Whether you’re a new mom or are expecting your latest addition, you and your developing baby need exceptional care. At All About Women, you’ll get real, personal care from doctors with decades of experience in everything from preconception to postpartum care. Even after delivering thousands of babies, the team at All About Women is almost as excited as you are.
Caring For Your
Your prenatal visits will include education to prepare you and your partner for parenthood. We’ll also perform a lot of specialized tests to carefully monitor the progress of your pregnancy. With on-site ultrasound and fetal monitoring, you won’t have to go to another facility for routine monitoring. And, with our state-of-the-art 3D and 4D ultrasound technology, you’ll be able to see live-action images of your beautiful new addition.
The Big Day—Labor of Love
You’ll never forget the day your child is born. We’re parents ourselves—we know the joy and apprehension that comes with bringing new life into the world. Our team of providers will use their 50 years of combined experience to help you and your family develop a birthing plan that’s perfect for you. So when the big day comes, you can rest assured that you and your baby are getting the best care possible.
After the Birth
Congratulations! This is an exciting time, but also a time full of change and transition for your entire family. We’re here to help. After your baby is born, a postpartum visit will be scheduled for about 6 weeks after delivery. During this visit, we will monitor your recovery to be sure you are physically healthy, and discuss with you your plans for family planning. We’ll also talk about the emotional changes that take place after giving birth, and help you and your family adjust to your new family member.
We’re just a phone call away. Please, call us at any time with any questions or concerns.
Contact us today to meet our practitioners and find out more about our obstetrics services.
Your relationship with your gynecologist is an important one. At All About Women, we value each and every one of our relationships with our patients. Our team of experienced specialists works with you throughout your lifetime to make your health a top priority.
Yearly exams are an essential part of any woman’s health care. At All About Women, we strive to make them as comfortable as possible. During the appointment we will conduct a health history, physical exam and address any health issues that may be a concern. We will also perform a pelvic exam and a Pap smear test, where we take a sample of cells from your cervix to examine for abnormalities.
BIRTH CONTROL OPTIONS
All the birth control options available these days can be confusing. Don’t worry. We’ll guide you through all options available and help you find the method that’s right for your lifestyle and your health goals. We also offer permanent surgical birth control options such as tubal ligation.
Endometrial ablation is a procedure that removes a thin tissue layer from the uterus in order to reduce heavy bleeding. This procedure can drastically improve the quality of life for women who are suffering from menorrhagia, heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding commonly caused by hormonal imbalance, uterine fibroids, polyps, pregnancy complications and dysfunction of the ovaries, among other things. For women who wish to avoid major surgery, this procedure is a viable alternative to a hysterectomy.
Learn more about heavy periods and endometrial ablations by speaking with one of our providers.
PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the pelvic floor muscles become weak or damaged and can no longer support the pelvic organs—the uterus, bladder and rectum. This condition is common, particularly among older women, and treatments vary depending on the type and degree of prolapse. Lifestyle intervention, medication and surgical intervention have all proven to be beneficial. All About Women performs the latest and least-invasive procedures that technology has to offer.
Contact us today for more information about our gynecological services.