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The Marshfield Clinic family is committed to making a positive impact on our patients and our community. We are here every step of the way to support you in making the best decisions about your health and wellbeing, from research and prevention to diagnosis and treatment.
Tips and advice for having a healthy, happy baby.
Bringing a new person into the world means making important choices every step of the way. We help you make informed decisions so your pregnancy and your baby are as healthy as possible.
Eating right during pregnancy provides you and your baby with the right amount of calories and nutrients for healthy development. Exercise is equally important for strengthening muscles you will use during labor
Most pregnancies are uncomplicated and end with the birth of a normal, healthy baby. Even when complications occur, early diagnosis and treatment will often prevent serious problems.
Regular care helps your doctor to watch for abnormal changes and can help you recognize warning signs.
Selecting the care team to provide your health care is the first important step you can take. There are many kinds of health professionals who are qualified to care for you during your pregnancy, labor and delivery, and for your child.