Metro OBGYN has resumed normal clinic schedules to provide care to our patients in a controlled manner. We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve with new information emerging on a daily basis. As we continue to provide care in a safe setting, additional precautions are being taken to reduce the risk of exposure for all.
If you have an overactive bladder, you’re probably used to that frequent feeling of needing to urinate urgently.
We want you to be aware of changes regarding the coronavirus. The hospitals have changed the visitor policy. As of now, you will only be allowed to have one support person in labor and delivery with you in the hospital. Your designated support person will need to be the same person throughout your hospital stay.
Although February is more commonly known for Valentine’s Day, this month also marks International Prenatal Infection Prevention Month which aims to raise awareness of how to prevent mothers and babies from contracting infectious diseases. Prevention is always the best practice, so having some initial awareness goes a long way.
Before becoming pregnant, it’s important to know how it affects your heart and circulatory system. While most women will not experience any heart-related problems during pregnancy, sometimes the extra demand placed on the heart can be too much. This is particularly true for women who have pre-existing heart conditions or those at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease.