We have a ‘Patient-First’ philosophy
Our patients are at the core of everything we do.Patients know their bodies and their illnesses, and know when something’s gone wrong.Empowered patients can communicate changes and observations that can make a real difference in their medical care. To have their voices heard, patients have to speak up!
Let age not take away your confidence to become a mother.Too often we underestimate the power of a smile, a hug, a kind word or deed, too often we undermine the power of a simple, truthful compliment or the willingness to listen.A word of encouragement when a fellow being is struggling can heal someone.
Get treated by experts
Our medical team consists of mostly senior doctors and surgeons including gold medallists and university rankers guided by a Medical Advisory Board comprising of MDs from top specializations.Medical research is constantly pushing the boundaries of health care and redefining what is and isn’t possible.
Appointments made easy
Welcome to the world of appointments!Either it be a general OPD, diagnostic or antenatal appointments. It's hugely exciting – and sometimes a little bit nervy – to track the progress of your unborn child from he or she gradually grows tiny speck to ready-to-roll-in-the-outside-world baby.
Know When to Call the Doctor
Being pregnant can be confusing, especially if it's your first time.You should call your doctor if you have any of these symptoms: • Pain of any kind • Strong cramps • Contractions at 20-minute intervals • Vaginal bleeding or leaking of fluid • Dizziness or fainting • Shortness of breath • Heart palpitations • Constant nausea and vomiting • Trouble walking, edema (swelling of joints) • Decreased activity by the baby
Track Your Weight Gain
We know, you're eating for two. But packing on too many extra pounds may make them hard to lose later.Based on a woman's BMI (body mass index) before becoming pregnant with one baby: • Underweight: Gain 28-40 pounds • Normal weight: Gain 25-35 pounds • Overweight: Gain 15-25 pounds • Obese: Gain 11-20 pounds
Recharge with Fruit
Most doctors recommend limiting caffeine during pregnancy, since it can have harmful effects on you and the baby. Cutting back can be tough, though, especially when you're used to your morning java. For a quick pick-me-up, try nibbling on some fruit. "The natural sugars in fruits like bananas and apples can help lift energy levels"
Staying active is a must for most moms to be. Regular exercise will help you control your weight, improve circulation, boost your mood, and help you sleep better. Pilates, yoga, swimming, and walking are all great activities for most pregnant women, but be sure to check with your doctor first before starting any exercise program.
Take a Prenatal Vitamin
Even when you're still trying to conceive, it's smart to start taking prenatal vitamins. Your baby's neural cord, which becomes the brain and spinal cord, develops within the first month of pregnancy, so it's important you get essential nutrients, like folic acid, calcium, and iron, from the very start.
Staying Healthy During Pregnancy
Don't smoke. Don't drink. Get your rest and take prenatal vitamins to what to do with the kitty litter that can help ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy.
Attending a childbirth class will help you feel more prepared for delivery. Now is also a good time to brush up on your family's medical history. Talk to your doctor about problems with past pregnancies, and report any family incidences of birth defects.