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Pregnancy Clinics Selma AL

Pregnancy clinics offer services such as abortion, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing, pregnancy counseling, ultrasounds, parenting support, and prenatal care. They may also provide advice on adoption services. Read on to learn more and to find pregnancy clinics in Selma, AL that offer a range of pregnancy and family services.

Vaughan Regional Medical Ctr
(334) 418-4100
1015 Medical Center Parkway
Selma, AL
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Investor-owned (for profit)
Hospital System
LifePoint Hospitals, Inc

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Vaughan Regional Medical Ctr
(334) 418-6000
1050 West Dallas Avenue
Selma, AL
Medicare Number
10121
Bed Count
106

Long Term Care Hospital
(205) 808-5100
50 Medical Park East Drive
Birmingham, AL
specialty
Long-Term Acute Care
Hospital Type
Nongovernment, Not-for-profit
Hospital System
Noland Health Services, Inc

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Jack Hughston Memorial Hospital
(334) 732-3456
4401 RIVER CHASE DRIVE
Phenix City, AL
specialty
Acute Care Hospitals
Hospital Type
Government - State

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Gadsden Regional Medical Ctr
(256) 494-4000
1007 Goodyear Avenue
Gadsden, AL
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Investor-owned (for profit)
Hospital System
Community Health Systems, Inc

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Selma Baptist Hospital
(334) 418-4100
1015 Medical Center Parkway
Selma, AL
Medicare Number
10118
Bed Count
130

Vaughn Reg Med Center Parkway Campus
(334) 418-4100
1015 Medical Center Parkway
Selma, AL
Specialty
Hospitals

Jackson Hospital And Clinic
(334) 293-8000
1725 Pine Street
Montgomery, AL
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Nongovernment, Not-for-profit

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Bryan W Whitfield Mem Hospital
(334) 289-4000
105 U S Highway 80 East
Demopolis, AL
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Government, Nonfederal

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Florala Memorial Hospital
(334) 858-3287
515 East Fifth Avenue
Florala, AL
specialty
General medical surgical
Hospital Type
Investor-owned (for profit)

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Early Pregnancy Symptoms and Signs - Advice for Dads

8 Top Early Pregnancy Symptoms


If you and your spouse have been trying for a baby, you may wonder about the earliest signals that will announce a pregnancy. While some women experience early symptoms that indicate pregnancy , others suspect it only when they realize that they have missed their periods.    

For those impatient aspiring dads who can't wait longer to find out, here are the eight top early pregnancy symptoms that they should look out for:

Pregnancy Symptom 1: Darkening of the nipples
Darkening of the nipples, or more precisely the skin around the nipples (called areola), could be one of the early pregnancy symptoms. However, it could also be a sign of hormonal imbalance, so hold on before you jump to the wrong conclusions.
Pregnancy Symptom 2: Odd food cravings
A sudden and inexplicable craving for certain foods is another potential, though not always reliable, sign of pregnancy . So if you find your spouse midnight snacking on a chili cheeseburger for the nth time this week, you have good reason to keep your fingers crossed.
Pregnancy Symptom 3: Headache or dizzy spells
Pregnancy will cause hormonal changes in your spouse's body that may lead to headaches. A sudden onset of headaches, especially if she never had them before, could be an early pregnancy symptom. Bouts of dizziness, due to a drop in her blood pressure, may be another early sign that she is expecting.
Pregnancy Symptom 4: Urge to urinate
During pregnancy, your spouse's body will release the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) that induces increased urination. Her frequent bathroom visits may actually be something to be happy about.
Pregnancy Symptom 5: Cranky moods
Frequent mood swings and crankiness are yet another early pregnancy symptom, as you will soon find out. While this may not be the happiest part of the pregnancy where you are concerned, at least you can blame it on those raging hormo...

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