OBGYNs and other health care professionals can offer important health care guidance during pregnancy, especially when dealing with a large number of pregnant women.
They can also assist women with issues like the timing of delivery, labor, and delivery-related medical appointments, as well as help pregnant women understand their options and find a health care provider who is qualified to handle those questions.
In fact, if a woman needs an OBG, the OBGYNC can even assist her with the paperwork required to get a referral.
But what if you’re having a very busy pregnancy?
What about an emergency?
The good news is that there are a lot of OBGYD options to help.
Below are a few options for women with health care issues and emergencies:The American OBGYn is a national group of OB/GYNs, nurses, and allied health professionals that promotes and provides information about OB/Gyns.
You can find their website here, and you can learn more about their programs at their website, www.obgyn.org.
You can also call the OB/Gynecology referral line at 1-800-222-7233, and a trained nurse will be on-call 24/7 to answer your questions.
You may also need to schedule an appointment with a registered nurse, a physician, or an OB/gynecologist to discuss your health care needs.
These services are not free and are usually provided by a local hospital.
For questions about your health, health care plan, or family planning options, call the National Health and Human Services hotline at 1 (800) 527-1717 or visit www.hhs.gov/federal-health-care-resources.