Mother Care In Gurgaon

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Mother Care In Gurgaon

Our nurses are trained to understand every need of the baby and to provide much-needed support to the mother.

Fill up the form to know more about our mother care services in Gurgaon.

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Mother care in gurgaon

Most women who are pregnant in India will have an uncomplicated pregnancy, giving birth to a healthy baby at full term. However, problems during pregnancy such as miscarriage, preterm birth and fetal growth restriction remain common, and among all this, stillbirth rates have only changed a little in recent years.

 

Adverse outcomes of pregnancy can also be associated with risk factors such as obesity, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, substance misuse or domestic abuse.

 

Our Mothercare services in Gurgaon helps to provide improvement in the following ways:

 

  • Treating and caring for mother and newborn in a safe environment and protecting them from avoidable harm.
  • Preventing babies from dying prematurely.
  • Ensuring that mother and baby have a positive experience of care.

 

The prenatal care of all pregnant women up to 42 weeks of pregnancy, in all settings that help to provide routine prenatalcare, including setups like hospital-based care and primary community. Prenatal care aims to optimisefetal and maternal health, to offerfetal and maternal screening to women, to make medical or social interventions, and also to improve the experience of pregnancy and birth for women and to prepare them for motherhood and the risks associated, if any.

 

Prenatal care includes screening tests and medical checkups help keep you and your baby healthy during pregnancy. This also involves counselling and education about how to handle different aspects of pregnancy. While your visits, your doctor will discuss many issues, such as healthy eating and other physical activity you indulge yourself in day to day, screening tests you might need and will help you to understand as what to expect during labour and delivery.

 

Prenatal test

Tests are done during pregnancy to check your and your baby’s health. At your first prenatal visit, your doctor will use tests to check for some things, such as:

 

  • Your blood type and Rh factor
  • Anaemia
  • To screen for various infections such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including hepatitis B, syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV and also, toxoplasmosis.
  • Signs that you are immune to rubella (German measles) and chicken pox

 

Your doctor or midway throughout your pregnancy may suggest some other tests, too. Test For gestational diabetes, Down syndrome, and HIV are few tests suggested for all women.

 

Other tests might be offered based on your: Age, ethnic background, personal or family health history

Some tests are screening tests which detect risks or signs of probable health problems in you or your baby.

 

Some of the prenatal tests are:

  1. Amniocentesis
  2. Biophysical profile (BPP)
  3. Chorionic villus
  4. First-trimester screen
  5. Glucose challenge screening
  6. Glucose tolerance test
  7. Group B streptococcus
  8. Maternal serum screen
  9. Ultrasound
  10. Urine test

 

Understanding prenatal tests and test resultsIf your doctor suggests certain prenatal tests, don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions. Learning about the test as to why your doctor suggests it for you, and what the test results could mean will help you cope with any sort of worries or fears you might develop. Screening tests do not diagnose problems, it only evaluates the risks. A screening test coming back abnormal doesn’t mean that there is any problem with your baby. Your doctor will help you to understand what test results mean and possible next steps. Avoid keepsake ultrasounds

 

You might think that a keepsake ultrasound is a must-have to add in your scrapbook!. But, mother care Gurgaon advise against ultrasound when there is no medical need to do so. Some companies sell “keepsake” ultrasound videos and images. Don’t take the chance to Exposure of ultrasound energy for a keepsake video or image for a mother and put her unborn baby at risk.

Of the 2.9 million newborn deaths that occurred in 2012, approximately half of them occurred within the first 24 hours after birth. Many of these deaths occurred in babies born premature, babies asphyxiated around the time of delivery or babies with infections. Birth, labour and the immediate postnatal period are very critical for newborn and maternal survival. In low- and middle-income countries, sadly the majority of mothers and newborns do not receive optimal care during these periods. Basic early care for all newborns should include:

 

  • Supporting and promoting early and exclusive breastfeeding
  • Keeping the baby warm.
  • Providing hygienic umbilical cord and skin care.

