If you ask around, many mothers will tell you that giving birth is one of the most amazing and precious moments of their lives. As your delivery date draws closer, you can't wait to experience the miracle of life for yourself. But there's something you could have never planned for that's causing you to worry: The coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you're expecting, you know that being pregnant can be stressful. But now the coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused states all across the country to close down. Your routine has been disrupted and social distancing has become a daily practice.
It's natural to worry during your pregnancy. After all, your body is going through a lot of major changes. And sometimes, all it takes is one unfamiliar feeling to push you through the rabbit hole of uncertainty and anxiety. Worrying is part of every pregnancy. But sometimes you need some help stopping those worries before they gain momentum.
Did you know that knee replacement surgery is one of the most common procedures performed by orthopedic surgeons? Whether you've recently undergone the surgery or plan to soon, thinking about when you can get back to your normal lifestyle might be top of mind. After all, it's natural to want to get back out there right after surgery. But taking the right precautions is the key to a successful recovery after a knee replacement.
As a new parent, there's plenty of questions you still want to ask. But one seems to stay at the top of your mind: How can you get a newborn to sleep at night? Putting a baby to sleep and having them stay asleep can sometimes feel like an impossible task. Oftentimes, just when you think you're all set, you hear sounds from the baby monitor and you're back to square one.
Congratulations on getting pregnant! Pregnancy is a new and exciting experience for you and your whole family, but it's natural to be anxious and have a laundry list of questions. What medicine can you take while pregnant? When will you have to take off work? It feels like every time you think of a question, two more seem to take its place.
That magical step across the finish line is something everyone should experience. For a split second, you feel both exhausted and proud. At that moment, you've accomplished something that you've worked hard to achieve. Where you are first or last - it’s still the same finish line.