Tricia didn't necessarily plan on having a large family, but she considers her now five-member brood a blessing after the slew of unplanned difficulties during her first pregnancy.
With twins on the way and a history of short-term pregnancy, Tricia needed the best of the best as her OBGYN. She knew she'd found it when she met Dr. Terrani.
Dr. Terrani describes his job as preventing premie-baby disaster, as was the case with Tricia’s unborn children. His methods involve a little something called "cerclage."
Nothing but successfully-proven practices will do when the final goal is to deliver healthy, full-term babies. Dr. Terrani adheres to what he’s found to work in the past.
Starting a family is not always as simple as it may seem, as Alison was soon to realize. When having children proved more difficult than she had initially anticipated, her prenatal care plan became everything.
When preeclampsia becomes part of Alison’s pregnancy, Dr. Terrani is ready with a plan. It’s in such circumstances that the OBGYN garners the trust of his patients to make the smart, but sometimes tough decisions.
Lightening may not strike twice in the same spot, but preeclampsia can. Dr. Terrani’s careful monitoring suddenly proves irreplaceable.
Healthy, happy mothers and babies—that’s what everyone involved in the pregnancy, birth, and aftercare process wants. So when certain post-delivery routines prove to save women and infants’ lives, they surely become worth implementing.