Welcoming your family’s newest arrival is our privilege. We’ll do everything we can to support you with the highest quality care during your pregnancy, delivery, and post partum period.

A healthy pregnancy begins before conception. We’ll counsel you on what you can do to prepare your body for motherhood. Once you know you’re pregnant, we’ll help you manage any risk factors and see you regularly to monitor your baby’s growth and your health. We’ll order blood tests, ultrasound exams, and other tests as needed. Ultrasound exams are performed in all of our offices by highly skilled, friendly ultrasound technician’s high-tech equipment.

You can relax knowing our familiar care is available 24/7 at The Medical Center of Plano, and Texas plano Presbyterian hospital, One of our physicians is always present and ready to care for you. 

For more information about your pregnancy and what to expect please see our link for the Pregnancy Book.

Every patient will receive a copy of this book at their first obstetric appointment.

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Healthy Pregnancy

At Texas premier OBGYN center, our pregnancy outcomes are excellent due to the superior pre-pregnancy and pre-natal care that is provided. Our physicians are dedicated to making the pregnancy and birth experience beautiful and wondrous for Mommy,Daddy and the entire family.

The following is a list of links to educational information provided by The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists on important topics related to pregnancy. This information does not replace your physician’s expert advice and guidance for your individual care, please contact your physician for specific questions or concerns about your pregnancy.


Normal & High Risk Pregnancies

Pregnancy is one of the most important times in a woman’s life. Having the proper care and knowledge is essential to a successful term and delivery of your baby. We provide full pregnancy care, from conception through delivery and even longer. Our experienced team can help you every step of the way on this incredible journey. We offer specialized care in family planning, prenatal care and delivery.

Prenatal care is crucial to your baby’s healthy development. Regular doctor’s visits are recommended and will allow for professional monitoring of your baby’s health. A regular appointment should include checking the baby’s heart rate and checking your blood pressure, urine and weight gain. Ultrasounds can be performed to visually check on the baby’s development.

In addition to our general obstetrical services, we also provide care for high risk pregnancies, including women with pre-existing medical conditions, multiple births or abnormal pregnancies that carry an increased risk of complications. Our doctors strive to develop strong, trusting relationships with their patients to help them experience a smooth pregnancy.

Some conditions that may increase the risk of complication during pregnancy or delivery include diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid disorders, heart disease, cancer and more. Complications during pregnancy, such as gestational diabetes, premature birth and recurrent miscarriages can also be treated by our specialists. For these women, we provide close follow-up, personalized care and special delivery techniques to ensure a healthy pregnancy.

After developing a partnership with your doctor over the past nine months, you can work together to ensure a safe and successful delivery. It is important to choose a doctor you trust for this memorable journey.

Infertility Evaluation Treatment

Most couples are able to become pregnant after at least one year of trying. Those who cannot, or who suffer from repeated miscarriages, may be infertile. Over 7 million women in the US have difficulty getting pregnant, although the problem is commonly due to male factors.

Infertility problems may be a result of not enough sperm being produced or the inability of the sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it. In women, the problem is usually caused by ovulation disorders, but may also be the result of blocked fallopian tubes or uterine fibroids. Fertility can also be affected by certain life factors such as age, stress and alcohol consumption.

Infertility can be a troubling problem for couples trying to start a family. There are several treatment options available to help treat this condition. Certain medications can help women’s infertility problems, while assisted reproductive technology (ART) can mix the sperm and eggs and then place them into the women’s body. Your doctor can help you decide which treatment option is best for you.

Lactation Teaching & Assistance

Breastfeeding is a natural and healthy process that provides many advantages to both baby and mother. However, many new mothers have difficulty adjusting to breastfeeding and may benefit from a lactation consultation. A lactation consultation can help you fully understand the breastfeeding process and troubleshoot any problems, pain or confusion you may be having.

We can teach you about the many benefits of breastfeeding, how to obtain the proper positioning and helping your baby to latch properly.  Our experts can also answer any lactation or nursing questions you may have as well as identifying and correcting any problems you experience.

Even mothers who have had success breastfeeding before may need assistance with a new baby. Our staff will take into consideration your history and concerns before developing a breastfeeding plan for you.


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