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What You Need to Know About Working While Pregnant

If you’ve decided to work through your pregnancy, it may require a few additions to your birth plans. Every mom-to-be’s situation will be different, depending on her comfort and health. Here are some of the things you should consider if you plan on working while...

What to Expect When You’re a Soon-to-Be Dad

The fact that fathers don’t experience the same things pregnant women do seems like something that’s taken for granted or treated like a joke. For the 90 percent of men who experience at least one pregnancy-like symptom, though, couvade syndrome is real. It’s when...

Planning a Baby Shower

If you’re good friends with or related to a woman expecting a baby, you might be asked to throw her a baby shower. If you don’t know the first thing about planning a party, that’s OK. Desert Blossom Women’s Care center knows all about planning for — and celebrating —...

Fight Your Pregnancy Fears with Pregnancy Facts

Even if you’re not normally a worrywart, pregnancy may be an anxious time. In general, pregnancy risks are low, so focus on calming your fears. The professionals at Desert Blossom Women’s Care have seen a lot of pregnancies. Here are some of the facts behind common...

What Is Nesting?

You might have heard of moms-to-be wanting to clean and organize the entire house, and maybe you’ve experienced the feeling yourself. This desire to get ready for a new baby is called “nesting.” Like birds, a future mom sometimes may feel the urge to make her “nest”...

Creating the Best Nursery for Your Baby

Nothing makes the arrival of a baby seem more real than decorating a nursery. No matter what design choice you go with, or your brand of crib mattress, there are some things to consider when creating a nursery that will fit your growing family’s new lifestyle. Below...

Top 5 Midwifery Myths

From a lack of education to banning medication, there are a variety of myths floating around about midwifery. At Desert Blossom Women’s Care, we know a thing or two about midwifery; we all are certified nurse-midwives! We want to set the record straight when it comes...

Getting the Best Sleep Possible While You’re Pregnant

Lack of sleep during pregnancy is just preparation for the newborn stage, right? That might be true, but it is possible to get more sleep before the baby arrives. Sleep is important, and your body needs to rest while it can. Our midwives at Desert Blossom Women’s Care...

Pregnancy 101: The Common Cold

Nausea, headaches … and a runny nose? When you’re busy growing a baby, you don’t have much time to consider the impact of a common cold. Yet they are exactly that – extremely common – during pregnancy. You’re more likely to catch a cold while pregnant because your...

How to Stay Fit While Pregnant

What is your first instinct after finding out you’re pregnant? To protect the baby, of course. Everything begins to revolve around keeping that tiny, growing life healthy. You’ll share the exciting news with friends and family, find the best women’s health center for...

Your Time To Blossom Registration Page

5.2.18 630 N. Alvernon Way Ste. 180 Tucson, AZ 85711 5:30 - 6:30 PM Join us for our free monthly event series for women in the Tucson area. We’ll be providing a tour of our new location and services and our certified nurse-midwives will be on-hand to...

What’s Going On Down There?!

We see the letter in the mail, we can’t even remember the last one we had, we know it’s something that keeps us healthy but we put our pap off for as long as possible.  We finally find the courage to make the appointment, try to make everything “as pretty as possible”...

Why Choose a Certified Nurse-Midwife?

A Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) are licensed, board certified, independent providers who complete either a master’s or doctorate program. CNMs are nurse’s prior to becoming providers so the unique, individualized care you have come to love from a nurse you can now...