A New Gynecologist and an Enlarged Uterus + Video

I went to a new gynecologist today for the heavy periods I’ve been having. He ran blood work and did a pelvic exam. He also scheduled an ultrasound for next week. We don’t know much at this point but we did talk about some things and he found one concern during the exam. I created […]

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The Psychology of Pregnancy after Miscarriage

Being pregnant after experiencing the devastating loss of miscarriage is no walk in the park, and it has made me feel pretty crazy at times. But it is also a blessing…to be given another chance to create life. I’m currently at six months postpartum with my fifth child and I am so thankful to be […]

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Our Torticollis Experience | Birth to Six Months

Isabella has something called congenital torticollis. I began noticing it when she was nine weeks old but after re-examining younger photos of her, I saw it there as well. Torticollis is a condition in which an infant holds his or her head tilted to one side and has difficulty turning the head. In congenital torticollis, […]

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Very Heavy Menstrual Cycles + Video

One of the reasons I chose to have a c-section with Isabella was because I wanted a tubal ligation. My husband and I were both more than happy with five children; our family was complete. So, why not remove the chance of pregnancy (and make sex more enjoyable and free in the process) by becoming […]

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