If you’re pregnant or trying to get pregnant, rely on Collaborative Women’s Care in Miami, Florida, for superior obstetrics care. Eduardo Valdes, MD, Brittany Berre, NP, and their professional team offer comprehensive care before, during, and after pregnancy. Call the office today to schedule an appointment or book one online.
Pregnancy care at Collaborative Women’s Care includes pregnancy planning, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment when needed to ensure the highest level of health for you and your unborn baby.
The Collaborative Women’s Care experts are board-certified, have a compassionate bedside manner, and have many years of medical experience caring for pregnant women of all ages.
The many benefits you can experience with top-notch pregnancy care at Collaborative Women’s Care include:
Women and babies who attend routine prenatal visits with OB/GYN providers have a low risk of complications and better outcomes during and after pregnancy.
During your first pregnancy visit, a specialist checks your weight, blood pressure, pulse, and other vital signs. They review your medical history, ask you about your symptoms, and discuss the medicines you’re taking if any. Your doctor reviews your lifestyle habits, eating and exercise routine, and the dietary supplement you’re taking.
Your OB/GYN provider completes a physical exam, including a pelvic exam and Pap test if needed. They listen to your baby’s heartbeat, measure your abdomen, and, in some cases, use a vaginal ultrasound to view your unborn baby. They suggest you have blood tests, urine tests, or other diagnostic tests when necessary.
Collaborative Women’s Care providers calculate your due date and answer questions or concerns you have about you and your baby’s health. They offer genetic tests, 3D/4D ultrasound imaging, and gestational diabetes screenings at certain times during your pregnancy.
They can treat an illness or disease if you have one.
Your doctor lets you know how often to schedule pregnancy appointments at Collaborative Women’s Care. The frequency of appointments is based on whether your pregnancy is low- or high-risk and how far along you are.
Schedule an appointment if you’re thinking about becoming pregnant, after a positive pregnancy test, and once a month (more often if your doctor recommends it) during the first part of your pregnancy. The closer you get to your due date, the more often you should see your OB/GYN specialist.
Call your doctor if you experience unusual or new symptoms while pregnant, like dizziness, nausea, vomiting, vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, or decreased fetal movement.
For exceptional pregnancy care with highly trained specialists, book a prenatal appointment with Collaborative Women’s Care by phone or online today.