Piedmont reproductive endocrinology group (preg)

17 Caledon Court Suite C, Greenville SC 29615
864-232-PREG (7734)
To all women attempting to conceive, it is recommend by our office and by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG): • To be on a prenatal vitamin or a multivitamin with at least 400 micrograms of • Discontinue any tobacco products (both partners) before attempting pregnancy for at least 1- 2 months prior if possible. Cigarette smokers and patients expose to
second-hand smoke have as much as a 50% reduction in fertility success rates
as compared to non-smokers. Cigarette smoke has significant adverse effects on
the ovaries and egg quality. In addition, smoking while pregnant can have
damaging effects on your developing baby.
• Nicotine products (gum, patches, etc.) can be used to help with smoking cessation but hopefully discontinued as soon as possible. In general, Nicotine products are much less harmful than cigarette smoke or other tobacco products for pregnancy and success for pregnancy. • Discontinue any illegal drug use or heavy alcohol use (consumption of more than 2 drinks/day) while attempting pregnancy for both partners. • Try to limit caffeine consumption to no more than two caffeinated drinks per day. • Have a prenatal profile blood sample performed which test for: Blood type, antibody screen and Rh factor; Complete blood count (CBC), which test for anemia; blood tests for HIV, Hepatitis B and C, syphilis; and testing for immunity to Rubella (German Measles). o Please initial if you desire to be tested: Yes_________ No _____
• If you are not immune to Rubella, a vaccine can be obtained at the Health Department that can be given prior to attempting pregnancy. • Additional testing for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is also recommended for those of o Please initial if you desire to be tested: Yes_________ No _____
• Testing for immunity to Varicella (Chicken Pox) can also be performed if requested if you have no history of having Chicken Pox or the have not been vaccinated as a child. o Please initial if you desire to be tested: Yes_________ No _____

Please inform your physician or the office staff if you desire to have any
of the above testing performed to ensure that it is done!!!

• If you are on any prescription medications for any health conditions, please o Specific medications such as ACE inhibitors (for high blood pressure,
Accupril, Captopril, Monpril, Prinivil), seizure disorder medications
such as Depakot, Depakene, and Valproic Acid should be changed to
other types of medications as they should not be used in pregnancy.
Please consult your family physician concerning these medications.
o Anti-depressant medications such as Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Effexor,
Celexa, Lexapro, Wellbutrin, and Sarafem are fine to continue while
attempting pregnancy but should be used at the lowest dose possible and
consider stopping them once you are pregnant if possible.
• If you are on any over-the-counter hormonal or herbal supplements, please inform • May continue with diet and exercise program to keep appropriate body weight if overweight. If underweight, we recommend decreasing any exercise program and increasing caloric intake. If you are on a weight loss medication (prescription, over the counter or herbal supplement) please inform your physician. • It is recommended to be at an appropriate Body Mass Index (BMI) to improve your chances for pregnancy success and reduce complication of weight problems with pregnancy. In general, a BMI between 19 and 28 is within reasonable guidelines. • To determine your BMI: divide your weight in kilograms by your height, in meters squared (kilograms/meters2). A simpler calculation can be done by multiplying your weight in pounds by 703 and then dividing that figure by your height, in inches squared, and this will give you your BMI. You might need a calculator to figure this one out!! • For example: A 5 foot 4 inch (64 inches) person weighing 135 pounds 135 (lbs.) X 703 = 94905 = 23.17 BMI
64 (in) X 64 = 4096

• Good diet programs are Weight Watchers and meal replacement programs (Slim- Fast). Low carbohydrate diets work best with usually <1800 calories intake per day • Regular exercise program in combination with diet plan works well for weight loss. Use of a pedometer (measures amount of steps taken per day) can be very helpful with goal of 10,000 steps or greater per day.
Please inform your physician or the office staff if you desire to have any
of the above testing performed to ensure that it is done!!!
Patient Signature: ______________________________ Date: _________

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