Your obstetrician will check you and your baby’s health through ultrasounds, tests and measurements.
These conditions include high blood pressure, infections, genetic disorders and diabetes.
Your obstetrician will provide you steps on staying healthy through diet and exercise as well as medications you need to take.
When it’s time, your doctor will also deliver your baby or babies.
You will receive information on how to deal with common conditions related to pregnancy, including heartburn, morning sickness, back and leg pain.
Your obstetrician will provide healthcare after your pregnancy to ensure that you and your child are healthy. He or she will work with nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals to provide care.
After your pregnancy, your body will undergo changes that require special care, both physically and emotionally. We recommend making a postpartum follow up visit with your doctor six weeks after your baby’s birth.