Obstetric Care for San Antonio, TX

The time when you’re expecting a baby can be one of the happiest and simultaneously one of the most worrying times of your life. You deserve the best-quality, most compassionate care during this time – and that’s what you’ll receive at Women’s Health Specialists. Dr. Abraham Alecozay offers a wide range of treatment options, prenatal care, and postnatal care for women in the San Antonio area.

Have a look at our different specialties below to learn more about how we can help you with your pregnancy, and give us a call today to schedule your appointment.

Infertility Care

If you are having trouble conceiving a baby, please call Women’s Health Specialists today. Our office offers a wide range of treatments for women and couples suffering from infertility. You can expect to find compassionate providers here who understand your burden and want to help in any way we can.
Regular Pregnancy & Delivery
Congratulations – you’re expecting a little one! Now is the time to make sure you’re in the best health, for your sake and your baby’s. Dr. Alecozay offers complete prenatal care for women experiencing a low-risk or regular pregnancy. We’ll provide the care you need so you can be fully prepared to welcome your bouncing bundle of joy into the world.
High-Risk Pregnancy Care
A high-risk pregnancy can be a stressful time, but know that Dr. Alecozay and all the providers at Women’s Health Specialists are here for you. We provide complete treatment and management of high-risk pregnancies, including management of twin and triplet pregnancies. Our goal is to help you and the baby (or babies) stay as healthy as possible until it’s time to welcome the little one into the world.
Prenatal and Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
Pregnancy involves a great deal of hormonal changes, physical changes, routine changes, and worries about the future. With all of this going on, it’s only to be expected that some women might experience depression or anxiety during (prenatal) or after (postpartum) pregnancy. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression during your pregnancy, please, talk to us today! We offer nonjudgmental, understanding care. We want to help you do what’s best for yourself (and your baby) so you can start feeling happy again.
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