Despite recent cases of the Coronavirus, we want to assure you of our commitment to keep you safe when you visit our office.  If you are experiencing a fever, sneezing, cough and shortness of breathe and have traveled outside the US or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus you should stay home and call your primary care physician for treatment.   If you are not having any of these symptoms, you should keep your appointment. For your safety and the safety of others, we are asking you not to bring any guests with you to your appointment in accordance with the recommended guidelines. Thank you for your cooperation.

Calling Your Health Care Provider during Pregnancy in Southern New England

When to Call

  • Unusual or severe cramping or abdominal pain
  • Noticeable changes as a decrease in your baby’s movement after 28 weeks gestation (If you don’t count 10 movements in two hours or less).
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath that seems to be getting worse.
  • Signs of premature labor 

Signs of Premature Labor

  • Any bleeding in the second or third trimester
  • Fluid leaking
  • Pressure in the pelvis or vagina
  • A fever higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Severe or persistent vomiting
  • Severe diarrhea
  • Fainting spells or dizziness
  • Pain, burning or trouble urinating
  • Unusual vaginal discharge
  • Swelling in your hands, fingers or face
  • Blurred vision or spots before your eyes
  • One leg swollen more than the other

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