services from start to finish
From pre-conception to labor and delivery, the physicians at SRB personally partner with you to ensure a healthy pregnancy and successful delivery. Obstetrics services include:
- Pre-pregnancy assessment and counseling
- Repeated early pregnancy loss (recurrent miscarriage)
- Low risk pregnancy with the expectation of normal uncomplicated birth
- Pregnancy beyond 35 years of age; high risk pregnancy care; multiple pregnancies
- Pregnancy complicated with high blood pressure (pre-eclampsia), or diabetes
- Operative obstetrics, caesarean section
It's time to finally meet you're little one! Our friendly staff is equipped with the latest prenatal imaging to bring you face to face with your bundle of joy.
PINK OR BLUE? 2D GENDER DETERMINATION
Best scheduled after 16 weeks.
Includes 1 DVD - $80
DID YOU MISS ME? PRECIOUS PEEKS 3D
Best scheduled during 27-34 weeks.
Includes 1 DVD - $200
+ HOW ACCURATE IS AN ULTRASOUND PREGNANCY TEST?
Ultrasounds are often used to confirm and monitor pregnancies, and they are very accurate with the exception of a few uncommon circumstances. An ultrasound can potentially miss a pregnancy if it is located outside of the womb, i.e. an ectopic pregnancy. It can also potentially miss a pregnancy in the very early stages, as the embryo may not yet be large enough to see on the screen.
+ WHEN DURING PREGNANCY IS THE FIRST ULTRASOUND?
The first ultrasound is typically performed on the first obstetrical visit at about 6-8 weeks into a pregnancy. Women with high risk pregnancies will likely have earlier and more frequent ultrasounds.
+ HOW EARLY CAN YOU FIND OUT YOUR BABY’S GENDER WITH AN ULTRASOUND?
It is difficult to ascertain when exactly a doctor will be able to determine a baby’s gender because it is entirely dependent on the position of the baby during the ultrasound. If the baby is in a good viewing position, then a doctor can usually tell the sex of a baby around the 18-20 week mark.
+ ARE PRENATAL ULTRASOUNDS SAFE?
Ultrasounds are a safe an effective tool for doctors and prospective parents to view a baby’s position, movements, and progress. They have been used for decades and there is no evidence that they are harmful when used properly.
Dr. Mauney discusses birthing options for women including vaginal birth and operative deliveries.
She also explains common reasons and misconceptions for each option.
Dr. Wilkes discusses the causes and effects of postpartum depression, and how prevalent it is in women.
After explaining how to see the signs, she discusses exactly what options we can provide to our patients.