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Safety in Pregnancy

Staying Safe During your Pregnancy

Seat Belt Safety

Always wear your seat belt while driving, positioning the lap belt under your belly and across your hips.


Hot Tubs and Saunas

Avoid hot tubs and saunas as they can raise your body temperature, which is not recommended during pregnancy.


Maximum Bath Water Temperature

Set the water temperature below 100°F (37.8°C) to prevent overheating.


Sleeping Position

We encourage you to sleep in what ever position is comfortable in pregnancy.  Some women may feel dizzy or faint if sleeping on their back later in pregnancy.  To prevent this you can place a pillow under your right side to reposition.  You may also consider placing a pillow between your legs and under your belly for comfort. 


Insect Repellant

EPA registered insect repellants are safe in pregnancy when used according to directions.  These include sprays containing DEET, picaridin, IR3535, oil of lemon eucalyptus or paramenthane-diol.

Hair Dye

Hair dye and hair styling products are generally considered safe in pregnancy.  We recommend using these products in a well ventilated area.


We are conveniently located Downtown Spokane in the Doctors Building and in the Spokane Valley. You can request an appointment online for either location.

Downtown Spokane

Sacred Heart Doctors Building
105 W. 8th Avenue, Suite 6060
Spokane, WA 99204

(509) 838-4211 | GET DIRECTIONS

Spokane Valley

Valley Mission Professional Building
12509 East Mission Avenue, Suite 201
Spokane Valley, WA 99216

(509) 928-2866 | GET DIRECTIONS

Construction Notice

The City of Spokane Valley is improving the Pines & Mission Intersection near our Spokane Valley location. 

Starting April 15th, 2024, most of the work will happen between 8:00 PM and 6:00 AM, with some daytime work too.

They’ll try to limit traffic disruptions, keeping the intersection open and businesses accessible but please plan accordingly when visiting our Spokane Valley office.

Click below for more details:

We can expect minor traffic changes mostly around the northeast and southeast corners of the intersection. This involves digging for the wall, upgrading traffic and pedestrian signals at Pines & Mission intersection, and improving its northeast and southeast corners.

Traffic revisions involve closing westbound Mission Avenue and the northwest shoulder of Pines Road near the 190 offramp, with ongoing modifications to traffic signals, retaining wall construction, sidewalk improvements along northwest Mission Ave, and prep work for repaving Pines Road and Mission Ave.

Traffic changes will close westbound Mission Avenue and part of the northwest Pines shoulder, limit center lanes on the east side of Mission and the south of Pines, pave parts of Mission Avenue and Pines Road, and reconstruct the traffic island at the Pines Road and Mission Avenue intersection.

Mission Avenue will be fully closed from the Pines intersection westbound to just before Applebee’s parking lot’s west driveway, with center lane restrictions on eastbound Mission. The project involves grinding existing asphalt, paving new asphalt, adding traffic islands, installing new road markings and signs, and landscaping the northwest quadrant of Mission and Pines.

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