About Miracles Mediclinic - Gynaecology Unit

Miracles Mediclinic is the leading outpatient obstetrics care provider in Gurgaon and has been providing women and their families advanced obstetric care for more than 15 years. Miracles Mediclinic strives to provide comprehensive obstetric care from preconception to childbirth and beyond. You can choose obstetrics providers from among a team of leading obstetricians in Gurgaon. Your obstetrics provider prepares you for your delivery with childbirth education classes, are available to you and ensures that you have a positive and enjoyable birth experience.

Pregnancy / Obstetric Care

Pregnancy and Childbirth

(i) Regular Pregnancy check ups, (ii) Treatment of morning sickness, (iii) Parent and childbirth education classes, (iv) Childbirth preparation classes (includes breastfeeding classes, lactation advice, and new-born essentials), (v) Vaccination

High risk pregnancy

This includes antenatal care of women with (i) Diabetes Mellitus, (ii) Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension (Preeclampsia), (iii) Epilepsy, (iv) Recurrent pregnancy loss, (v) Low amniotic fluid level (Oligohydramnios), (vi) Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR),(vii) Placenta previa, (viii) Multiple pregnancy, (ix) Premature delivery, (x) Bleeding, etc.

Pregnancy Tests

The complete range of diagnostic tests that monitor baby’s development in the womb and monitor the health of mother.

Ultrasound and radiology services

Miracles Mediclinic is one of the best HD Ultrasound centres in Gurgaon.
i) Latest technology ultrasound machines – Volusion P8 and Volusion E8
ii) Female radiologists available
iii) Radiologists available from Mon to Sat (clinic timings) and Sun (by appointment)

Diet and Nutrition Service

Talk to your dietitian about how much weight you should gain during your pregnancy. Eat foods rich in folate, iron, calcium, and protein, or get these nutrients through a prenatal supplement. Take advise with your dietitian before taking any supplements.

Antenatal classes

Antenatal classes help prepare for labour, birth, and early parenthood. Antenatal classes are interactive and help focus on your pregnancy and the forthcoming labor and birth.

General Gynaecology

Irregular Periods

Abnormal uterine bleeding can occur due to many reasons, including problems due to ovulation, hormonal imbalance or abnormalities in the vagina, cervix or uterus

PCOD or PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS and PCOD) is a hormonal disorder in which a woman’s body produces higher than normal levels of the male hormone, androgens.

UTI

Also known as UTI, it is an infection caused in vagina and kidney. Upper UTI affects kidney; whereas the lower UTI affects ureter, urethra or bladder.

Vaginal Discharge

The discharge fluid carries away bacteria to keep the vagina clean. When this discharge gives a foul smell, it may be related to a disease or weakness.

Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal Dryness occurs when a drop in estrogen level reduces the moisture in the vagina.This condition can be problematic at the time of sexual intercourse.

Painful sex management

Painful sexual intercourse, also termed as dyspareunia, is the recurrent or persistent pain in the vagina while having intercourse.

Pelvic Pain Management

Pelvic pain occurs in the lower abdomen area under certain circumstances like when women are menstruating, having intercourse or due to infection.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which tissues from the endometrium starts growing outside the uterus, typically on the ovaries, Fallopian tubes or intestines.

Fibroids

Fibroids are circular shaped extra growths that develop in the uterus. They are mostly benign, or non-cancerous.

Our Star Gynaecologists

Dr. Chetna Jain
Dr. Chetna Jain
Dr. Punita Arora
Dr. Anjali Bugga
Dr Meenu Soni
Dr. Neeru Mehra
Dr. Nirmala Krishnan
Dr. Vijay Wali
Dr. Shweta Verma
Dr. V.L. Nayar
Dr. Meenakshi Shukla
Dr. V Padmavati
Dr. Preeti Priyadarshini
Dr. Parul Chopra Bhutton
Dr. Sadhna Sharma
Dr. Seema Santosh
Dr. Sheela Gaur
Dr. Pallavi

All Services Under One Roof

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