Atlanta:   404-256-2943

Alpharetta:   770-343-8331

A Division of Atlanta Women’s Health Group

Atlanta:  404-256-6027
Alpharetta: 770-667-5590

Starting or growing your family is an exciting time

Women's OBGYN in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA.

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Women’s OBGYN provides pre and post-natal to care to women in the Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA area, and women across the country. Starting your family, or growing your family, is an exciting time. You’ll have a lot to do to prepare such as purchasing new baby furniture, preparing the nursery, buying baby supplies, and preparing for your absence from work. Not to mention, you’ll be making regular visits to a women’s OBGYN to help ensure a healthy pregnancy and birth.

OBGYNs provide care throughout your pregnancy 

Throughout your pregnancy, you’ll make regular visits to a women’s OBGYN. At these appointments, your doctor will monitor both your health, and your baby’s health. When you go in for your appointment, the doctor will check your vitals such as your weight and blood pressure. They’ll also discuss how you’re feeling and any concerns you have.

At your appointments, your women’s OBGYN will also check the health of the baby and, as your pregnancy progresses, perform tests to ensure the child’s health. This can be done via ultrasounds and sonograms which allow you to see the baby and even hear its heartbeat. 3D sonograms can even show you what your baby looks like before its born. Other tests can be done to check for illnesses in the baby.

As your pregnancy progresses, you’ll start visiting your women’s OBGYN more frequently. Leading up to the birth you’ll discuss your birth plan with your doctor. They’ll discuss your options and come up with a few plans based on the baby’s health and placement.

Your OBGYN will be able to deliver your baby

When it’s time to have the baby, you can rest easy knowing your women’s OBGYN will be able to perform the delivery. There are two types of deliveries, vaginal births and caesarians, also known as c-sections.

With a vaginal birth, you’ll have the option to have an epidural to help control the pain. This type of birth involves you pushing to deliver the baby vaginally. Many times, women who deliver this way can leave the hospital with their new baby within a day or two.

C-sections are a little different. This involves a numbing agent numbing the lower part of the mother’s body. Your women’s OBGYN will then make an incision through which they’ll remove the baby. Then, the incision will be closed, and you’ll be taken to a recovery room. This option is usually done if you’ve previously had one, have a baby that is breach, or the baby goes into distress during birth.

Women’s OBGYN in Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA

Atlanta and Alpharetta, GA area women who are looking for a women’s OBGYN to provide pre and post-natal care should consider the team at Georgia Obstetrics and Gynecology. Contact Georgia Obstetrics and Gynecology‘s office to learn more about the providers or to schedule an appointment.


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