Founding of Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates

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Dr. Rebarber is one of the four founders of Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates. He explains that they felt they could build a better medical practice that provided the best patient-focused care with world-class physicians, all using the highest level of technological equipment in a caring, supportive environment. The motivation for this was that “while working

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The Dos and Don’ts in Pregnancy

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There are many myths and misconceptions regarding what women can and cannot do during pregnancy. While some of these myths come from family, friends, or the media, some may also come from misinformed doctors. And for pregnant women, it can be somewhat confusing when they are constantly being told what they should and shouldn’t do

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The Benefits of a Group Practice

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Many patients choose MFM and Carnegie Imaging for Women because it is a group practice. Group practices offer many benefits over solo practices to help offer patients the best care possible. First, a group practice has the benefit of greater shared clinical experience and access to information. This enables better care for the patient. In

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What Prenatal Lab Tests should I have Done?

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If you are pregnant, you may be wondering what tests you should have performed in order to properly monitor and manage your pregnancy. As with many obstetrical care groups, our practice recommends several tests to assess maternal well-being during pregnancy; these include: Blood type and antibody screen: This assesses antigens on your red blood cells,

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Is My Medication Safe During Pregnancy?

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A legitimate concern for women is the safety of medication while pregnant or breastfeeding. Many wonder whether their medications are harmful to the baby. While many over the counter medications are probably safe, the “safety” of a particular medication is not always clearly defined, information can be conflicting, and it can be hard to find

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