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Obstetrics

We know choosing a provider for this special time in your life is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. That is why we have created this section to give you a clear understanding of what you can expect when you allow our family to facilitate the growth of yours. As your personal obstetric team we are invested in providing individualized service applied to both simple and complex pregnancies. Obstetrics and Gynecology of Tenafly provides our patients with a complete one stop facility for the highest quality care focusing on the overall well being of Mother and Child. Central to delivering that care, we are well equipped to offer client focused care from pre - conception to birth in a respectful manner that builds a trusting relationship between patient and provider.

By electing to receive individualized treatment in our state of the art medical facility, Doctors’ Kithinji and Broizman personally coordinate your care in a manner that allows you to focus on what matters most…. Enjoying your pregnancy.  We understand all of the questions and concerns that can surface with the impending arrival of a new family member. We are here for you by providing exemplary care, ensuring a clear understanding of what to expect and the reassurance of our support and capabilities to address it all. Rest assured that your initial visit will leave you with no lingering questions. Doctors’ Kithinji and Broizman will personally meet with you to discuss your pregnancy and what to expect in the nine months to come.

In Office Ultrasound

At your initial OB visit which usually occurs between 6-8 weeks you will have an ultrasound scan to confirm your due date. Also available is a special ultrasound, the nuchal translucency test to help detect Down's Syndrome in the first trimester. At 18-20 weeks a high risk OB specialist will look at your baby in detail to ascertain normal development and to look for birth defects. If you desire, you can also determine the sex of the baby. Further ultrasound may be necessary if medically indicated.

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