If you have been consulting a gyne during your younger years, you might want to consider asking if he/she is also a licensed obstetrician and can take care of you during the course of your pregnancy. But before doing that you must also consider if you prefer giving birth to the hospital where she usually attends to births.

If you don’t have anyone in mind you can always call your health care or insurance provider and ask for recommendations, relatives or friends can drop you some names or recommendations of their obgyn which is usually based on their personal experience as well. If you happen to know people who works in the health care industry for sure they can provide you with a couple of recommendations

It is important that your future OB has a good reputation and if you still don’t have any idea of where to and one you can always visit the official website of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ and look for a gynaecologist Williamstown near your area. Should you not succeed in looking for a qualified OB you may consider looking for other options such as a qualified and licensed midwife, or a general practitioner is also qualified to deliver your baby.

For first time mothers it is important that you set a qualification or a certain criterion when choosing an OB to handle your pregnancy. First time moms usually have a lot of questions in their bucket, so you must choose an OB from Melbourne Mothers who has enough time to sit with her patients just to accommodate questions and provide recommendations.

If you have a pre-existing health condition such as diabetes, high cholesterol or hypertension its better to look for a doctor who specializes in those kinds of cases. Its better to look for doctors who specializes in high risk pregnancies in order for your medical needs to be fully addressed and to make sure that you are on safe hands throughout your pregnancy period.

Look for a doctor that you are comfortable with. You should be able to easily ask your doctor even the most complicated questions a patient could ask. Watch out for non-verbal queues or reactions from your doctor, is she happy or willing to answer the questions that you have prepared? Does your doctor take time to explain things in a manner that you would understand? The answer should be a yes, doctors should avoid using jargon or medical terms to explain certain procedures or diagnosis, everything must be explained thoroughly before you undergo a certain test or procedure.