Alonso R. Ojeda, MD
Serafin Salazar, MD
Jasmine Jaffe, NP
Our goal is to provide all women with exceptional medical care in a personal, empathetic and supportive setting.
Click on any of the links below for downloadable PDF information pamphlets. Adobe is available here for free if you cannot view PDF files.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) publishes various pamphlets for patient education. Here you will find information on your pregnancy, women’s health issues, contraception, ect. These pamphlets are designed as an aid to patients, and provides current information and opinions.
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Go to Labor and Delivery if:
Your bag of water breaks, or you suspect it may be leaking
You are bleeding. Spotting is normal up to 3 days after a pelvic exam. Spotting (blood show) with mucus is also normal in labor. Sometimes this spotting is brown in color.
Your baby is not moving as much as normal. Evaluate your baby’s movements by lying down on your left side. Drink some fruit juice and concentrate on the baby’s movements. If the baby continues moving less than normal go to Labor and Delivery.
You are near your due date and your contractions are: Five minutes apart for two hours if it is your first baby (or first vaginal delivery) or five minutes apart for one hour if you have had a vaginal birth before
You are not near your due date and you are feeling regular contractions or cramping.
You notice sudden swelling in your hands or face.
You have a severe headache.
You experience visual problems (blurred or double vision, spots, or flashing lights).
You have severe abdominal pain.
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