Obgyn of Atlanta

Patient Education

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Childbirth Classes:

This one-day class is intended to prepare the expecting couple for the birth of their baby. Knowledge is power, and a better understanding of the birth process will allow a couple to enter childbirth more relaxed, confident and empowered. Read more.

About Your Health:

Women today spend half their lives in menopause. Menopause is a natural transition but the loss of ovarian function heralds an acceleration of the aging process. In particular, menopausal women note cognitive dysfunction often describing difficulties with memory and focus. They may experience bone loss, cardiovascular disease and menopausal symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats.  Read more.
Your provider has given you a prescription for birth control. Birth control pills and vaginal ring use can help improve menstrual cramps, reduce menstrual flow, help PMS, improve acne, regulate your periods, reduce your risk for ovarian and uterine cancer, relieve perimenopausal symptoms and prevent pregnancy.  Read more.
The Pap test is known as a screening test because it helps identify people who need further evaluation. The Pap test can detect changes in the cells of the cervix at an early stage. For most women, a Pap test done each year starting at age 21 is the best screening method for finding changes in the cervix. Read more.

Prenatal Information:

There is increasing evidence that supports a link between ZIKA virus infection during pregnancy and adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes, including pregnancy loss, microcephaly, and brain and eye abnormalities. Read more.
Watch our 30 second spot in the March of Dimes "Labor of Love" video and why you should wait 39 weeks for your child-birth. Watch the announcement.
We would like to outline some medications and tips to follow for the treatment of nausea, minor colds, respiratory infections, and hay fever. These problems are very common in pregnancy, and it would be helpful for you to know how to deal with them. If will save you the trouble of calling us about your symptoms and having to wait for the staff to call you back with advice.  Read more.
Nausea and vomiting symptoms are extremely common during the 1st three months of pregnancy due to changing hormones. Following are some suggestions to help with these symptoms. Read more.
We know some foods actually carry risks in pregnancy _ the risks are very small, and even if you do eat some of these foods, perhaps without realizing, you are very unlikely to harm yourself or your baby in any way. However, it makes sense to avoid them when you can. Read more.
This schedule depicts the typical pregnancy calendar and what will be done at each prenatal visit. Read more.
The great majority of expectant mothers can continue to work until late in pregnancy without any problem.  Sometimes, however, the physical changes entailed in pregnancy or the demands of a woman's job can create workplace difficulties.  Read more.
The following guidelines should be followed by our patients who have been placed on bedrest.  If your physician or midwife has given other recommendations you should follow those. Read more.