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Click to download or print answers to the questions we get the most, during each stage of your journey to motherhood. 

Pregnancy Frequently Asked Questions

Delivery Frequently Asked Questions

Post-Delivery Frequently Asked Questions

 Click to download or print these resources, which we created with you in mind.  

Our full OB information packet

AFP test and NIPT information

List of local pediatricians

Calcium calculator

Caffeine consumption

Prenatal exercise options

Prenatal weight gain myths and weight tracker

Nutrients to emphasize

Other Reading Material

The Complete Book of Breastfeedingby Laura Marks, M.D. and Sally Wendkos Olds

What to Expect When You're Expecting, by Arlene Eisenberg, Heidi Murkoff, and Sandee Hathaway

What to Expect the First Year, by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Manzel 

When Pregnancy Isn't Perfect, by Laurie A. Rich

Your Baby and Child from Birth to Age Five, by Penelope Leach

Caring for Your Baby and Young Child: Birth to Age 5, by Steven P. Shelov, M.D.

More reading 

With the Internet and all of its resources at your fingertips, learning about your health and that of your baby's can feel overwhelming and daunting. Let us make it easier for you! We've included links that explain some of the most common topics that obstetricians and gynecologists across the United States are asked about. 

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or ACOG, is a nonprofit organization of women's health-care physicians advocating for the highest standards of practice. ACOG is also the most trusted resource amongst OB-GYNs. The organization's website includes an extensive list of easy to read, Q&A style documents for a wide range of questions that arise during pregnancy. We've included links to ACOG articles that address some of our most frequently asked questions. Peruse these and other topics in their 'For Patients' FAQ section. Happy reading!


Back pain



Car safety

Cord blood banking 

C-Sections, and deciding on a trial of labor after cesarean 

Exercising during and after pregnancy

Genetic Disorders

Gestational Diabetes

Going into labor

Morning sickness 

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