Centre for Obstetrics and Gynaecology Centre for Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Centre for Obstetrics and Gynaecology

The Centre for Excellence in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Meitra Hospital offers a full range of end-to-end quality, specialty services that fall within the field of women and newborns’ health from general to complex obstetrics and gynecological care. Our broad spectrum of expertise includes adolescent health, preconception counseling, routine pregnancies and childbirths as well as complex, high-risk situations, reproductive medicine, prenatal and preventive health programs, contraceptive medicine, menopausal care, and infertility solutions. We also provide, complete outpatient and in-patient gynecological care, using the latest Minimally Invasive modalities like laparoscopic, hysteroscopic, and colposcopic procedures for various gynecological disorders. Vaginal surgeries and conventional abdominal surgeries are also done with great expertise, including complex oncosurgery.

Obstetrics is the field of study concentrated on pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. This extends to providing preventive health and family planning counseling services, medical care to women before, during pregnancy (antenatal care), and after birth (postnatal care) as well as the management of high-risk pregnancies. Our multi-disciplinary specialists are experienced in the management of complications arising during high-risk pregnancies, ensuring you and your baby are taken care of with utmost expertise.

Gynaecology is the area of medicine that involves the treatment of women's reproductive health. At our Department, we support women of all ages, with a range of services from advanced diagnostics (colposcopy, hysteroscopy, USG, biopsy) to the preventive and therapeutic management of adolescent gynecological disorders, stress urinary continence, fertility issues, fibroids, uterine prolapse, uterine bleeding, menopausal disorders, and gynecological cancers.
With a high-qualified team of specialists in women’s health, the Obstetrics & Gynaecology team is well equipped to support the surgical management of advanced gynecological procedures such as laparoscopy and hysteroscopy.

The Department hosts consultation rooms, USG scans, blood sample collection services, a dedicated waiting lounge for expectant mothers, and an ante-natal consulting room, all co-located in one place for convenience and ease.

Our Contemporary Birthing Suites are equipped with the latest technology for the care of a uniquely comfortable and safe birthing experience.

All emergencies and labor cases are attended to by Gynecologists present in the hospital around-the-clock with one-on-one nursing care.
Advanced critical care services are available with 10 bedded level IV NICU facilities – supported by neonatologists and state-of-the-art technology to care for newborns. Advanced critical care services are also offered to mothers, who may need such intensive care.

Because every woman’s needs are different, we provide compassionate care personalized to you and your family. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can multiple ultrasounds or MRIs during pregnancy harm the fetus?

Prenatal imaging and diagnostics using ultrasounds performed either abdominally or transvaginally are safe during pregnancy. Additionally, MRI during pregnancy is believed to be safe with no adverse risks on unborn babies.

What are the benefits of choosing laparoscopic surgery?

The smaller incisions are less painful. As a result, we see a decreased need for pain medication, shorter recovery time, and better cosmetic results. Patients can eat when they feel ready, and there is less internal scarring, less hernia, less chance of infection, and early return to work.

What is the normal recovery time after a Gynecological laparoscopic surgery?

This is usually individualized based on the type of gynecological laparoscopic surgery and the patient. Most ladies require pain medication for one week following laparoscopic surgery. It may be advised to avoid intercourse, tub baths, douching, strenuous exercise, or heavy lifting for 4-6 weeks. Many patients choose to return to work within two weeks, provided their job is not physically strenuous. 

What is prenatal care?

Prenatal care is the care you receive when you are pregnant. It includes care given by your healthcare provider, support from your family and an extra focus on giving yourself the care you need during this special time. Good prenatal care gives you the best chance for a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby.

My husband and I are trying to get pregnant for the past six months without any luck. When should I seek medical help for infertility?

We would encourage you and your spouse to keep trying. If you aren’t pregnant after six more months, you may want to see a doctor and have an infertility evaluation. Tests can be done to find the cause of Infertility after which you can discuss treatment options if necessary.