Pregnancy After Tubal Reversal – What to Expect
- Medications During Pregnancy
- Nausea and Vomiting
- The First Trimester (1-13 Weeks)
- The Second Trimester (13-28 Weeks)
- The Third Trimester (28 Weeks to Delivery)
Pregnancy should be a pleasant time for you, but many changes will occur. If you know about them, they are less likely to worry you.
We are delighted to share in the joy of a new addition to your family. Dr. Rosenfeld is committed to making this a safe and memorable experience for you. He is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and has years of experience delivering babies. He has a Ph.D. in Psychology and is understanding and ready to listen. It is his desire to provide quality care and to meet your needs. Our staff consists of a caring, and qualified team. We are available to answer any of your questions or concerns.
Healthcare for Pregnancy after Tubal Reversal
We appreciate the opportunity to provide you with healthcare. We’ve provided this booklet so that we may better serve you. It contains answers to the questions that most patient ask. This only addresses the most common questions. If you have any other question please ask.
Generally, Dr. Rosenfeld recommends waiting 3 weeks before inserting anything into the vagina. And 2 menstrual cycles are recommended before trying to conceive after tubal reversal surgery.
If you would like to use Dr. Rosenfeld for gynecological exams or as your obstetrician during your pregnancy, appointments may be made by calling the office directly 713-790-0099. Dr. Rosenfeld’s routine office appointment schedule is Monday, Wednesday and Friday. During your pregnancy some of your appointments may be made with a nurse. The nurse will check your weight, blood pressure, pulse, and measure the baby’s growth. These appointments are at less busy times on Tuesday and Thursday, and provide ample time for your questions.
We try to see all patients on time, and request that you extend the same courtesy to others. If you cannot keep an appointment notify us immediately. Please try to give us 24 hour notice so that this time may be given to another patient.
The staff can be reached daily during routine office hours (9 am-5 pm) at 713-790-0099. If Dr. Rosenfeld is not in the office, his nurses will be happy to help you and can reach him when necessary For after-hour emergencies, please call this same number. The operator will have someone return your call. Please keep late hour calls to only True Emergencies.
All prescriptions and pharmacy renewals should be requested during routine office hours. Before you call, please have your pharmacy phone number and the correct prescription name available. Dr. Rosenfeld’s staff are prepared to assist you with insurance claim questions. If you have a coverage question they will work with you to find the answer. We will file all claims with your designated carrier. If your carrier requires you to use a particular laboratory, or get authorization for treatment, we will be glad to assist you with this.
Please use your office visit as a time to understand your pregnancy. There is no such thing as stupid question!
Your insurance company may determine which hospital you must use. Dr. Rosenfeld is using Women’s Hospital of Texas for deliveries. There are special circumstances that he will deliver at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital. We advise contacting the hospital to preregister before the fifth month (or 20 weeks). The hospital offers tours, prenatal classes, and sibling classes. We encourage participation in these classes. Please contact the hospitals in the 3rd to 4th month to register for the classes. It is your responsibility to preregister at your hospital early in the pregnancy. Also, many insurance companies require you to notify them soon after the baby is born so they can add the baby to your coverage. Please check with your insurance carrier to find out about hospital and physician coverage for your baby.