As a board-certified OB/GYN, Dr. Lambert has extensive expertise in overseeing pregnancy care, including high-risk pregnancies, whether that’s due to a patient merely being over age 35, or having suffered previous miscarriages, carrying twins, having diabetes, high blood pressure or thyroid disease. Dr. Lambert monitors each pregnancy with thorough detail, from conception to delivery. She uses advanced Nuchal Translucency Ultrasounds and fetal non-stress tests to monitor the progress of your baby every step of the way.
For some couples, getting pregnant is the difficult part. Fortunately, today’s gynecologist has an array of tools and tests that can help these couples conceive. Dr. Lambert offers both preconception and infertility counseling. She has helped many women realize their dream of becoming a mother.
The best time to schedule a pregnancy appointment with Dr. Lambert is as soon as you discover the big news. Many patients also schedule an appointment once they decide to start trying.
Your weight, blood pressure, and urine will be checked. Periodically, you will have blood work and other routine screenings. As your pregnancy progresses, Dr. Lambert will monitor your baby’s heartbeat and measure your uterus to ensure everything is going as it should.
When choosing an OB/GYN for your pregnancy, do your research. Learn as much as you can about the physician you are considering to ensure he or she can provide the type of treatment and care you desire.
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"I was a nervous wreck when I was pregnant and they helped keep me calm my entire pregnancy. Love this practice!!!"
"She is amazing as well as her office staff and nurses. Would recommend this office to anyone needing an OBGYN."
"Awesome staff and Doctor! Very friendly and attentive always!! Thx for making my first pregnancy experience soo pleasant!"
"Best OBGYN doctor, nurse practitioner, and office staff HANDS DOWN. They genuinely care about you and your baby."