About Our Obstetrics Services
DR. NORMA WAITE IS A LEADING FEMALE OBSTETRICIAN IN ORLANDO FLORIDA.
Orlando Medical Center OBGYN Physicians stand by our patients from fertility treatment(if necessary) to prenatal care during all three trimesters, to final delivery.
Pregnancy, whether it is your first or your last, is a time full of questions, preparations, and excitement. Orlando Medical Center has been providing comprehensive pregnancy care to Central Florida women for more than 15 years.
Pregnancy often comes with a variety of different and new experiences for a woman’s body. From prenatal care to morning sickness to hypertension, the physicians and staff at Orlando Medical Center are experienced in every twist and turn of pregnancy and pregnancy care.
- Aetna – Choice POS II
- Aetna HMO
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield – BlueCard PPO
- Cigna – Open Access
- Cigna PPO
- Coventry Group Health Plan PPO
- First Health PPO
- Great West Healthcare PPO
- Humana – Choice Care PPO
- Medical Mutual of Ohio
- MultiPlan – PHCS PPO
- MultiPlan PPO
- Principal Financial
- United HealthCare
- United HealthCare – Choice Plus POS
- United HealthCare – Options PPO
Services We Provide
Your Health care especially important during pregnancy. Both you and your baby will benefit from receiving our obstetrical care. We provide:
- Pregnancy Testing
- Prenatal Nutrition Counseling
- Prenatal Screening for Alpha-Fetal Protein & Down Syndrome
- Electronic Fetal Monitoring to Evaluate Fetal Health
- Analgasia for Painless Labor and Delivery
- Amniocentesis & CVS
- Ultrasound for Dates and Possible Determination of Baby’s Sex
- Natural Childbirth Instruction
- Screening for Vaginal Delivery After Cesarean
- Breast Feeding Instruction
With years of combined experience, the doctors and nurses at Orlando Medical Center have helped women with virtually every kind of pregnancy complication. We help women like you over the hurdles of pregnancy every day. Call us today for an appointment: (407)-363-9499.
10 Things to Tell Your OB/GYN
Going to the gynecologist is something every woman has to do. But considering how personal it is, it’s no wonder many of us feel nervous or self-conscious when it’s time for the yearly exam. Though shyness is perfectly normal, it can also hold you back from asking important questions or sharing information that your doctor needs to treat you. From menstrual cycle issues to sexual history, discover what your gynecologist is really thinking during your annual check-up.
Pregnancy Safety Tips
- Check with your healthcare provider first.
- Take in extra calories.
- Steer clear of dangerous sports.
- Wear the right clothes.
- Warm up.
- Drink plenty of water.
Exercising during your pregnancy has great benefits – it can help prepare you for labor and childbirth and lift your spirits – but you need to approach working out with extra caution. Whether you’re a regular exerciser looking to continue your regimen during pregnancy or a former couch potato looking to get moving, follow these rules to keep you and your baby safe.