Specialized Care for High-Risk Pregnancies At Benecare Pune

Experience dedicated care for high-risk pregnancies at Benecare, where our expert obstetricians and highly qualified gynecologists are adept at offering comprehensive medical attention to mitigate and manage potential risks for expectant mothers. Our top-notch facilities and individualized approach guarantee the utmost comfort and success rates in high-risk pregnancy consultations, complemented by a range of prenatal services.

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    Obstetrics and Gynecology Expertise

    Our team of obstetrician-gynecologists excels in conducting thorough diagnostic assessments based on patient history, particularly in cases of high-risk pregnancies associated with conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, or other prolonged ailments. Factors contributing to high-risk pregnancies include maternal age, pregnancy complications, multiple pregnancies,
    and lifestyle choices. To ensure a healthy pregnancy, our experienced professionals at Benecare recommend labor counseling and regular prenatal visits, aiming to prevent any instances of preterm delivery.

    Furthermore, we advocate avoiding the intake of harmful substances during pregnancy to safeguard the well-being of both mother and baby. For specialized needs, Benecare Hospital provides a range of services, including specialized ultrasounds, invasive genetic screening, lab tests, and assessments such as determining cervix length, ensuring comprehensive care for expectant mothers.

    Symptoms of High-Risk Pregnancy

    Symptoms of a high-risk pregnancy can vary, and it’s essential for expectant mothers to be vigilant and seek medical attention if they experience any of the following signs:

    • Severe Pain: Persistent and severe abdominal pain could indicate complications such as preterm labor or issues with the placenta.
    • Vaginal Bleeding: Any form of vaginal bleeding during pregnancy should be promptly addressed, as it may signal problems such as placental abruption or preterm labor.
    • High Blood Pressure: Elevated blood pressure can lead to conditions like preeclampsia, posing risks to both the mother and baby.
    • Reduced Fetal Movement: A noticeable decrease in fetal movements could signify potential problems, and immediate medical attention is crucial.
    • Swelling: Excessive swelling, especially in the hands and face, may be a symptom of preeclampsia.
    • Gestational Diabetes: Uncontrolled blood sugar levels during pregnancy can contribute to complications for both the mother and baby.
    • Previous Pregnancy Complications: If a woman has experienced complications in previous pregnancies, it increases the risk of recurrence and necessitates careful monitoring.
    • Multiple Pregnancies: Carrying twins, triplets, or more increases the complexity of the pregnancy, requiring closer monitoring for potential complications.
    • Age Factors: Both very young mothers (under 17) and older mothers (over 35) face increased risks, requiring extra attention during pregnancy.
    • Chronic Medical Conditions: Pre-existing health issues such as heart disease, kidney problems, diabetes problems, or autoimmune disorders can elevate the risk of complications during pregnancy.

    It’s crucial for expectant mothers to communicate openly with their healthcare providers, attend regular prenatal check-ups, and seek immediate medical attention if they experience any concerning symptoms. Early detection and management can significantly improve outcomes for both the mother and baby in high-risk pregnancies.

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    Our Specialists:

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    Dr. Charushila Borole Palwade
    MBBS, MS (Obstretrics & Gynecology) Dip. In IVF (UAE)
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    Dr. Jaideep Palwade
    MBBS, MS (Obstretrics & Gynecology) Dip. In Endoscopy (Germany)
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    Dr. Prasad Balte
    Pediatrician & Neonatologist

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    Dr. Rajesh Deshpande
    Physician

    FAQs

    What is an abortion?

    Abortion is termination of pregnancy by medical management or surgical management.

    How long does an abortion procedure take?

    Surgical management 10 minutes.

    Are there any risks associated with abortion?

    Incomplete abortion, Pelvic infection, Heavy bleeding, Perforation of uterus, Anaesthesia related complications.

    Can Abortion fail?

    Yes there are chances of failure

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