Prenatal Care

Prenatal Care from Valencia Center for Woman's Health

By: Valencia Center for Woman's Health  06/20/2014
Keywords: Medical Imaging, imaging services, Nuclear Medicine

Prenatal Care Pregnancy is a normal part of life, not a disease. And we treat you that way. Prenatal care is vital in ensuring the healthy growth and development of your baby. Regular visits with Dr. Navi aim to monitor your baby’s progress and identify any potential problems before they become serious. Women who receive prenatal care have healthier babies and are less likely to deliver prematurely or have pregnancy-related problems. To assist you with preparations for your new arrival, we provide referrals to birthing and breastfeeding classes. Prenatal care should begin as soon as possible and usually includes monthly doctor’s visits that should become more frequent as the pregnancy progresses.

Keywords: 4D/3D Ultrasound, Cat Scan, Computed Tomography, imaging services, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Imaging Mri, Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine,

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