Obstetrics

The doctors at Centennial OBGYN offer state of the art obstetrics care to women from in and around Frisco, Texas. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or completing your family, the doctors at Centennial OBGYN can provide compassionate care.

Obstetrics Q&A

Centennial OBGYN PA

What Is Obstetrics? How Is It Different From Gynecology?

Obstetrics is a medical specialty that specifically relates to the care and treatment of pregnant women, while gynecology covers women’s general and reproductive health. Obstetricians often also specialize in gynecology (and vice versa) and provide care to women throughout their lives. Some of the services needed by pregnant women which are provided by obstetricians include:

  • Answering any questions about pregnancy, fetal development, and labor and delivery
  • Monitoring the health of the mother and developing baby during routine visits
  • Helping patients with common pregnancy complaints including heartburn, leg and back pain, and morning sickness

How Often Do I Need to See an Obstetrician While I’m Pregnant?

Most women to see their doctor every 4 weeks for the first 28 weeks, then biweekly until week 36, and then once a week until the baby is born. Women who have high-risk pregnancies are seen more often. High-risk pregnancies are classified as when the health of the mother or baby is compromised and could result in higher risks during gestation or delivery. These visits enable the doctor to monitor the health of the mother and the development of the baby. The frequency of visits allows the doctor to make sure that everything is developing as expected and the opportunity to diagnose any potential issues as early as possible.

What Happens During Visits to the Obstetrician?

Your obstetrician will perform several routine health checks and tests, including blood work, obtaining weight and blood pressure, and collection of urine samples. As the pregnancy progress, your doctor monitors the growth and development of your baby with ultrasounds and check the heart rate of the fetus. Once the exam is complete, expectant mothers will receive guidance on what to expect during the few weeks until their next appointment, and they'll have an opportunity to ask questions about their health and pregnancy. Prenatal checkups will take place throughout the entire course of the pregnancy, up to delivery. Your obstetrician provides essential guidance and advice throughout pregnancy to help you remain as healthy as possible to support your pregnancy and prepare for motherhood.

Insurance

Centennial OBGYN, PA accepts most major insurance. If you have any questions about your eligibility or coverage, please call our office. We are happy to help you!

Aetna
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cigna
GEHA
HealthSmart
Humana
PHCS / MULTIPLAN
Scott & White Health Plan
UMR
United Healthcare
Testimonials

Words from our patients

  • Yelp

    "She went to the hospital to deliver my baby at 3am in the morning on her day off after seeing me the day before in the afternoon during labor. Dr. Bailey is a great OB!"

    Sophia C.
  • Healthgrades

    "I have been seeing Dr. Ward for years. She is very quick and thorough and always addresses all my questions and concerns."

    Verified Patient
  • Yelp

    "All female staff here, which is what I was most comfortable with (they use one experienced male OB on call at times on weekends for extra coverage)."

    Sophia C.
  • Google+

    "Everyone, including Doc - was kind and thorough. Each spent enough time with me, so I felt comfortable - and I left feeling I could call them with anything."

    Verified Patient
  • Google+

    "I have been seeing Dr. Welborne for years and she is the best OB GYN I have ever been to...She has genuine concern for her patients."

    Verified Patient
  • Google+

    "Dr. Bailey is easily the best doctor I've ever had, and having gone through many-- I speak from experience."

    Christine Q.
  • Google+

    "Dr. Welborne is awesome...The attitude there is very down-to-earth and comfortable, explaining pregnancy concepts and issues in an easy to understand dialogue."

    Verified Patient
  • Google+

    "First time going to visit Dr. Ward. She was great! Took her time with me and answered all of my questions. She is very easy to talk to as well."

    Monica M.
  • Google+

    "I've been coming to Centennial OB/GYN since 2013 and I LOVE this facility. They've helped me so much over the years! The ladies at the front desk are so sweet."

    Rebekah B.
  • Google+

    " Dr Ward was great! She made me feel comfortable and I was able to talk to her about anything."

    Ivy E.
Location
Centennial OBGYN PA
5757 Warren Parkway, Suite 210
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: 972-268-6526
Fax: 972-731-6570
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