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Your Pregnancy Shouldn't Be A Routine

Each decision about how, when, and where you birth your babies is yours and yours alone. Your pregnancy and birth plan shouldn't be a routine but customized for you as a unqiue individual.

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10 Reasons to Switch Care Providers When Expecting Twins, Triplets, or More

Choosing your care provider will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make during your pregnancy. You will be trusting this person to give you confidence in your body's innate ability to birth your multiples, listen to your questions and concerns and help you decide what is medically necessary and what isn't.  Your doctor or other care provider plays a major role in the memory of your pregnancy and birth and can have a lasting effect on how you perceive your experience. 

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Pregnancy Screenings: What Will You Do Once You Know?

Probably the more important impact of screenings and tests is the emotional and health toll it can take you, the mother.  Being informed that one or both of your children has a higher chance of being born with a genetic birth defect can, understandably, lead to increased anxiety levels and hard choices. Know your rights and how to make an informed decision about what prenatal tests to agree to receive. 

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The Gray Area with Epidurals When Expecting Multiples

You may be considering a non-medicated birth however, you should still consider having a catheter for an epidural put into place.  You can birth your babies without medication, however with multiples, things can shift quickly and having the catheter already in place can provide assurance that you will not miss the birth of your babies.

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Five Reasons to Take a Childbirth Class When Expecting Multiples

Just because you're having multiples doesn't mean you don't have a right be educated on your pregnancy, your birth and your babies.  Here are 5 reasons you should take a childbirth class if you're having multiples.

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