Pregnancy Services

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Pregnancy Labs

Learn about the types of labs that may be ordered for the medical evaluation process

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A Guide to Your Pregnancy

Your pregnancy and delivery will bring great excitement and many questions. Our pregnancy guide is a resource to help you with many questions and introduce you to our team.

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Gender Reveal

MaterniT® 21 PLUS test can screen for certain chromosomal abnormalities that could affect your baby’s health and development, providing you with more information earlier in your pregnancy.

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Childbirth Education Classes

Childbirth Education Classes

Find out more about our educational classes.

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Looking for a Pediatrician?

Learn more about Wilmington Health Pediatrics.

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Influenza (Flu) is a very contagious disease that spreads around the United States every year, usually between October and May. Anyone can get the flu, but pregnancy can put you at a higher risk of flu complications if you were to get it. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older gets vaccinated for flu every flu season. Talk to your OB/GYN provider about getting the flu vaccine during your pregnancy.

For the most updated information regarding the flu vaccine, please click here.

Only you can give your baby protection against whooping cough before your little one is even born. Talk to your provider about getting the whooping cough vaccine (called Tdap) during your third trimester.

Whooping cough is a serious disease that can be harmful to infants. Unfortunately, babies don’t get vaccinated and start building protection against whooping cough until they are two months old. Avoid this gap in protection by getting the whooping cough vaccine during the third trimester of your pregnancy. By doing so, you pass antibodies to your baby before birth. These antibodies help protect your baby in the first few months of life.

For the most updated information regarding TDAP, please click here.