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  • Is Period Syncing A Myth?

    Period syncing seems to be the obvious explanation for your menstrual cycle lining up with other women around you. A Henry Ford nurse midwife explains the scientific truth about menstrual cycle irregularities.

  • No, You Shouldn’t Eat Your Placenta

    A Henry Ford certified nurse midwife answers frequently asked questions about why a growing number of women are eating their placentas, including the claims and risks associated with it. She also offers advice for better options for healthy postpartum care.

  • Opening Up About Miscarriage

    A Henry Ford certified nurse midwife offers insight about the prevalence of miscarriage and how you can support someone after a miscarriage.

  • A New Generation of Products for Your Period

    A nurse midwife explains drawbacks to traditional period products and advice on new alternatives for feminine hygiene.

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Livonia, MI 48150

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