At Apollo Adlux Hospital, our Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology is committed to providing comprehensive care and services tailored to the individual needs of each woman. From puberty to post-menopause, we strive to provide holistic, 360-degree care, backed by our state-of-the-art technology. With the use of high-end technology and clinical infrastructure, you can feel at ease in our environment with complete women's care under one roof. Our team can provide you with treatment plans tailored to your specific stage in life and ensure that you are receiving the most up-to-date information on obstetrical care before, during, and after pregnancy. Having a child means a bundle of joy for everyone, we help pregnant women to have healthy babies with optimal mental health care before, during, and after motherhood so that you can feel confident in your journey through these essential years of life. We have a variety of minimally invasive solutions available for intimate rejuvenation & cosmetic gynaecology; beyond improving your appearance externally, intimate rejuvenation & cosmetic gynaecology can also improve your quality of life in other ways too. Our doctors, trained nurses and other specially trained medical personnel provide high-quality women's care around the clock. We make your pregnancy memorable while ensuring your and the baby's well-being.
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It is entirely safe to travel during pregnancy unless you have been diagnosed with difficulties. Most women believe the second trimester to be the best time to travel, as they no longer have morning sickness and do not fatigue as quickly as in the third trimester. Indian airlines allow pregnant women to fly until 32 weeks of gestation.
In a typical pregnancy, you are supposed to visit the doctor on the following dates:
• 4 weeks to 28 weeks: 1 visit/month
• 28 weeks to 36 weeks: 1 visit/2 weeks
• 36 weeks to 40 weeks: 1 visit/week
Your doctor may want to see you more frequently if you have a high-risk pregnancy, such as twins, advanced maternal age, or a challenging pregnancy, depending on your health.
A pregnant woman has increased need for folic acid, calcium, iron, and protein. Prenatal vitamins containing the optimal dosage are therefore prescribed to all pregnant women. Eighty percent of one's diet should consist of green vegetables, whole grains, dairy products, fruits, and lean meats. There may be desires for salty and sweet foods during pregnancy, but it is important to consume as healthily as possible to avoid gaining too much weight.
As you progress through your pregnancy, your body will endure a variety of changes. The most noticeable difference is your abdomen. It will begin to resemble a sphere at 12 weeks, an ovoid by 28 weeks, and a sphere at 36 weeks. Over the next nine months, the change in the contour of your abdomen will be accompanied by mild discomfort, stomach reflux, and stretch marks. As the pregnancy progresses, the breasts enlarge and the areola darkens. In the second half of your pregnancy, you may develop stretch marks on your buttocks, thighs, and abdomen. Pregnancy-related hormonal changes may result in hyperpigmentation of the umbilicus, nipples, abdominal midline, and face. Due to hyper dynamic circulation, spider veins and palm reddening are frequently observed. Changes can occur in the growth rate and texture of nails and hair. Feet and ankles swell during pregnancy because the body carries more fluid. Leg cramps may be caused by an excess of fluid, a lack of calcium and phosphorus, and fluctuating hormone levels. A healthy weight gain during pregnancy is 11 kilograms – 1 kilogram me during the first trimester, 5 kilograms during the second trimester, and 5 kilograms during the third trimester. Any weight gain between 11 and 17 kilograms is considered normal during pregnancy. The increase in your body temperature will return to normal by the sixteenth week. Due to increased ligament laxity, numerous pregnant women experience back pain.
In pre-eclampsia, there is a risk of postpartum hemorrhage up to six weeks after birth; therefore, follow-ups are recommended. Placenta Previa can result in postpartum hemorrhage; therefore, it must be monitored. If there is an abscess formation in PID, your doctor will recommend postoperative follow-ups.