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Families support each other.
AHN Women supports your family.

Families come in all shapes and sizes. And new additions to a family can be an exciting but unsure time. AHN Women aims to help mothers, babies, and their support systems by giving them information and tips on how to stay healthy, happy, and educated. Caring for moms and babies in every trimester, including the 4th trimester, is #LivingProof.

Families support each other.

AHN Women supports your family.

Families come in all shapes and sizes. And new additions to a family can be an exciting but unsure time. AHN Women aims to help mothers, babies, and their support systems by giving them information and tips on how to stay healthy, happy, and educated. Because caring for moms and babies through every trimester is #LivingProof.

Know what happens to you and your baby

  MONTH 10

Mom: Breasts feel enlarged as milk comes in.

Baby: Infant hunger cues include: awakening, soft sounds, mouthing (clicks, sticking out tongue), hand-to-mouth activity, and increased crying.

Tip: Snack when your baby snacks. Include nutrients especially important to this trimester: protein, calcium, and iron.

  MONTH 11

Mom: This is the time for your OB/GYN check in to: evaluate you for postpartum, give a physical, discuss contraceptive options, and talk about breastfeeding.

Baby: Even small changes in eating, sleeping and/or crying can be signs of issues in newborns.

Tip: Know the symptoms of illness or complications with your newborn.

  MONTH 12

Mom: Sleep may be sparse, but it’s important.

Baby: Pacifiers can reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Symptom (SIDS).

Tip: Sleep when your baby sleeps and know about the importance of sleep.

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For Anyone Expecting a Little One
Read the AHN Trimester Book

Want to learn more about pregnancy? Read the book to enhance your understanding of the 1st through 4th trimesters.

Perinatal & Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression is more persistent and lasts longer than the baby blues. It’s also more common than people think. Learn more about pregnancy and mental health.

Read the AHN 4th Trimester Book

Want to learn more about what to expect in the 4th trimester? Download the book or access the interactive resource here.

Alexis Joy D'Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health

The Alexis Joy D'Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health offers a mother-baby intensive outpatient program for women during or after pregnancy. We have the best-in-class screening tools to check for perinatal mood disorders.

Alexis Joy D'Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health

The Alexis Joy D'Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health offers a mother-baby intensive outpatient program for women during or after pregnancy. We have the best-in-class screening tools to check for perinatal mood disorders.