Providing Health Care for Women of all Ages

Thank you for taking the time to get to know our group of healthcare providers and all of the services we have to offer! Our doctors are dedicated to providing quality and compassionate care to you, as an individual, and to fully support you in healthy living.

We provide comprehensive low and high risk Obstetric and Gynecologic care, with many “in-office” services for your convenience. All of our physicians are skilled in the most up-to-date minimally invasive and incision-free surgical techniques.



500 Rue de la Vie, Suite 310
Baton Rouge, LA 70817

Monday - Thursday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

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Office Hours:

Monday To Thursday
8:30 am – 5:30 pm

8:30 am – 1:00 pm


You should call the office or the on call nurse if you have any of the following:

  • Blood or fluid coming from your vagina
  • Sudden or extreme swelling of your face or fingers
  • Headaches that are severe or won’t go away
  • Nausea or vomiting that won’t go away
  • Dizziness
  • Dim or blurry vision
  • Pain or cramps in your lower abdomen
  • Chills or fever
  • A change in your baby’s movements
  • Less urine or burning when you urinate
  • Any illness or infection
  • Anything that bothers you
  • For Headaches: Tylenol or extra-strength Tylenol
  • For Colds/Allergies:
    • For congestion: Mucinex, Sudafed or Chlortrimetron
    • For sore throat: Chloraseptic spray, drink tea with honey
    • For cough: Robitussin
    • For sinus/allergy:
      • Tylenol Cold and Sinus, Benadryl, Claritin, Zyrtec, Flonase or Nasonex
      • Eat fruits and vegetables rich in Vitamin C (broccoli, strawberries, oranges)
      • Use a humidifier
  • For Nausea:
    • Ginger Tea, Emetrol, or Vitamin B6 (10mg-25mg) with Unisom Sleep tabs (Doxylamine) every 8 hours
    • Eat small frequent meals, wet to dry diet (do not drink when you eat or eat when you drink)
  • For Heartburn:
    • TUMS, Rolaids, Zantac, Tagamet, Prevacid, Pepcid, Mylanta, or Maalox
    • Eat a light supper and sleep with head elevated (try using an extra pillow)
  • For Constipation:
    • Metamucil, Milk of Magnesia or Colace
    • Increase water intake and dietary fiber intake (fruits, green leafy vegetables, prunes, prune juice)
  • For Diarrhea:
    • Imodium AD, Kaopectate, or Pepto-Bismol
    • Liquid to bland diet for 24 hours gradually resuming regular diet
  • For Leg Cramps:
    • Os-Cal one at bedtime
    • Maternity support hose
    • Bananas, prenatal vitamins, water, stretching
  • For Back Pain:
    • Tylenol
    • Warm soaks in a bathtub
    • Maternity belt
    • Sit in chairs with good back support or use a small pillow behind the small of your back
  • For Hemorrhoids: Preparation H, Anusol-HC, Colace, Sitz baths

Yes. There are many methods of birth control, presenting with their own unique benefits and risks. Types include birth control pills, a birth control patch, the NuvaRing, Nexplanon, Depo Provera injection, Mirena IUD and Paragard IUD. Discuss with your healthcare provider about which method may be best for you. To read more about different contraception option please click here

Breastfeeding is one of the most important things that you can do for your baby, and it can also be one of the most difficult, yet most rewarding, processes that you will ever go through. There are many benefits of breastfeeding for both you and your baby.

Benefits for your baby include:

  • Increased bonding time between mom and baby
  • The appropriate amount of nutrients and the addition of antibodies.
    • This helps aid in digestion and the antibodies help fight infection
  • Breast-fed babies have decreased rates of ear infections and diarrhea.
  • Breastfeeding decreases the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis (a disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract in preterm infants), lower respiratory infections, asthma, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.

Benefits for mom include:

  • Increased bonding time between mom and baby
  • Weight loss
  • A decrease risk of type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and postpartum depression.
  • Breastfeeding can also save time (there are less bottles to sterilize and get ready) and money (formula and feeding supplies can cost well over $1,500 each year).

Did you know?

The Affordable Care Act requires most insurance plans to cover the cost of a breast pump as part of women’s preventive health services. You can talk to your insurance company about its coverage. If you are covered, let your doctor know so we can provide a prescription for you.

Read more at:

Why breastfeeding is important?

Woman’s Hospital Breastfeeding information

Tips for breastfeeding moms

Breastfeeding it’s only natural

Breastfeeding-Healthy Children



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