Dr. Cobb received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in Kansas City, Missouri. He went on to complete his residency training at St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. His approach to women's healthcare has always been to provide exceptional care in a professional, compassionate manner. Dr. Cobb runs the gamut from medicated to non-medicated births, with an emphasis on letting his patients be heard. His biggest goal is to honor what a woman wants. Dr. Cobb says he leans toward natural births and wants to do everything he can to help in that regard. He is networked with resources in the San Diego birthing community, and is open to working with doulas, midwives and other health care facilitators to help patients with their wishes. He says the most important thing is to remember that a woman’s body is very powerful. Dr. Cobb's interests away from medicine include running, basketball, and spending time with his family. He resides in San Diego with his wife and two sons.
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Blood types plays an important role during pregnancy. It’s even possible for your blood type to be incompatible with your unborn child. What determines your baby’s blood type and Rh factor? How do you know if you’re incompatible? And how could that impact pregnancy and your labor and delivery?
Gaining weight during pregnancy is inevitable. However, the amount of weight you gain could make the difference between a healthy pregnancy, and one that’s more complicated. However, the amount of weight you gain could make the difference between a healthy pregnancy, and one that’s more complicated.