Maternal Fetal Telemedicine

Obstetrician Kelley Clark discusses maternal fetal telemedicine, providing women with specialty care for their high-risk pregnancies via remote ultrasounds and live, on-screen consultations.

The Importance of Prenatal Care

Get prenatal and postpartum tips and resources—including information on high-risk pregnancies, breastfeeding support, and more. This short video also reviews the comprehensive care for new moms available at Baptist Health.

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy Meal Plan

During pregnancy, you'll need protein and calcium for your baby's tissues and bones. But you'll also need extra folic acid to reduce the risk...

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Pregnancy

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that causes a woman to have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods. PCOS can cause elevated male...

5 Tips to Help Boost Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

When you’re ready to have a baby, you can do more than just stop using birth control. Speed things along with the following conception...

6 Summer Pregnancy Tips

Summer weather can be unbearably hot and uncomfortable - especially if you're pregnant. What can you do to beat the heat? Here are six...

Baby Proofing Basics

The first step in baby proofing your home is simple. Get down on your hands and knees – literally! See how things look from...

Week by Week Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as four weeks following conception. Symptoms vary from woman to woman, and your second pregnancy may even have...

Taking Care of Your Newborn

Having a newborn can be both exciting and terrifying, especially for first-time parents. It can be overwhelming to know that your new little bundle...

Newly Renovated Women’s Center

See how Baptist Health La Grange’s renovated Women’s Center improves the birthing experience and prepares mothers to care for their babies.

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Helping Patients Prepare for Pregnancy in Louisville, Kentucky

Women preparing to conceive generally plan 6-12 months ahead and are strongly advised to meet with their doctor. Learn more about what to know before getting pregnant from Baptist Health.

5 Different Breastfeeding Positions For Your Newborn

In this article, you’ll find: Getting Started: Steps & Tips For Breastfeeding Positioning Lying Down Breastfeeding Positions Laid Back Side Lying Upright Breastfeeding Positions ...

How to Get Rid of Newborn Baby Hiccups: 5 Tips

  When a newborn hiccups after nursing, it may seem cute at first and leave you wondering, “Why do newborns get hiccups?”. But if your...