OB/GYN Resources

The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology’s website provides information from the leading experts in women’s healthcare. Learn about contraception, pregnancy, and more.

How to Treat Minor Conditions During Pregnancy

To learn how to treat colds, indigestion, seasonal allergies, sore throat, fever, and other conditions while you are pregnant, click here.

IUDs

We offer several different IUD options including Mirena, Kyleena, Paragard, and Liletta. We also offer the Nexplanon implant as another option for birth control. Schedule an appointment with an OB/GYN to see which IUD is right for you.

Prenatal Screening Options

Learn more information about prenatal screening options for Wilmington Health OB patients. Please be aware that there are specific time frames for these tests. If you have any questions, or if you need counseling regarding these tests, please discuss them with your doctor at your first appointment.

Food Sources of Iron & Vitamin C

Iron is necessary to form new blood cells. It is also important for carrying oxygen to both the mother’s and baby’s cells. Download this pdf to learn what food sources obtain Iron and Vitamin C.

Group B Streptococcus and Pregnancy

Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is a type of bacteria that can be found in as many as 40% of all pregnant women. Find out more information about this bacteria including when you will get tested for GBS.

Pregnancy Antinausea Diet and Lifestyle

This diet and healthy lifestyle will benefit you and your baby.

Trying to Conceive

Download our Fertility Work up Checklist here.

Listeria

Listeria is a kind of bacteria that is found in soil, water, and some animals, including including cattle and poultry. When eaten it causes a foodborne illness called listeriosis. It is one of the most serious types of food poisoning. For more information on listeria, click here.

Ultrasounds in Pregnancy

For more information regarding ultrasounds in pregnancy at Wilmington Health, please click here.

A Guide to Pregnancy & Delivery