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Prevea Health

Virtual childbirth education talks

Free Zoom presentations

Join us virtually to get all your pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum questions answered from passionate and experienced members of our maternal care team.

Meet and interact with Prevea Obstetrician, Dr. Jessica LeszczynskiSarah Wegner, DPT, a Prevea physical therapist who is experienced in female pelvic health, as well as labor and delivery nurses from HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital Women and Infants Center.

Register online today. If you have any questions, please call (920) 458-4419.


Jessica Leszczynski, DO
Obstetrician and Gynecologist

Topics and dates

Labor and delivery... what you need to know

Tues., Dec. 14, 2021 - 6 p.m.
Your journey to and through pregnancy and parenthood looks different today due to the pandemic. We understand, and want you and your partner to feel safe and informed so you can enjoy this special time.

Learn about all things labor and delivery, including:
  • How do you know when you’re in labor?
  • When and where to call when you think you’re in labor.
  • When to come to the hospital.
  • Risks and benefits of inducing.
  • Reasons for C-section.
  • What to expect when you get to the hospital.
  • Birthing options for comfort and pain management.

Postpartum... what to expect

Tues., Jan., 18, 2022 - 6 p.m.
You’ve spent months, maybe even years, planning for the arrival of your new bundle of joy! Whether this is your first or third child, baby’s arrival is an amazing life-changing event that brings to light a whole new set of questions for you and your growing family.

Learn about all things postpartum, including:
  • Postpartum, what to expect during the next year.
  • Some baby basics including newborn care and support.
  • How baby is doing affects how mom is doing.
  • How to heal and tips for taking care of mom.
  • Postpartum blues, what’s normal and what to watch for.
  • Changes “down there” after delivery – pelvic floor, bladder control and incontinence.
  • Family planning.

Breastfeeding basics

Tues., Feb. 15, 2022 - 6 p.m.
Whether you’re planning for the arrival of your little one or he or she is already here, the decision to breastfeed can be a difficult one. We’re here to help you decide what’s right for you and your family, and provide you with the information, confidence and skills to successfully breastfeed your baby if you so choose.

Learn about all things breastfeeding, including:
  • What to expect when breastfeeding.
  • How long should I breastfeed?
  • Tips for successful breastfeeding.
  • Got milk? Milk supply, what’s normal and common myths.
  • How to know if baby is getting enough – hunger cues, signs when full and weight checks.
  • Pump it up! Choosing a pump, pump parts and pieces, when to pump.
  • Working moms and breastfeeding – keeping up with baby and knowing your rights.
  • Supplementing with formula.
  • Local lactation help, resources and support.