Obstetrics 2019-11-05T11:51:11+00:00

Obstetrics is a meadow of medicine, which deals with the pregnancy and childbirth and postpartum period, this is a term, combined with gynecology, which is surgical field.  This covers the fetus size and gestational age of it; this also covers the fetal growth monitoring and any abnormalities. The obstetrician ensures the mother and child get the finest prenatal care to ensure proper labor and delivery accomplishment without any unseen complication in the whole procedure and will conclude if any intervention needed, which will be taken care quickly and safely.

Painless Vaginal Delivery

If you are, a mom-to-be and looking for painless vaginal delivery then it can be taken care by a epidural which is an injection of an anesthetic into the spine…..

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Cesarean Section ( C.S)

A Cesarean section is a surgery to deliver a baby; the baby is taken out through the mother’s abdomen. Many of them are planned but some happened unexpectedly …..

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Dilatation & Evacuation ( D &E)

This is a method in which surgical equipment and suction are used to remove the pregnancy while the mother is under the influence if anesthesia. It is usually performed….

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Cervical Encerclage

At times when the woman’s cervix is weak, she is more likely to have a baby early due to cervix shortening or opens too early. In order to avoid this condition doctors….

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High Risk Pregnancy

The process of delivering is usually normal; a woman goes into labor and gives birth to a healthy baby. After which she leads normal life. Nevertheless, not always….

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Ultra Sonography with Doppler

Ultra Sonography used to guesstimate the blood flow in the course of the blood vessels by bouncing the high frequency sound waves of circulating red blood cells….

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Fetal Monitoring

It is a procedure to check the baby’s heart rate and monitor it also observes how the baby is tolerating your contractions. It is done with an electronic fetal monitor….

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Antenatal Care

When you first learn that you are pregnant, you need to get in touch with a doctor and start antenatal care which is pregnancy care. This is will ensure the safety….

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Postpartum Contraception

Postpartum contraception is to prevent unintended and closely spaced pregnancies within the month’s period after the childbirth.  Postpartum contraception is….

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General Obstetrics

Obstetrics is the field of study on pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum period. General obstetrics provides the normal and the high-risk obstetrics care services….

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