How to Preserve Meaningful Relationships During a High-Risk Pregnancy

Having a high-risk pregnancy or being prolonged bedrest can have profound effects on you physically, emotionally, and mentally, but these effects don’t just stop with you. The all-consuming nature of a high-risk pregnancy can significantly affect the lives and well-being of your partner, children and even extended family and friends.

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Reasons To Get See a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist Prior To Getting Pregnant

By addressing health issues and risks before pregnancy, problems that could affect the health of mom or baby may be prevented. The goals of preconception counseling are to improve maternal, fetal, and neonatal outcomes by optimizing health, address modifiable risk factors, and provide education about pregnancy. 

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So Your OB May Not Be The One Who Delivers You…What Now??

Most patients expect to see the same physician for every appointment during their pregnancy and seek to develop a relationship with the doctor whom they are trusting to safely bring their child into the world. In an OB/GYN group practice where your OB may not be the one delivering you, it is ideal for patients to meet each of the group practice members.

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