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Pregnancy

Ultrasound

While ultrasounds may be used in a variety of medical fields, they are most commonly known for use in pregnancy. This technology is used to estimate the weight, size, position, and sex of the baby, as well as the amount of amniotic fluid. This has a huge impact on the ability to assess your baby’s overall well-being, as well as to monitor any changes associated with specific pregnancy risks and complications. For this reason, a doctor will likely examine your baby by ultrasound several times during your pregnancy.

Dr. Sidiq does perform regular ultrasounds throughout the pregnancy of his patients. If a patient needed or desired 3D or 4D Ultrasound footage, he can provide them with a referral to a trusted facility that may provide this examination for them.  

Cord Blood Banking

Cord blood is the blood that remains within the umbilical cord after your baby has been delivered. Cord blood banking involves collecting this blood and placenta and storing it for future medical use. Cord blood contains potentially lifesaving cells called stem cells. This service offers an opportunity to protect your new baby and take advantage of potential future uses of stem cells. Banking your baby’s cord blood stem cells is a potentially life-saving gift not only for your child but for your entire family. Stem cell transplants are among the most promising medical treatments of the future, and have the potential to treat more than 80 diseases.

Medical practices are constantly changing and evolving. Dr. Sidiq likes to think of himself as open to newly found methods and research to benefit his patients in the future. He keeps up to date with newly found medical discoveries and thoroughly researches their risks, benefits, and procedures before informing his patients.

One couple decided to bank their daughter’s cord blood. They had discovered that they could potentially use her stem cells to treat and potentially help save her brother from a life-threatening immune disorder. Dr. Sidiq was present every step of the way, checking in on the family throughout their experience to ensure long-term recovery and healing. The mother later expressed that his sincerity and readiness to help went a long way in an otherwise scary and stressful time. Four years later, their family enjoys continued health and unity.

Prenatal Care

Prenatal care is an important factor in your pregnancy and your baby’s health. This includes an expecting mother’s diet, prenatal vitamins and amount of rest. We encourage each woman to schedule a consultation and speak with our staff over their individual prenatal care plan. This includes women who are hoping to get pregnant, are currently pregnant, or are post-pregnancy. At Trusted Women’s Health Center, our focus is you – your preferences, your convenience, and your health. Our experienced staff will continue to support you and guide you before, during, and after your pregnancy, so that you and your baby are healthy and happy.

One patient explained how Dr. Sidiq has been  very proactive in her care. She has had some issues with her reproductive organs and so he has been monitoring her very closely. This includes regularly checking up on her and referring her to the right care. Dr. Sidiq understands how important your decisions and wellbeing are so he creates a wellness plan that accounts for what matters most to you. He considers all options before customizing a treatment that is best for you.

Infertility

As women, we are genetically programmed to be able to create and sustain life. At times, it may be a difficult and a stressful process. Timing your cycles, watching your calendar, and adding pressure to your intimacy can be a disappointing and depleting experience.

Dr. Sidiq wants his patients to understand that pregnancy is not as simple as it may seem. It is important to note that there are only six days during any cycle when a woman can get pregnant – the five days leading up to ovulation and the 24 hours after ovulation. A woman may believe she is experiencing infertility, but the timing and environmental factors may be affecting the chances of implantation and pregnancy.

If a woman is experiencing infertility that cannot be treated by holistic approaches, Dr. Sidiq may propose hormone therapy and other options.  

One patient explained her struggles on what she believed to be infertility. Dr. Sidiq helped her come to the understanding that she was not infertile, just very stressed and “trying” at the wrong times. Dr. Sidiq’s main goal in treating her was to console the patient so as to eliminate stress and pressure around pregnancy and instead create an environment that was conducive to conception. The patient underwent very few procedures before she was able to conceive with her newly-wed husband.

Postpartum Depression

You are not alone. If you’re struggling with Postpartum Depression, you are one of eight women who are dealing with the symptoms of anxiety and depression during or after pregnancy. While it may be terrifying to ask for help, we encourage you to reach out. Keeping you and your baby safe is always the priority. Tell someone you trust about your experience, whether that’s a friend, a partner, or a doctor. Remind yourself that this is temporary, it will pass. In the meantime, be gentle with yourself and get as much support as you can.

To read about Tara’s experience with postpartum depression, read this blog entry.

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