Questions to Ask During Your Prenatal Visits
By PARTNERS IN WOMEN'S HEALTH
June 18, 2018
Category: Women's Health
Tags: Prenatal Visits  

The doctors at Partners in Women's Health in Denver, CO, care about providing their patients with the best prenatal care. Prenatal care is prenatal visitsof the utmost importance when it comes to a mother and her unborn child's health.

What kind of care will you find?

Your obstetrician is responsible for monitoring your health, and the development and growth of your baby. Your doctor will use a variety of tests and instruments, including:

  • Blood tests are used to find out if you're pregnant and are used throughout your prenatal visits for other reasons.
  • An antibody screen ensures there aren't any abnormal antibodies that may harm the unborn baby in general.
  • Ultrasonography is what they use to monitor the growth and development of the baby over the duration of your pregnancy.
  • Ultrasounds give the mother and doctor a visual of the fetus. An ultrasound allows obstetricians to identify issues the baby may be suffering from.
  • An immune status of a variety of diseases that may cause complications and infections to the fetus are also needed: HIV, Syphilis, Hepatitis B, and Rubella.

If you and your spouse are trying to get pregnant or think you may already be pregnant, then it's important to call your Denver, CO, obstetricians. They will help you with your prenatal care and any other questions or concerns you may have. Just call to make an appointment (303) 399-3315 today!

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