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      Adapting to Pregnancy: First Trimester

      As your body adjusts, you may have to change or limit your daily activities. You’ll need more rest. You may also need to use the energy you have more wisely. Read More

      Adapting to Pregnancy: Second Trimester

      Keep up the healthy habits you started in your first trimester. You might be a little more tired than normal. So plan your day wisely. Look at the tips below and choose the ones that suit your lifestyle. Read More

      Adapting to Pregnancy: Third Trimester

      Although common during pregnancy, some discomforts may seem worse in the final weeks. Simple lifestyle changes can help. Take care of yourself. And ask your partner to help out with small tasks. Read More

      After a Cesarean

      It can take time to recover fully after a cesarean. It’s important to take care of yourself — both for your own sake and because your new baby needs you. Read More

      After a Cone Biopsy

      A cone biopsy is a quick outpatient surgery used to find and treat a problem in the cervix. It takes less than an hour, and you'll be able to go home the same day. Read More

      After a Vaginal Birth

      After having a baby, your body may be very tired and it can take time to recover. You may stay in the hospital or birth center from 1 to 4 days. In some cases, you may be able to go home the same day. Read More

      After Giving Birth: Changing Expectations for Parents

      Congratulations on your new baby! Diapers won’t be the only thing you’ll change in the months ahead. Your sense of yourself and how you relate to your partner will also be different. If you have other children, expect some emotional swings, as you and your family try out your new roles. Read More

      After Giving Birth: How to Feel Healthy

      Helping yourself feel fit is one of the best things you can do for your baby. A little exercise will tone your muscles. You’ll feel stronger and more energized. You’ll also feel more awake and aware. Don’t worry about your weight right now. Your goal is to feel healthy. Here are suggestions to help you do so Read More

      After Incontinence Surgery: Recovering in the Hospital


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