Prenatal Care    4D Ultrasound   Monitoring

We recommend that woman planning for pregnancy undergo a thorough evaluation to ensure she is in good preconception health.  Some steps may help to reduce the risk of certain problems during pregnancy:

1. Folic acid – The U.S. Public Health Service recommends that women of childbearing age get at least 400 micrograms of folic acid every day, we recommend supplementing the diet with folic acid for 3 months before getting pregnant and at least the first 3 months of pregnancy. 

2. Proper immunizations for the mother – Women who are thinking about getting pregnant should make sure they have been properly vaccinated for certain diseases that could harm a developing fetus (such as chicken pox or rubella). It is important to get these vaccinations before becoming pregnant because they can harm a developing fetus. 

3. Healthy behaviors – Having a healthy weight and diet and getting regular physical activity can help both the mother and fetus during pregnancy.  Avoiding smoking, alcohol, or drug use is also important. In addition, certain medications and exposures in the environment can be harmful to the fetus and it is important to avoid them during pregnancy.


Prenatal care is more than just health care while you are pregnant. Your health care provider may discuss many issues, such as nutrition and physical activity, what to expect during the birth process and basic skills for caring for your newborn.

Your physician will estabish a schedule for your prenatal visits. You can expect to see your health care provider more often as your due date gets closer. A typical schedule includes visiting your doctor

  • About once each month during your first six months of pregnancy
  • Every two weeks during the seventh and eighth month of pregnancy
  • Weekly in the ninth month of pregnancy

If you are over 35 years old or your pregnancy is high risk diabetes or high blood pressure, your doctor will probably want to see you more often or transfer you to a tertiary care center that specializes in handling your specific condition. because you have certain health problems like


-4D ultrasoud pictures and videos on CD to keep, upload to your smart phone, IPad, blog or your face book page. Tweet or text your baby's pictures and videos to family and friends. Saturday Appointments are available to accommodate working family members who would like to attend this very special banding event.

* additional fees may apply for on demand 4D ultrasounds

We'll be glad to help you load your baby pictures and videos to your smart phone or other portable devices, text or tweet family and friends or simply send then to your email

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