Complications and Procedures

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The fact sheets in our Complications and Procedures resource cover health conditions and medical procedures related to pregnancy, birthing, and infant care. From fertility to prenatal testing to breastfeeding, this resource covers all the essentials. All fact sheets are physician-reviewed and reflect the most current, evidence-based research. All references are listed so that you can see where the information is coming from and be confident that our sources are current and reliable. In addition, each fact sheet lists external resources and links in case you want to pursue a topic further.

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Prepregnancy Complications

Complications of Pregnancy

Complications of Labor & Delivery

Genetic Abnormalities & Birth Defects

Complications in Infancy

Complications of Breastfeeding

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Prepregnancy Treatments

Screening & Diagnostic Procedures

Predelivery Interventions

Labor & Delivery

Postdelivery Treatments

Please note, not all procedures included in this resource library are available at Allegiance Health or performed by Allegiance Health physicians.

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This content is reviewed regularly and is updated when new and relevant evidence is made available. This information is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with questions regarding a medical condition.

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