At Motherhood Hospitals, The Department of Obstetrics includes a team of expert gynaecologists, foetal medicine experts, nutritionists, physiotherapists, and trained and experienced nursing staff. We provide comprehensive care ranging from pre-natal care to post-natal care.
We are also equipped with one of the most advanced neonatal care team supported by state-of-the-art NICU infrastructure to ensure that complex and high-risk pregnancies can be managed including extremely premature birthings.
At Motherhood Hospital, we provide comprehensive consultations, lab investigations, and radiology services to provide the best possible care during your 1st Trimister to 3rd Trimister.
A woman will experience many changes during the pregnancy like morning sickness, or nausea and vomiting due to pregnancy, at 6–8 weeks. A pregnant woman might also feel very tired and notice that she is more emotional than usual due to hormonal changes.
Bringing a baby into this world is a monumental feat and cannot be achieved easily. Although normal vaginal delivery is commonly referred as the typical way of birthing, New techniques help labouring women in many ways, either by dampening their pain or smoothening the delivery process.
An easy birth and a perfectly executed birth plan are ideal. But we know that even the most carefully planned birth can take twists and turns. In those cases, it’s important to be prepared for alternative delivery methods.
Most Common Types of Childbirth Options
The obstetrics team at Motherhood provides comprehensive pregnancy scans services for pregnant women. Our obstetrics team and staff will monitor your pregnancy to ensure that you have a safe pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby. During an ultrasound your doctor or a skilled technician uses a plastic transducer to transmit high-frequency sound waves through your uterus. These sound waves send signals back to a machine that converts them into images of your baby.
Depending on the stage of pregnancy your doctor will offer you scan accordingly. The scan can provide information that may mean you have to make further important decisions.
Along with your bundle of joy, motherhood brings on a mixture of feelings like happiness, excitement, anxiety, and more. This overwhelming feeling is entirely normal because you are suddenly responsible for bringing a person into the world.
It is also natural for you to have millions of questions related to gynaecological problems racing your mind! But don’t worry; gynaecological problems during pregnancy are perfectly common since your body tends to go through a range of adjustments. If you are facing a gynaecological problem, then please do consult with your healthcare specialist at the earliest. If it is left unattended, then it can pose a risk to you as well as your little one inside.
Having a baby is an important milestone in couple’s life. For some , this milestone comes with utter happiness, joy, and comfort whereas for others the journey may not be the same. We are talking about high-risk pregnancy in women.
Usually, in a full-term pregnancy, a woman goes into labor (on or around her expected due date), gives birth to a healthy baby and leaves the hospital a day or two later to start resume her normal day-to-day lifebut not all women are lucky enough to go through this smooth journey of Motherhood. A few women experience what the doctors refer to as a high-risk pregnancy.
Generally, vaccines that contain killed (inactivated) viruses can be given during pregnancy. Vaccines that contain live viruses aren’t recommended for pregnant women.
If you’re traveling abroad or you’re at increased risk of certain infections, your doctors might also recommend other vaccines during pregnancy — such as hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines.
Two vaccines are routinely recommended during pregnancy i.e., Flu Vaccine and TT
If you’re planning a pregnancy, talk to your health care provider about any vaccines you might need beforehand. Live vaccines should be given at least a month before conception. Your partner and other close contacts should also get the flu vaccine to reduce the risk of exposing you and your baby to the flu. However, your partner and close adult contacts don’t need additional pertussis immunization if they are up to date with their Tdap vaccines.
The term bad obstetric history (BOH) is loosely used to signify that a woman has previously had problems in previous pregnancies. This may include miscarriage, stillbirth or any other adverse and unwanted conditions. Knowing in detail about BOH is important to prevent similar situations and to increase the chances of a successful pregnancy and live birth.
When a fertilised egg implants and grows outside the main cavity of the uterus it is termed as Ectopic Pregnancy. It often occurs in fallopian tubes, which carries the egg from the ovaries to the uterus. This type of ectopic pregnancy is called a tubal pregnancy.
An ectopic pregnancy can’t proceed normally as the fertilized egg can’t survive, and the growing tissue may cause life-threatening bleeding if left untreated.
An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilised egg gets stuck on its way to the uterus because of the damaged fallopian tube due to inflammation.
Good antenatal care is necessary if you are pregnant with twins or triplets. The kind of tests and scans depend on the twins or triplets you are having. Women with twins or triplets should undertakean ultrasound scan from 11 weeks to 13 weeks of their pregnancy to know what type of placenta and membranes twins have and to check the due date.
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at Motherhood India Hospitals
State-of-the-art operation theatres, manned by a team of experienced technicians, nurses, anaesthesiologist and leading surgeons.
Our Labour, Delivery and Recovery (LDR) rooms are designed to ensure the comforts of home but they’re also well-equipped with all the medical technology essential to ensure a safe delivery.
Executive / Suite Rooms: International standard suite rooms for expecting mothers and their families. These suite rooms are designed to offer best-in-class facilities for mother and child.
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