Keeping an eye for conditions requiring additional care and counselling on when to take a newborn to a health facility. Mothers with their newborns should be examined for warning signs at home visits. At the same time, families should be counselled on the identification of these danger signs and prompt care seeking if one or more of them are present. Newborns who have a preterm birth or low birth weight, are sick or are born to HIV-infected mothers need special care. Newborns, those who are born in health care facilities should not be sent home in their crucial first 24 hours of life, and postnatal visits should be scheduled. For all home births, a visit to a health facility for postnatal care is recommended. WHO and UNICEF recommend at least two home visits for all home births, in high mortality setting: the first visit should within 24 hours from birth and the second visit on day 3. If possible, a third visit should also be made before the end of the first week of life. Mother care Gurgaon aims to improve the skills of health workers in postnatal care by providing them with efficient training. 

Patient care being our topmost priority when it comes to Mothercare services in Gurgaon. We are a friendly, happy lot! Our love for our work shows. Most of our new patients come to us after hearing about us by our existing patients. All of us here at Care-24, love life and live it to the fullest and we encourage all our patients to stay healthy, remain healthy and do likewise.

Most women who are pregnant in India will have an uncomplicated pregnancy, giving birth to a healthy baby at full term. However, problems during pregnancy such as miscarriage, preterm birth and fetal growth restriction remain common, and among all this, stillbirth rates have only changed a little in recent years.

 

Adverse outcomes of pregnancy can also be associated with risk factors such as obesity, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, substance misuse or domestic abuse.

 

Our Mothercare services in Gurgaon helps to provide improvement in the following ways:

 

  • Treating and caring for mother and newborn in a safe environment and protecting them from avoidable harm.
  • Preventing babies from dying prematurely.
  • Ensuring that mother and baby have a positive experience of care.

 

The prenatal care of all pregnant women up to 42 weeks of pregnancy, in all settings that help to provide routine prenatalcare, including setups like hospital-based care and primary community. Prenatal care aims to optimisefetal and maternal health, to offerfetal and maternal screening to women, to make medical or social interventions, and also to improve the experience of pregnancy and birth for women and to prepare them for motherhood and the risks associated, if any.

 

Prenatal care includes screening tests and medical checkups help keep you and your baby healthy during pregnancy. This also involves counselling and education about how to handle different aspects of pregnancy. While your visits, your doctor will discuss many issues, such as healthy eating and other physical activity you indulge yourself in day to day, screening tests you might need and will help you to understand as what to expect during labour and delivery.

 

Prenatal test

Tests are done during pregnancy to check your and your baby’s health. At your first prenatal visit, your doctor will use tests to check for some things, such as:

 

  • Your blood type and Rh factor
  • Anaemia
  • To screen for various infections such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including hepatitis B, syphilis, chlamydia, and HIV and also, toxoplasmosis.
  • Signs that you are immune to rubella (German measles) and chicken pox

 

Your doctor or midway throughout your pregnancy may suggest some other tests, too. Test For gestational diabetes, Down syndrome, and HIV are few tests suggested for all women.

 

Other tests might be offered based on your: Age, ethnic background, personal or family health history

 

Some tests are screening tests which detect risks or signs of probable health problems in you or your baby.

 

Some of the prenatal tests are:

  1. Amniocentesis
  2. Biophysical profile (BPP)
  3. Chorionic villus
  4. First-trimester screen
  5. Glucose challenge screening
  6. Glucose tolerance test
  7. Group B streptococcus
  8. Maternal serum screen
  9. Ultrasound
  10. Urine test

 

Understanding prenatal tests and test resultsIf your doctor suggests certain prenatal tests, don’t be afraid to ask lots of questions. Learning about the test as to why your doctor suggests it for you, and what the test results could mean will help you cope with any sort of worries or fears you might develop. Screening tests do not diagnose problems, it only evaluates the risks. A screening test coming back abnormal doesn’t mean that there is any problem with your baby. Your doctor will help you to understand what test results mean and possible next steps. Avoid keepsake ultrasounds

 

You might think that a keepsake ultrasound is a must-have to add in your scrapbook!. But, mother care Gurgaon advise against ultrasound when there is no medical need to do so. Some companies sell “keepsake” ultrasound videos and images. Don’t take the chance to Exposure of ultrasound energy for a keepsake video or image for a mother and put her unborn baby at risk.

