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Taking care of our patients and their babies is our favorite part.
Please consult with your provider if you have additional questions.

Caring for you and your baby
Contact Information for UNC OBGYN & Midwifery locations and important information on when to call your provider and when to report to Labor and Delivery.

My 9 Months – English
My 9 Months- Spanish
Complete prenatal education booklet to be used throughout your pregnancy. A paper copy will be provided at your New OB appt.

Ready Set Baby
English Packet
Spanish Packet
Informational booklet on preparing for your delivery at UNC, rooming-in, breastfeeding and information / resources after you get home. This will be provided to you at your New OB visit and discussed throughout your pregnancy

Safe Supplements in Pregnancy

Medications that are safe to take in pregnancy for common symptoms such as nausea, heartburn, constipation, hemorrhoids, cold symptoms and headache

Payment for your Pregnancy at UNC

What to expect to pay for your pregnancy care and delivery at UNC

UNC Labor & Delivery Information & Hospital Virtual Tour
Virtual Tour of UNC Women’s Hospital

Pregnancy, Childbirth & Parenting Classes at UNC
Classes offered through UNC – virtual and in-person options – click the Class Calendar to register

Breastfeeding Support at UNC
Free Zoom Prenatal breastfeeding education classes schedule taught by lactation specialists

Centering Pregnancy Information
Group Prenatal option of care offered through the UNC Midwives
Patient Education Materials produced by topic area

Prenatal Screening Options: Choosing the right option for you
5 minute video to explain Prenatal screening options and how to choose/things to consider

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Frequently Asked Questions about Prenatal Genetic Screening Tests

Prenatal Cell-Free DNA Screening: MedlinePlus Medical Test
Informational page explaining the prenatal cell-free DNA Screening along with other related genetic tests Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Nutritional resources and plan for eating healthy, plan for how many calories needed, supplements and safe food choices along with multiple educational reference pages in the Resources section.

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Nutrition Education Resources – click on Preconception, Prenatal and Postpartum Nutrition Education for multiple resources in English and Spanish

Information on Anemia and Prevention Tips
Handout- English

Handout- Spanish
Iron Deficiency Anemia is common in pregnancy where your body does not have enough healthy blood cells because of low iron – click here for prevention tips

Iron Rich foods to include in your diet
Handout- English
Handout- Spanish
Foods that have a lot of iron – especially important to include in diet if you have anemia in pregnancy due to low iron in your body

Iron Supplements
Handout- English
Handout- Spanish
Iron Supplements if you have been diagnosed with Iron Deficiency Anemia

**More Information coming**

Preeclampsia Flyer (English & Spanish)
Flyer created by UNC on symptoms of high blood pressure that you need to call your provider about – English & Spanish

Preeclampsia Information
Preeclampsia foundation website with information on signs / symptoms / tests for diagnosis / treatment options. Includes an informative video

Pregnancy in a Pandemic: Conversations on COVID-19
Video created by our Maternal Fetal Medicine team explaining why it is so important to get your Covid vaccine in pregnancy

Every Mother Counts
Videos with interactive tools that can be viewed by trimester, postpartum, topic or chapter – you choose your path for exploring – in English and Spanish

Articles on parenting, breastfeeding, health and nutrition
Durham county resource – parenting classes, car seat safety classes, giving closet Cribs for Kids. Contact number: 919-560-7150

Nurtured Nest
Prenatal, birthing, breastfeeding classes

The Triangle Parents of Multiples
The purpose of TPOM is to promote interest in and knowledge of multiples, to help parents of multiples through exchange of ideas about caring for their children, to provide an equipment exchange for members, and to offer families of multiples guidance and support. It shall be a non-profit organization. Each member must be a parent or guardian of multiples, or have had a multiple pregnancy.

Infant Car Seat Information
Information on infant car seats – finding places that will check installation is correct, recalls, etc.

Birth Bag Information
What to bring to L&D when its time – created by the UNC Midwives

Medications safe in breastfeeding resources
Drugs and Lactation Database (LactMed) is a database that contains information on drugs that breastfeeding mothers may be exposed. It includes information on the levels of substances in breast milk and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant.

NC Maternal Mental Health (NC MATTERS)
NC Matters Care Package link
List of Resources / Links for pregnancy and postpartum including mental health resources, support groups, books, financial assistance programs, infant care/parenting, etc.

Postpartum Support International (PSI)
A confidential helpline that provides basic information, support, and resources for pregnant and postpartum individuals. Call or text 24/7 – English: 800-944-4773 or text en Espanol: 971-2037773

New Mom Health- 4th Trimester Project
Resources and information for families after delivery on normal healing process, sex/contraception, breast care, emotions/hormones and when to call for help

NCDHHS WIC County Directory
Click on your county to determine WIC services available near you – special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children (WIC)

NCDHHS WIC Referral Form
Online Form to submit application for services