Obstetrics Department at SPS Hospitals
We at SPS Hospitals understand that women experience a variety of biological and psychological changes during their lifetimes, especially while giving birth to a child. At SPS Hospitals, the Department of Obstetrics aims to offer the most holistic women's healthcare services possible during one of the most important time of their life, motherhood.
The core objective of SPS Hospitals is to promote women's health before, during and after child-birth by offering them the necessary support, care, and compassion. Highly trained technicians, top-notch equipment and technology, and some of the best Obstetricians ensure that expecting mothers are handled with care and expertise. The hospital also offers pediatric and obstetric emergency care round-the-clock.
Treatments & Services Offered at SPS Hospitals
- Antenatal & Delivery case Operative deliveries (Instrumental / LSCS)
- Painless Delivery Management of High-Risk Pregnancy
- Management of Ectopic Pregnancy
- Basic Infertility Treatment
- Family Planning Counseling or Contraception.
Conditions Treated at SPS Hospitals
- Miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage (where pregnancy does not grow)
- Deliveries - including complicated deliveries such as Pregnancy with High Blood Pressure, Diabetes or Heart Disease and other medical issues.
Why Choose SPS Hospitals?
At SPS Hospitals, we value womanhood and take pride in providing women with the best services to treat various gynaecological problems with the greatest care and compassion. The Obstetrics Department at SPS Hospitals provides pre-pregnancy counseling, care for the mother and her unborn child throughout the pregnancy, assistance with childbirth, and monitoring of the mother for six weeks post delivery.
Being NABH certified, the SPS Hospitals has raised the bar in Punjab for clinical excellence and 24-hour care. In addition to having a fully functional microbiological and pathological lab, blood bank, and Radiology department, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides care for women with specialists who are experts in, maternal-foetal medicine.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Is there a difference between Obstetricians and Gynecologists?
A doctor who focuses on the reproductive health concerns of women is called a gynaecologist. Obstetricians provide treatment to women during their pregnancy and immediately following the birth of their child. They can also carry out the procedure of childbirth.
What women's health concerns should I bring up with my Obstetrician?
You can talk about irregular bleeding, vaginal discharge, infections, pregnancy planning, menstrual health, birth control, and any other symptoms you feel are important. Women may find it difficult to discuss sensitive matters, but an open conversation with your doctor may help you deal with your problems better and will also help the doctor provide optimal treatment.