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Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Medicine
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"He is a good listener. I have struggled with OB/GYN issues for years that have virtually disappeared after seeing him for a year. He gave good advice, prescribed appropriate medicine, and ordered essential & telling lab tests."

The importance of ultrasound scans in Houston, TX

importance of ultrasound scans in Houston, TX

Most pregnant patients look forward to their ultrasound like an excited child looks forward to his or her birthday. It’s a chance for the parents-to-be to get their first glimpse of their baby. Parents are often anxious to have important questions answered such as, “Is my baby healthy?” “Is the baby active?” and the ever popular, “Are we having a boy or a girl?” While these typical ultrasound scans are important to the parents, they’re also critical to patient care. In the earliest days and weeks of a pregnancy, ultrasounds are used to ensure that the baby has a heartbeat … Continue reading

When you’re expecting, finding the best OBGYN in Houston is important

the best OBGYN in Houston is important

If you’ve recently learned that you’re pregnant, your mind is probably on finding the best obstetrician to care for you and your baby throughout your pregnancy. If you already have a gynecologist who also provides obstetric services, also known as an OBGYN, this may be a seamless transition in your care. However, if you don’t currently have a physician to turn to, it will be important to find one quickly, as prenatal care is critical to the health of both the mother and the baby. Dr. Taryll Jenkins of Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine knows how important the relationship … Continue reading

OB vs. GYN. What’s the difference? Katy doctor answers

OB vs. GYN. What's the difference? Katy doctor answers

While obstetrics and gynecology are two different kinds of medical specialty, they are often lumped together because of they both deal with the female body. Physicians are often trained in both obstetrics and gynecology, and they offer both services to their patients in an OB/GYN practice. This is helpful for many women who begin to see their physician long before they’re ready to become pregnant. While both obstetrics and gynecology are often medically necessary for many women, there are some important differences. Here, Dr. Taryll Jenkins of Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine explains the difference. By definition, an obstetrician … Continue reading

Using an ultrasound in obstetrics in Katy

Ultrasound in Obstetrics at Katy Area

If you’re pregnant, you will undergo a number of appointments and tests to ensure your health and the health of your baby. One of these tests is ultrasound. Many women are excited for this appointment because it’s their first opportunity to catch a glimpse of their son or daughter. In fact, many people use this appointment to find out the baby’s gender. While ultrasound is often fun for the parents, it also provides valuable medical insight. During the procedure, the ultrasound technician will take pictures of the baby’s brain, heart, stomach, and many other areas of the body. These images … Continue reading

Specialized obstetrics medicine helps Katy patients avoid pregnancy complications

Obstetrics Medicine in Katy Tx Area

Your board-certified specialist in obstetrics medicine in Katy, Dr. Taryll L. Jenkins, is dedicated to reducing the risks of developing medical conditions that can harm you and your unborn child. Gestational hypertension The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports at least four percent of women develop high blood pressure, usually during the latter half of pregnancy. This condition makes it difficult for your baby to get the oxygen and nutrients he or she needs because it impedes blood flow to the placenta. Gestational diabetes Hormones released during pregnancy give rise to elevated glucose levels and diabetic symptoms. The condition … Continue reading


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