Obstetrics

Obstetrics:
Care During Your Pregnancy

Congratulations, you’re pregnant!
Pregnancy is an exciting time of life. Once you find out you’re pregnant, it’s important to start prenatal care.
 

We’ll schedule prenatal visits with you according to this schedule:

Once a month until
your 7th month

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Every two weeks until
your last month

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During your last month, every week until you have your baby

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Postpartum checkup 6-8 weeks after you deliver

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During your visits, we’ll be monitoring your health and the health of your baby. Overall, we want to make sure your baby
develops the way Mother Nature wants, that you deliver safely, and that you’re recovering as expected afterward.

Our Obstetrics Services

Common tests during your pregnancy

Delivering your baby

In-office services and labs

Postpartum checkup

Use your prenatal visits to ask any and all questions you have. Of course, you should contact us in between visits if anything is concerning.

Largest Private Midwifery Practice in the Area

NSAGO also has the unique distinction of having the largest private Midwifery group in the area. Patients seek out our midwives for the attentive care they offer. Our midwives patients see patient throughout their pregnancy and provide one-on-one care in labor delivery and beyond. From admission in labor to discharge, midwife patients enjoy a personal experience with minimal intervention and as natural a birth experience as possible.

Our midwives have had consistently excellent outcomes over the last 15 years, including single-digit c-section rates, low epidural usage, and overall superior patient satisfaction.

Do you have questions about our Midwifery Practice or would like to learn more? Please visit our FAQ’s to find answers to some of the most questions we get asked.

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