Bariatric surgeries are becoming very common in the United States. Bariatric surgery is a term used to describe various procedures that can be done to treat obesity. Women of childbearing age who have bariatric surgery often will find that their fertility or their ability to get pregnant improves dramatically after their surgery. Weight loss, especially[…]
We are often asked by our patients whether delayed cord clamping is something we recommend. At the time of birth, the cord must be clamped in order for the baby to be separated from the mother. Typically this is performed within about 10 or 15 seconds after the baby is born, but delaying clamping[…]
Dr. Martin had the opportunity to attend and lecture at the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine’s 7th Annual First Year MFM Fellows Retreat.
Hi, I’m Doctor Stephanie Martin with Southern Colorado Maternal Fetal Medicine. I am a maternal fetal medicine specialist, which means that I take care of complicated pregnancies. Those complications might be due to issues with Mom’s health or with the unborn baby.
Today we’re going to talk about Cell Free Fetal DNA Screening.
July 5, 2016 Dr. Jennifer Wenzell has joined Southern Colorado Maternal Fetal Medicine where she will be caring for women with high risk pregnancies. Dr. Wenzell will be seeing patients at the Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Alamosa locations. Previously, Dr. Wenzell worked at the Alaska Native Medical Center, where she provided perinatology care for Native Americans[…]
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At lunchtime on Christmas Eve, 2009, Dr Stephanie Martin was conferring with a patient in her office at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs. Lithe, with fine bones and long limbs, Martin, 42, looked more like a ballerina in scrubs than the head of high-risk obstetrics at a major metropolitan hospital. She was, in fact, a[…]