The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published interim guidelines for pregnant women during the Zika virus outbreak. Please go to the following link to read the full guidance:
If you’re thinking of getting pregnant, chances are you’ve got some questions. Whether you’re planning to start trying to conceive in the near future or have already started trying, speaking to one of our nurse practitioners can be beneficial.
First, I am confused about the new guidelines regarding yearly checkups. I know it is now recommended to do a Pap test only every 3 years if you have a negative HPV test. I did mine last year, so I’m good for two more years…. BUT does this mean you do not come in at…Details
Even the slightest pain during pregnancy is enough to send a woman into a panic about the health of her baby. As a mother-to-be, there’s nothing you want more than to deliver a healthy and happy baby. With all of the changes your body will go through over the course of your pregnancy, there are…Details
Staying on top of your prenatal care appointments is an important part of your pregnancy. Regular visits with your prenatal practitioner helps you and your baby stay healthy throughout the pregnancy.