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. DOB observes pregnancy care that includes pregnancy trimesters, types of delivery, pregnancy scans, pregnancy complications and vaccinations.
The Foetal Medicine Department is fully equipped with the latest technologies to assess the growth and development of your unborn baby at various stages of the pregnancy. We have a team of experienced ultrasound specialists who monitor both the mother and child with the help of state-of-the-art ultrasound scanning equipment.
The Gynecology department covers the gamut of services a woman need in her life time from contraceptive advice care to treating pain & bleeding issues, uterine fibroids, urinary incontinence, diagnose and treat abnormal pap smears and help manage conception and early pregnancy.
The department covers menstrual disorders, menopause, pelvic floor issues, contraception, gynec cancer, MTP and family planning.
We have some of the best specialists from around the world, they bring years of experience and offer evidence-based treatment to ensure the best care for you.
Treatments & Procedures
We provide comprehensive treatment for all types diseases under one roof. Our highly experienced doctors supported by especially trained clinical staff, ensure the best care for you.
Advanced Technology & Facilities
Well equipped with the latest medical equipment, modern technology & infrastructure, Aster Hospital is one of the best hospitals in India.
The labor Room is the most versatile place at the hospital. Once you are placed in a room, this is the room that you will use for your labor and birth, in addition to the initial hours of recovery. The LDR is designed for all kinds of births. LDR can be used for women choosing to go unmedicated or those who wish to have an epidural. These rooms can also handle minor emergencies and procedures including forceps and vacuum deliveries.
LDR suites with facilities of labour, delivery & recovery under one roof.
Modular spacious Operation Theatres. The tables are all USFDA approved products with operating room staff and patient safety in consideration.The OTs are HEPA filter mounted laminar air flow with automatic hermetically sealed Doors. The safety of the patient in the operating room commences before the patient enters the operation theatre. OT temperature and humidity is regulated from time to time to keep the environment healthy for speedy recovery. Strict aseptic precautions and sterile atmosphere is maintained using special filters in thel operation theatres.
Procedure rooms are created seperately for patients related to OBGY and Paediatirics to conduct small procetures.
Want to find out more about the treatment? The answer to your questions can be found below.
What is prenatal care, and why is it important?
Prenatal care is the medical care that pregnant women receive throughout their pregnancy. It is important because it helps monitor the health of the mother and baby, identify and manage any potential complications, and provide education and support to help promote a healthy pregnancy and delivery.
What are the signs and symptoms of preterm labor, and what should I do if I experience them?
Signs of preterm labor include regular contractions, lower back pain, cramping, vaginal bleeding, and increased vaginal discharge. If you experience these symptoms, it's important to contact your healthcare provider immediately.
How often do I need to visit my consultant doctor during my pregnancy?
During your third trimester, your consultant doctor might ask you to have you undergo routine checkups about every 2 or 4 weeks depending upon your health issues and your health history. From 36 weeks onwards, these checkups become weekly until you deliver.
How can I tell if I am in active labor, and when should I go to the hospital?
Signs of active labor include regular and strong contractions and cervical dilation of at least 4 centimeters. It's important to go to the hospital when contractions are strong and regular, and your healthcare provider has advised you to do so.
What are some postpartum complications that I should be aware of, and when should I seek medical attention?
Postpartum complications may include postpartum bleeding, infections, and depression. It's important to seek medical attention if you experience any concerning symptoms after delivery.
What are the risks and benefits of a vaginal birth vs. a cesarean section?
Vaginal birth and cesarean section both have risks and benefits. Vaginal birth is typically associated with a shorter recovery time, lower risk of infection, and lower risk of respiratory problems in the baby. Cesarean section is typically associated with a lower risk of vaginal tearing and incontinence but has a longer recovery time and a higher risk of infection and blood loss.
What are the different stages of labor, and what can I expect during each stage?
The stages of labor include early labor, active labor, and delivery of the baby and placenta. During early labor, contractions become more frequent and the cervix begins to dilate. During active labor, the cervix continues to dilate and the baby moves through the birth canal. During delivery, the baby is born, followed by delivery of the placenta.
What are the options for pain relief during labor and delivery?
Pain relief options during labor may include natural methods such as breathing and relaxation techniques, as well as medical interventions such as epidurals or pain medications.
What are some common complications during pregnancy and childbirth, and how can they be managed or prevented?
Common complications during pregnancy and childbirth may include gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, and fetal distress. Your healthcare provider can help manage or prevent these complications.
What is placenta previa and what are its causes?
Placenta previa is a complication during pregnancy when the placenta completely or partially covers the opening of the uterus (cervix). The placenta is an organ that develops inside the uterus during pregnancy. It works to provide oxygen and nutrition to the baby and to remove waste. The common possible causes and risk factors of placenta previa include:
1. Low implantation of the fertilized egg.
2. Abnormalities of the uterine lining, such as fibroids.
3. Scarring of the uterine lining (endometrium).
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