What Week Do Pregnancy Symptoms Start?
It can be an exciting moment the minute you get a positive pregnancy test. You are going to become a parent. Of course, there is also so much to think about. One of the most important aspects to focus on is the health of both you and your baby throughout the nine months of your pregnancy. After all, you and your baby’s health are of the utmost importance, and we are here to make sure that you get the care you deserve for a healthy pregnancy and delivery.
- Nutritional counseling
- Pregnancy screenings
- Prenatal ultrasounds and screening
- Prenatal care
- Labor and delivery care
- Follow-up care after delivery (e.g. birth control; postpartum counseling)
Our goal as your OBGYN is to make you feel as comfortable as possible throughout your pregnancy. You should never hesitate to bring up any questions or concerns you have. We are happy to provide you with all the information you need to make sure that you and your baby are always getting the best medical care and treatments available.
During the early stages of your pregnancy, it’s important that you visit your OBGYN every three to four weeks. As your pregnancy progresses these visits will become more frequent. During your first visit, we will get as much information as possible regarding your medical history, family history, pre-existing conditions and any medications you are taking. And, of course, will also be monitoring the health of the baby during these visits.
If you are pregnant and need to schedule an appointment with Capital Women's Care Division 66 in Bowie, Greenbelt, or North Bethesda, MD OBGYN
then call us at (301) 249-4090.