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Dealing with High-Risk Pregnancy:

Any Pregnancy can offer you a lot of worry. Here are few things that you could do to deal with high risk pregnancy-Stop feeling anxious which might affect the baby's well-being, Eat well and get enough rest, Attend all the appointments without skipping even one, have all the tests done reguraly recommended by your obstetrician, take the prescribed medication without fail, Reduce your work and rest more, go out and do excercises, keep yourself hydrated and lastly ask questions when you have them.

Painless Delivery:

Painless delivery or Epidural Anesthesia is a small injection placed in your lower back, through which an epidural catheter, the size of a thread is passed into your back through which drugs can be injected to relieve the pain of labor. These drugs are baby safe and cause numbing of the nerves without affecting the ability to move. With this you may feel the contractions which will not be painful.

Promotion of Safe and Institutional Delivery

All the births should take place in a hospital, assisted by a gynecologist. It is always safer to give birth in a hospital or health center to reduce the chance of you and your baby becoming ill or dying as the skilled birth attendants are trained to take the proper care of you and your baby after the delivery as first 24 hours are crucial for mother and new born and should always be supervised.

Antenatal care including antenatal exercises and diet:

Antenatal care is the care that you receive during your pregnancy by an obstetrician. You will be given knowledge regarding vitamin supplements, nutrition, diet and food hygiene precautions that you should be taking, as your child completely depends on you for sustenance. Antenatal exercises helps you avoid backache and improve your muscle tone and regain strength more efficiently which ensure speedy return of muscles to get back to normal after the child birth.

Postnatal Care:

Postnatal period can be defined as the first 6-8 weeks after birth. postnatal care usually involves proper counseling on immediate nutrition, checking for her vital signs and excess loss of blood, preventing vitamin deficiencies, getting emotional support from the family-especially spouse, counseling regarding post partum psychosis and encouraging care seeking behaviour.

Tips to promote Breast Feeding, Storage of Breast milk and Lactation Specialist:

Lactation consultants are breastfeeding specialists trained to teach mothers how to feed their babies. Breast feeding is the biological way of providing infants their nutrition for growth. Baby should exclusively be breast fed until around six month of age. Our lactation specialists counsels you regarding the importance and risks associated with not breast feeding.

Common medical disorders associated with Pregnancy:

Our hospital deals with numerous pregnancy disorders. There are actually large number of medical disorders associated with pregnancy like endocrine disorders-Diabetes Mellitus, Thyroid diseases. Hypertensive disorders-Preeclampsia and Eclampsia, Late or Transient Hypertension. Cardiovascular Disorders-Thromboembolic Disorders, Asthma. Hepatic Disorders, Digestive Tract Disorders, Hematologic Disorders, Rheumatic Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Neurologic Disorders and other disorders of central nervous systems which might cause major complications.

Fibroid complicating Pregnancy:

Fibroid is a compacted mass of muscle or fibrous tissue that grows on the wall of the uterus occurring in 50 to 80% of women now a days. Fibroids usually complicates pregnancy causing excess vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain, pelvic pressure, constipation and frequent Urination. Our doctors recomment you the safest ways for you to fight them to make them subside in few days.