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Obstetrics and gynecology are a medical specialty that focuses on women's reproduction. During the nine months that a woman is pregnant, she will visit a doctor who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology. This type of doctor is called an Ob Gyn and will meet with pregnant women to discuss the progress of their pregnancy and about delivery options. For example, doctors will discuss with expectant mothers the anaesthesia techniques they want during delivery. Ob Gyn will also conduct ultrasound exams to ensure the health and well being of an unborn baby. These medical doctors may be on call for emergency situations. These emergency situations may involve premature deliveries and high risk cases.

  • Cholestatis - Cholestatis is a condition where bile is blocked from reaching the liver.
  • Embryo - An embryo is an organism that is in the early stages of development.
  • Cesarean Section - A cesarean section is a method where an incision is made in the abdomen and the baby is delivered.
  • Ovulation - Ovulation is a period where a mature egg is released from an ovary.
  • Epidural - An epidural is a type of anaesthesia. During an epidural, medicine is injected to help reduce the pain during delivery.
  • Umbilical Cord - An umbilical cord is the part that connects a placenta to a baby in the womb. This cord is responsible for providing the baby with nutrients.
  • Sonogram - A sonogram is a pelvic ultrasound exam given during pregnancy that uses sound waves to create images of the baby.
  • Forceps - Forceps are a medical instrument used by doctors to help remove a baby during a delivery.
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    Washington, DC 20024
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    Change Point Pregnancy Care and Parenting Resource
    201 Nickels St, Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913
    A crisis pregnancy center (CPC), sometimes called a pregnancy resource center (PRC), is a type of non-profit organization established to counsel pregnant women against having an abortion.
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    Eastside Ob/Gyn
    7001 Rogers Ave Ste 502, Fort Smith, AR 72903
    (479) 484-5901
    Center for Women's Health
    3224 S 70th St, Fort Smith, AR 72903
    (479) 785-2229
    Vein Clinics of Arkansas
    2713 S 74th St Ste 204, Fort Smith, AR 72903
    (479) 484-7100
    Bell Timothy
    7001 Rogers Ave, Fort Smith, AR 72903
    (479) 484-5901
    Physicians' Clinic
    1401 W Locust St Ste 102, Stilwell, OK 74960
    (918) 696-4065
    Fayetteville Women's Clinic PA
    1011 N College Ave, Fayetteville, AR 72701
    (479) 442-8166
    Neo Health
    1325 E Boone St Ste 101, Tahlequah, OK 74464
    (918) 456-2496
    Tahlequah Womens Center Billing Department
    1502 E Shawnee Cir, Tahlequah, OK 74464
    (918) 207-0340
    Paul Plowman DO
    1373 E Boone St, Tahlequah, OK 74464
    (918) 458-1515
    Wallace Champlain DO
    1373 E Boone St, Tahlequah, OK 74464
    (918) 458-1515
    Mena Center for Women's Health PA
    400 Crestwood Cir Ste P, Mena, AR 71953
    (479) 394-2534
    Mesko John D
    403 Morrow St N Ste A, Mena, AR 71953
    (479) 394-4595
    Rocha Carlos
    400 Crestwood Cir, Mena, AR 71953
    (479) 394-2534
    Bradford Hal
    3000 N Market Ave Ste E, Fayetteville, AR 72703
    (479) 444-1440


    Obstetric doctors provide health care and treatments to women during the pregnancy cycle. Many of the medical practices help women plan the births of their children, provide medical exams, and treat infertility. Nearly all of the obstetric professionals are also gynecologists, so they might call themselves OBGYNs. Obstetric and gynecologist doctors undergo extensive training in medical school so that they can provide treatments and tests that involve all parts of the vagina. This can include the uterus, ovary tubes, and cervix. They often provide pap smears and other annual exams that help women stay healthy. The tests can also include ultra sounds to check for pregnancies and medical problems in the uterine lining that cause pain. Even though all OBGYNs are trained to handle common health concerns for women during pregnancy, some of them focus on specific areas of women's health. For instance, an OBGYN might choose to focus on infertility. These doctors help women plan their menstrual periods so that they can get pregnant. They might also use fertility drugs to improve the chances of reproduction. Other doctors, however, might work in the area of pediatric, adolescent, or menopause services. These specialties help ensure that patients receive all of the services that they need. You can learn more about the screening, hysterectomy procedures, pelvic exams, and other procedures offered by OBGYNs in your area by finding their websites online. You can also contact them personally to discuss issues such as tubal implants, 3d ultra sounds, and hysterectomy procedures. Be sure to get recommendations from other women in your area as well.
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