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Ob Doctors In Usa
Good care everywhere: Obstetric care in the USA is very good almost anywhere you go. You need to decide what part of the country will be convenient for you. Do you have friends or family who can support you? Choose a hospital nearby that has a high volume of deliveries. If you have medical problems or a poor obstetric history, consider a university hospital as you will have access to many specialists there. ...Read more
Emergency room: I would suggest that if you experience any problems while travelling that you go to an er where the staff OB can attend to you and whatever issue that you may be experiencing. ...Read more
A better book: Is the prenatal book published by the american college obgyn. ...Read more
Physical exam: Your doctor will do a speculum exam and look for a pool of amnionic fluid in the vagina, a nitrazine test that checks the ph of the fluid and will put some of the fluid on a slide and look under the microscope for a ferning like pattern that the fluid will make. In certain circumstances that are very rare, your doctor could do an amniocentesis and place dye in the fluid around the baby. ...Read more
Can you tell me how to find a ob doc that would do a has anyone lost there baby with amniocentesis test 4 DNA reasons?
Amniocentesis Safety: Rate of loss from amniocentesis is often quoted anywhere between 1/300 to 1/500 and often it has to do with the reason why the amniocentesis is done...If there's suspicion for infection or a genetic problem...The fetus may already be predisposed to stillbirth which could be wrongfully blamed on the amniocentesis. More likely to get fluid leakage with amniocentesis (1%) than fetal loss. ...Read more
I told my ob that i had an induced abortion. Are doctors allowed to tell it to my healthcare insurance? she did. And i felt humiliated.
Unfortunately yes: Doctors are obliged to document all pertinent medical history in your chart, because it's relevant. Unfortunately Insurance companies have the right to have access to your chart whenever they want. So Doctors do not have choice, unless you sign a letter with your Doctors office telling not to give any information to your Insurance and you are legally responsible for the consequences . ...Read more
Ob prescribed lebetalol. My perinatalist told me to double the dose didn't write new prescription. About to run out and doctors aren't there. What do?
Pharmacists: I would hope that your pharmacist can assist you with this common problem. There has to be physicians on call that can approve an emergency refill or medication clarification. ...Read more
Im 6months preg. And think I have a virus would it be okay to go to family doc instead of OB or should I go to OB?
Family doc: Your family doctor should be capable of handling an illness even while you are pregnant. If treatment is needed or the illness is severe it might be necessary to contact the OB. ...Read more
Hi, this morning, i experienced dizziness, weakness, ears ringing, cloudy visions. Based ob those symptoms, what is or are my diagnose (s) doctor?
Muster not heard of: I believe you mean shoulder dystocia which is a problem with large babies. Different manuevers are done by the OB to deliver the shoulder. ...Read more
Referrals: This is usually much better than showing up at a hospital where you have seen none of the doctors on staff. While there will be someone to take care of you that is not the optimal situation. They won't have your records and you may not be on the same wavelength as the covering physician. Do this soon before you are very advanced in your pregnancy. ...Read more
Depends: Did he see 2 ruptured ovarian follicles, which means the eggs were released, or did he see 2 follicles which contain the eggs that will be released? Need to ask the physician. ...Read more
Hi should change my ob doctor because he is refusing me of an ultrasound until 26wks r/m I am 21wks. He haven't perform one since i was 11ks concern.?
Yes: You should consult your OB or family doctor. ...Read more
It's ok: Many ob's take night call after 55. It will probably be hard to circumvent the policy however depending on the hospital. I don't think this is super common. ...Read more
Just found out I have heirs yesterday and was told to follow up with my OB doctor. But I have no sores or nun
My bf wants to have sex tonite is ok?
Heirs: Heirs are people who are to inherit money, an estate, a title, from an individual. I think you means something else. Please re-type your request for my OB/Gyn colleagues. ...Read more
Training - Services: Fertility docs who are rei trained also provide some services that an ob/gyn doc does not (usually). For example, rei docs offer ivf, icsi, donor egg and surrogacy services that virtually no ob/gyn provides. Rei physicians spend over 90% of their time on fertility disorders unless they are university-based. Rei docs usually handle the most difficult cases too. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Depends: What do you want from the visit? Why are you going to the appointment? Depends on your age and your issues. Be open to any and all options. Is it for birth control, is if for becoming sexually active and responsible, are you concerned with a condition or disease or infection? Go n with some general questions and concerns and see where you end up. Don't overwhelm the doctor. There is a limit. ...Read more
It's been a month since my C-section and I am having heavy bleefing again is this normal or should I call my ob doc. ?
First period?: If you are bleeding 4 weeks after then this is most likely your first period coming right on time. ...Read more
Does she need to see the doctor right away? It's thanksgiving and can't get ahold of her ob/gyn. Can it wait till Monday?
Depends: It depends on what the problem is and whether or not she's pregnant. If she is, you can always call labor and delivery at the hospital and ask. Good luck ...Read more
I just got an appointment to my OB-GYN for the first time. I feel comfortable asking this to a lady doctor. What should I expect?
Just talking.: Most times you do not need to get undressed or have a pelvic exam by a GYN at your age. You will likely just be talking to the doctor. If you are more comfortable with a female then that is who you should see. If their is not a female OB/GYN nearby then perhaps you could see a nurse practitioner. It is important to be comfortable with your healthcare providers. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Hi!doc, just wanna ask?Were can we find a good, friendly and affordable ob gyn doc?We are almost 6 yrs married w/my husband but still don't have baby
Where: Depending on where you live, you'll be able to find local groups. Word of mouth means a lot so ask around. ...Read more
I have a bad odor at times it's like it comes an goes. I have asked my ob/gyn doctor about it an he told me it might be what I'm eating, can you help?
Doc, i have a friend of mine her problem is that they still dont have a baby, because when they do the check up at the OB and the result is that his husband has only 12million sperm cell count.. Doc is that really a big problem?
Not your problem: How sympathetic you may be The couple already have enough stress due to fertility problem , it is polite to stay out , Yes under 15 million count is considered low ( will be as high as 40 to 200 million ) if they did count obvious under the care of experts just wish them luck ...Read more
Medical Society: Either contact the local medical society or call the nearest labor & delivery unit and ask whom you should see. Sometimes your nurses can be your greatest asset, ask them who they'd send their own daughter to. There's also the local phone book but this can be random and it's difficult to get the info you need. Also ask your current doc, they may know someone. Good luck on your pregnancy. ...Read more
Pregnancy care: The most highly trained is the ob/gyn specialist.. General and family practice docs don't do operative deliveries. If you are thinking of a midwife, choose a nurse midwife that works at a hospital with OB backup. ...Read more
Yes: Depending on the stage of pregnency.Get a more detailed answer ›
My ob/gyn says everything is ok but I see light green/yellow fluid on my pants time to time.What can it be?Doc doesn't see anything worrisome.
Green yellow fluid: If you have had a gyn check and everything looks normal, then these colors are most likely due to the metabolism of very small quanties of blood, perhaps left over from your last period, due to rupture of common small cervical cysts, or due to increased bleeding with periods from fibroids. If you have had the exam, i wouldn't worry. ...Read more