When you are pregnant, your body changes as your baby grows. If you have diabetes, these changes can affect your A1C level. Dr. Janet Noel explains how a team of specialists at Kaiser Permanente can help you care of yourself and your baby.
At Kaiser Permanente, you have a personal obstetrician who brings a whole integrated team of experts to you...
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Dr. Amy Banulis recognizes the special month by sharing insight on baby blues, symptoms, and how parents can plan ahead.
Getting to the truth is important because women who are pregnant and sick with COVID-19 are more likely than other women to die, be hospitalized or be put on ventilators.
Many women experience high blood pressure during pregnancy, leading to potential complications for mom and baby alike.
At Kaiser Permanente, you have a personal obstetrician who brings a whole integrated team of experts to you depending on your needs.
Dr. Kiila Johnson, OB/GYN, is passionate about making excellent care simple for her patients. She explains how working at Kaiser Permanente helps make this goal a reality.
Watch Dr. Dennis Amini, maternal fetal medicine specialist, explain how Kaiser Permanente's approach to care helps manage complicated pregnancies to produce better outcomes.
Watch Dr. Carly Sandy, OB/GYN, discuss how the Kaiser Permanente connected system of health care can be especially useful to women during pregnancy and delivery.
There is no better place to take your pregnancy journey—from first signs to first steps—than Kaiser Permanente.
It’s easy to see why things like timely prenatal care, lower C-section rates, and higher breastfeeding rates matter to mothers-to-be — but they matter to businesses, too.