Top 7 Tips for Managing a High-Risk Pregnancy

The news that they’re pregnant is, for most women, a joyful and powerful moment that they won’t soon forget. (These days, the ability to have a baby can’t be taken for granted.) One thing can put a cloud over the whole affair, however, and that’s the news that you’ve been diagnosed with a pregnancy that’s … Read more

Top 11 Facts about Preemie Apnea

When a preemie is born, they have a lot of obstacles to overcome. Their heart isn’t ready, nor is their skin, GI tract, and other organs and systems. One of the most important is the lungs which, like all humans, preemies use to breathe and get oxygen. The thing is, with lungs that are too … Read more

Top Facts About Premature Babies and Blood Sugar

Unfortunately, the typical preemie can have a wide variety of health problems and conditions when they’re born. Their heart might not be ready for life in the outside world, for example, as well as their lungs, skin, and even their eyes.  Many of their tiny body’s systems also don’t function correctly, like their digestive system, … Read more

What is a Preemie Isolette, and What Do They Do

When a premature baby is born, they need a lot of medical attention. That’s especially true if they’re extremely premature, but, frankly, practically all preemies have more than one problem or condition that needs treatment thanks to leaving their mommas womb too early for the outside world. When they arrive, most preemies are immediately placed … Read more

Top 7 Facts about Preemies and Vaccines

If there’s one question that sits in the back of every mother’s mind who’s had a preemie once it’s this; can it happen again? That’s especially true for a momma who finds herself pregnant after giving birth to her last child prematurely. Will it happen again, and more importantly, what can be done to stop … Read more

Top 6 Facts About Preemie Goat Sounds

As a new parent of a precious preemie, you’re getting used to everything they do and all the extra care they need. The truth is, preemies need much more care and attention than full-term babies because they aren’t ready to be in the outside world. They look different, act differently, and, from what many new … Read more

Top 11 Facts about Preemie Apnea

When a preemie is born, they have a lot of obstacles to overcome. Their heart isn’t ready, nor is their skin, GI tract, and other organs and systems. One of the most important is the lungs which, like all humans, preemies use to breathe and get oxygen. The thing is, with lungs that are too … Read more