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Comprehensive Antenatal care

Yashoda hospital understands that mothers with high-risk pregnancies may require significant help and observation in protecting their pregnancy and give birth to babies that are closer to full-term. Our neonatal and paediatric surgery offers multiple bed Antenatal Care Unit (ACU)

If admitted to the unit, mothers are cared for by the ward’s internationally renowned maternal-foetal medicine and obstetric medicine doctors. Services are regulated in an environment that assists partnership with the patients’ community obstetricians and their families.

Our hospital also offers an amenities suite to support and pamper women who can be on bed rest for weeks leading up to childbirth. Our obstetricians prepare mothers to be for their pregnancy and guide them towards a healthy delivery. Our department includes top-notch doctors who work in a high-quality hygienic, clean environment and offer compassionate care with the help of unmatched medical technology and a team of well-acclaimed experienced clinicians.

The Antenatal Care Unit features separate rooms that are grander and offer space for loved ones to spend the night and independent bathrooms with showers.

What is Comprehensive Antenatal Care?

Once your pregnancy is proved, it’s essential to see your doctor as soon as possible so you can set up the appointments you will require. Appointments and counselling sessions during your pregnancy are called your antenatal appointments or antenatal care.

Antenatal appointments will enable your doctor and other people on your healthcare team to treat both you and your baby to stay healthy. Even if your pregnancy is passing well and you’re feeling well, it’s vital for you to attend your appointments so that any possible risks can be analyzed and prevented or lowered.

It’s also a perfect opportunity to ask any queries you have about your pregnancy, such as what’s going on during each trimester, physical pregnancy symptoms, and the delivery itself. You may need to ask questions about caring for your baby after childbirth.

You can also receive recommendations from our specialists to advice you on your lifestyle, such as dietary information or mental health. Our team also help you to quit smoking or avoiding drinking liquor. You can explain any problems you might be experiencing at home.

What to Expect During Antenatal Appointments?

The antenatal care you receive throughout your pregnancy depends on:

  • your condition and any risks you or your baby may have
  • your stage of pregnancy
  • any complications you may be experiencing

Initial Visit

It is proposed that a woman calls on a specialist as soon as she misses a period to establish her pregnancy. The early visit will consist of a comprehensive history, clinical examination, laboratory tests, and learning about pregnancy health. Height and weight is recorded of the mother to be to calculate BMI, which sets up the physician to detect weight gain guidelines that is patient specific.

Subsequent Visits

At the second visit, an evaluation of laboratory results will help draft the care during pregnancy. Antenatal care appointments will be scheduled at relevant intervals to establish time-sensitive testing and screenings, administration of anti-D immunoglobulin if called for and observing for common complications.

  • There will be multiple checks, scans, assessments, and discussions, such as:
  • when the baby is due, what trimester you are in and how your pregnancy will move forward.
  • finding out about your medical record, general health, and how any past pregnancies were
  • discussing any treatment, you are taking
  • to make sure that you are up to date with cervical screening
  • ensuring your mental condition is OK, and treating you if you have depression or anxiety
  • checking your blood pressure and weight and assessing your urine
  • ordering blood tests and screening
  • providing consultation on healthy eating and lifestyle changes
  • feeling and measuring your tummy, and observing the baby’s heartbeat
  • asking you about your home situation, work, and what assistance you have. If you are dealing with family violence, this is an appropriate opportunity for you to deliberate it
  • checking about any physical symptoms that may be upsetting you
  • formulating through your birth plan with you
  • talking about any risk or complications that may occur
  • selecting any antenatal classes
  • suggestions about taking your baby home, feeding them, and other care

Typical regularity of visits in an effortless pregnancy are:

  • Every four weeks for the initial 28 weeks
  • Every two weeks between 28 and 36 weeks
  • Weekly after 36 weeks.
  • More periodic visits may be suggested in high-risk pregnancies

Expectant mothers are asked concerning foetal movement, pain, contraction, other symptoms of pre-term labour, frequency, vaginal bleeding, loss of fluid or discharge, and pre-eclampsia symptoms at reasonable gestation intervals, in a supplement to any other complaints or concerns.



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