Lee Health’s childbirth education resources provides easy access to information for expectant parents.
Having a baby is an exciting time, and Lee Health wants to make it a healthy time for you and your baby. We offer a wide range of maternity services including prenatal, perinatal (high-risk pregnancy care) and postpartum services throughout Lee County. Whether this is your first baby or you are continuing to build your family, our experienced physicians and clinical staff will help you every step of the way.
Lee Health offers a full range of maternity services including:
Anticipating the birth of your baby is a very exciting time and there are many things to take care of before the big day! At Lee Health, we try to help you every step along the way. Learn more here!
A typical pregnancy lasts 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP) to the birth of your baby. A pregnancy is divided into three stages, called trimesters: first trimester, second trimester, and third trimester. Each semester of pregnancy means new and exciting things for mother and baby.
Our experts at Lee Health have the answers to questions throughout your pregnancy.
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The National Maternal Mental Health Hotline is now LIVE! The Hotline, funded by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and operated by Postpartum Support International, is available 24/7, 365 days a year, in English or Spanish, and other languages by request. The Hotline is available for pregnancy, postpartum, and post-loss support. Call or text us anytime to connect with a Hotline counselor for confidential conversation, support, understanding, and resources. The Maternal Mental Health Hotline is not intended as an emergency response line and individuals in behavioral health crisis should continue to contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 273-343-8255.
Learn more about this program that helps parents understand this period of an infant's life, in which increased crying is totally normal.
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Find comfortable, beautiful birthing suites for that special family moment as well as expanded services that deliver the best care in the region.