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Pregnancy Specialist

Modern OBGYN Care

Obstetricians & Gynecologists located in Miramar, FL, seeing patients from Weston, FL, Pembroke Pines, FL, & Davie, FL

If you’re pregnant, attending routine prenatal appointments is the best way to reduce the risk of complications for you and your unborn baby. At Modern OBGYN Care in Miramar, Florida, Miguel Torres, MD, Marcela Torres, MD, and their highly trained team offer comprehensive pregnancy care in a comfortable, welcoming environment. Call the office to schedule a prenatal visit or book an appointment online today.

Pregnancy Q & A

What is pregnancy care?

Pregnancy is a time in a woman’s life during which she carries an unborn baby. Modern OBGYN Care providers offer prenatal visits during pregnancy, and labor and delivery services when you’re ready to have your baby.

The expert team also offers international services for pregnant women who come to the United States to have their babies. If this is the case for you, you must be seen before 26 weeks gestation to stay in the U.S. 

OBGYN specialists at Modern OBGYN Care only see 15 pregnant women a month to make sure they aren’t always at the hospital. This ensures top-quality care for all of their patients.

What are the benefits of pregnancy care?

Some of the many benefits you can experience by attending routine prenatal visits at Modern OBGYN Care include:

  • Better overall health
  • Early disease detection
  • Low risk of pregnancy complications
  • Low risk of problems during labor and delivery
  • Healthier babies

Routine obstetrics visits allow your specialist to detect medical problems before they become serious. The appointments can help you manage an illness, injury, or disease you may have while pregnant.

What should I expect during prenatal appointments?

During the first prenatal visit at Modern OBGYN Care, your provider weighs you, has you leave a urine sample, and checks your pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs. They discuss your medical history, the date of your last menstrual period, and your lifestyle.

Your OBGYN specialist also completes a physical examination, including a pelvic exam and Pap test if needed, and may listen to your baby’s heartbeat or complete an ultrasound to assess the health of your unborn baby. They calculate your due date, order blood tests, and answer any questions you may have about your pregnancy.

Follow-up visits at Modern OBGYN Care are similar but often take less time. During certain times throughout your pregnancy, your specialist could recommend diabetes testing, additional blood tests, more ultrasounds, or genetic testing.

When should I schedule pregnancy care visits?

Follow your OBGYN specialist’s instructions regarding when to schedule pregnancy visits at Modern Care OBGYN. You might come to the office once a month initially, with more frequent appointments needed as your due date approaches.

If your pregnancy is considered high-risk because of a disease, history of pregnancy problems, or advanced maternal age, your provider might recommend more frequent prenatal visits. 

To maximize your chance of a healthy pregnancy, call the Modern OBGYN Care office or book an appointment online today.