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The Third Stage of Labor: Delivering the Placenta

Delivering the placenta is the third and final stage of having a baby. You’ve made it through your pregnancy and the big delivery, and now you’re holding your precious newborn baby. You might be thinking, “Glad that’s over!” But actually you’ve entered the final stage of delivery. The third stage of childbirth is the delivery […]


Your Breech Baby

Our Southlake, Fort Worth ObGyns explain what happens when you carry a breech baby You’re ready to give birth, and you feel like you’re prepared — until your ObGyn tells you that you have a breech baby. For a vaginal birth, the baby is ideally positioned head down, but 3 to 4 percent of pregnancies […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Breastfeeding

We answer some of your most-common questions about breastfeeding. No doubt, you’ve heard many opinions about breastfeeding through the years, but how is breastfeeding actually beneficial for mom and baby? Here are a few of the questions we hear most frequently from new moms when it comes to breastfeeding.  Why is Breastfeeding Important? Your breast […]

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Pregnancy Hospital Bag Checklist

Pack the essentials for your hospital stay as you welcome baby. The big day is almost here. You’ve been waiting many months to meet your baby. The rollercoaster of emotions, the discomfort, the anticipation and all the preparations have led you here. Your baby is days away from coming. But, do you have everything you […]

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Recovering From a C Section: What to Expect

Recovering From a C Section: What to Expect During pregnancy and labor, situations can arise that necessitate a cesarean or “C” section delivery. The physicians at Women’s Integrated Healthcare guide women to understanding when a C section is necessary as the safest measure of delivering their baby.  About 30 percent of women have C sections. […]


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