Attending regular pregnancy visits to Progressive Women's Healthcare in Atlanta, Georgia, offers you and your baby the best chance to thrive. Board-certified obstetrics and gynecology physician Lathan Overstreet, MD, and his skilled midwifery team offer comprehensive pregnancy care for female patients. Schedule a prenatal appointment by phone or online today.
Pregnancy care at Progressive Women's Healthcare consists of medical evaluations, screenings, and treatment for women who are expecting babies. The team of skilled providers includes an OB/GYN physician and certified midwives who make the journey to parenthood safe, healthy, and enjoyable. The experienced medical professionals are highly trained in prenatal care, labor, and delivery.
Progressive Women's Healthcare offers the following pregnancy health care options:
Progressive Women's Healthcare offers ultrasounds to confirm a pregnancy, follow up for high-risk care, and complete anatomy screenings. The practice provides 3D and 4D ultrasound options.
During pregnancy visits to Progressive Women's Healthcare, a provider weighs you, checks your blood pressure and other vital signs, and reviews your symptoms and medical history.
They may have you complete a pregnancy test, blood testing, or a Pap test to screen for signs of cervical cancer. During a physical exam, your specialist may listen to you and your baby’s heartbeat, measure your abdomen, or complete an ultrasound.
You might be a candidate for diabetes screening or genetic testing. Your provider discusses your nutritional habits and may recommend changes or dietary supplements to give you and your baby the best chance to thrive.
It’s also vital to avoid smoking, drinking, and taking certain medications while pregnant.
They work closely with you to develop a labor and delivery plan, including a water birth option if you choose it.
Schedule pregnancy appointments at Progressive Women's Healthcare as directed by your provider. Initially, you might see your specialist monthly, followed by visits every two weeks, and weekly after that.
High-risk pregnancies require more frequent medical monitoring than low-risk pregnancies. Your pregnancy is considered high-risk if you’re aged 35 or older or a teenager, carry excess body weight, have a chronic disease, or are pregnant with multiples. You might also be considered high risk if you have a history of miscarriages.
Take advantage of superior pregnancy care by calling the Progressive Women's Healthcare office or using the online booking feature today.