Fetal Movement During Pregnancy: When to Worry | Parents

-Patients will say they start to feel the baby move as early as 15 or 16 weeks, but there is plenty of patients who won’t feel anything until as late as 24 weeks and that’s nothing to worry about. Initially those fetal movements, if you feel a couple kicks a day I’m happy. There won’t […]

Giving Birth behind Bars

Picture this scenario a woman shackled to a hospital bed giving birth as a guard with a gun drawn stands nearby Twelve thousand pregnant women are behind bars every year in the us and many may experience a similar fate We’re about to give you an inside look at what it’s like to give birth […]

Embryo to Fetus: Weeks 9-12 of Pregnancy | Parents

-At week 9, your baby has graduated from embryo to fetus. She is nearly an inch long and looks more like a baby for digestive tract and reproductive organs are formed, but it’s still too early for even for a skilled technician to tell whether you’re having a boy or a girl. This week, your […]

Unplanned C-Section | Labor & Delivery | Parents

An unplanned C-Section is not always an emergency C-Section. An emergency C-Section is one that has to happen right away because we’re worried about mom, or baby, or both. Some examples would be if mom is suddenly bleeding, or if we’re worried the baby is not getting enough oxygen. An unplanned C-Section is one where […]

Is Your House a Baby Death Trap? | Week 36 of Pregnancy

(upbeat music) – Sorry, but all the throw pillows in the world can’t make you comfortable right now. But they can show you how big your baby is with just one month to go. (gasps) About 18 and a half inches and almost six pounds, wow. Don’t be alarmed if you start feeling Braxton Hicks […]

Sex During Pregnancy

When they ask me “how can I get this baby to be born?” and “I’m ready to get the baby to be born” and my answer is well the same way the baby got in there. My name is Greta Gill I’m a certified nurse midwife. Lovemaking I will I often tell women when they […]

Caffeine in Pregnancy

oops, my daily cup of Joe! Hi this is Monique Schoenhage speaking, I’m a Maternal Fetal Medicine physician here at Tucson Medical Center and this is What Do You Want to Know. Today we’re going to talk a little bit about caffeine in pregnancy. whoops my daily cup of Joe! My favorite thing in the […]

Women of Color More Likely to Die in Childbirth?

How to Become a Midwife : Midwives & Fewer Injuries During Childbirth

Hello! My name is Maureen Browne and on behalf of expertvillage.com, we’re here in this clip today to describe a little about midwives and the prevention of perineal trauma during childbirth. Midwives have a lower rate of epidural use and with this there is less incidence of extensive perineal tears, such as a third or […]

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 […]