Many women rank pregnancy and childbirth among their most memorable experiences in life, so choosing the right OB/GYN is essential. OB/GYN Ruslana Kadze, MD, MS, FACOG, loves working with women in the Tarzana, California, area throughout every stage of pregnancy. From the moment you learn you're having a baby to recovery after birth, Dr. Kadze advises you every step of the way. If you're looking for an experienced female OB/GYN to guide you through a standard or high-risk pregnancy, call or click online to schedule an appointment with Dr. Kadze today.
Pregnancy is never easy, but specific factors may increase your risk of complications. Dr. Kadze is an experienced obstetrician who specializes in helping women handle high-risk pregnancies.
You may qualify as a high-risk pregnancy if you have any of these health issues:
The average length of pregnancy is 40 weeks. Preterm labor happens when you start having contractions before 37 weeks. Preterm birth occurs between 20 and 37 weeks of pregnancy.
Preterm labor and birth are a concern because your baby may not be fully developed at this time. In some cases, preterm labor may be intentional to mitigate a health risk to the mother or fetus. Other times, preterm labor happens spontaneously, possibly due to a disease or other health issue.
Dr. Kadze has extensive experience helping mothers cope with preterm labor and deliveries. No matter what happens, she’s there to see you through to the best possible outcome.
Even without complications and high-risk pregnancies, Dr. Kadze works hard to ensure you have a safe pregnancy and delivery. She supervises all aspects of normal pregnancy, labor, and delivery, including:
Dr. Kadze also helps you cope with common complaints of pregnancy, including:
As you get closer to delivery, Dr. Kadze offers advice and counseling on important decisions. She answers your questions about topics such as:
If you’re looking for the right OB/GYN to oversee your pregnancy, call the office of Ruslana Kadze, MD, MS, FACOG, or book an appointment online today.