COVID-19 Safety Protocol

COVID-19 Safety Protocol


Our very own Dr. Hall recently received the COVID-19 vaccine. He’s done a large amount of research on this vaccine and believes it is safe and effective.

As we monitor daily updates about the Coronavirus, we want you to know that the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients and employee is our top priority. For our patients, our office will remain open as we are committed to servicing your medical needs while staying in compliance with the CDC. We have enhanced our daily cleaning routines and are focused on high-touch and traffic areas. To reduce the gathering of people in the lobby area/ultrasound room and backroom sitting areas, we are now servicing the patient only. No other visitors are allowed unless they are a medical caregiver or parent/guardian of a patient under the age of 18. We are taking sensible steps to help protect our employees. This means, do not be alarmed if you see our staff wearing mask/gloves as we interact with you, this is a precaution as we are in constant contact with people in a medical office. If you have a question about your medical needs and feel more comfortable calling prior to your appointment, we encourage that you do so, do not let your health go into question, we are here to help in any way we can. We recognize that this is a challenging time for all and many businesses in the area, as a medical office our goal is to continue to stay open and being responsive to your needs, in order to do that we need your help! As we navigate through this uncertainty together we will do everything we can to continue to service your medical needs and concerns. Please take care of yourselves, most importantly, stay safe.
BWC Staff

Benefits of Prenatal Exercise

A recent study for that prenatal exercise lowers risk of high birth weight and fewer C-sections. Read more and see Dr. Halls thoughts on this study here:

It’s recommended that a pregnant women work out at least 30 minutes a day, three to four times per week. Some beneficial exercises include walking, swimming and yoga. Always consult your obgyn in Fayetteville NC before beginning any exercise regime.

OBGYN in Fayetteville NC – Weight During Pregnancy


Dr. Hall an obgyn in Fayetteville NC is a contributing expert to dailyRX. A new study found that infants born to women who were overweight or obese faced more health risks than those born to women who had a normal weight.

Read more and see Dr.Hall’s thoughts on this study here

OBGYN in Fayetteville NC – Menopause

It happens to every woman sooner or later. Hot flashes, trouble sleeping, mood swings. That’s right, we’re talking about Menopause.

Menopause typically occurs in your late forties, early fifties. Menopause results from the natural decline of reproductive hormones. While menopause can be a relief to not have to worry about periods or pregnancy, it comes with some not so pleasant symptoms. Although menopausal symptoms are usually temporary they may interfere with a woman’s quality of life for a time if they are persistent or severe enough. Many dietary supplements and prescription medications are available to help alleviate these symptoms.

Many women report discomfort and symptoms associated with menopause such as:

– Hot flashes

– Night sweats

– Vaginal dryness

– Trouble sleeping

– Mood changes

– Thinning hair

– Weight gain

– Osteoporosis

– Risk of heart disease

Your OBGYN in Fayetteville NC can answer all your questions about Menopause. It’s important to tell your OBGYN in Fayetteville NC what symptoms you are experiencing, what medications you’re taking and your family medical history.  Your OBGYN in Fayetteville NC can help you cope with your symptoms, and help to prevent or manage your risk for heart disease, osteoporosis or cancer.

Contact Birth & Women’s Care to make an appointment with an OBGYN in Fayetteville NC today!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The best place to get information on breast cancer prevention and treatment is from your Gynecologist in Fayetteville NCgynecologist in Fayetteville nc Breast cancer occurs when malignant cells form in the tissues of the breast. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death among women. One in 8 women will be diagnosed in their lifetime. Risk factors for breast cancer include family history, age, race and obesity.  Regular self exams are important for early detection. Women should perform a self exam each month to look for abnormalities. Your gynecologist in Fayetteville NC will also perform a clinical exam. Along with these exams, women 40 and older should have a mammogram done every 1-2 years. During these exams, if any abnormalities are found, your doctor will order additional testing to find out if cancer is present. Learn more about breast care here.

Things to Tell Your OBGYN in Fayetteville NC

It’s important to be open and honest with your obgyn in Fayetteville NC.

We’ve put together a list of things you should tell your obgyn in Fayetteville NC.

Number of Sexual Partners: Your doctor will not judge you based on the number of partners you’ve had. It’s important to know whether you need to be checked for sexually-transmitted diseases, etc.

If you’ve had unprotected sex: Even if was just once, you should be tested for any sexually transmitted disease.

Medical history: It’s important to disclose both your medical history and your families medical history to your doctor.

Pain during intercourse: You should feel comfortable talking with your obgyn in Fayetteville NC about your health and body. Pain during intercourse can be caused by different things and your doctor may be able to help.

Abnormal Period: Abnormal periods can be the sign of a more serious problem. Any changes to your cycle should be discussed with your doctor.

Abnormal Discharge: Abnormal discharge could be caused by an infection and should be addressed right away.

Pregnancy plans: Talk with your doctor about having children. Your obgyn can answer any of your questions and offer advice.

Contact Birth & Women’s Care for a obgyn in Fayetteville NC today!

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.

What to Ask Your Gynecologist in Fayetteville NC

It’s important to talk honestly and openly with your gynecologist in Fayetteville NC!

At Birth & Woman’s Care you are our top priority. We want our patients to feel comfortable talking with us about anything! While some issues may make you uncomfortable it’s important to ask, especially if that issue is having a negative affect on your overall wellbeing.

Some problems you should never be afraid to ask your gynecologist in Fayetteville NC about include:

– Painful sex

– Vaginal itching or unusual discharge

– Urinary incontinence

– Painful menstruation

– STD’s

– How to perform a breast self exam

– Lack of sexual interest or enjoyment

Contact us today for a gynecologist in Fayetteville NC!

OBGYN in Fayetteville NC

Looking for an OBGYN in Fayetteville NCOBGYN in Fayetteville NC

An OBGYN, or obstetrician/gynecologist, is a physician who provides medical and surgical care to women. An OBGYN is an expertise in pregnancy, childbirth, and disorders of the reproductive system. This includes preventative care, prenatal care and more. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, recommends that women start seeing a gynecologist between the ages of 13 and 15. An annual visit to your OBGYN is very important for your overall health and well being. At Birth & Women’s Care our services include Testing, HPV Vaccination, Contraceptive Options, Breast Care, Menopause, Cancer Screening, Osteoporosis, Surgery and Weight Management.

When looking for an OBGYN in Fayetteville NC it’s important to choose a doctor that you trust and feel comfortable with. You can learn about Dr.Hall and the staff at Birth & Women’s Care here.

Contact us at anytime with questions or to schedule and appointment.

Choose Birth & Women’s Care for your OBGYN in Fayetteville NC!

  • 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