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OBGYN in Fayetteville NC – Health During Pregnancy

When your pregnant everyone wants to offer you advice on what’s best for you and baby. However, it’s best to get advice from your obgyn in Fayetteville NC. It’s very important to stay healthy during your pregnancy. Below are some do’s and don’t that you should follow for a problem-free pregnancy and healthy baby.

See your Doctor: As soon as you find out your pregnant schedule an appointment with your obgyn in Fayetteville NC. Here are some things you can expect as a patient at our practice.

Eat Right: Your diet during pregnancy should consist of plenty of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. You should not be eating for two during your pregnancy. Most women need 300 calories a day more during the last six months of pregnancy. You should only gain between 20 and 30 lbs during your pregnancy. There are some foods and drinks to avoid during pregnancy, such as alcohol and fish high in mercury. You’ll want to drink plenty of water, and limit your caffeine intake.

Take your vitamins: In addition to healthy food choices, you may take a prenatal vitamin and mineral supplement to be sure you are getting enough of the nutrients your baby needs. Folic acid, vitamin B, iron, calcium and vitamin A are important.

Stay Fit: Light to moderate exercise is important for a healthy pregnancy. Walking, swimming or yoga are good choices.

Stop Smoking: Smoking can lead to serious problems during pregnancy such as miscarriage and premature birth.

Be Aware of Medicine: Many medicines can be harmful to your developing baby. Alway ask your doctor before taking any medications.

At Birth and Women’s Care your health, and the health of your baby are our top priority. Contact us today for an obgyn in Fayetteville NC.

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  • Our Services Include:

  • Obstetrics

    Obstetrics is the field of medicine devoted to caring for pregnant women up through labor and delivery to the postpartum period. read more


    Gynecology is the branch of medicine that administers health care to non-pregnant women. read more

    New Patients

    New patients are always welcome. To schedule an appointment or to ask any questions about our Ob-Gyn services, please call our office at (910) 484-3101. read more

    Advanced Care Team

  • Case Manager/Care Coordinator:
    Krystal Chavis, LPN