Author: Atlanta Women's Obstetrics & Gynecology, PC

Celebrating Excellence: Piedmont Hospital Atlanta Named One of America’s Best Maternity Hospitals for 2024

Expectant Parents and Families! We are thrilled to share that Piedmont Hospital Atlanta has been honored as one of America’s best maternity hospitals for 2024, reaffirming its commitment to excellence in maternal care. This recognition highlights Piedmont Hospital Atlanta’s dedication to providing exceptional birthing experiences, making it an ideal choice for those embarking on the journey of parenthood.

At Atlanta Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology, PC, we are proud to be affiliated with Piedmont Hospital Atlanta, and we strive to complement this excellence by offering comprehensive obstetric and gynecological care tailored to meet the unique needs of every patient. In addition to delivering at one of the best maternity hospitals in Atlanta, there are even more reasons why you should choose AWOG:

  • Personalized Care: We prioritize building strong doctor-patient relationships to ensure that each patient receives individualized care throughout their pregnancy journey.
  • Experienced Team: Our team of board-certified obstetricians and gynecologists brings years of experience and expertise to every aspect of prenatal care, delivery, and postpartum support.
  • Comprehensive Services: From routine prenatal visits and childbirth classes, we offer a full spectrum of services to support you at every stage of pregnancy and beyond.
  • Collaborative Approach: We believe in a collaborative approach to healthcare, working closely with Piedmont Hospital Atlanta’s esteemed medical staff to ensure seamless coordination of care and access to state-of-the-art facilities.

Choosing Atlanta Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology, PC means choosing a practice that is committed to your well-being and dedicated to providing you and your baby with the best care. We are honored to be part of Piedmont Hospital Atlanta’s network of excellence and look forward to supporting you throughout this special time in your life.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact our office at (404)352-3616.

Things That Can Cause an Abnormal Pap Smear

Women routinely have Pap smears during their well-woman appointments typically every three years until they are age 65 and older. Once results have been reviewed, if there is anything out of the ordinary, your doctor may call to inform you the test was abnormal and discuss next steps. No need to fret, let’s go through some common causes of an abnormal Pap smear.

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Postpartum Care: Tips for Physical and Emotional Recovery

It’s what you have been waiting for. Maybe it’s been years waiting for this wonderful moment to give birth to your child. You are exhilarated, emotional, happy, but also tired. You’ve been through a monumental physical exercise, so your body might be telling you to slow down. How can you do that? Let’s dive into our postpartum care tips for physical and emotional recovery. 

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Your Guide to Pregnancy After 35

It’s no secret that many women are waiting longer to begin a family. They want to accomplish some personal goals like completing their graduate degrees or reaching professional milestones. They make the decision to put pregnancy on the back burner, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t serious about wanting a baby. They know it would have been easier to get pregnant in their twenties, however, they recognize that it is still doable. If that describes you, here is your guide to pregnancy after 35.

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Postpartum Rage Is More Common Than You Think

The nine months of waiting are finally over. The baby showers are behind you, mother and mother-law have gone home, visitors have left, and you are finally alone with your little bundle of joy. Of course you have heard of the baby blues and how those raging hormones can affect a new mom, but you have never heard about the anger and erupting rage you are feeling. It scares you. Postpartum rage is more common than you think.

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Dedicated to Providing Equitable, Compassionate, and Evidence-Based Care

Atlanta Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology, PC has an ongoing commitment to providing exceptional care to all of our patients. For this reason, we would like to address the concerning disparities in maternal healthcare outcomes, particularly affecting African American mothers. It is well-documented that African American women experience higher rates of maternal mortality compared to other groups. This is a matter of great concern and one that demands immediate attention and action.

Our physicians are dedicated to providing equitable, compassionate, and evidence-based care to every patient who walks through our doors, regardless of their racial or ethnic background. We welcome open dialogue and feedback from our patients as we strive to continuously improve and make meaningful contributions towards addressing this issue. Your health and well-being are our top priorities, and we are honored to be your partners in such an important journey.

Thank you for entrusting us with your care.


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What Are Safe Medications During Pregnancy?

Would you be surprised to know you should ask your obstetrician or your pharmacist whether to continue with a particular prescription drug once you know you are pregnant? First time mothers can be astonished this is the case. In fact, there are some over-the-counter medications pregnant women should avoid while pregnant. Let’s discover the safe medications during pregnancy.

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Exercise & Pregnancy: Recommendations & Safety Guidelines

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services tells us that regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. That includes women who are pregnant. Starting from that recommendation, we will provide some guidance on the proper amount, the best type, and some necessary precautions and exceptions for exercise and pregnancy.

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Considering an IUD? What to Know Before Making the Decision

Millions of women have chosen an IUD as their preferred contraceptive method. It’s not a decision you should make on a whim. If you are thinking about getting an intrauterine device, but you’re unsure, let us give you information to help you make an informed choice.

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What to Expect While Recovering From Vaginal Delivery

Two-thirds of babies born in the United States are through vaginal deliveries. You have always heard that this type of delivery is easier than a C-section, especially the recovery. Since every woman is different, and many vaginal deliveries can take hours or even days, it can vary from woman to woman, but there are common things to be aware of. Here’s what to expect while recovering from vaginal delivery.

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