Well Woman Care
The following links can provide you with additional useful medical information.
- American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
- American College of Nurse-Midwives
- American Cancer Society
- North American Menopause Society
- American Heart Association
- March of Dimes
- Exeter Hospital
- Exeter Health Resources
- Pregnancy Exposure Info Line
- Zika Virus Information
Prenatal Test Available
Please click on this link for information about the Harmony prenatal test which we offer. This test is available to any OB patient but is especially recommended for patients over age 35.
The following PDF files providing information on Exeter’s Hospital’s Family Center will be useful to any expectant parents. A separate pdf includes pricing for childbirth classes.
PDF -The Family Center Programs
PDF – Family Center Childbirth Classes – Fees 2015
PDF Downloadable Documents
New Baby Coming?
Learn how to prepare for the arrival of your new little one with tips on everything from clothing to car seats, readying the nursery and breastfeeding.
PDF – New Baby Coming
About Nitrous Oxide for Easing Labor
Learn the facts about Nitrous Oxide and how it can ease labor, who is eligible, and how it works.
PDF – Nitrous Oxide for Easing Labor
Safe Sleep for Your Baby
Protect your baby from possible harm by learning safe sleeping positions, as well as the best mattress materials, sleepware, cribs and more.
PDF – Safe Sleep for Your Baby
Keep Your Child Healthy & Safe
Check out these tips regarding your child’s safety, from toys to play seats, and more.
PDF – Keep Your Child Healthy & Safe
OB Frequently Asked Questions
Pregnancy is an important time in a woman’s life, but it brings a lot of questions. Let us answer your most commonquestions.
Suggestions for Nausea Control
Nausea is a common problem for many expectant moms, but it can be controlled. Check out our helpful tips.
Testing in Pregnancy
Pregnancy calls for a number of tests to help ensure the health of mom and baby. This pdf explains what these tests are for and why they are important.