] Helping make your life easier, Moms Everyday – Hello everyone, as a mother of three it’s hard to really prepare for childbirth. Regardless, education is still key in the process. We have Emily Beale here with the Family Center at Capital Regional Medical Center and you’re a nurse and today we’re talking about […]

The Science of Boobs

Breasts. They provide nourishment for our babies, they are one of the few organs not fully developed at birth, and of course are a major obsession in western culture. Yet there is so much about breasts that isn’t discussed or is deemed taboob, sorry “taboo”. So, what does science say about breasts? Forget water into […]

The Southern Lady Garden – Pregnancy and Pubic Hair

Hey y’all! Welcome to The Southern Lady Garden. Today, we are gonna get into one of my favorite questions. Uh, and it’s especially relevant right now ’cause I feel like I’ve been to like, twenty baby showers in the past month, and I’m super excited for all of my pregnant friends, but as y’all know, […]

False Labor vs. True Labor – Childbirth Education

Hi, my name is Wendy Nichols. I’m a registered nurse and the childbirth instructor for Signature Medical Group. Today we’re gonna talk about labor: false labor vs. true labor Braxton Hicks contractions, otherwise known as false labor are a tightening sensation or contractions that are happening only in the front of your abdomen you’ll feel […]

Why it costs so much to have a baby in the US

Childbirth is the primary reason people are hospitalized in America. And to get an idea of what it actually costs, ,we called up several hospitals to see if they’d tell us. A couple of them weren’t willing to provide any information.* Others actually had prices and estimates.* But the thing is, none of them would […]