About Me
How OBGYN Services Helped Me Have a Baby

Hello, my name is Julie and in this blog, I will be explaining how OGBYN services helped me have my first child. My husband and I had been trying for a child for quite some time but it just wasn't happening. I contacted a clinic and arranged an appointment the OGBYN service were great. The doctors and nurses made me feel at ease and carried out some test. After treatment, my husband and I conceived our child. The doctors monitored my progress and 9 months later I gave birth to a baby boy. I hope you find my blog useful.


Fetal Macrosomia: How Your Doctor and Obstetrician Can Help

10 June 2021
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When you are pregnant, you will want to work closely with your obstetrician to catch potential health problems early. One problem your obstetrician may be able to help you control or prepare for is fetal macrosomia. In some cases, you can prevent or reduce your chances of this condition. However, you may not have much control over other risk factors. This doesn't mean you can't do anything about it. Here is more information about fetal macrosomia, its risk factors and how your obstetrician can help with a positive outcome. Read More …

Why Antenatal Care Is So Important For A Healthy Child

8 June 2020
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Being pregnant is one of the most exciting and nerve-wracking experiences one can go through. Not only are you trying to plan for your child's future and everything else that goes through your mind, but you also need to ensure you and the baby are healthy during the pregnancy. Antenatal care (care during the pregnancy) is vital, and the best person to talk this over with is an obstetrician. Obstetricians offer many specialised services for pregnant women, as well as being a rock for any and all of your medical questions as the delivery day gets closer. Read More …

3 Treatment Options For Endometriosis

19 July 2017
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Endometriosis is a painful women's health condition that can impact fertility. The condition causes tissue found in the lining of your uterus, known as endometrial tissue, to grow outside of your uterus. It's common for endometrial tissue to be found on the bladder, bowel and Fallopian tubes of women who have endometriosis. This abnormal tissue growth can cause inflammation, as your body identifies it as a foreign object. This can lead to scar tissue forming, which can lead to complications, including preventing your eggs being fertilised, painful menstruation and bacterial infections. Read More …