Proper obstetrics care is essential if you’re pregnant or planning to conceive soon. At Inspire Ob/Gyn, LLC Lindsay Killingsworth, MD, Courtney Middleton, MD, and Gretchen Troxler, MD, provide women in and around Johns Creek of Suwanee, Georgia, with expert care. Their expertise ensures your health, the health of your baby, and a smooth delivery. When you need high-quality obstetric care, call the office or schedule an appointment using the online tool.
The practice of obstetrics focuses on the health and wellness of your body during pregnancy. Obstetricians are doctors who oversee prenatal care, fetal health, and delivery of babies. Ultrasounds, health screenings, and monitoring of your health and your baby’s health fall under your obstetrician’s care.
You benefit from receiving expert obstetrics care from a board-certified OB/GYN. Dr. Killingsworth, Dr. Middleton and Dr. Troxler provide attentive, quality care throughout pregnancy, through delivery, and beyond.
Prenatal care is appropriate if you’re thinking about getting pregnant, think you might be pregnant, or you know you’re pregnant. Pregnancy care offers the essential support you need to keep you and your baby healthy during the nine months of pregnancy.
You receive the screenings, support, and care you need to help you transition to becoming a mother. Each pregnancy is unique, and prenatal visits reflect this.
At Inspire Ob/Gyn, LLC, the prenatal care generally involves:
Your first prenatal visit includes a review of your health history. The staff gathers vital readings, like your current weight, blood pressure, and blood oxygen level. This information is used as a baseline to compare your readings at future prenatal appointments. You may also undergo blood screenings and urine tests.
At subsequent appointments, your physician addresses any lingering questions you may have. Dr. Killingsworth and Dr. Middleton check will also check the baby’s heart rate, measure your abdomen, and may do ultrasound screenings.
Prenatal visits are less frequent early in your pregnancy and become more regular as your pregnancy progresses. Visits occur about once per month for the first 28 weeks. Then you come in twice a month from weeks 28-36. After week 36, you’ll come in one time per week.
Dr. Killingsworth and Dr. Middleton are experienced in dealing with high-risk pregnancies. A high-risk pregnancy may involve:
A pre-existing condition in the mother, such as lupus, also makes a high pregnancy risk. This type of pregnancy requires more frequent monitoring and sometimes additional tests to check the health of mother and baby.
When you need quality obstetrics care, call Inspire Ob/Gyn, LLC, or schedule your first visit online.