Vaginal Delivery

Vaginal delivery is the birth of a child by way of the vagina. According to the National Institutes of Health, the majority of women are healthy enough to deliver their babies vaginally, though some do experience complications that require surgical delivery known as a cesarean section. Vaginal births begin with labor, which is different for […]

Postpartum (Care or Hemorrhage)

Postpartum care is important during the days and weeks following a vaginal or c-section delivery. The first two to three days of postpartum care are under the observation of nurses and an obstetrician dedicated to the health of women following delivery. However, the majority of the postpartum period occurs at home, with only one to […]

Labor Instructions

For mothers planning for a healthy baby, our gynecologists and obstetricians know how to make sure you’re in your best physical health for delivery. For safe pregnancy delivery, we also help parents prepare for childbirth with various resources, such as childbirth classes, breastfeeding education, and support groups for expecting mothers. Our maternity services are more […]

Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal discharge is a normal part of having a healthy functioning reproductive system, and the nature of that discharge can change throughout the month based on your menstrual cycle. While this changing nature is part of your normal cycle, it’s important to be aware of it and keep an eye out for abnormalities that may […]

Caesarean Section

According to the American Pregnancy Association, more than 29 percent of women in the U.S give birth via caesarean section (c-section). C-sections are used to deliver a baby surgically, rather than through the birth canal. Most c-sections are reserved for emergencies or women who have either developed complications during pregnancy or are at high-risk for […]

High Risk Pregnancy

A high-risk pregnancy is a pregnancy that obstetricians believe could have an elevated possibility of developing complications during pregnancy, labor, birth, or the postpartum period. High-risk pregnancies can still be healthy pregnancies, but they do require more medical supervision that normal pregnancies. Women who know they will be at high risk during pregnancy should meet […]

Food Safety in Pregnancy

Moms-to-be have to be careful about what they eat, how the food is prepared, and how those illnesses will affect their child’s development. If you go to any OB-GYN clinic, they’ll inform you about the long list of foods you should avoid, and how to prepare food to keep their bodies healthy. This is due […]

Nutrition in Pregnancy

A balanced diet of grains, vegetables, fruits, and protein help maintain an optimal and healthy pregnancy. Eating healthy foods is great for a woman during pregnancy because it supports the growth of your fetus and helps you maintain a healthy weight. Because of the demands your body needs to process nutrition for both your life […]

Testing During Pregnancy

For many women ready for a pregnancy, one of the first tests they’ve already mastered is peeing on a stick! Once the pregnancy is confirmed, obstetricians and gynecologists will help keep you and your baby healthy throughout your pregnancy and delivery. We will recommend a variety of screening and imaging techniques during your pregnancy. If […]

Family Planning

Many people dream of having families – usually in a specific time frame. Couples often prefer to plan the timing of their children’s births around work, finances, careers, education and life goals. Some want several children, where as others may want none. Regardless of how many children you want and when you want them, your […]