One of the most important parts of a healthy pregnancy is prenatal care. From the first visit through each trimester of the pregnancy, we provide physical exams, testing and monitoring to maintain a healthy pregnancy for both the mother and baby.
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An important aspect of prenatal care is genetic screening which is an evaluation of both maternal blood testing and ultrasound imagery. With this genetic screening, we can identify normal and abnormal chromosomes.Learn more
In situations where the mother suffers from severe morning sickness, it may be necessary for intravenous hydration to replenish fluids and electrolytes. We provide in-house hydration services in the comfort of our office that can save the cost of a trip to the hospital.Learn more
As part of prenatal testing, we provide ultrasound services to test the development of the growing fetus. The first ultrasound, called the dating ultrasound, helps establish the due date of the baby. Depending on the progress of the pregnancy, other ultrasounds may also be conducted. At about 30 – 32 weeks of pregnancy, you may also consider a 3D/4D ultrasound.Learn more
A fetal non-stress test, performed after 28 weeks of gestation, is a test that measures the fetal heart rate without applying stress to the fetus. This testing is accomplished by attaching two belts to the mother’s abdomen to monitor the contractions and the fetal heart rate.Learn more
Some women may potentially have complications during pregnancy that could affect the health and/or life of the mother, baby or both. Such complications are considered “High Risk” and required specialized care.Learn more
Adequate nutrition in a woman’s health is essential to the overall well-being of women. Women in each stage of life have specific nutritional needs that need to be satisfied for optimal physical health.Learn more