Motherhood is a very exciting time in a woman’s life. Whether this is your first pregnancy or your fifth, our job is to make sure that this important event in your life — from conception all the way through your child’s delivery — a safe and healthy one.
Our clinic provides thorough and comprehensive obstetrical consultation and care for each one of our clients. From prenatal preparations to postpartum care, we are here to help make your journey and transition into motherhood as best possible. With our committed and experienced staff, we pledge to provide the best care for your needs throughout this important time in your life.
Whatever your needs, we are prepared to share our best knowledge on the following:
- Preparing for Pregnancy
- Facts about Reproduction
- Pregnancy Care
Preparing for Pregnancy
Are you planning to get pregnant? Congratulations, you are about to make the most important decisions in your life!
All of us would agree that bringing a new life into the world is no easy feat. Therefore, you will need the best help you can get to make well-informed decisions, from making important dietary changes leading up to conception to proper health screening to determine your risks. There are important steps to be taken to ensure that your pregnancy journey will go as smoothly and safely as possible.
If you’re over the age of 35, your chances of conceiving also drops significantly. Also, if you have irregular menstrual cycles and/or other reproductive health concerns, you will need to take your time to plan and evaluate your options. No matter what your unique concerns are, we are here to guide you through this journey to motherhood.
Get in touch with us for an in-depth consultation session and assessment.
Facts About Reproduction
The anatomy of the female reproductive system consists of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix and vagina. The working of your reproductive system is mainly controlled by the female sex hormones, which are secreted by your ovaries and adrenal glands.
The human reproductive system is a fascinating entity. Did you know that the ovum that is released by your ovaries every 30 days or so is the largest cell in your body? At approximately 120 micrometer in diameter, one ovum is about the size of a pen dot on a piece of paper. Although the average uterus is only three inches long and two inches wide, it is able to expand up to 20 times its size during pregnancy. If you want to give your uterus a nickname, Mrs. Incredible is in order!
Schedule an appointment with us and let us walk you through more facts about your sophisticated reproductive machine. We promise that you will not take your periods for granted after that.
Dear Mommy, welcome to the wonderful world of motherhood! You are about to embark on one of the most exciting journeys of your life. Lucky for you, we are here to help.
If you are a first-time mother, we cannot stress enough on how crucial prenatal care is, especially in your first trimester. Prenatal care comprises routine checkups from your doctor, nurse or midwife throughout your pregnancy. This is in order to keep your health in check and ensure that both mother and baby are healthy.
Prenatal care enables your trusted healthcare provider to monitor your growing baby’s development and implement steps to take should there are health risks identified. There are many factors to be taken into consideration before we can administer proper prenatal care for your unique needs. Get in touch with us or walk in for an appointment to know more. The sooner you care for your growing bundle of joy, the better!
Congratulations, Mommy! Your motherhood journey is about to culminate and begin for real with the arrival of your baby.
There are many important decisions to be made prior to the arrival of your child. By now, you should have made some important decisions: who’s your chosen midwife, natural or C-section delivery, etc. You can also prepare for your delivery by signing up for a childbirth class. This class will help you identify the five signs of labour, episiotomies, pain management options and more.
If you’re an expectant mother and almost reaching your due date, be sure to pack your ‘delivery care package’ ahead of time to avoid rushing when the time finally comes. Below are the list of labour essentials to have in your delivery package:
- Your identification documents (driver’s license and photo ID)
- Your birth plan (if you have one planned); if you haven’t, do schedule an appointment with us
- A towel, pyjamas, bedroom slippers and socks
- Phone charger, your favourite drama series, a good book and anything else that helps you relax and feel comfortable
- Snacks — labour, as the name would suggest, is an energy-consuming task!
- Comfortable bras/nursing bras
- Maternity underwear
- A going-home outfit
- Baby essentials (towel, blanket, onesies, diapers, etc.)
We look forward to sharing this amazing motherhood journey with you!