Pregnancy is a time of amazing changes, but you may feel overwhelmed by all the things you need to know about pregnancy and having a baby. Don’t worry, though—you don’t need to learn everything all at once! Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for your baby right now. Rest, eat well, avoid tobacco and alcohol, and get regular prenatal exams. Learn more about how to keep your baby and yourself healthy during your pregnancy. » Read more about: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Pregnancy »
We’ve all been there. We know it’s time for our annual gynecology appointment, but we feel just fine. We have no issues, our period is right on time and seems normal. No complaints, so why take the time to go through another doctor’s appointment? Let’s explore the serious reasons why annual well-woman exams help you live better and longer. » Read more about: What is Included in an Annual Women’s Wellness Exam? »
Even if you’ve had a cesarean (C-section) in the past, you have choices for your next pregnancy. Many women opt for a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) because it offers a faster recovery. On the other hand, if you choose a planned C-section, you know how and when you will give birth, and you avoid problems that can come up during an unplanned cesarean. Still unsure? Answer the questions in this decision aid and get more information so you can decide which choice is right for you. » Read more about: Once a C-Section, Always a C-Section? »
We are working with a new company that will make it easier for us to communicate with our patients. Rather than writing blogs and posting to Facebook hoping you will check in, we now have a smart phone application that will let us notify you of select issues that effect your health.
Simply Text: BRIO to 77948 to download the app.
Enter your doctor’s code during the registration:
Vierling: 3708 » Read more about: Smart Phone App. to communicate with our patients (Brio Health) »
The HUGE decision given to expectant parents regarding genetic screening can be extremely overwhelming. The mainstream in recognizing it has an important place and is expanding its research to develop non- invasive tests that won’t cause harm to baby or risks to the mom. Recently NBC’s “Today” featured a segment on a new, non- invasive and quite accurate testing to screen baby’s risk for the most common chromosomal abnormalities including Down’s Syndrome, Trisomy’s 18 and 13. » Read more about: MaterniT 21 featured on “Today” »