Healthy Pregnancy Awareness

Pregnancy, Birth, Labor & Recovery

Posted: October 9, 2017
By: Ferguson Family Chiropractic

Make time to review Dr. Mercola's comprehensive, no-nonsense guide to a naturally healthy pregnancy and baby here. A great place to start!


One of the best ways to reduce risk or difficulties during labor and delivery is to strengthen the pelvic floor. Did you know that Chiropractic can help? 



Living cleaner is one of the most impactful things you can do for your health, especially while pregnant.

Check out this article by Kelly Brogan, M.D., ABIHM, who herself followed these 8 Conscious Choices for a Healthier Pregnancy.


Breast milk Q&A - Dr. Axe



Most pregnant women know to abstain from alcohol, tobacco and other obvious toxins to protect the child growing in their womb, but what about vaccines? Are they effective or worth the risk?

And what about that flu shot? Early Flu Vaccination in Pregnancy Increases Miscarriage Risk


Sugar is a known immune system suppressor. Reducing your sugar intake will not only benefit mom's health, but may prevent your child from developing allergies and asthma in the future.


Nausea due to morning sickness is very common, affecting up to 80 percent of pregnant women, but usually not harmful in most cases.

Here are 6 ways to overcome morning sickness naturally.


Did you know c-section delivery now accounts for 1 in 3 U.S. births?

It's common, but is it the best for baby and mom? Emergencies are one thing, but what about planned c-sections?

Be informed about the risks of planned c-sections so you can make an educated choice:

Natural childbirth has the most benefits for mom and baby. Discover the Top 7 Benefits of Natural Childbirth and 6 Steps To Take for a Safe & Natural Childbirth.

Keep in mind no matter what method ultimately happens, having a birth plan and support team in place makes all the difference.


VBAC - Dr. Axe












































































Considering a VBAC? Here's what you need to know that your doctor probably isn't telling you.