Pregnancy

As you are growing your baby, your own health needs to be nourished so your postpartum recovery can be as smooth as possible.  Often mamas focus solely on preparing for the birth during pregnancy (reasonably so!), but the postpartum time lasts far longer than birth and you will need lots of resources and support for a smooth recovery.

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Adjunctive prenatal care

You are seeing your midwife or OBGyn for your prenatal care, but you still have more questions.  Dr. Potter will help you navigate pregnancy and help with common symptoms like:

  • Nausea
  • Leg cramps
  • Constipation
  • Mood swings
  • Learning what herbs and supplements are okay in pregnancy
  • Heartburn
  • Cold and flu
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Mama-thrive postpartum prep

This is one of the most important things you can do for yourself while being pregnant.  So often mamas plan for the birth and put aside their plans for postpartum. 

Stepping in to motherhood is the most profound transition in your life and should be taken with lots of nurturing and support. 

Work with Dr. Potter to set up a postpartum sanctuary plan so when the time comes, you will be ready to rest and recuperate with your baby.

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Breastfeeding prep

Breastfeeding is natural and comes easily, right?  

Wrong!

Breastfeeding can be natural and easy with the right support.  If you plan to breastfeed, you will want to start within the first few minutes of your baby's life so you want to be prepared before hand. 

Work with Ashley to learn the best tips to set up a positive and long-term breastfeeding relationship between you and your baby.


Let's get you scheduled, soon-to-be mama

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