Testing Options for High-Risk Pregnancies

the MWHC Blog Team November 17, 2016

For pregnant women over the age of 35, extra monitoring and screening may be recommended to detect for chromosomal abnormalities…

2 reasons we’re seeing more high-risk pregnancies in D.C.

Tamika Auguste, MD, Obstetrics and Gynecology March 28, 2017

We care for about 3,500 pregnant women every year. While that number has remained fairly steady over the past decade,…

Celebrated Physician: Sara Iqbal, MD

The MWHC Blog Team June 09, 2017

Who is Dr. Iqbal? The joyful anticipation of childbirth can also be fraught with anxiety, particularly if the pregnancy is considered…