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Delivery Via C-Section

Cesarean Section Procedure
Our previous post discussed labor and vaginal delivery, but what if the baby is unable to be born that way due to emergency or other complications?

Labor and Delivery 101

Pregnancy Labor and Delivery
It is important to adapt to any circumstances that arise during pregnancy.

Mother’s Day Wishes

Happy Mothers Day

We’d like to take a moment and say Happy Mother’s Day to all women who work to make someone’s world a better place.

Motherhood: All love begins and ends there.
~Robert Browning

Braxton Hicks or Preterm Labor?

Braxton Hicks vs. Preterm Labor
The first topic we will discuss in our Labor & Delivery series is "False Labor vs Preterm Labor" - what these terms mean and how to deal with them.

What are the Odds?

Birthing Multiples
Pregnancy is an exciting time… but what if you found out you were expecting double (or triple) the excitement? Let’s take a step back and learn a little more about multiples.

Coming May 1st!

Ultra Shape | Vela Shape

UltraShape and VelaShape Coming to Capital Women's Care on May 1, 2015!



Gestational Diabetes Q&A

Blood Sugar Test
In this post, we will delve into all of the frequently asked questions about Gestational Diabetes.

Pregnancy After 35

Positive Pregnancy Test

Last month, our blogs focused on pregnancy, morning sickness, and a healthier pregnancy. This month, we’d like to discuss high risk pregnancy. Just because you’re considered "high risk" doesn’t mean you won't have a perfectly healthy baby. It just means that you need to take some extra precautions during pregnancy to protect yourself and your little one.

A Healthy Pregnancy

Exercise alternatives during pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting (and exhausting) time in your life. If you haven't already, it's important to incorporate some lifestyle changes during your pregnancy.

Relief from Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness

If you’re in your first trimester of pregnancy, chances are you’re experiencing morning sickness – nausea that can be accompanied by vomiting. Don't be fooled by the name. Unfortunately, morning sickness can happen any time of day or night. The good news is that most women report the symptoms nausea subsiding after their first trimester.


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