Traveling While Pregnant

Pregnant patients may…

Cruise up to 25 weeks

Fly while pregnant up to 35 weeks

Auto travel, unrestricted up to 36 weeks, but after 36 weeks, within 2 hrs

In general, the ideal time to travel during pregnancy is the 2nd trimester.  Usually, you are past the morning sickness of the first trimester and far enough away from the 3rd stage of pregnancy when you are more easily fatigued.

*Any specific questions or concerns should ALWAYS be discussed with your provider.*

 

More detailed information may be found on the ACOG website at the following link: https://www.acog.org/Patients/FAQs/Travel-During-Pregnancy

Patient Portal

Our Patient Portal will allow meaningful patient engagement with a variety of tools, empowering our patients to better manage their health care.

*New patients must register with our office before using the patient portal.

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(919) 788-4444

COVID-19 UPDATE

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, our policies and restrictions are being updated frequently.

We are once again offering all services in both our Raleigh and Holly Springs locations. As always, our patient’s health and safety are a top priority, especially during this challenging time. Our office is taking several steps to ensure all Federal, State, and Local safety measures are adhered to. This includes:

  • Screening all patients upon arrival
  • Requiring masks be worn over the nose and mouth at all times throughout the appointment
  • Modifying schedules to allow for social distancing
  • Requiring patients attend appointments alone; no visitors or children allowed at this time
  • Continuing to offer telehealth (telemedicine) appointments when applicable to existing patients

If you have an appointment and have COVID-19, have symptoms of COVID-19, or are concerned you may have been exposed to COVID-19 within the past 21 days, please call our office at 919-788-4444 for instructions. We may reschedule, adjust, or convert your visit to telehealth.

Our office supports the vaccinating of all patients against COVID-19, including pregnant and lactating women. For more information please visit the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) or the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS).

For questions or concerns regarding COVID-19 symptoms, testing, vaccinations, or updates, please visit the NCDHHS or call the UNC Helpline at 888-850-2684.

For latest developments including COVID-19 vaccine information:

CDC NCDHHS ACOG