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Prenatal Care

We provide exceptional prenatal care for women during their pregnancies. We treat each patient as an individual, tailoring our care to her specific needs, and striving to make pregnancy an enjoyable experience. We are well-equipped to care for women with both uncomplicated and high-risk pregnancies.

  • Prenatal Visits & Routine OB Testing

    Prenatal care begins in our clinic around 8 weeks of pregnancy.  At this first prenatal visit, we spend time with each patient reviewing her history, answering questions and discussing expectations for the prenatal course.  At first, follow-up visits are monthly until the third trimester at which time they become more frequent.

    See a full schedule of prenatal office visits.

    See a full schedule of ob testing.

  • Genetic Screening

    Prenatal genetic testing can provide valuable information about the health of your baby. We offer a comprehensive group of genetic tests, and your provider will advise whether one or more tests could be beneficial for you and your baby. Testing recommendations are often based on your age, medical history, and family history.

    There are two categories of prenatal tests: screening and diagnostic.

  • High Risk OB Care

    In pregnancy, conditions can arise that require extra care. We work with each of our patients to put together a prenatal care plan to meet their needs.

    Common conditions that increase your risks include:

    • Diabetes in Pregnancy
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Placental Problems
    • Maternal Age
    • Fetal Issues
    • Complications in Previous Pregnancies
    • Other Maternal Medical Problems
  • Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC)

    If you’ve had a C-section before, you may be considering what your options are for your next delivery.  Many women may choose between scheduling a repeat C-section and trial of labor after cesarean (known as a TOLAC). In fact, about 60-80% of women who attempt a vaginal delivery will be successful. Planning for either type of delivery requires a careful discussion with your doctor or midwife.

    Read about things to know if you are considering a VBAC.

  • OB Resources

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Edina Location

Southdale ObGyn Consultants

3625 West 65th, Suite 100
Edina, MN 55435
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Phone: 952-920-7001
Fax: 952-920-2245

Burnsville Location

Southdale ObGyn Consultants

305 East Nicollet Blvd. Suite 393
Burnsville, MN 55337
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Phone: 952-435-9505
Fax: 952-435-6205