Obstetrics Specialists

Memorial Women's Specialists

Obstetrics & Gynecology located in Memorial City, Houston, TX

Obstetrics care focuses on pregnancy, childbirth, and your reproductive system. At Memorial Women's Specialists in Houston, Texas, Mina Sinacori, MD, MPH, FACOG, and Lauren Spoo, MD, partner with you to ensure your pregnancy goes as smoothly as possible and support your health in the years following. To make an appointment with an obstetrics team that has your best interests at heart, call or use the online booking tool today.

Obstetrics Q&A

What is obstetrics?

An obstetrician is specially trained in women’s health, particularly in the time prior to, during, and after pregnancy. The highly-experienced OB/GYNs at Memorial Women’s Specialists take pride in sharing your child-bearing journey with you. 

They offer obstetrics services to provide you with the absolute best experience during pregnancy, delivery, and the transition to motherhood.

What are obstetrics services?

Memorial Women’s Specialists provides comprehensive obstetrics services to meet any of your prenatal needs. They will monitor you and your baby’s health throughout the nine months of gestation. 

Obstetrics also involves providing an evaluation of health conditions that could result in problems during pregnancy or affect your baby’s health.

During obstetrics care, you will receive advice regarding nutrition, exercise, and medications, including prenatal supplements. 

Memorial Women’s Specialists can help you cope with pregnancy side effects, such as morning sickness and back pain, as well as respond to questions about pregnancy in general.

The ultrasounds offered in the office monitor your baby during development. You can also opt for a 4D ultrasound that gives you a clear image of your growing baby to cherish forever.

What can I expect with obstetrics care?

You can expect comprehensive and compassionate care from Memorial Women’s Specialists, who wants to maximize your health and wellness while supporting the birth of your baby.

Exactly what happens with obstetrics care depends on the progression of your pregnancy. If you’re deemed high-risk, you may have more frequent visits and other screenings in addition to those detailed below.

At obstetrics visits, you can expect any of the following:

  • Urinalysis and blood tests
  • Weight, heart rate, and blood pressure assessments
  • Measurements of your abdominal girth to evaluate baby’s growth
  • Ultrasound to check baby’s development and sex
     

At each visit, Memorial Women’s Specialists also checks your baby’s heartbeat and performs any necessary tests or exams based on weeks of gestation. They can answer any of your questions and do their best to meet your delivery plan needs. 

Schedule your first obstetrics care appointment the moment you know you’re pregnant. Early and consistent prenatal care is important for you and your baby’s health.

When you need comprehensive obstetrics care, contact Memorial Women’s Specialists. Call for an appointment or book online today.