Nearly every week, I have a patient ask me if they are a “high-risk pregnancy.” Most are fairly concerned if they think the fall into the high risk category, and rightfully so — there are some additional things we need to consider if certain risk factors are at play. But what is a high-risk pregnancy? … Continue reading Your guide to high-risk pregnancy
Women have been having babies for centuries, but it wasn’t always as safe as it is today. Years ago, mothers or babies were at risk due to complications or other abnormalities throughout pregnancy. Thanks to advancements, women can now give birth sometimes through a caesarean delivery, or c-section. This is a surgical procedure where an … Continue reading Can I have more children after having a C-section?
In late March, a Killeen mother delivered a rare form of triplet daughters at Scott & White Memorial Hospital – Temple. In June, two of the three babies were finally able to go home from the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and their sister will be joining them this week to reunite all three for the … Continue reading Lynch family gives birth to rare triplets, monoamniotic monochorionic twins and a singleton
On any given day, chances are you can find Michelle Seals sitting in a brown leather recliner in the neonatal intensive care unit at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. That NICU has been home to her babies since they were born on March 18, and it’s also where Seals has spent the last seven weeks, … Continue reading Quintuplets’ Mom: “I Couldn’t Imagine My Life Without Them.”