Receiving superior prenatal care is one of the best ways to have a healthy pregnancy, labor, and delivery. At Roswell ObGyn, LLC, with locations in Alpharetta, Atlanta, Canton, and Cumming, Georgia, the skilled obstetrics and gynecology specialists offer comprehensive prenatal care for low- and high-risk pregnancies. Call the office to schedule an appointment, or use the online booking feature today.
Prenatal care at Roswell ObGyn, LLC includes medical evaluations, diagnostic testing as needed, and treatments for pregnant women. The board-certified obstetricians at Roswell ObGyn, LLC have many years of experience caring for pregnant women, use cutting-edge technologies, and offer exceptional OB/GYN services.
Women who receive routine prenatal care have a lower risk of medical problems during pregnancy. This includes issues with themselves or their unborn baby. Outstanding prenatal care also increases the chance of safe labor and delivery.
Roswell ObGyn, LLC offers the following prenatal services for pregnant women of all ages:
Your pregnancy is high-risk if you’re older than 35, are carrying multiple fetuses, have a chronic disease, or have a history of pregnancy complications.
During prenatal care visits to Roswell ObGyn, LLC, a friendly OB/GYN specialist greets you, weighs you, and checks your blood pressure and additional vital signs.
They review your symptoms, medical history, medications, lifestyle habits, and the date of your last period. Your provider estimates your due date. They also complete a physical exam, including a pelvic exam and Pap smear if needed, and may listen to your baby’s heartbeat or complete an onsite ultrasound.
You might need to leave a urine sample or undergo blood tests to complete specific health screenings.
Your provider offers pregnancy education and answers questions you may have throughout your pregnancy. They let you know what to expect during labor and delivery and after your new baby arrives.
When you should schedule prenatal visits at Roswell ObGyn, LLC depends on whether or not your pregnancy is low- or high-risk. You might see your specialist once a month during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy and more often as you approach your due date or because of complication risk factors.
Don’t hesitate to call the office if you develop new or unusual symptoms, such as bleeding, reduced fetal movement, or pelvic pain.
Schedule an appointment at Roswell ObGyn, LLC by phone or online today to take advantage of outstanding prenatal care.