Deciding to become a parent is a major commitment –not to mention the nine months of pregnancy before you deliver your child into the world. Before you and your partner try to conceive, there are many things you need to know to ensure that you are prepared physically, emotionally, and financially. Here are 12 ofRead More
3 Things to Consider When Looking for a Prenatal Clinic Near You
Pregnancy can bea wonderful experience, especially when receiving prenatal care from a nearby clinic. However, choosing the right obstetrician and practice isn’t as simple as obtaining a referral or random selection. There are several major factors to consider when looking for a prenatal clinic besides location to help ensure that you find the best qualityRead More
Did You Know Prenatal Care Benefits Everyone?
Prenatal care is medical care received during pregnancy. Having early and regular prenatal care improves the chances of a healthy pregnancy. Itnot only aims to keep expectant moms in the best health possible, but it also benefits the unborn baby and helps promote a healthy birth. Pre-pregnancy and prenatal care are considered the most effectiveRead More
WHY CHOOSE OUR CLINIC FOR PELVIC PAIN?
Pelvic pain is something most women experience at some point in their lives, most often during their periods. However, not all pelvic pain is related to menstruation, and because there are variances caused by many different reasons, it is important to consult with the right physician if your pain is severe or ongoing. The highlyRead More
5 Ways to Manage Hot Flashes
Every year in the U.S., millions of women enter menopause — and as many as 80% suffer from hot flashes that often go hand-in-hand with a decline in estrogen. Hot flashes occur when the blood vessels near the surface of your skin suddenly dilate, resulting in feelings of warmth, typically accompanied by sweating.Although hot flashes are aRead More
Governor Kemp Signs HB 1114 – Postpartum Medicaid Extension
Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday signed legislation that will extend the amount of time eligible new mothers can receive Medicaid and cut down on patients being surprised by bills after receiving care. DeKalb Women’s Specialists’s Dr. Scott was in attendance as President of the Georgia OB/GYN Society.The bills were part of a package of health careRead More
Meet & Greet Event Update: July 16th, 2020
This year, DeKalb Women’s Specialists is offering Meet & Greet events to meet your providers, tour the hospital’s labor and delivery facility, and have an opportunity to ask questions. There is limited seating, so remember to RSVP! Event Details Attendees will have the opportunity to virtually meet their providers, ask questions, and tour the hospital’sRead More
Congratulations Asia and Mandy!
DeKalb Women’s Specialists would like to congratulate Asia and Mandy, daughters of Dr. Kathleen Johnson, along with all the other 2020 graduates!May you celebrate your graduation remembering special memories from your past and exciting dreams for your future. Happy graduation!Read More
COVID-19 Updates All Meet and Greet events will be cancelled until further notice. Note that Coronavirus information can be obtained at the CDC website, please click here https://www.cdc.gov/and for specifics about Coronavirus and pregnancy click here https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/pregnancy-breastfeeding.html#anchor_1584169262 In order to maintain a normal pregnancy, we stress taking your prenatal vitamins and getting good nutrition and regular exercise if youRead More
2020 Meet & Greet Events
This year, DeKalb Women’s Specialists is offering Meet & Greet events to meet your providers, tour the hospital’s labor and delivery facility, and have an opportunity to ask questions. There is limited seating, so remember to RSVP! Event Details Attendees will have the opportunity to meet their providers, ask questions, and tour the hospital’s laborRead More