UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Our Services
OBSTETRIC
The field of study concentrated on pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. As a medical specialty, obstetrics is combined with gynecology
GYNECOLOGY
The area of medicine that involves the treatment of women's diseases, especially those of the reproductive organs.
PRENATAL CARE
The provision of medical information such as maternal physiological and biological changes in pregnancy, also prenatal nutrition, which prevents potential health problems.
In House Procedures
VAGINAL BIOPSY
Removing a sample of the tissue from the affected area of the vagina. The doctor sends the sample to the laboratory where an expert examines it.
COLPOSCOPY
The procedure to closely examine your cervix, vagina and vulva for signs of disease.
BARTHOLIN CYST/ABSCESS
A Bartholin's cyst is a fluid-filled lump near the vaginal opening. It's rarely serious, but it can be infected.
LUD REMOVAL
Getting your IUD taken out is pretty quick and simple. A health care provider gently pulls on the string, and the IUD's arms fold up and it slips out.
CERVICAL POLYP REMOVAL
Polyps are abnormal growths that can form on the cervix, which is the narrow canal that extends from the uterus into the vagina.
Other Services
Weight Loss Management
Aesthetics / Jeuveau
Botox
Our Happy Moms
When I first knew that I got pregnant, I’ve panicked a little bit, to be honest. Luckily, my good friend Janine has referred me to this pregnancy center, setting me up for their medical exams and maternity courses.
M. Jhonson
Immediately upon knowing of my pregnancy, I’ve gotten incredibly nervous about all the risks and dangers that I might have been up to. Thank God I was able to cope with it after visiting this center’s group support events!
D. Carpenter
Thank you guys so much for everything! When we first came to your center, we were treated like family and that continued throughout the whole pregnancy and after. We had such a quick and smooth delivery and everything was so relaxing.
M. Jachson
Healthy Pregnancy
Folic Acid
Folic acid is a B vitamin that can help prevent major birth defects. Take a vitamin with 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid every day, before and during pregnancy.
Exercise, but don’t overdo it
Keep your mind and body healthy. Physical activity can help you feel good and give you extra energy. It also makes your heart, lungs and blood vessels strong and helps you stay fit.
Healthy Weight
Gaining an appropriate amount of weight during pregnancy helps your baby grow to a healthy size. But gaining too much or too little weight may lead to serious health problems for you and your baby.
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