Meet Dr. Carrie Soder
Carrie Soder, MD joined Professionals for Women’s Health in August 2005 after completing her obstetrics and gynecology training at The Ohio State University. Her training includes normal and high-risk pregnancy, obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound, major gynecologic surgery, laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, colposcopy, infertility, and overall women’s health.
Dr. Soder graduated from the University of Toledo then received her medical degree from The Medical College of Ohio at Toledo in 2001.
Originally from Wapakoneta, Ohio, Dr. Soder resides in Dublin with her husband, Mike, and their children Hunter, Natalie, and Mallory. She enjoys spinning, running, traveling, and watching the Buckeyes! Dr. Soder has spent time in Malawi, Africa with a missionary group providing gynecologic care and hopes to go on another trip in the near future.
Every woman is unique and has different needs. As your physician, Dr. Soder feels this is an important concept to understand in order to provide the best medical care and help you make informed decisions.
If you are pregnant, take a second to read through our frequently asked questions about the changes that your body may go through.Read
Sex During Pregnancy
Sexual intercourse is permissible at any time during pregnancy unless you have vaginal bleeding, or a tendency toward premature labor.Read
Cigarette smoke contains a variety of poisons including nicotine, cyanide, and carbon monoxide, all of which cross over the placenta to the baby.Read
Toxoplasmosis in Pregnant Women
Toxoplasma is a harmful parasite that can cause an illness called toxoplasmosis. It also can be transmitted from mother to baby during pregnancy.Read