Fetal Medicine

Department of Fetal Medicine

Being pregnant is a wonderful experience. The Department of Fetal Medicine at Apollo Adlux Hospital makes sure that the eagerly awaited gift is delivered in the perfect way with delightful memory. Our department assures our future parents will receive comprehensive care, including state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. Our surgeons have extensive expertise in performing all scans, and we provide comprehensive treatment for complicated pregnancies as well as extra care for the neonates. We collaborate with specialists of the other departments before, during, and after pregnancy with a multidisciplinary approach. Fetal Medicine unit assesses the fetus’ growth and well-being, diagnoses fetal illnesses and abnormalities, and maintains fetal health. For precisely diagnosing fetal anomalies and their health, we have access to a wide variety of innovative methods. The Apollo Adlux Hospital has always taken care to make sure that every effort is made to offer the best services and 24-hour access to excellent medical care. Unveil the wonders of fetal medicine, and let’s ensure the health of both mother and baby during pregnancy!




Scope of Services

  • Pre-pregnancy counseling
  • Early pregnancy scans
  • First-trimester screening
  • Early second-trimester anomaly screening
  • Detailed anomaly – Level II
  • 3D & 4D Scans
  • Genetic sonogram
  • Fetal echocardiography – heart examination
  • Detailed growth and well-being (Doppler Assessment)
  • Neurosonogram – Brain examination
  • Consultation and counseling
  • Screening Services:
  •  Down’s syndrome
  • Preeclampsia
  • Beta thalassemia
  • Fetal anemia
  • Fetal blood group compatibility
  • Late-onset growth restriction
  • Intrauterine Procedures:
  • Amniocentesis
  • Chorionic villous sampling
  • Fetal blood sampling
  • Fetal reduction
  • Intrauterine transfusions
  • Radiofrequency ablation
  • Monochorionic twins procedures

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If a woman has diabetes, high blood pressure, rheumatologic conditions, cardiac or pulmonary issues, or is under the age of 17 or above the age of 35, she may be more susceptible to complications during pregnancy. If a woman is expecting more than one child, has a history of pregnancy-related issues including numerous miscarriages or preterm deliveries, or has already given birth to a kid who experienced complications, she may also be at high risk. A high-risk pregnancy does not imply that something bad will happen to your unborn child. It simply indicates that you have a higher risk of pregnancy difficulties due to a health issue or other circumstance. Numerous high-risk pregnancies conclude with happy, healthy parents and infants and no issues. 

  • 3D ultrasound, one of the first steps in evaluation

  • Amniocentesis

  • Chorionic villus sampling

  • Fetal blood sampling

  • Fetal echocardiogram

  • Fetal MRI

  • Genetic counseling

  • Specialized ultrasound

Even if the cause of your pregnancy is unavoidable, leading a healthy lifestyle can help lower your risks. Having a healthier pregnancy requires:

  • Keeping a healthy weight means avoiding becoming underweight

  • Consume a healthy, balanced diet that is high in fresh fruits and vegetables

  • Follow your doctor's advice for exercise

  • Proper Rest 

  • Limit your caffeine intake

  • Avoid using alcohol and tobacco

  • Follow the prenatal advice you have been given.