Patient education is our top priority at Women’s Health Texas
An essential part of women-centered care is making sure that our patients have the tools they need to be proactive advocates for their health. Your San Antonio OBGYN is here to make sure that you have all the resources you need to keep informed about women’s health and healthcare choices.
What should I expect from my first visit?
We know visiting an ObGyn for your women’s health needs can feel intimidating in the beginning. We do everything we can to make you feel comfortable, safe and reassured in our San Antonio OBGYN office. Please feel free to ask our friendly staff any questions you might have about what to expect when you schedule your visit.
What forms will I need to fill out?
When you speak with one of our friendly appointment schedulers, they’ll let you know which forms you’ll need to prepare for your ObGyn visit. You can either submit patient forms prior to your appointment or bring the completed forms on your appointment day.
- Health History Questionnaire
- Notice of Privacy Practices (HIPAA)
- Confirmation of Pregnancy Questionnaire
- Gynecological Annual Update Form
- Release of Records Form
Contraception: What’s the best option?
Sometimes having so many choices can be confusing or overwhelming. Our San Antonio OBGYNs always take time during your visit to discuss which options might be the best match for you.
I need direction on my path to pregnancy
For some couples, pregnancy happens without much effort. For others, there are more challenges and the process can be frustrating. We have extensive experience advising couples on infertility issues. After a thorough evaluation, your doctor will develop a specialized plan that meets your needs.
I’m pregnant: What’s next?
Getting pregnant is the first step. Next comes taking care of the mother and the baby’s health along the way. We have resources for expecting mothers to provide them with much of the information they need throughout pregnancy.
Menopause treatment and care
There are many chapters to a woman’s life. During menopause, women have special needs for care and education to best understand and manage this big transition. Your OBGYN will work with you to discuss all of the latest menopause symptom treatment strategies.
We think of our patients as true partners in healthcare. Education and information greatly strengthens this partnership. Please contact us to schedule an appointment with an San Antonio OBGYN to discuss your questions.