Gestational Diabetes and Your Pregnancy
If you are among the 10 percent who receives a diagnosis of gestational diabetes, particularly if you didn’t have any warning signs or risk factors, you might be surprised and concerned about what’s to come.
RESOLVE Family Building Summit
If you experiencing infertility or if you are interested in learning more about adoption, we hope you will join Clinic Sofia for the 34th Annual Infertility, Adoption and Family Building Summit taking place Nov. 10 at Normandale Community College in Bloomington.
Bed Rest: A Thing of the Past?
Bed rest used to be recommended frequently for conditions in pregnancy, and one in every five pregnant women is still placed on bed rest, according to Obstetrics & Gynecology, the official publication of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, yet this period of “rest” may do more harm than good.
All About Ovulation and Fertility
Ovulation is probably something you don’t pay much attention to until you’re trying to get pregnant, when it suddenly becomes a hot topic.
Allie’s Corner: Self-Care during Pregnancy
Self-care can be challenging for women throughout the lives, not to mention during the busy and emotional experience of pregnancy. Ultimately, self-care is even more important when you’re pregnant because you are growing another human being.
Ask Sofia: Is it possible to prevent preeclampsia in a second pregnancy?
Preeclampsia – a condition that only occurs during pregnancy – can be life-threatening for both mom and baby. Typically leading to high blood pressure that can cause seizures and strokes as well as organ failure, preeclampsia affects about five to eight percent of first-time moms.