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Obstetrical Care

From the family planning stages to postpartum, the professionals at Women's Health Group offer obstetrics care to women at all stages of pregnancy.

Learn more about the types of services we offer by clicking the options below:

  • Endometriosis
  • Family Planning
  • Pregnancy Management and Delivery
  • Postpartum Care
  • Prenatal Care
  • Sterilization
  • Ultrasounds
  • Midwifery
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The Women’s Health Group offers comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic services including in-office procedures, pelvic support treatment, and minimally invasive surgical techniques...
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Pregnancy Management and Delivery

Pregnancy Management and Delivery in Denver

Pregnancy can bring about a wave of emotions: excitement, uncertainty, and even apprehension, especially for first-time mothers. You may worry about potential complications or delivery challenges. At the Women’s Health Group, we understand, and we’re here to offer guidance and care.

Our pregnancy management and delivery services will help you feel more prepared, maintain your health, and create your birthing plan.

Planning for a Safe, Healthy Birth

Our goal is to help you create a birthing plan that maximizes your comfort and wellness. We are experienced in managing all types of births and are committed to providing exceptional care for you and your baby.

When planning for your delivery, you will need to make several decisions, such as who you want to have in the room, whether you want to have a home birth or a hospital delivery, and whether or not you want pain medication or an epidural. You’ll also need to decide what type of birth you’d like to have.

Your birthing experience may involve:

Vaginal birth
Cesarean delivery
Vaginal birth after Cesarean (VBAC)

Managing Pregnancy Complications

During your pregnancy, you may experience symptoms that concern you. Regular visits with your provider can help identify potential issues and provide peace of mind. We are here to answer your questions and deliver the compassionate support you need for a healthy pregnancy.

We encourage you to reach out when something doesn't feel right. Possible complications that can occur during pregnancy include:

  • Vaginal bleeding or spotting
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Preeclampsia
  • Placenta previa or accreta
  • Preterm labor
  • Anemia
  • Depression and/or anxiety

Signs of Labor

You may notice many different signs when your baby is ready to make its way into the world. Some women experience early signs that labor is approaching, such as the baby dropping, cervical softening and dilation, and cramps with back pain. These signs can occur as early as one month before birth or indicate imminent labor.

Signs of active labor can include strong, frequent contractions, the loss of the mucus plug, or your water breaking. Reach out to your provider if you’re having signs of labor. We look forward to helping you welcome your new baby!

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Are you expecting a new addition? We provide support and guidance during pregnancy and help you plan a healthy delivery. Reach out to schedule an appointment to discuss your pregnancy with our experienced physicians.

When should I schedule my first pregnancy visit?

Congratulations on your pregnancy! The American Pregnancy Association recommends having your first prenatal visit around eight weeks after your last menstrual period. We recommend calling to schedule your appointment as soon as you find out you’re pregnant.

What can I do to help ensure a healthy pregnancy?

Staying healthy during pregnancy is essential for your well-being and to support the development of your growing baby.

We recommend:

  • Taking a prenatal vitamin daily
  • Getting plenty of sleep
  • Eating a balanced diet with fruits and vegetables
  • Avoiding alcohol and tobacco
How often should I see my doctor during pregnancy?

You should see your doctor or healthcare provider at least once a month during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy, once every two weeks until 36 weeks, and once a week until delivery.

What is an epidural?

An epidural is a type of pain relief that is used during labor. It involves injecting a small amount of medication into the space around the spinal cord. This can provide pain relief to the lower half of the body while allowing the woman to remain awake and alert during delivery.

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