Just when it seemed like everything was going wrong in Lindsey Williamson’s pregnancy, there came a silver lining: the birth of her beautiful daughter. Although baby Audrey’s birth wasn’t without complications, the Williamsons came to
Maranda Pisarik’s first preterm delivery happened at just 19.3 gestational weeks. Unfortunately, her young daughter didn’t survive. When the 36-year-old got pregnant for a second time, she was determined to take every precaution for a
Labor and Delivery nurse April Mayhan has been around more than just a few pregnant moms during her years in health care. She has a pretty good idea of what the journey to parenthood entails.
After surgery to relieve her endometriosis and years of undergoing fertility treatments without success in getting pregnant, Jennifer Field had accepted that she would probably never give birth. She stopped trying to conceive. Fast forward
As North Texas continues to grow, so does the need for quality, convenient access to health care, especially primary care. Nurse practitioners (NPs) are helping to fill an important gap, with many leading their own