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Green Valley OB/GYN

OB/GYNs located in Henderson, NV

Proper prenatal care helps ensure the health of the mother and baby from conception to delivery. To get started with your regular prenatal checkups call Dr. Guy Torres and Dr. Rebecca Tyre of Green Valley OB/GYN in Henderson, Nevada. Green Valley OB/GYN offers complete prenatal care to promote a healthy lifestyle and ensure a smooth delivery.

Pregnancy Q&A

I think I’m pregnant. When should I see the doctors?

Missing your period by a day or two isn’t usually reason to suspect pregnancy, but if you’re about 2 weeks late, or you’ve tested positive with a home pregnancy test, Drs. Torres and Tyre suggest you come in to be tested for an official diagnosis and begin your prenatal care.

If I live a healthy lifestyle do I really need to bother with prenatal care?

Prenatal care is one of those critical steps in keeping you and your baby healthy. Green Valley OB/GYN hopes you have an uneventful pregnancy, so getting early and frequent care can help identify health problems early, so they can be treated early. The doctors can also offer important coaching on lifestyle habits, such as exercise and diet, as well as prescribing prenatal vitamins and avoiding risky behavior.

Should I talk to the doctors before getting pregnant?

It’s a good idea to schedule a consultation and exam with Green Valley OB/GYN prior to getting pregnant. The doctors can rule out or help you manage any preexisting medical conditions, such as diabetes, asthma, or high blood pressure. They can also evaluate prescription or over-the-counter medications and supplements you’re using to see if they’re contraindicated in pregnancy. You can also get started on a quality prenatal vitamin to provide all the nutrients to yourself and your future baby right away.

I’m afraid of gaining too much weight, how do I keep this under control?

The doctors at Green Valley OB/GYN will let you know what is a healthy amount for you to gain and they’ll keep you on track through the your trimesters. Every mother is different, depending on her starting weight and the size and stage of the baby’s development.

How often will I need to visit the doctor during pregnancy?

In the first and second trimester, you’ll likely see your doctor just once each month. After week 28 or 30, you’ll likely increase your visits to twice a month. At week 36 and up until your baby’s birth, you’ll have weekly visits. Moms older than 35 or those with known complications or risky pregnancies may be scheduled even more frequently.


We accept most major insurances. If you have any questions about regarding your eligibility, coverage, co-pay/co-insurance or need to verify that we are a contracted in-network provider, please contact your insurance company. Our Tax ID # is 88-034150. Please note: It is your responsibility to know your benefits.

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