So what does it mean to be a genetic carrier?

Before we can answer this question, we need to talk about our genes. No, not your Levi’s, but rather, the building blocks of life. All of us have approximately 20,000...

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Can I eat seafood?

Most seafood contains some amount of mercury. High amounts of mercury can affect the central nervous system, particularly the baby’s brain growth, therefore it is recommended to avoid high mercury...

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Aspirin in Pregnancy: Should you be taking it?

Preeclampsia refers to a syndrome characterized by the new onset of high blood pressure with or without protein in the urine. It is one of the most serious health problems...

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I was referred to Perinatal Associates due to Advanced Maternal Age so my first initial appointment was pretty lengthy having met with a Genetic Counselor and then the ultrasound and consult w/ a doctor to follow. I learned things I wasn’t even aware of and may seem scary to some people, but I found that the information given was very helpful for future planning. The Providers and staff were very knowledgeable, kind, understanding and caring! I’m grateful that I didn’t have any real complications other than my age, but if I did I am confident that Perinatal Associates would have held my hand and yours should you need it through any uncertainties, time of need and/ or difficulties. The entire staff is amazing from the Front office all the way up to the Providers.

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Albuquerque NM
87106

(505) 764-9535

OUR MISSION: At Perinatal Associates of New Mexico, we provide the finest obstetrical care available to women during their pregnancy, assisting them with any medical complications that arise to ensure the best possible outcome for both mother and baby.