When Pregnancy Goes Wrong
When things go wrong during pregnancy, an experienced obstetrician is essential to address both your needs and the needs of your developing baby.
There are several factors both during pregnancy and while you’re pregnant that can cause pregnancy complications.
If you have conditions before being pregnant with a sexually transmitted disease, history of drug abuse, vaginal infection, diabetes, eating disorder, asthma or you’re taking medication to treat preexisting conditions when you become pregnant it may affect fetal development; this is when honesty is the best policy. Be upfront with your obstetrician about preexisting conditions. Your OBGYN will examine you and make sure you are in the best health to carry your baby to term.
Complications During Pregnancy
Aside from condition(s) you may already have, pregnancy comes with its set of complications. Mom’s to be can experience the following conditions during pregnancy:
- Gestational Diabetes
- Mental Health Issues
- Preterm Labor
- Urinary Tract Infections
With the changes happening to your body during pregnancy it can be hard to distinguish whats normal and whats not. That’s why it is so important to talk to your obstetrician, in detail, about any pregnancy complications you may have – to be on the safe side.
FIND A TOP10MD OBSTETRICIAN NEAR YOU
It’s important that you trust your Obstetrician because the health of you and your child are in their hands during pregnancy, labor, and delivery. There are thousands of Obstetricians to choose from; however, not all doctors are created equal. That’s why we’ve selected your city’s best Obstetricians – to make the decision process easier for you and your family.
For your peace of mind, Top10MD Obstetricians’ credentials are validated yearly to verify medical licenses have no serious patient care sanctions, current Board Certifications in their given medical specialty, current DEA & DPS licenses, and malpractice insurance. A Top10MD has at least 5+ years experience or has performed 300+ procedures in their given specialty and a current Patient Satisfaction Score of 8.5 or higher.