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Obsteric Care

Obsteric Care

It is a type of preventive healthcare practice. It includes pre conceptional councelling , complete antenatal care or prenatal care , post natal care. The primary goal of obstetric care is to ensure the health and well-being of both the mother and the baby throughout the entire reproductive process. Obstetric care involves a variety of medical professionals, including obstetricians, midwives, nurses, and other healthcare providers. Regular check-ups and medical assessments during pregnancy to monitor the health of the mother and the developing fetus. Ultrasound scans and other diagnostic tests to track fetal growth and development. Monitoring the progress of labor and ensuring a safe and supportive environment for childbirth. Providing support and education on newborn care, breastfeeding, and postpartum mental health.

Preconceptional counselling

Pre Conception counseling and care is intended to optimize a woman's healthy for pregnancy , ideally commenaning before conception at least 3 to 6 months prior to plan a pregnancy. During this visit a through family and medical history of both partners is obtained as well as physical examination and necessory investigation and suppliments and veines are given. Preconception counseling is an essential aspect of obstetric care that focuses on providing guidance, support, and medical advice to individuals or couples who are planning to conceive. This proactive approach helps optimize the health of both partners before conception, reducing potential risks and improving the chances of a healthy pregnancy.

Complete Antenatal Care / Prenatal Care

Regular visits with obstetrician. Regular monitoring of patient's well being in form of blood pressure and weight measurement. Required regular blood and urine investigations. Antenatal care, also known as prenatal care, is a comprehensive healthcare approach provided to pregnant women to ensure the well-being of both the mother and the developing fetus throughout the course of pregnancy. This care involves a series of medical check-ups, screenings, and interventions to monitor and promote a healthy pregnancy. Counseling on a well-balanced diet, including the importance of essential nutrients like folic acid, iron, and calcium.

3d/4d Sonography

Regular monitoring of petal well being by ultrasonography. Encourage the patient to maintain healthy lifestyle and antenatal exercise and yoga. Regular nutritional support and dietary advice.Educate the patient regarding expected physiological changes of preganancy and to identify biological changes. Educate patient regarding expected normal and abnormal fetal wellbeing. 3D and 4D sonography are advanced ultrasound imaging techniques used in obstetric care to provide more detailed and three-dimensional images of the developing fetus during pregnancy. These technologies offer a clearer visualization of the baby's anatomy and movements, providing valuable information for both medical purposes and enhancing the emotional connection between parents and their unborn child. 3D ultrasound captures multiple 2D images from different angles, creating a three-dimensional representation of the baby.

Traditional prenatal care consists:

  • Monthly visits during the first two trimesters (The 1st week to the 28th week)
  • Fortnightly visits from the 28th week to the 36th week of pregnancy
  • Weekly visits after the 36th week to the delivery, to the 40th week
  • Complete Antenatal Care
  • Women should receive at least eight antenatal visits.
  • Required investigation and nutritional support.

Women during pregnancy for care:

  • Take folic acid, iron and calcium
  • Staying active is important, try to exercise
  • Eliminate toxins – avoid smoking, alcohol and other drugs
  • Track your weight gain
  • Stay hydrated
  • Stay clean

Here are tips for Women pregnancy:

  • High risk pregnancy management
  • Normal delivery,painless normal delivery and caesarean section
  • Availability of neonatologist in each case
  • Prenatal yoga and exercise by trained physiotherapist
  • Trained birth attendant in every case of normal delivery
  • Post natal care

Perineal Care

  • Cleanse the perineal area from front to back each time you urinate movement.
  • Apply a clean pad for every change.
  • Apply the medication to your suture area as ordered by your doctor.
  • Enjoy a warm sitz bath several times a day
  • Avoid rubbing or applying on suture area
  • Stitches taken at perineal area while normal deliveary from an episiotomy.

Bowel And Bladder Function

  • You may urinate more than usual on the second and third days after birth.
  • Drink a lot of fluids at least 6-8 glasses of fluid/day
  • Diet to include fiber-rich foods
  • Take stool softeners, if prescribed by a doctor


  • Strengthen the pelvic floor and rejuvenate
  • 3d-4d sonography and colour doppler
  • Recurrentpregnancy loss management
  • Ectopic pregnancy management

Postnatal Exercise :

Postnatal exercises are one of the best ways to strengthen the pelvic floor and rejuvenate. It should be carried out with doctors order.

  • Availability of neonatologist in every delivery
  • 3d-4d sonography and colour doppler : Helping to be parents to witness development of their little one in scientific manner.
  • Recurrentpregnancy loss management : A couple who is suffering from 2 or more consecutive losses of pregnancy needs special care, investigations and support.
  • Ectopic pregnancy management : When an embryo develops out side the uterine cavity it is called ectopic pregnancy. Early diagnosis can be life saving to mother and can be managed with minimal interventions.