We provide comprehensive obstetrical care from preconception to postpartum. Our experienced doctors provide general obstetric services to guide women through each and every step of their pregnancy, ensuring proper growth and development, as well as a successful delivery. Our facilities are fully equipped with the most advanced technology and equipment to make your pregnancy as simple as possible.
During your pregnancy, you will visit your doctor on a regular basis for physical examinations, blood tests and ultrasounds in order to monitor the growth and development of your baby. We will discuss options for the delivery process, and work with you to ensure that labor and delivery is comfortable and stress-free. Postpartum care is also available to help women become acclimated to the new experience of motherhood.
Prenatal care is essential to ensure the healthy growth and development of your baby. Regular visits to your health care provider will allow for your baby’s progress to be monitored. Prenatal care will identify any potential problems before they become serious. Women who receive prenatal care have healthier babies, are less likely to deliver prematurely or have pregnancy-related problems.
Prenatal care should begin as soon as possible and, in the early stages of pregnancy, include monthly doctor’s visits. These visits will become more frequent as the pregnancy progresses. The visits include a complete physical exam, blood and urine samples and answers to your questions. Your doctor will measure your uterus, take ultrasounds and perform several other tests to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible.
Pregnancy is an important time in a woman’s life. Having the proper medical care and knowledge is an essential part to having a successful term and delivery of your baby. We provide full pregnancy care, from conception through delivery, and even longer. Our experienced team can help you every step of the way on this incredible journey.
Prenatal care is crucial for your baby’s healthy development. Regular doctor’s visits are recommended and allow for professional monitoring of fetal health. A regular appointment includes checking the baby’s heart rate, your blood pressure, urine and weight. Ultrasounds can be performed to visually check on the baby’s development.
Delivery is the significant end of your pregnancy and the beginning of your baby’s life outside the womb. Many choices and factors can affect the time, length, location and type of your delivery, so it is important to be well-prepared and comfortable with the help of your health care provider.
The birthing process can take 12 to 24 hours and includes labor, delivery and the delivery of the placenta. Delivery can take place in a hospital, birthing center or at home. Delivery can include an obstetrician, family practitioner or midwife. The birth can be either a vaginal delivery or a cesarean section. These choices are usually made by the woman during the pregnancy, but these choices may need to change due to complications that may arise.
Despite the conditions, the delivery places the health of mother and baby first. Your doctor will do everything possible to provide a safe, comfortable and healthy experience so that you can begin your new life with your baby.
In developing a pregnancy partnership with your doctor, you will work together to ensure a safe and successful delivery. It is important to choose a doctor you trust for this journey. With the skills and capabilities to prepare and guide you along this journey, our practice is a reliable and trustworthy choice.
After childbirth, both mother and baby usually require special care for a certain amount of time. This care begins in the hospital right after delivery and continues through doctor’s visits in the following weeks. A woman’s body goes through several physical and emotional changes after childbirth and your doctor can provide support for these changes.
The side effects of pregnancy and childbirth can include:
- Vaginal soreness and discharge
- Trouble urinating
- Sore and leaking breasts
- Skin changes
- Mood changes (postpartum depression)
A full physical exam is usually performed six weeks after the birth, at which time you can ask your doctor questions and share any concerns you may have.