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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Obstetrics and Gynaecology, often referred to as Ob/Gyn is a medical specialty concerned with the care of women from pregnancy until after delivery and with the diagnosis and treatment of various reproductive disorders. Pregnancy is among the most beautiful stages in a woman’s life. This stage is a physical and emotional roller-coaster, but what matters in the end to every mother is her baby’s well-being.

We at Miracles Apollo Cradle endeavor to make your pregnancy a memorable journey by providing top-notch care at every step. Our Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology provides the best maternity services which include the management of high-risk pregnancies/late pregnancies, normal delivery, and Caesarean section.

Recognized as the best maternity hospital in Gurgaon, it is equipped with world-class infrastructure, advanced technology, the best obstetrician and gynecologists, 24x7 emergency support along with a level 3 NICU. The homely environment and personalized care provided at our hospital ensure that the expecting mothers have a comfortable and stress-free delivery experience.

Our team of skilled obstetricians, gynecologists, and nursing staff combine their exceptional medical knowledge, cutting-edge technology, and innovative approaches to provide the finest treatment possible. From prenatal consultations to managing any health concerns, they are dedicated to meticulously overseeing every aspect of your pregnancy.

We also provide comprehensive treatment for various gynecological disorders such as menstrual abnormalities, fibroids, PCOD, prolapsed uterus, uro-gynecological problems, infertility, cancers, etc. Our experts treat all gynecological issues with the latest know-how and advocate minimally invasive methodologies such as laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, etc.

Whether you are having a baby or dealing with menopause, we offer safe, advanced, and compassionate care to women of all age groups.

Our Services

We provide a wide range of services to cater to all aspects of our patient’s needs. This includes prenatal care, timely scans, normal and C-Section delivery, postnatal care, personalized diet counseling, antenatal classes, consultations with physiotherapists, as well as 24X7 obstetrician and gynaecologist support at the hospital.

Normal Delivery:
Normal delivery refers to the natural process of giving birth to a baby without any medical intervention. It is the most common and preferred method of delivery due to low risk and quick recovery. Our dedicated team of obstetricians designs personalized birthing plans and labor strategies to offer safe and normal delivery.

C-Section Delivery:
Cesarean delivery or C-Section is a surgical delivery of the baby through incisions in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. It is performed when vaginal delivery is not safe or possible. Our hospital is equipped with a state-of-the-art operation theater backed by experienced doctors to carry out the most complex of C-Section deliveries with ease.

Management of High-Risk Pregnancy:
Certain health conditions can make a pregnancy high-risk. This includes high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and multiple births. Our hospital offers comprehensive antenatal care for high-risk mothers that includes routine risk assessment, regular monitoring of maternal and fetal well-being, and counseling.

Prenatal Care:
Prenatal care helps reduce pregnancy risks and increases the chance of a safe and healthy delivery. Antenatal care includes counseling, prenatal scans, nutritional advice, labor and childbirth education, yoga, and antenatal classes to help the couple prepare for labour, birth and parenthood. Our obstetrics and gynaecology division provides high-quality and compassionate care to expectant mothers and newborns.

Fetal Medicine:
Fetal medicine focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of fetal health concerns before, during, and after delivery. We provide a full array of services to expectant mothers including genetic counselling, diagnostic testing, and effective therapies.

Labor Pain Management:
Labor pain arises from the contractions of the uterine muscles and the pressure exerted on the cervix. We offer a range of natural and medicinal pain relief methods to ease your labor.

Multiple Births:
A multiple pregnancy is a pregnancy where you are carrying more than one baby. There are typically more risks linked to a multiple pregnancy. We offer personalized guidance, comprehensive prenatal tests, and postnatal support to ensure that you and your baby are in your best health.

Postpartum Care:
It is important for a woman to receive proper care after the birth of a baby. We offer breastfeeding support, nutrition counseling, advice on newborn care, physical checkups, and expert ways to deal with postpartum depression.

Neonatal Care:
In some cases, newborns may require critical attention as they struggle to regain optimal function after birth. To address their acute medical conditions, intensive care is provided to the babies. We have Level III NICUs equipped with advanced tools and technologies to support premature or critically ill newborns.

Gynecologic care:
Our healthcare facility offers comprehensive treatment and care for various gynecological conditions that impact women across all age groups. We specialize in utilizing the latest minimally invasive and laparoscopic techniques, which not only reduce hospital stays but also contribute to shorter recovery periods for patients.

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Obstetrics and gynecology are medical specialties centered around two different aspects of women’s reproductive health. Obstetrics deals with the care of pregnant women, including the well-being of the unborn baby, overseeing labor and delivery, and offering postpartum support immediately after childbirth. Gynecology deals with any ailment concerning the reproductive organs including the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina.

Ideally, you should make your first appointment with your obstetrician at 6-12 weeks of your pregnancy. Your doctor will calculate your due date, detect any potential health risks for your pregnancy, and advise you on prenatal supplements. The typical prenatal visit schedule is as follows:
- During the first trimester of your pregnancy, you will need to see your doctor once a month.
- During the second trimester, you will need to visit once every two weeks.
- When you reach the third trimester, you will need to visit your doctor every week.

Some factors that might increase your number of visits to your doctor are age above 35 years, having any pre-existing health condition, or experiencing pelvic pain or vaginal bleeding.

A high-risk pregnancy refers to a pregnancy where there is an increased likelihood of complications for the mother, baby, or both. Factors that make a pregnancy high-risk include high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, being older than 35, being underweight or overweight, multiple births, smoking, drug addiction, and excessive alcohol consumption. Early and regular prenatal care can help women have healthy pregnancies and deliveries without complications.

Prenatal screenings typically involve a combination of tests to assess the health of the mother and the baby during pregnancy. Some common prenatal tests include ultrasound, blood tests, urine tests, genetic testing, fetal monitoring, glucose testing, chorionic villus sampling (CVS), amniocentesis, and more.

The antenatal class helps you prepare for your baby’s birth. The topics covered in these classes include coping with labor, exercising after pregnancy, caring for your baby, and feeding your baby.


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