Obstetrics (Antenatal Care)
An obstetrician is a doctor who specializes in pregnancy, childbirth, and a woman's reproductive system. Although other doctors can deliver babies, many women see an obstetrician, also called an OB/GYN. Your obstetrician can take care of you throughout your pregnancy, and give you follow-up care such as annual Pap tests for years to come.
Our gynecologists and obstetricians treat routine and complex obstetric and gynecologic conditions. Our goal is to provide outstanding medical care for a woman’s reproductive and gynecologic health throughout her lifetime.
An obstetrician is a medical doctor who specializes in the management of pregnancy, labor and birth. They also receive specialized education in the area of the female reproductive system and surgical care. Much of their education focuses on the detection and management of obstetrical and gynecological problems.
Antenatal Checkup and Treatment
Antenatal care is methodical medical supervision involving check up and advice to a pregnant woman. The main purpose of antenatal care to ensure the secure pregnancy culminates in the delivery of a healthy baby. Antenatal care should begin soon regularly after the pregnancy. You should awareness with the pregnancy and get medicine and check up regularly. In the many cases the women’s come to the hospital only when they are in labour. The perfect antenatal care stops the maternal, neonatal mortality and morbidity to some extent.
The objectives of antenatal care are: First the confirm pregnancy and expected date of delivery, identify high risk pregnancies, detect associated medical, surgical and gynecological disorders, screen for infections, etc.