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The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin obstetrics and gynecology specialist Amy Domeyer-Klenske, MD, shares several must-ask questions to discuss with your obstetrician (OB) to protect your health and the health of your new baby.
Part of Sutter Davis’ low rate may stem from proactive attempts by obstetricians and other maternal care specialists there to encourage natural births, said William Gilbert, the Sutter Health director for women’s services in the Sacramento Valley.
And why, oh why, did my friend have to play back-alley obstetrician?
A doctor in Kentucky delivered a baby while covering for her hospital's on-call obstetrician – and then promptly give birth herself.
Barton, Clay’s obstetrician, had hoped to slowly wean her from buprenorphine.
Willie Wise, the son of a Souderton obstetrician, was a coltish 15-year-old in the middle of a growth spurt.
Fitzgerald, 70, an obstetrician-gynecologist who has headed Georgia's public health department since 2011, will succeed Tom Frieden, who stepped down in January.
Sloane York, MD, an obstetrician-gynecologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, says that the source of the blood is typically the cervix.
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OBSTETRICIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of obstetrician for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor who specializes in obstetrics
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