Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Also known as OB/GYN, Obstetrics and Gynecology is the branch that handles two subspecialties - obstetrics which involves pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum, and gynecology which includes ailments of the female reproductive system such as ovaries, vagina, fallopian tubes, and breasts. The OB/GYN department at Medway Hospital has enhanced facilities for treating PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome) and women's health. The vast range of OB/GYN services provided consists of

  • Emergency abortion surgeries to treat torsion of the ovaries

  • Psychological preparation and birth counseling for new mothers

  • Valuable advice and care for young mothers post-childbirth, such as lactation and breastfeeding assistance

  • Prenatal care consists of obstetric ultrasound to monitor the health status of the developing fetus

Women's health, pregnancy, and postpartum care

Doctors at Medway are compassionate in delivering unparalleled care for new mothers through deliveries and IVF (in-vitro fertilization). Post-delivery, the infant in the NICU is monitored for "newborn jaundice" and other illnesses. The department also houses advanced phototherapy equipment and a 24*7 blood bank that caters to emergency procedures in the ICU.

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  • Classic symptoms and symptoms and signs and symptoms of pregnancy Missed period. If you are in your childbearing years and per week or greater has exceeded without the beginning of an anticipated menstrual cycle, you are probably pregnant.
  • Tender, swollen breasts.
  • Nausea without or with vomiting.
  • Increased urination.
  • Fatigue.
During the pregnancy period, a healthy woman takes two ultrasound scans. The first ultrasound scan is taken in the first trimester to confirm the due date of delivery and the second scan will be taken at 18 - 22 weeks to analyze the anatomy of a fetus
2, 2004 Multiple ultrasound scans during pregnancy are unlikely to permanently harm a developing fetus, according to a new study confirming the long-term safety of the commonly used procedure.

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