Obstetrics and gynecology are the two aspects of women’s health care – one dealing with pregnancy and birth, the other with the entirety of your life outside motherhood. Violetta Lozovyy, MD, a board-certified obstetrician and maternal-fetal medicine specialist, and the team at High Risk Pregnancy Doctors in Frisco, Texas, provides the most advanced obstetric care for all women who are planning a pregnancy, are currently pregnant, or have recently given birth. Call High Risk Pregnancy Doctors today to find out how they can help you or book an appointment using the online form.
Obstetrics and gynecology is the area of medicine that deals with women’s health and well-being throughout her life. Gynecology covers all women’s health issues apart from pregnancy and childbirth, for example:
Obstetrics focuses on pregnancy and childbirth, including:
High Risk Pregnancy Doctors specializes in maternal-fetal medicine.
Maternal-fetal medicine provides specialized care for you and your unborn baby during a high-risk pregnancy. Your OB/GYN or primary care provider can refer you to a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, but you don’t have to have an OB/GYN to take advantage of the expertise at High Risk Pregnancy Doctors.
The practice is a one-stop-shop for all your pregnancy needs. Your specialist provides a hands-on approach, whether you have a complicated pregnancy that involves a transfer of care from another provider, or consists of a joint effort between them and your existing provider.
High Risk Pregnancy Doctors also provides complete care for women whose pregnancies aren’t high risk, including delivery and postpartum care. The services include state-of-the-art ultrasound technology such as the first-trimester fetal echo, which can detect congenital heart defects in babies at the very earliest stages.
With Saturday appointments available at High Risk Pregnancy Doctors, neither you nor your partner needs to take time off work to attend your ultrasound appointment, either.
A maternal-fetal medicine specialist can help if you’re considering having a baby or if you’re already pregnant and know you have existing risk factors. They can provide specialized, high-yield ultrasounds to look for any anomalies and conduct early detection of anomalies with screening testing. Some of the most common conditions women can have that make a pregnancy high risk include:
If you’ve had problems during previous pregnancies, that can also make your current pregnancy high risk, for example, a history of preterm labor, recurrent miscarriages, or previous stillbirth. Having a multiple birth, where you’re expecting twins or triplets, for instance, is also higher risk.
Call High Risk Pregnancy Doctors to find out more about the obstetrics and gynecology services available, or book an appointment online.