Providence Women's Healthcare
Obstetrics & Gynecology located in Roswell, Norcross, & Atlanta, GA
Pregnancy is a life-changing event for a family. Early and ongoing medical care during your pregnancy ensures you and your baby get the best outcomes. Providence Women's Healthcare in Roswell, Suwanee, and Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in obstetrics and taking care of women during their pregnancy. For personalized pregnancy care, call the office most convenient to you or book an appointment online today.
Pregnancy Q & A
When should I seek pregnancy care?
Providence Women's Healthcare recommends you schedule an appointment with the women’s health experts before you try having a baby. The full-service obstetrics practice can help you plan for a healthy pregnancy, including:
- Tracking your ovulation
- Making healthy food choices
- Avoiding unhealthy habits (e.g., smoking, alcohol)
- Adding exercise to your daily routine
- Taking a prenatal vitamin
Making a few lifestyle changes before you get pregnant ensures you start your pregnancy as healthy as possible.
If you’re already pregnant and need to schedule your first prenatal visit, contact Providence Women's Healthcare. The first prenatal appointment is usually scheduled eight weeks after your last menstrual period.
What happens during pregnancy care?
Pregnancy is a unique experience for every woman. At Providence Women's Healthcare, you can expect customized, patient-focused care that puts you and your baby’s needs above all else.
Providence Women's Healthcare is a state-of-the-art practice and provides many pregnancy services to meet a wide range of needs, including:
- Birthing options (e.g. cesarean section, vaginal birth after c-section)
- Ultrasound testing
- Prenatal screenings
- Fetal monitoring
- On-site laboratory test taking
The obstetrics specialists schedule regular visits with you to monitor your and your baby’s health throughout your pregnancy.
What if I have a high-risk pregnancy?
Providence Women's Healthcare provides comprehensive care whether you have a normal or high-risk pregnancy. The providers specialize in many high-risk pregnancy conditions, including:
- Blood disorders
- High blood pressure
- Gestational diabetes
- Preterm labor
Providence Women's Healthcare also collaborates with other high-risk specialists to ensure you get the best possible outcomes.
What happens after pregnancy?
Providence Women's Healthcare continues to provide postnatal care for you after you have the baby. Following the birth of your baby, your provider has you return to the office for postpartum visits.
In addition to checking your reproductive organs, your provider also screens for postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression is a serious mood disorder that makes it hard for you to take care of yourself and your baby. But with an early diagnosis and treatment plan, you can feel better.
Providence Women's Healthcare also provides comprehensive women’s health services, including well-woman exams, so they can help you stay on top of your health and well-being throughout every stage of your life.
For patient-centered pregnancy care from an experienced group of providers, call Providence Women's Healthcare or book an appointment online today.
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