Pregnancy - | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas

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  • Your Questions Answered


    If you're thinking about becoming pregnant or your baby is on the way, there is a lot you need to know. Click here to learn about the next nine months, delivery and beyond. You may be having difficulty getting pregnant. Find out the facts about Infertility .More >>
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  • Family Planning

    Thinking About Pregnancy?

    Choosing to get pregnant and becoming a mother is a big decision. These days, women are busier than ever, so you may want to start your planning with a pre-conception visit to your doctor.More >>
  • Pregnancy

    Preparing for Delivery

    If you are pregnant it won't be long before you experience the miracle of childbirth! It is important to recognize the signs of labor so that you will know when you are experiencing the "real thing." More >>
  • Reproductive Health


    Even a completely healthy couple can't expect to get pregnant at the drop of a hat. Only 20 percent of women who want to conceive become pregnant in the first ovulation cycle they try. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive a child despite trying for one year. The condition affects about 5.3 million Americans, or 9 percent of the reproductive age population. Here are some of your questions answered.More >>
  • Infant Care

    After the Baby Arrives

    The joys and challenges of motherhood are about to begin. It is important to remember to take care of yourself as well as your new baby.More >>
  • Breast Milk or Formula?

    New parents want to give their babies the very best. When it comes to nutrition, the best first food for babies is breast milk. Although breast-feeding is still the best, infant formula is a close enough second that babies not only survive but thrive.
    - Choosing the Right Infant Formula
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  • Choosing the Right Infant Formula for Your Baby

    For expectant parents, a decision regarding the method of feeding their new baby is often a difficult one. Should I breast feed my baby? Is formula really bad for my baby?  I wasn't nursed, so why should I nurse my baby?  Click here for answers to all your formula and feeding questions. More >>
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