Prenatal Genetic Counselors in Florida

Women’s Care works with individuals, couples, and families who have an increased chance of having a baby with a birth defect or genetic condition. Our prenatal genetic counselors are highly experienced in their field and ensure that you understand the risks associated with your pregnancy and how to prepare for the birth of your child. Our prenatal genetic counseling services are delivered with compassion and designed to help families make informed decisions.

Prenatal Genetic Counseling Services

Women’s Care offers comprehensive prenatal genetic counseling services for patients, regardless of age or individual circumstances. You may receive prenatal genetic counseling and testing at any time, before or during pregnancy, and we will answer any questions you have about the entire process. We understand that these processes may be confusing, but we will ensure that you are fully informed and understand all steps taken for the health of you and your baby.

What to Expect

When you meet with one of our board-certified prenatal genetic counselors at Women’s Care, they will:

  • Assess your risk or rule out having a child with a birth defect or genetic condition
  • Talk with you about your family and medical histories
  • Explain the causes of genetic conditions and help you understand the risks
  • Review and discuss options for prenatal screening and testing
  • Prepare you for the birth of a child with special needs and discuss the challenges your baby may face
  • Offer guidance to help you make informed choices

Risk Factors

You may want to consider prenatal genetic counseling if one or more of the following risk factors are present:

  • Family or personal history of birth defects or genetic conditions
  • Previous child with a birth defect or genetic disorder
  • Abnormal results from routine prenatal testing
  • Two or more pregnancy losses, a stillbirth, or a baby who died
  • Use of certain medicines around the time of conception
  • Diabetes before getting pregnant
  • Other test results that suggest a genetic condition is present
  • A pregnancy or plan to become pregnant at 35 years or older
  • Increased risk of getting or passing on a genetic disorder because of one’s ethnic background

Why Use Our Prenatal Genetic Counseling Services?

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Comprehensive Prenatal Genetic Counseling in FL

At Women’s Care, our team strives to provide the highest quality prenatal services for patients in Florida. Our goal is to deliver exceptional and personalized care so you can enjoy this life-changing time and understand any aspects of your pregnancy that may be confusing to you. If you are seeking prenatal genetic counseling services from a team of experts who will treat you and your family with respect and compassion, please schedule an appointment at Women’s Care today.