The First Heartbeat
to the First Breath
We love caring for pregnant women and want to be there to support you in your incredible journey. We know that having your baby is one of the most extraordinary events in your life. From hearing the first heartbeat to the first breath of you newborn, our caring team works hard to create an environment of mutual trust and respect where you are involved in decisions regarding your pregnancy care and delivery. At our clinic, you can be sure that you are receiving the highest level of personalized care for yourself and your baby.
Routine & High
Risk Pregnancy Services
Congratulations on our new pregnancy! This is an exciting time in your life, and the health of you and your baby is our top priority.
During your initial visits to our clinic we will review your health history, perform a detailed physical exam, including Pap smear if indicated, and review pregnancy information. You will have screening blood tests and we will discuss further routine and optional screening for your pregnancy.
You will have several scheduled appointments with Spokane OBGYN through out your pregnancy. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
What to Expect
In the first month of pregnancy your baby is about a quarter inch long and weighs less than one ounce.
By about week 6, baby starts to sprout arms, legs, hands and feet. Hair, skin and nails develop between 5 and 8 weeks. By 14 weeks your baby is about 3.5inches long and weighs little more than one ounce with all major organs developed.
Click below to learn more about what you can expect through every step in your pregnancy journey!
Throughout your pregnancy there will be routine screening with blood tests and ultrasound(s) to monitor your baby. For your convenience we offer 3-D Ultrasound and non-stress testing at our office. Our ultrasounds are performed by a licensed sonographer, and read by a physician with special training in Ultrasonography.
Closer to the end of your pregnancy we will discuss your delivery plans and answer any questions you have about your birth options. You may chose to deliver at Providence/Sacred Heart Medical Center or Deaconess Hospital.