Our philosophy is to view pregnancy and child birth as a natural process and we strive to provide a patient centric care and be a trusted partner to guide you through this exciting journey!
Years of practice, continued medical education and board certification empowers us to provide highly specialized services tailored to individual needs. We stay on top of recent developments in patient care and limit our interventions only to situations where evidence suggests better outcome for both the mother and the child. So, if you are planning or having a baby then read along to get a glimpse of how our all-women service and personalized care will help to take better care of yourself and your loved ones!
Proper planning during the preconception stage can help you and your partner understand the ways in which you can increase your chances for a healthy pregnancy. You should remember that emotional readiness for a baby is quite different from your body being ready to have a baby. Specifically, if you are in your 30s and 40s or have any special concerns or chronic health conditions. It is smart to engage us in a preconception conversation so we can jointly discuss your unique situation and develop a plan for a successful pregnancy!
During the second trimester, fatigue and morning sickness decrease considerably, and you are generally left feeling a lot more energetic, making it an ideal time to start planning better for the arrival of your baby and get proper amount of physical exercise. We will work on one of the first photo shoots for your baby with an ultrasound to check the progress against recommended development targets.The backache, weight gain and breast enlargement that you may experience during this trimester is likely due to the rapid growth of your baby. We will discuss any such concerns you may have and provide you with an evidence based recommendation on the proper ways to reduce any discomforts.
All women experience pregnancy differently. Some would glow during the first three months while others might have to struggle a little with health and keeping up with the requirements of the body. During your first-trimester prenatal visit, we will work together on common issues concerning potential moms – occasional bleeding, tenderness of breasts, fatigue etc. We will establish a management plan best suited for your needs.
Your third trimester leaves you with only a few weeks until labor! We may see you more often during this trimester as we get closer to your due date. We will continue to review the proper ways to take care of yourself along with common concerns at this time such as false labor what to do when you do go in to the real labor.
The postpartum period usually lasts for about 6 weeks after delivery. This is when the healing process of the body starts along with some bleeding, and after pains may be experienced. You will also likely to feel sore and tired for some time. The period involves taking care of your child as well as yourself and getting as much rest as possible. You may even experience some changes in your emotions.
We are here to help you make your postpartum phase as easy as possible by guiding you through it and letting you know what you should be expecting. We will also be here to discuss any of your concerns and inform you on future birth control and when it will be fine for you to have sex again.