Obstetrics and Early Pregnancy
Obstetrics and gynecology visits during early pregnancy usually start at the end of the second month of pregnancy. Lifestyle changes and finding out what is an obstetrician going to do to help make sure mom and baby are healthy and safe are the initial changes that follow the positive home pregnancy test. The obstetrician will immediately look at your medical history and see if there may be specific concerns for your pregnancy. The obstetrician will also make sure that any medications that you are taking are appropriate during the pregnancy. Multivitamins help to make sure that your body gets the right nutritional needs and there are many prenatal vitamins on the market. Folic acid is one of the “must have” supplements needed when you are pregnant.
Obstetrics and gynecology checkups for early pregnancy will determine if there are any preexisting medical problems that may lead to high risk pregnancy complications. Overall health, along with diabetes, and high blood pressure need to be carefully monitored, to reduce the risks of preeclampsia, preterm labor, and gestational diabetes. Other disorders that may result in high risk pregnancy include STD’s, autoimmune disorders, and heart disease. Pelvic pain during pregnancy may occur as part of a normal pregnancy however describing the pelvic pain to the obstetrician is the safest course of action.
Obstetrics and gynecology specialists of South Florida track the status of the mother and baby up to labor and delivery and the postnatal care after giving birth. Postnatal care covers the health and recovery of the mom as her body goes back to its non-pregnant state. Common experiences that may occur after giving birth that the obstetrician can help with include: frequent urination, lactation and breast feeding, hemorrhoids, postpartum depression, blood in urine, pain or bleeding from stitches, stomach pain, getting enough sleep, follow up appointments for both the mom and baby, prolapsed bladder, d and c procedure to remove placenta and excessive bleeding, contraception, and resuming sex.
Obstetrics and gynecology practices from early pregnancy to labor and delivery helps your future by establishing proper gynecologic practices (what is gynecology) that minimize damage to the reproductive organs. When your obstetrician is also your gynecologist, and when any future complications arise, your obgyn will have personal knowledge of your specific medical and physiological history. Obstetrics and gynecology practices normally initiate in the teen years with a simple visit that covers the medical history, blood pressure, urine specimen, height, and weight. The gynecologist (what is a gynecologist) will give information about dysmenorrhoea, pelvic pain, STDs, contraception, and personal breast examinations. If symptoms warrant it then the gynecologist may perform a pelvic exam, Pap test, or breast exam. To setup your first visit to the gynecologist or obstetrician please call (954) 538-1300 or (954) 518-4100. The best obstetricians in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and the Palm Beach area have the most advanced high risk pregnancy training and experience. The world’s best gynecologists are experienced in gynecologic oncology for endometrial cancer and perform the advanced robotic hysterectomy. You can also request an appointment online for the time and day that fits your schedule. What is endometriosis and endometrial cancer solutions will be discussed on the next page.
Dr. Simon Weiss, founder of Specialty in Obstetrics and Gynecology has compiled a team of the best obstetricians, and the best gynecologists from around the world.
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