Obstetrical & Pre-Natal Care in Plano, TX
It is important build a relationship with a top OB/GYN in the Plano, Texas area to ensure you’re in good hands when you need obstetrical care, or high-risk prenatal care. The OB part of our OB/GYN designation means that in addition to being a gynecologist who manages and treats all your female issues throughout your life, we are also obstetricians who can manage your obstetrical care during your nine months of pregnancy. Throughout the course of your obstetrical care we help you understand when to start and explain all about OB/GYN prenatal care, pregnancy prenatal care, natural prenatal care, and prenatal care costs. While complications can occur during your pregnancy, having an experienced obstetrician can help you through even the toughest times with consolation, consideration and options. If you’re having a baby, finding an OB clinic with an exceptional prenatal care provider in Plano, TX gives you peace of mind.
When you become pregnant, you’ll be pleased that you can continue seeing your trusted OB/GYN doctor at Associated Women’s Healthcare.
Staying with you through the delivery and care beyond
To ensure you’re as prepared as you can be to have a baby, our doctors will offer advice about what to expect, nutrition, tests, exams, and help to create a birthing plan to prepare you for pregnancy.
- Childbirth planning
- Genetic carrier testing
- Immunizations before pregnancy
- Preparing for a healthy pregnancy
Ensuring that you and your baby are healthy during your pregnancy is of the utmost importance to us. Our women’s health experts check each of our patients at key points during their pregnancy.
- Initial prenatal visit
- First-trimester exams
- Second-trimester exams
- Third-trimester exams
- Fetal ultrasound
- Birth defects testing
- Labor & delivery
After the delivery of your baby, it’s important to monitor your physical and mental health. Our obstetric specialists offer the attention that you need to make a healthy transition to motherhood.
- Common postpartum health issues
- Postpartum depression
- Postpartum bleeding
- Breastfeeding support
Many women experience issues with becoming pregnant. Our practice offers several tests to identify the cause of the issue and has helped many happy couples conceive a child.
- Fertility issues
- Infertility testing
- Infertility treatment
- In vitro fertilization
High-risk pregnancies occur when the mother is more at risk for health issues and the baby is more at risk of developing birth defects. These patients require special care from our doctors.
- High-risk pregnancy care
- Pregnancy after 35
- Gestational diabetes
- Preterm labor
Whether you’re a new mother or have had several children before, most patients have questions about pregnancy and their baby’s health. Use our pregnancy resources, or call our office!