Button PinkOver-the-Counter Medications for Obstetrics Patients

Many commonly used over-the-counter medications can pass directly through the placenta and could potentially result in harm to your baby. This page lists some over-the-counter medications that can be taken during pregnancy without consulting your doctor. Caution should be exercised when using herbs and/or homeopathic remedies. For example, chamomile may cause uterine contractions. Please also note that many cough and cold medications contain alcohol which should be avoided in pregnancy.

Button PinkMedical Records Release Form

Patient authorization to release medical records from WCJC or to obtain medical records from another provider.

Button PinkWCJC Information for Obstetric Patients

We hope you’ll find this booklet helpful in providing information about your obstetric care and in answering commonly asked questions. Educational brochures may also be offered to you throughout your pregnancy to provide more detailed information about many conditions, tests and concerns of pregnancy.

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Here you will find links to individual hospitals and information on classes (childbirth/parenting, breastfeeding). Please refer to individual OB/GYN provider pages to find the particular hospital campus locations where your physician practices. Our schedulers can also help you to determine which office and physicians would be a best fit for your location preference.

Button PinkPost-Operative Instructions

This page lists post-operative instructions created for you by the Women’s Clinic of Johnson County to aid in your comfort and understanding of the recovery process. Our goal is to provide you with an excellent surgical experience. Thank you for choosing our health care team.