As the delivery of healthcare evolves, we’ve found that women take the time to research their conditions and educate themselves more than ever before! It is important to arm yourself with a basic knowledge of ob/gyn conditions in order to make educated decisions about your health.
We’ve provided these short articles to help you learn more based on your personal interests and concerns.
Part 1: Pregnancy Topics
Congratulations! We share your joy and excitement. We look forward to working with you to have a safe, healthy and fulfilling pregnancy, birth and postpartum experience. We encourage you to discuss any questions you have with us. The information provided below can be used as resources for your pregnancy and attempts to answer some of the questions you may have. We want you to enjoy a happy and healthy pregnancy.
- Schedule of Prenatal Visits
- Prenatal Classes
- Weight and Exercise
- Remedies and Medications
- Important Tips
- Common Discomforts of Pregnancy
- Morning Sickness
- What to Stop, Avoid, and Limit
- Pregnancy Terms and Definitions
- Useful Websites (cord blood, baby names, etc.)
Part 2: Gynecology.General Topics
Here are some commonly asked questions.
- Birth Control
- Menstrual Irregularities
- The Purpose behind routine yearly exams
- Abnormal Pap Smears
- Vaginal Infections
Pre-Register for your stay! For your convenience, Florida Hospital has provided an online registration form. Please select the hospital where you plan to deliver and fill out this form prior to your hospital stay.
Check out events and organizer information for Winter Park Memorial Hospital Baby Place Academy.
At the Dr. P. Phillips Baby Place at Winter Park Memorial Hospital, we know that there is perhaps no more special moment than when you welcome your little boy or girl into the world.
When it’s time for your baby to be born, you’re in good hands at Florida Hospital. We’ve redesigned The Baby Place so that you and your family can enjoy the true joys of welcoming a baby into this world. Our team of experts has at its disposal the best technology, tools and techniques available in Central Florida to ensure that you and your baby receive the very best care possible.
Site offers free pregnancy tip videos, free magazines and discussion forums. Covers a wide range of topics, such as preemie babies, getting pregnant, organic baby food and labor an birth. Sign up one or more of their useful newsletters.www.Pregnancy-Info.net
:Site offers free pregnancy tip videos, free magazines and discussion forums. Covers a wide range of topics, such as preemie babies, getting pregnant, organic baby food and labor an birth. Sign up one or more of their useful newsletters.
Find the perfect name for your new little bundle of joy. Choose from popular names, or by the meaning of the name. Search by alphabetical listing too. Find out what celebrity baby names are popular or unusual. Features a name of the day, so visit often.
A wide range of information to help you stay healthy before, after and throughout your pregnancy. Get important tips for managing morning sickness, read the fertility diaries of three women, find out what sore gums might be a sign of and ask Dr. Robert Warnock your OB
Goes into the science behind conception and techniques to help couples get pregnant. Also, covers postpartum issues, pregnancy and sleep, newborn sleep patterns, and articles about the loss of a child through miscarriage or stillbirth.
Articles covers all phases of pregnancy, from preconception to how to get pregnant faster. Offers message boards where you can talk with other expectant mommies and charts for tracking your basai body temperature so you can choose the best time to try to conceive.
Helping women with information about pregnancy, breast feeding and maternity clothes. Includes some wonderful information on choosing flattering maternity clothing and a special article on intimate apparel while pregnant.
Pregnancy FAQs in OB Focus: Answers to common pregnancy questions, such as if there is a product that works for stretch marks. Also, covers topics such as beta hCG, sign of pregnancy, odds of becoming pregnant with tied tubes or vasectomy and how to know when you’re ovulating.