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Prenatal care

Pregnancy is a special time, and it requires specialized prenatal care. We're here to keep you and your child healthy throughout your pregnancy. Prenatal services may include checkups, nutritional supplements and childbirth education.

Pregnancy care centers along the Wasatch Front

Whether this is your first pregnancy or your third, you want a team of specialists dedicated to helping you and your baby stay healthy.

At MountainStar Healthcare hospitals, that is exactly what you'll find. Our pregnancy care centers provide access to obstetrician gynecologists (OB/GYNs), midwives and high-risk OB/GYNs throughout the Wasatch Front. These specialists work together to deliver comprehensive prenatal care services, from detailed ultrasounds to genetic counseling and beyond.

Expert advice, available 24/7

Free medical information is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

Free medical information is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

Prenatal care services

Our prenatal services are designed to help you feel empowered during your pregnancy. To do that, we provide educational opportunities, personalized birth planning and other offerings to help you stay healthy and prepare for labor and delivery.

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In addition to traditional obstetric care, we offer midwifery services. A certified nurse midwife (CNM) can care for you before, during and after your pregnancy, consulting with an OB/GYN when necessary. You may be interested in a CNM as your prenatal care provider if you desire a more natural and/or a low-intervention birth experience.

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High-risk pregnancy care

If your pregnancy is considered high risk, our OB/GYNs collaborate with your prenatal care provider for your care. We offer a variety of high-risk pregnancy services to help high-risk moms and babies stay safe and healthy during pregnancy.

Childbirth tours

Knowing where to go, what to bring and what to expect at the hospital can help you feel more prepared when the big day comes. This is why our hospitals offer complimentary labor, delivery and postpartum tours. During these tours, you can get acquainted with the facility and ask any questions you may have about childbirth as well as the hospital and its amenities.

Prenatal care classes

Our hospitals' prenatal care programs feature a wide array of maternity and family education classes. From childbirth education to sibling classes, our childbirth educators are here to help you and your family prepare for your little one's arrival.

Pregnancy health

Below is some basic information to get you and your baby off to a healthy start. If you have any questions, speak with your provider during your regular prenatal visits.

Exercise during pregnancy

You should get at least 150 minutes of low-impact aerobic activity each week, such as walking, yoga or swimming. Whatever exercise you choose, make sure to drink plenty of fluids and take lots of breaks.

Exercise can benefit you during pregnancy and after your baby arrives by:

  • Helping prevent excessive weight gain
  • Improving much-needed sleep
  • Increasing your energy
  • Preparing your body for labor
  • Increasing your recovery time after delivery

Nutrition during pregnancy

You need about 300 extra calories a day, especially later in your pregnancy as your baby is growing. When you consume calories, make sure they come from foods that are nutrient-rich, which contributes to your baby's development and growth. Lean meats, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and low-fat dairy items are great options.

Sleep during pregnancy

It is also important to get plenty of sleep during your pregnancy, as you will likely feel more tired than usual as your body accommodates a new life. Pregnancy can cause sleep disruptions as well as frequent bathroom visits during the night. For this reason, we recommend adding a couple hours to your normal sleep schedule to help you get the rest you need.

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