• 16 JUL 13
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    Why Should You Practice Breathing?

    If you’ve forgotten how to breathe, there might be a major problem. But we’re not talking about your every day inhales and exhales. Breathing is an important part of the pre-birth and labor process that is useful for healthy, successful deliveries. Most, if not all lamaze classes, will incorporate breathing as a core component. The

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    • 03 JUL 13
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    What is Infertility?

    What is Infertility?

    Many couples who want a child face the problem of infertility-they have tried to conceive but have not been able to do so. The inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse, as 85% of couples will become pregnant within 1 year. Causes of Infertility: • Male Factor – Absence or abnormal sperm

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    • 03 JUL 13
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    What is 3D ultrasound?

    What is 3D ultrasound?

    3D ultrasounds provide surface depth to images using the latest technology. Taking three-dimensional ultrasound images, allows you to see your unborn baby in real time detail. Your baby’s movement can be captured in life-like 3D images. Is there any risk to me or my baby? Ultrasound studies have been conducted over the last 30 years

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    • 16 JUL 13
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    Understanding Possible Causes of Extreme Menstrual Cramps

    Understanding Possible Causes of Extreme Menstrual Cramps

    Nobody likes cramps. Sometimes it is just part of life, but other times it can be a signal for more serious medical issues. Some conditions associated with infertility may cause extreme cramping. Understanding what these cramps can mean is important to your health. The technical term for cramps before or during your menstrual period is

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Attention Patients: We have been and continue to take every precaution to keep our patients and staff safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Until further notice, we will continue to restrict visitors from attending patient appointments. We understand, especially for our expecting mothers, that these restrictions may be difficult and untimely. A visitor is only permitted in the following cases:

• Pediatric patients (17 and under) will be allowed one parent
• Any patient requiring physical assistance to get into the building for area of care will be allowed one visitor to assist them until an Oneida Health employee is able to assist, at which point the visitor will be asked to wait in their vehicle or return following the appointment

We thank you for your cooperation as we continue to be diligent in protecting our patients and staff. Please call the office prior to your appointment if you have any questions at 315-363-9380.