Jessica Fladger, M.S.N., C.N.M., comes to us from Hutzel Hospital in Detroit, where she practiced since graduating in 2015 with […]
Christy Klieman, RNC-OB, MSN, WHNP-BC received her M.S.N. from University of Cincinnati, her B.S.N. from University of Michigan-Flint, and her […]
1. A few people get all the attention, and there’s a whole team of other people dragging their stuff around […]
Dental care remains very important during pregnancy, especially as you are more likely to experience sore and sometimes bloody gums. DO get your routine checkups, including cleanings and fillings. If x-rays are necesary, make sure they cover your abdomen with a lead apron. DO NOT consume nitrous oxide as part of your treatment. Make sure to inform the dentist/hygienist that you are expecting.