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Ultrasounds are useful in detecting and diagnosing a number of women’s health problems or monitoring a baby during pregnancy. They are a non-invasive tool that involves using sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of your body. It is a low-risk procedure.
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How do I know I’m in labor?
In a normal pregnancy, labor usually happens during the ninth month. Although every woman’s labor and delivery looks different, most women experience their “water breaking” which is where the amniotic membranes rupture. You may notice:
- Brown or red vaginal discharge
- Slow trickling or gushing of fluid
- Softening of the cervix
What are the three stages of labor?
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Do you still have questions about labor and delivery?
Infection, bleeding, embolisms, oxygen deprivation, perineal tears, or other complications are some of the risks with delivery. However, most of these are rare.
An epidural is a local anesthetic injected into the spine that relieves pain in the lower extremities.
Your pregnancy management team will work with you from the time you have access to services, ensuring that your delivery plan is set in stone.
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Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery accepts most major insurance providers! If you have any questions about whether we accept your insurance or not, please reach out to us.
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