Mrs ABC, G2L0 was admitted in La Femme on 29-06-2017 for elective LSCS under Dr Ritu Joshi. She was a known case of SLE (diagnosed in I pregnancy). During her first pregnancy at 22 weeks, the level II sonography showed foetal bradycardia with heart block (FHR 42 b/min). She was then thoroughly investigated and was diagnosed as SLE. She underwent induction of labour after in utero demise of foetus. Continue Reading
Mrs. XYZ, G4P2L1A1 with 8 months of pregnancy with Placenta Percreta was admitted under Dr Ritu Joshi (Sr. Consultant OBGYN) in La Femme on 1/05/2017 for elective LSCS. Placenta Percreta is a rare condition with high mortality and morbidity for mother and fetus. Its incidence varies from 1:3333 pregnancies to 1:14, 00,000. Continue Reading
The water birth was spearheaded by Dr. Smita Vaid, Senior Consultant Obstetrics and Gynaecology well supported by Dr. Satyen K Hemrajani, Senior Consultant Neonatology with their specialised La Femme team on 9th March 2017. Continue Reading
Termination services are confidential and any information disclosed during your visit will not be shared unnecessarily.
What is a medical termination?
A medical termination is where you take a medicine which will end the pregnancy. The medical name for the medicine is mifepristone. It works by blocking the hormone progesterone. Without progesterone, the lining of the uterus breaks down and the pregnancy cannot continue. Continue Reading
Vaginal birth after (one) caesarean section (VBAC) (UK) or Trial of labour after caesarean section
(TOLAC) is an option that many women may want to consider.
Here is some information regarding the same for women who want to make an informed choice.
If you have had a previous caesarean section for either breech presentation or on request without any obstetric indications, a VBAC may be considered, provided all parameters are normal this time round such as normal baby growth, no medical problems ( like gestational diabetes) etc. Continue Reading