Our Very Own Babies

The Center for Women loves taking care of all women but delivery babies is just such a miracle! Now we get to take care of and deliver 2 of our very own babies from our two LPNs Sami Johnson & Tracy Coddington! Congratulations Sami & Tracy on your new bundles coming!

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Julie Waddle
How to Tell If You Have Endometriosis or PCOS

Do you have irregular or painful menstrual cycles or feel that your hormones are out of sync? Perhaps you’ve resigned yourself to your condition or haven’t had help with a diagnosis. You may have endometriosis or PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome), both of which affect a woman’s periods. Here’s what you should know about them.

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How to Handle Common Issues When Adjusting to Birth Control

While birth control can bring a lot of regularity to your menstrual cycle, you may experience an adjustment period when beginning or switching to a new medication. Because of hormone fluctuation, you may notice feeling slightly off, both emotionally and physically. If you’re starting a new birth control regimen, learn more about common issues when adjusting to these changes.

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4 Tips for Pregnant Women to Cope With Hot Weather

The summer heat can take a toll on anyone, but hot weather is especially challenging when you’re expecting. It’s natural for body temperatures to rise during pregnancy due to increased blood flow, hormonal changes, and a metabolism that’s working overtime. Overheating not only causes discomfort but also leads to complications that affect pregnancy health and birth outcomes. As such, soon-to-be moms should take extra precautions to stay cool. Here are a few tips to help you get through the hottest time of year safely and comfortably. 

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Misha Rains - Mother of the Month

The Center for Women is honoring Misha Rains as our New Mother of the Month for June, 2019. New mothers are one of the largest focuses of our practice. The Center for Women has a monthly drawing for a New Mother of the Month gift. This mother is one that begins her obstetric care during the month she’s honored for. For the month of June, 2019, Misha Rains was the lucky mother! Thank you Misha for choosing us to be involved in your, your family and your new little one’s life. We hope you enjoy us just as much. Have fun with your gift basket to celebrate the coming new baby!

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Nicole Orosz - Celebrating Motherhood with a Win!

The Center for Women is honoring Nicole Orosz as our New Mother of the Month for May, 2019. New mothers are one of the largest focuses of our practice. The Center for Women has a monthly drawing for a New Mother of the Month gift. This mother is one that begins her obstetric care during the month she’s honored for. For the month of May, 2019, Nicole Orosz was the lucky mother! Thank you Nicole for choosing us to be involved in your, your family and your new little one’s life. We hope you enjoy us just as much. Have fun with your gift basket to celebrate the coming new baby!

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Julie Waddle
How to Announce Your Pregnancy to Your Toddler

Learning you’re pregnant with your second child is an exciting time. Your family is expanding and your child will have a younger sibling to grow with. Even if this fits into your family planning goals, you might be nervous about how your little one will react. Here are a few ways to discuss the news with your toddler based on their age. 

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Introducing Kristina Burrows! Mother of the Month for April, 2019

The Center for Women is honoring Kristina Burrows as our New Mother of the Month for April, 2019. New mothers are one of the largest focuses of our practice. The Center for Women has a monthly drawing for a New Mother of the Month gift. This mother is one that begins her obstetric care during the month she’s honored for. For the month of April, 2019, Kristina Burrows was the lucky mother! Thank you Kristina for choosing us to be involved in your, your family and your new little one’s life. We hope you enjoy us just as much. Have fun with your gift basket to celebrate the coming new baby!

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Julie Waddle
Osteoporosis - Silent but Effective if not Managed

Osteoporosis is a condition where the bones lose minerals such as calcium which causes them to become fragile and brittle, and they are therefore more prone to fracture. Osteoporosis can affect any bone in the body, but is most common in the spine, hips and wrists. Usually no symptoms will be felt until a fracture (break or crack in the bone) occurs. Often these fractures can occur with minimal trauma such as a fall.

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Britney Leonard - March 2019 OB Mother of the Month Winner

The Center for Women is honoring Britney Leonard as our New Mother of the Month for March, 2019. New mothers are one of the largest focuses of our practice. The Center for Women has a monthly drawing for a New Mother of the Month gift. This mother is one that begins her obstetric care during the month she’s honored for. For the month of March, 2019, Britney Leonard was the lucky mother! Thank you Britney for choosing us to be involved in your, your family and your new little one’s life. We hope you enjoy us just as much. Have fun with your gift basket to celebrate the coming new baby!

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Judy Miller - 2019 Health Fair Winner for The Center for Women

Every year Baxter Regional Medical Center presents the annual Health Fair for the community. This is a chance for the community to visit with the vendors to see what is offered within the area, attend a laboratory screening along with many other fun things. This year Judy Miller of Mountain Home, AR was drawn for the winner of The Center For Women’s door prize. 

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You're Invited: 2019 Health Fair and Expo

The Center for Women has a booth at the 2019 Health Fair and Expo. Join us for the 40th Annual Health Fair & Expo presented by Baxter Regional Medical Center at the Baxter County Fairgrounds today, Wednesday, April 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is presented by Baxter Regional Medical Center, KTLO, Classic Hits & The Boot. There are many different businesses attending with their booths to offer screenings, labs, health information, give-a-ways and exhibits. The event is open to the public and free to attend.

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Julie Waddle
5 Fashion Tips for Pregnant Women

There are many resources available on pregnancy health, but many soon-to-be moms don’t have a lot of guidance when it comes to dressing their bump. You want to look and feel good during this time, but finding something that’s both flattering and comfortable can be challenging. Fortunately, with a few simple tips, you can create a stylish and functional wardrobe while you’re expecting.

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