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We care for You and your Baby before, during and after Delivery.

Do you know 32% cases of miscarriages, complications, and risks that arise during the term of pregnancy, can be prevented through an Obstetrician’s help.

We care for You and your Baby before, during and after Delivery.​

Do you know 32% cases of miscarriages, complications, and risks that arise during the term of pregnancy, can be prevented through an Obstetrician’s help.

How can you increase the chances of Normal Vaginal Delivery?

Watch this video by Dr. Arvin Kaur and learn how can you prepare yourself both physically and emotionally for a normal delivery.

How can an Obstetrician help you?

Preconception Counselling

If you’re at risk for a complicated pregnancy due to advanced maternal age, previous preterm birth, or a health condition like diabetes, our team can help you understand the risks and plan a path to a safe and healthy pregnancy.

Ultrasound and Prenatal Diagnosis

Our team performs different types of tests to check the health of your growing baby. These tests include Ultrasound, Fetal Echo, NIPT, New born screening with blood sample, and hearing test post delivery.

Care for Multifetal Pregnancy (twins or more)

Carrying more than one baby increases the risk for some complications, like preterm birth, discordant growth, TTTS, and above all these babies have high chances of birth effects. Whether you’re carrying twins or triplets or more. Our team can provide the expert care you need to ensure a healthy pregnancy and delivery.

Newborn Screening

Newborn screening is done post delivery to check the overall health of the newborn baby. In this screening our doctors check for Metabolic defects (Thyroid), Hearing Defects (Hearing loss), and Heart Defects.

Our Doctors

Dr Babita

Dr. Babita Chauhan

Sr. Consultant (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

DR Poonam r

Dr. Poonam Rudingwa

Consultant (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

DR geetika

Dr. Geetika Thakur

Consultant (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)


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Here’s why we feel proud of what we do!

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Ms. Priya Sharma

At 18 weeks of my pregnancy, by fetal echo, my baby was diagnosed with a serious heart defect, but when we came for the second opinion to Dr. Amitoz, he said my baby has an absolutely normal heart and today my baby is in my arms.

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Mr. and Mrs. Manchanda

We were terrified having missed both dual and quadruple test, but thankfully we met Dr. Poonam and she did a genetic sonogram and ensured us and today we are blessed with a healthy baby.

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Mrs. Ananya Mishra

I conceived after 10 years of marriage with IVF, when diagnosed with mild ventriculomegaly everyone asked me to go for termination. But then here I went for neurosonography (ultrasound of brain) tests and serial follow-ups and today enjoying motherhood.

FAQs

What is the role of a obstetrician in pregnancy ?

An obstetrician is a doctor with specialist qualifications in delivering babies and providing medical care to women during pregnancy (antenatal care) and after birth (postnatal care). Obstetricians have the skills to manage complex or high-risk pregnancies and births and can perform interventions and caesareans.

What is prenatal care and why is it important ?

Preconception and prenatal care can help prevent complications and inform women about important steps they can take to protect their infant and ensure a healthy pregnancy. With regular prenatal care women can: Reduce the risk of pregnancy complications.

What is the difference between preconception and prenatal care?

Preconception Care and Prenatal Care. Preconception care is the health care a woman gets before she becomes pregnant. Prenatal care is the health care a woman gets during pregnancy. Early and regular prenatal visits with a health care provider are important for the health of both the mother and the fetus.

What happens at my first obstetrician appointment ?

Your first OB appointment, generally between 8 and 12 weeks, will include a complete medical history and a thorough physical, including a pelvic exam, breast exam, urine test, pap smear, and blood work. Based on the time of your last period, your OB will give an estimated (we said estimated!)

What is included in a newborn screening test ?

The disorders included in newborn screening vary from state to state. … These conditions include phenylketonuria (PKU), cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease, critical congenital heart disease, hearing loss, and others. Some states test for additional disorders that are not part of the HRSA panel.

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