- Pregnancy & Antenatal Care
- Know More About Your Baby
- High Risk Pregnancy Care
- Obstetrics/ Birthing
- Adolescent Health
- Minimally Access Surgery
- Gynecological Surgeries
- Common Gynecological Issues
- Common Gynaecological Disorders
- Cervical Cancer Screening
- Family Planning
- Medical Fertility Treatment
- IUI Treatment
- Surgical Infertility Treatment
- Cosmetic Gynecology
The process of delivery is believed to be the most difficult part of childbearing but here at our centre every effort is made to make birthing experience as comfortable as possible, for the mother as well as the family. The dedicated team of doctors and nursing staff work efficiently to deliver the best possible obstetrics and post delivery care.
- Inserting a pessary or a tablet into the vagina containing a hormone that softens the cervix. This is done in the evening or very early morning. You may go in labor within an hour or so, but the pessary is not usually very effective on its own in a first pregnancy.
- Breaking your waters. If labor still has not started within 8-12 hours, the doctor makes a small hole in the bag of waters surroundings the baby. Most women don't feel any pain. Contractions nearly always start soon afterwards.
- Giving a drip of oxytocin. The dosage is regulated and the patient monitored very closely by having regular monitoring.
Forceps/ Vacuum: Sometimes the baby has to be helped out with forceps or by vacuum suction. You may have an assisted delivery if:
- You cannot push the baby out, perhaps because he has a big head.
- You or the baby shows signs of distress the labor.