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We’re with You at Every Stage of Your Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a journey that you can share with your women’s health practitioner. Before getting pregnant, your provider can offer a pre-conception visit, which includes evaluations and counseling.

They can recommend supplements that’ll promote a healthy pregnancy and discuss what you can expect during the process of conceiving. They can also get your health history and perform a variety of fertility assessments to help you learn more about your options.

Care During Your Pregnancy

During your pregnancy, it’s important to stay in regular contact with your provider. They can deliver routine prenatal care that ensures you and your baby are as healthy as possible. You’ll have roughly 12 to 15 visits with your provider from pre-conception through delivery. These visits provide an opportunity to voice questions and concerns, as well as receive routine screenings and counseling.

Ultrasounds

Ultrasounds are performed to confirm the health of your pregnancy in the first trimester of pregnancy (weeks one to twelve). At 18 to 20 weeks, another ultrasound is performed to evaluate your pregnancy more thoroughly. This ultrasound will confirm your due date, locate the placenta, determine the sex, measure the fluid in the uterus, and survey the health of the baby. Additional ultrasounds are performed in the last 20 weeks of pregnancy if it is deemed medically necessary. For example, women with high blood pressure, diabetes, or multiples will have more ultrasounds during their pregnancy.

Continued Care After Birth

After pregnancy, your provider will continue to provide ongoing care to ensure that you’re comfortably recovering from childbirth. Many Women’s Health Arizona locations have a lactation counselor or consultant on staff to help you achieve your breastfeeding goals as well.

Speak to Your Provider About Pregnancy Care Services

If you’re currently pregnant or planning to become pregnant, your Women’s Health Arizona provider is here to help you through your pregnancy journey. Speak to your provider today to schedule your next prenatal visit.