Experiencing a healthy pregnancy involves comprehensive care and guidance. At Federal Way Women’s Health Care, Suyang Li, MD, and our compassionate team are dedicated to supporting you throughout this important journey. From prenatal care to delivery and postpartum follow-up, we provide personalized care to ensure the well-being of both you and your baby. To begin your pregnancy care with a team that prioritizes your health and comfort, please call our office in Federal Way, Washington, or schedule an appointment online today.
Pregnancy care is medical care for women who are having a baby. This type of care supports and monitors your health as well as your baby’s growth and development throughout your entire pregnancy.
Some of the main aspects include:
Pregnancy is different for every woman, so the Federal Way Women’s Health Care team customizes pregnancy care according to you and your baby’s needs.
Most women schedule their first pregnancy care visit after a positive home pregnancy test. Usually, this happens at 6-12 weeks gestation.
The team understands that you’ll have many questions during pregnancy and you may require extra care during this time.
Your first visit at Federal Way Women’s Health Center is usually the longest. During this appointment, your provider spends time asking detailed questions about your health history, family history, and your partner’s medical history.
Then, they perform a physical and pelvic exam and ultrasound testing to confirm pregnancy and determine your due date. They may also run lab work to assess your general health and screen for health issues.
At Federal Way Women’s Health Center, the team can design a pregnancy care schedule for your unique situation.
In an average healthy pregnancy, visits usually happen at the following points:
If you have risk factors that increase your risk of pregnancy complications, such as being over the age of 35 or having a history of pregnancy problems, the team may recommend a more frequent appointment schedule.
The team provides care for all expecting mothers, including those with high-risk pregnancies.
A high-risk pregnancy means you or your baby have issues that pose a health risk during pregnancy or delivery. These issues may require close monitoring, special testing, or a change in your delivery plan.
Issues that make your pregnancy high-risk include:
No matter where you are with your pregnancy, the team can provide the care you require.
To find out more about pregnancy care at Federal Way Women’s Health Care, call or schedule an appointment online today.