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New Birth Services, L.L.C.

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After the birth from a baby, A LOT is happening, which consists of recovering, transition, adjusting, analyzing, planning, and learning. Then add in hormonal changing and you got a whole postpartum melting pot in one household. Try not to worry though, I can help so th...

Dates are soo good! Personally, I could eat them raw as candy. There are many ways to prepare dates that they are delicious as well. But we are not here to talk about date recipes or how good they are, but how they are also good for labor. That's right! In case you wer...

September 14, 2017

Sometimes coming up with a name for your baby can be hard. Some are old, and some are new, but if you are looking to go for gender neutral, here's a great list to help ease your chore.  Here's a list that I came up with, as well as some alternative spellings:

Aaron...

Pregnancy seems to be an invitation to say a lot of things to a couple, especially to women. It is as if common decency goes out the window, though this is a time that emotions run high and sensitivity is altered. People comment on things regarding pregnancy at differe...

May is National Maternal Depression Awareness Month, declared by Postpartum Support International, a national support group for mothers and families who are experiencing more than just a hard time after the birth of their baby. There is a range of disorders that a woma...

According to this study, the use of synthetic oxytocin during labor increased the risk of postpartum depression by 32% in women with no history of of prepregnancy depressive or anxiety disorder, and 36% in women who did have a history of prepregnancy depressive or anxi...