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GYNECOLOGY AND PREGNANCY PROBLEMS

GYNECOLOGY AND PREGNANCY PROBLEMS

The first third of pregnancy can be a confusing time, especially for first time parents.  Each symptom or change can invite excitement and anxiety.  As emergency physicians we frequently evaluate problems during this time.

PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN THE FIRST TRIMESTER INCLUDE:

  • ectopic pregnancy
  • miscarriage
  • nausea and vomiting
  • pelvic pain
  • spotting and cramping

YOU SHOULD BE SEEN IMMEDIATELY FOR:

  • severe abdominal and pelvic pain
  • bleeding greater than a pad an hour
  • fever
  • inability to tolerate liquids
  • any other concerning problems

SEVERE SYMPTOMS?

We’re available Sunday-Thursday, 10AM-10PM and Friday-Saturday 11AM-11PM

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

After obtaining a complete history and physical, your doctor will determine what your unique situation requires.  This may include:

  • placement of an IV
  • bloodwork
  • urine tests
  • imaging with ultrasound
  • pelvic examination

If you are experiencing gynecology and pregnancy problems and you can safely come to ER Specialists, we would love to help you.  If you are alone or have any doubt about getting to our facility safely, or, believe you are experiencing a medical emergency please call 911. 

CALL WITH GYNECOLOGY AND PREGNANCY QUESTIONS

(719) 522-2727

Our staff is ready for you Sunday-Thursday from 10:00 A.M. – 10:00 P.M. and Friday and Saturday 11:00 A.M.- 11:00 P.M.

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