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Pregnancy Resources & Questions


Pregnancy comes with exciting changes, but those changes often lead to questions and concerns. Our triage nurse or on call doctor are always available via phone;  however, we've compiled a list of some of the most common questions that patients ask below:

  • What over the counter medications are safe in pregnancy?
    Over the counter medication list
  • Is vaginal bleeding normal in pregnancy?
    No. You should always notify your health care provider if you are experiencing vaginal bleeding during pregnancy.
  • I'm over 37 weeks now, when should I head to the hospital?"
    You should head to the hospital if you experience any of the following: Contractions closer than 6 minutes apart lasting longer than 1 hour Leaking clear fluid Having vaginal bleeding Decreased fetal movement after doing a "kick count" If you baby seems to be moving less and you are concerned, drink something sweet or caffinated and then lie in a dark room with your hand on your tummy for 1 hour. If your baby moves less than 10 times (every flutter or movement counts) during that hour you should head to the hospital.
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