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Dr Burnet appreciates that Obstetrics is a 24/7 job. He has agreements with obstetricians of equal experience and training at each hospital where he works, in order to ensure his patients always have the highest care.
Currently Dr Burnet takes one weekend off per month, and generally takes some annual leave over Christmas and Easter.
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Normal pregnancy and birth
Management of complex and high risk pregnancies
Vaginal birth after caesarean section (VBAC)
Elective caesarean sections
Traumatic experiences and births
We recommend that you contact us to book your first obstetric appointment as soon as you know you are pregnant, it is preferable to begin care during the first trimester, to ensure screening and support for a healthy start to pregnancy.
Yes. A referral from your GP or specialist is required for your appointment. This is to ensure you can claim with Medicare and to keep your family GP up to date.
Additional care is required when considering medications whilst pregnant. No medication can be “guaranteed safe” during pregnancy. However, if your symptoms are severe, certain medications may be indicated.
It is especially important to control fevers and prevent dehydration while you are pregnant. If indicated, your primary care physician or dentist may order prescription medications. Please remind them that you are pregnant.
If you have any questions regarding medications during pregnancy, you can consult with Dr Burnet.
Keep up to date with the latest news and information from Dr Sean Burnet.
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