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Pregnancy Testing

Includes prenatal counseling and referral to Midwife and/or Ob Gyn

  • 20 min
  • Insurance or Members
  • Austin Drive

Service Description

Pregnancy is a beautiful journey, full of excitement, anticipation, and joy. It’s a time when women need exceptional care to ensure that both they and their babies stay healthy. At IWC Primary Care, we understand this, and that’s why we provide complete pregnancy exams that include prenatal counseling, referral to a midwife and/or OB-GYN. Our team of healthcare professionals is committed to providing comprehensive, individualized care to all our patients. 1. What is a complete pregnancy exam? Our complete pregnancy exam is a comprehensive check-up that assesses every aspect of your health and that of the growing fetus. Our experienced healthcare providers conduct a physical exam, including a pelvic exam, to check for any potential risks or complications. They also assess your medical history, including any pre-existing conditions that may impact your pregnancy. During this exam, they’ll also provide you with the necessary prenatal counseling, share recommendations on how to care for yourself and your developing baby. 2. Why is a complete pregnancy exam important? A complete pregnancy exam is crucial because it ensures that any health issues or complications that may arise during pregnancy are detected early and addressed before they become more serious. Early detection is an essential part of ensuring that you and your baby stay healthy throughout your pregnancy. Additionally, regular monitoring of the pregnancy throughout prenatal care is an important aspect of ensuring a healthy pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum period. 3. What can you expect during a complete pregnancy exam at IWC Primary Care? As previously mentioned, our complete pregnancy exam includes a thorough physical exam, prenatal counseling, and referral to a midwife or OB-GYN to check growth and heart rate, as well as . Our healthcare providers will evaluate the health of your baby by performing routine tests such as blood work and imaging as needed before providing a referral to an OBGYN. Additionally, our team will provide you with personalized recommendations for you to care for yourself and your growing baby. 4. Who should come for complete pregnancy exams? Anyone who is expecting and planning to carry their baby to term should come for a complete pregnancy exam early on in their pregnancy. It is essential to start now.


Contact Details

  • 10225 Austin Dr unit 105, Spring Valley, CA, USA

    (858) 648-0755

    info@iwcprimarycare.com


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