Office: (770) 632-9900
Fax: (770) 632-9997
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:30 - 4:30 pm
Wed: 8:30 - 6:30 pm
At your first visit an ultrasound is done to insure viability and correct dating of the pregnancy. A second anatomical ultrasound is done at 20 weeks to screen for any developmental abnormality. If medically needed, additional ultrasounds may be done. We offer first or second trimester genetic screening to all of our patients, screening for the most commonly acquired genetic abnormalities.
High Risk Obstetrical Care
The physicians at The Women’s Specialists of Fayette have a special interest and expertise concerning high-risk obstetrics. We meet on a weekly basis to discuss and collaborate on every obstetrical case so that every patient benefits from our collective experience and training. We take advantage of the wide array of specialists on staff at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, as well as in the greater Metro Atlanta area for consultation and co-management where and when appropriate. The maternal fetal medicine physicians at Georgia Perinatal Associates and Atlanta Maternal Fetal Medicine along with the neonatologists in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit help us manage the care of our most complicated pregnancies and premature newborns.
Twins / Multiple Pregnancy
As multiple gestation pregnancies are occurring at higher rates, we are able to provide the additional services required for these challenging pregnancies. Twins and higher level multiple gestations are monitored closely as they present an increased risk for preterm labor, fetal growth abnormalities and nutritional concerns. They are monitored by ultrasound at least monthly for fetal growth after the first trimester. We also carefully coordinate our care of multiple gestation pregnancies with consultation from the maternal fetal medicine specialists.
Along with the routine ultrasounds performed at the first visit and at 20 weeks, we also provide other forms of monitoring the safety of your baby during the pregnancy. We are able to perform fetal non-stress tests, monitoring the fetal heart rate and uterine contractions, and biophysical profiles, an ultrasound assessment of fetal movements and amniotic fluid, both of which reassure us of the wellbeing of the fetus.
3D / 4D Ultrasounds
Our practice also provides optional 3-dimensional ultrasound images, or “Fetal Photos”. The most optimal views are at 16 weeks for fetal gender and 28-30 weeks for three dimensional renderings of the fetal face. This type of ultrasound is not considered medically necessary and therefore is not covered by insurance.Accordion Content
In the unfortunate event of an abnormal pregnancy, such as an ectopic pregnancy, a molar pregnancy or a miscarriage, our physicians provide both medical and surgical management as needed.
I like going here. I have never had a problem, but I have not been pregnant before. I go in for routine check ups and other problems. Dr. Carter is great. I haven't seen any other doctors.
I love two of the doctors here so much. Cook and Carter are absolutely the best there are - great bedside manner. They listen and have been great with me for 12 years. Have never had an issue with the office staff. Everyone has been nice
I loved all the doctors there. Dr. Carter was my favorite. She also delivered my son. No long wait times and great customer service. I would recommend this practice to all expecting mothers.
The Women’s Specialists of Fayette, Fayetteville Georgia