• Prenatal
    • Prenatal care is vital in ensuring the healthy growth and development of your baby. Prenatal care should begin as soon as possible and usually includes monthly doctor's visits. Your doctor may measure your uterus, take ultrasounds and perform several other routine tests to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible.

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    • Many women going through menopause suffer from a wide range of symptoms including irregular bleeding, hot flashes, insomnia, night sweats, fatigue, depression and more. There are several treatment options available to help relieve these symptoms, and our doctors can work with you to help you decide which option is best for you.

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Obstetrics and Prenatal Care

Our Hospitals

We are proud to be affiliated with three highly regarded hospitals in the area:

Northwest Community Hospital

800 W. Central Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

Visit their website at:
www.nch.org

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St. Alexius Medical Center

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1555 Barrington Road
Hoffman Estates, IL 60169

Visit their website at: www.stalexius.org
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Advocate Lutheran General Hospital

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1775 Dempster Street
Park Ridge, IL 60068

Visit their website at: www.advocatehealth.com/luth
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Being on staff at these facilities, we can offer our patients the convenience of the best medical care close to home. For our obstetrical patients, each of these medical facilities offers birthing suites which allow patients to labor, deliver, and recover in a home-like atmosphere. An anesthesiologist can administer an epidural anesthetic for your labor comfort and is immediately available in case a Caesarean Section is necessary.

In addition, each Hospital provides 24-hour neonatology coverage during your labor and delivery. A neonatologist is a specially trained pediatrician who can be called to attend to your delivery and is trained to handle all problems encountered with a newborn baby. Northwest Community Hospital and St. Alexius Medical Center can safely handle and deliver babies as early as 31 weeks. Lutheran General Hospital, because of its tertiary care status and Level III Special Care Nursery, can deliver and care for very low birth weight babies.

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