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 […]
Traveling by car or plane is fine up to 34 weeks in an uncomplicated pregnancy. Stop to walk around every hour and drink plenty of fluid. If flying, check you’re your airline before you book the flights, as each airline has different guidelines about how far into your pregnancy that will let you travel. We are happy to provide you a note proving your gestational age. If you must travel >1 hr away after 34 weeks of pregnancy, we recommend carrying a copy of your prenatal records with you in case you should go into labor while away from our care.