Thank you for your time and consideration! We welcome appointments through our online appointment scheduler or via telephone.
Generally, I suggest that you wait until the completion of your period so as to not interfere with the accuracy of the pap smear.
Absolutely. If you’re bleeding heavily, please contact us immediately and we’ll work you in as soon as possible.
We look forward to seeing you. Please bring any or all medical records/tests pertaining to your case. Specifically, those obtained while seeing another doctor. And, as an answer to the second question, please do bring your spouse to your appointment. He is welcome to accompany you into the exam room
Congratulations! Whether you’re jumping for joy, still in a state of shock, or feeling a mixture of both - we’re here to support you every step of the way to help you have a healthy pregnancy. Get in touch with your doctor as a priority step. This will be the first appointment that kicks off your pregnancy care (antenatal care).
Dr. Shweta generally prefers to see patients in the first trimester (first twelve weeks of pregnancy) so that necessary investigations could be done and she can advice patient on healthy diet and lifestyle and start supplements for a healthy pregnancy.
Please make an appointment to see the doctor as soon as possible.
Congratulations on your decision! Please make an appointment to receive “pre-conception” counselling, including blood work, folic acid supplements, and dietary recommendations.
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