Whether it’s your first pregnancy or you’ve given birth before, our providers know this is one of the most important times in your life. At Conway OB-GYN, we provide complete care from your first trimester, through labor and delivery, and continued support through the postpartum phase of your pregnancy.
We provide expectant mothers with excellent prenatal care, pregnancy and birthing education, and postpartum care. You can expect routine visits and ultrasounds, and individualized care for you and your baby.
labor and delivery
We are proud to deliver babies at Conway Regional Medical Center, immediately next door to our facility.
safe medications for pregnant mothers
We’ve taken the uncertainty out of which medications are safe. Click below to view our safe medication list
What to expect during pregnancy
While every pregnancy can be different, there are a few resources to help you prepare for the arrival of your little one.
American pregnancy association
Whether you need a listening ear, information about adoption, or resources to help you have a health pregnancy, click below.
in-office 4-d ultrasound
Nothing is more exciting than getting to see your little one throughout your pregnancy. We offer state-of-the-art 4-D ultrasounds during your pregnancy for $125. Gift certificates are available for this service!
Sneak-peek early gender DNA tests
SneakPeek Gender Test is the only 99.1% accurate gender blood test that lets you know your baby’s gender in as little as 72 hours at just 7 weeks into pregnancy. We offer this test in office for $129. Gift certificates are available for this service!
have any questions?
Please review our frequently asked questions below for answers to standard questions we are asked. Should you have additional questions, please contact us or bring a list to your regularly scheduled appointment.
1200 mg per day. You will need to supplement if you are allergic to milk products and may be found in
Prenatal Vitamins or diet.
According to the CDC, you should start taking a low-dose iron supplement (30 mg a day) when you have your first prenatal appointment. In most cases, you will get this amount of iron in your prenatal vitamin. For women with anemia, your physician will consult with you as to the best dosage.
Weight gain can vary depending on the individual, and their body mass index prior to pregnancy. In most cases, it ranges from 20-30 lbs.
It is recommended that you receive a flu shot, especially in peak flu season times (September to March). However, the flu mist is NOT recommended. It is also recommended you receive a Tdap Vaccine between 27-36 weeks.
Typically, intercourse is permitted unless you have bleeding, ruptured membranes, or are in premature labor. You should ask your physician, particularly if you have a high risk pregnancy.
Please try to abstain during your entire pregnancy due to increase risk of miscarriage, premature labor, placental abruption, and still birth.
When you are having contractions every 5 minutes for one hour, if your membranes rupture or you have
heavy bleeding, go directly to Conway Regional Medical Center (Emergency Room if less than 20 weeks, to Labor
and Delivery otherwise). The hospital will notify your physician or the physician on call if it is after hours.
plan your visit
Whether it is your first appointment or just another routine check up, we are here to guide you every step of the way.