OneWorld’s Baby Boutique is a unique shopping experience for our prenatal patients. As a prenatal patient earn Baby Bucks at every prenatal visit and then use them to shop in our Baby Boutique! The Boutique has diapers, outfits, blankets and many essentials for babies.
How Often Are My Prenatal Visits?
Your OneWorld physician or nurse-midwife will calculate your due date at 40 weeks from your last normal menstrual period. The frequency of prenatal visits is as follows:
|Monthly||From the beginning until 26 to 28 weeks|
|Every 2 weeks||From 26 to 28 weeks until 35 to 36 weeks|
|Weekly||From 35 to 36 weeks until birth|
What Will Happen at My Initial Visit?
During your first OneWorld prenatal appointment, your clinician will perform a head-to-toe physical exam, including a pelvic exam with a pap smear and testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia (sexually transmitted infections). Test results from any previous visits will also
What Exams Should You Expect
During Your Pregnancy?
At every prenatal visit you will be asked to provide a urine sample to test for the presence of excess protein, glucose or signs of a urinary tract infection. OneWorld health assistants will check your blood pressure and weight.
During your appointment, your clinician will ask you questions related to your pregnancy measure the size of your uterus and listen to your baby’s heartbeat with you. They will review prenatal danger signs and answer any questions you may have about your pregnancy or upcoming delivery.
|15 to 18 weeks||Quad screen (optional test for genetic defects)|
|24 to 28 weeks||An ultrasound will be performed to confirm the gestational age of the pregnancy and to insure your baby is healthy|
|25 to 28 weeks||One-hour glucose test (for gestational diabetes)|
|35 to 37 weeks||Group beta streptococcus (vaginal swab test)|
Your physician or nurse-midwife may sometimes order additional tests, such as blood type, CBC (for anemia and infection), rubella, varicella, hepatitis B, syphilis, HIV or urine culture.
Call us if you have any of the following symptoms while pregnant:
- Vaginal bleeding.
- You think your water broke (a gush of water from your vagina)
- Any abnormal discharge from your vagina
- Pain or burning with urination
- Chills or fever (temperature greater than 100.4˚).
- Sharp, severe cramping or abdominal pain that occurs every 10 minutes or more frequently and last longer than one hour
- Vomiting that lasts more than 24 hours and if you are unable to keep food or water down
- An intense headache accompanied by blurred vision that doesn’t go away with 2 regular- strength Tylenol.
OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
Livestock Exchange Building
4930 South 30th Street
Omaha, NE 68107
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.