Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Obstetrics & Gynaecology


When it comes to untangling the secrets a woman’s heart holds, or solving the mystery of her impregnable mind, none has ever succeeded so far. We agree and thus never venture into this impervious territory. However our medical experts ensconce within their illustrious dexterity and year old experience, the knowledge, the science, the problems and the treatments apropos a female constitution. The department of Obstetrics and Gyneacology addresses the needs of women from their teen years through pregnancy to menopause and beyond, with qualified specialists, specially trained nurses and the latest equipment to deal with Obstetric emergencies, high risk pregnancies and premature babies.

   The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology offers

  • complete pre pregnancy councelling and check-ups
  • detailed ante-natal check-ups including chromosomal screening
  • high risk pregnancy care and management including NST (Non Stress Test) for continuous close fetal monitoring
  • pain relief during delivery (including epidural analgesia)
  • complete infertility work up including investigation of the couple, HSG (Tubal patency), complete check up of the male partner and semen analysis
  • infertility treatment including ovulation induction, follicular scans and IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination)
  • laparoscopic surgeries, hysteroscopy and colposcopy
  • anatomical correction surgeries such as repair of prolapse, vaginal hysterectomy, stress incontinence surgery, cystocele and rectocele repair
  • screening for cancer of the cervix using the latest DNA-PAP smear method
  • cancer vaccines for patients between the age of 9 and 45 years

   Facilities

  • Maternal intensive care units
  • Blood and Blood component facilities
  • Maternal intensive care units with efficient back-up services of anesthesiologists, intensivists and blood bank to manage all cases of coagulation disorders.
  • Pregnant mothers with eclampsia (Hypertension associated with convulsion) are treated with expert neurologists.
  • cardiac diseases (congenital and acquired), bronchial asthma and renal disorders with pregnancy are monitored in collaboration with cardiologists, pulmonologists and nephrologists.

   Services

  • Maternal & Foetal health
  • General Gynaecology
  • Uro gynaecology
  • Gynaec oncology

Other Specialities

Tips to a Healthy Pregnancy

Drink Plenty of Fluids

Preferably water. Pregnant women should drink between six and eight glasses of water each day. In fact this recommendation does not only apply to pregnant women. But for pregnant women there are several additional advantages to staying properly hydrated:Do not substitute water with coffee, tea or soda water. These are actually diahretics and can have the opposite effect.

Exercise Regularly

Exercise has numerous benefits to both the mother and the child

Get plenty of Sleep

Sleep is a very important aspect of a healthy of your pregnancy. Regardless of whether you’re pregnant or not, research shows that proper sleep improves your metabolism and your psychological well-being. But research also shows that pregnant women who slept longer than 7 hours experienced roughly half the duration of labour, which in itself is probably incentive enough.

Eat Healthily

Eat well-balanced nutritious meals to increase intake of certain vitamins and minerals which your body needs during pregnancy (e.g., folic acid and iron). These vitamins and minerals need not be obtained through supplements as they naturally occur in foods such as spinach and other fruits and vegetables. Be vigilant about eating well. Common sense will tell you what foods are out (junk food) and which foods are in (fruits and vegetables).

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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Obstetrics & Gynaecology


When it comes to untangling the secrets a womans heart holds, or solving the mystery of her impregnable mind, none has ever succeeded so far. We agree and thus never venture into this impervious territory. However our medical experts ensconce within their illustrious dexterity and year old experience, the knowledge, the science, the problems and the treatments apropos a female constitution. The department of Obstetrics and Gyneacology addresses the needs of women from their teen years through pregnancy to menopause and beyond, with qualified specialists, specially trained nurses and the latest equipment to deal with Obstetric emergencies, high risk pregnancies and premature babies.

   The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology offers

  • complete pre pregnancy councelling and check-ups
  • detailed ante-natal check-ups including chromosomal screening
  • high risk pregnancy care and management including NST (Non Stress Test) for continuous close fetal monitoring
  • pain relief during delivery (including epidural analgesia)
  • complete infertility work up including investigation of the couple, HSG (Tubal patency), complete check up of the male partner and semen analysis
  • infertility treatment including ovulation induction, follicular scans and IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination)
  • laparoscopic surgeries, hysteroscopy and colposcopy
  • anatomical correction surgeries such as repair of prolapse, vaginal hysterectomy, stress incontinence surgery, cystocele and rectocele repair
  • screening for cancer of the cervix using the latest DNA-PAP smear method
  • cancer vaccines for patients between the age of 9 and 45 years

   Facilities

  • Maternal intensive care units
  • Blood and Blood component facilities
  • Maternal intensive care units with efficient back-up services of anesthesiologists, intensivists and blood bank to manage all cases of coagulation disorders.
  • Pregnant mothers with eclampsia (Hypertension associated with convulsion) are treated with expert neurologists.
  • cardiac diseases (congenital and acquired), bronchial asthma and renal disorders with pregnancy are monitored in collaboration with cardiologists, pulmonologists and nephrologists.

   Services

  • Maternal & Foetal health
  • General Gynaecology
  • Uro gynaecology
  • Gynaec oncology

Other Specialities

Tips to a Healthy Pregnancy

Drink Plenty of Fluids

Preferably water. Pregnant women should drink between six and eight glasses of water each day. In fact this recommendation does not only apply to pregnant women. But for pregnant women there are several additional advantages to staying properly hydrated:Do not substitute water with coffee, tea or soda water. These are actually diahretics and can have the opposite effect.

Exercise Regularly

Exercise has numerous benefits to both the mother and the child

Get plenty of Sleep

Sleep is a very important aspect of a healthy of your pregnancy. Regardless of whether youre pregnant or not, research shows that proper sleep improves your metabolism and your psychological well-being. But research also shows that pregnant women who slept longer than 7 hours experienced roughly half the duration of labour, which in itself is probably incentive enough.

Eat Healthily

Eat well-balanced nutritious meals to increase intake of certain vitamins and minerals which your body needs during pregnancy (e.g., folic acid and iron). These vitamins and minerals need not be obtained through supplements as they naturally occur in foods such as spinach and other fruits and vegetables. Be vigilant about eating well. Common sense will tell you what foods are out (junk food) and which foods are in (fruits and vegetables).

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