Physicians for Women is an OB/GYN practice in Warner Robins, Georgia with an uncompromising commitment to place patients first. We truly believe that it is a privilege to assist our patients with health issues during both joyous and challenging times in her life. We share a commitment to be kind, sympathetic and understanding while providing our patients with the highest quality of care in a supportive environment that respects each patient’s dignity. You, as our patient, will receive one-on-one personal attention at each visit.
Love this place and Mrs. Cindy Foster is the best, she is very very nice I would ask for her every time I go. :)
My midwife Holly Cross is amazing. I will definitely come back when I decide to have my second child as long as Holly Cross is my Midwife.
Everyone at this office is incredible!! The staff are always pleasant and nice, the doctors are great, but in my opinion, Holly (midwife) is incredible!!!...Thank you Holly, you gave me a beautiful birthing experience I will never forget! - Caitlin Moncrief
Outstanding practice, had a wonderful experience. Holly and Cindy were great, and helped deliver my sweet baby girl!
Dr. Sekhar and Dr. Shah are both very professional and make you feel very comfortable. Dr. Sekhar really helped me feel at ease during my pregnancy, answering all my questions no matter how "silly" they seemed. I have complete confidence in both doctors and highly recommend them! The entire staff has always been friendly and supportive.
Dr. Vella did a wonderful job delivering both of my children by c-section. I love her and would recommend her to anyone!
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3D and 4D ultrasounds provide the most realistic view of the baby while he or she is still in the womb. They are increasing in popularity as more women realize how rewarding it is to see such a clear view of their child before he or she is born.
We provide hysteroscopy services that includes safe, effective family planning methods, as well as diagnostic and therapeutic procedures which include:
In a hysteroscopy, doctors use a thin viewing device to allow a doctor to view inside the uterus. It usually takes about 10 minutes, unless other procedures are done at the same time.
Menopause is a natural part of a woman’s life. Symptoms vary from woman to woman, and unfortunately for some, can have a dramatic impact on quality of life. Treatment is available to help you better manage menopause.
Uterovaginal prolapse is the prolapse, or descent, of the uterus into the vagina. There are four stages of uterovaginal prolapse, ranging from the uterus drooping into the upper part of the vagina to the entire uterus protruding outside the vagina.
Infertility Evaluation and Management techniques now make pregnancy possible for women who otherwise would be unable to conceive. The correct course of treatment is different for each woman and is based on the nature of the issues causing infertility.
Take it easy for for first 24 hours after surgery. Start with liquids and then may take regular diet if there is no nausea. After 24 hours, you can do the activities you feel comfortable. By 3 to 4 days you should be able to do most of the activities except sexual intercourse.
Pregnancy can be one of the most joyful experiences of your life. High risk pregnancies are frightening, but they can end in a successful labor, delivery, and birth of a healthy baby. During a high risk pregnancy, we provide the care and support you need.