Of the 2.9 million newborn deaths that occurred in 2012, approximately half of them occurred within the first 24 hours after birth. Many of these deaths occurred in babies born premature, babies asphyxiated around the time of delivery or babies with infections. Birth, labour and the immediate postnatal period are very critical for newborn and maternal survival. In low- and middle-income countries, sadly the majority of mothers and newborns do not receive optimal care during these periods. Basic early care for all newborns should include:

 

  • Supporting and promoting early and exclusive breastfeeding
  • Keeping the baby warm.
  • Providing hygienic umbilical cord and skin care.

Keeping an eye for conditions requiring additional care and counselling on when to take a newborn to a health facility. Mothers with their newborns should be examined for warning signs at home visits. At the same time, families should be counselled on the identification of these danger signs and prompt care seeking if one or more of them are present. Newborns who have a preterm birth or low birth weight, are sick or are born to HIV-infected mothers need special care. Newborns, those who are born in health care facilities should not be sent home in their crucial first 24 hours of life, and postnatal visits should be scheduled. For all home births, a visit to a health facility for postnatal care is recommended. WHO and UNICEF recommend at least two home visits for all home births, in high mortality setting: the first visit should within 24 hours from birth and the second visit on day 3. If possible, a third visit should also be made before the end of the first week of life. Mother care Gurgaon aims to improve the skills of health workers in postnatal care by providing them with efficient training. 

Patient care being our topmost priority when it comes to Mothercare services in Gurgaon. We are a friendly, happy lot! Our love for our work shows. Most of our new patients come to us after hearing about us by our existing patients. All of us here at Care-24, love life and live it to the fullest and we encourage all our patients to stay healthy, remain healthy and do likewise.

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  • review rating 4  Nurses and attendants provided by Caree24 are very good. In behavior and trust worthy. Thanks for their support

    thumb Anil Kathuria
    6/28/2019
  • review rating 1  We had a ridiculously pathetic experience with them. Took an attendant service, a 10 day offer (rs 600 instead of their regular fee of rs 800), for my mother who had undergone an knee replacement surgery. In six days, 4 different attendants were assigned for no fault of ours. We had terrible experience going through the back-end team trying to explain the importance of sending only one attendant and not a different one every new day. The last person assigned wanted to leave by 5pm even though the timings were from 8am to 8pm. With this many other terrible instances in these 6 days, we had no option but to cancel the services. The back-end team were utterly useless in understanding the importance of having only one person assigned. They kept insisting that we pay for 800rs per day for 6 day and offer of rs 600 per day would be invalid. The management should look into this scam and take immediate action on the team. Note: Even though we wanted the services, we were forced to abandon it with no fault of ours. The back-end team has absolute disregard for the grievances of the client.

    thumb Rahul Dhakka
    12/27/2018
  • review rating 1  Unqualified office staff, when you call to clarify something. Many times they don't understand the question. They are not trained well. The customer care staff needs an upgraded system, where notes are fed into the system. So you don't need someone else calling up and giving you the same info. The caretaker is not trained well. If they are looking after an elderly person, they should know that they have to be in the best of health to look after my mother. She ended not making a meal for my mother and my neighbour had to provide it. If the caretaker is not well she should have asked for a replacement asap and not waited. It is shocking, we have paid a huge amount of money for this service and I am absolutely unhappy. Please do not call for caretaker's from Care24. As long as they are getting their money. They care a damn!!! Worst service providers.

    thumb Bonabelle Zuzarte
    7/10/2019
  • review rating 1  Horrible, unprofessional service! Advance paid.The caregiver did not show up. When complained to customer care, they said they will find a replacement and call back. No call back, no replacement. They shut for the day and the customer is felt in a lurch. Extremely disappointing. Will never avail this service again and will spread the word too.

    thumb Shraddha Shah
    11/02/2019
  • review rating 5  I got good experience wt dr Dhrita she is v good in physiotherapy n nice while talking n explains v nice

    thumb Sujata Rao
    6/19/2019

  • review rating 1  Most horrible services. Please do not ask for help from these people, they will talk sweet and then at the last moment there will be no shows from the caretaker. I had to go through this not once but twice the caretaker did not turn up. Request you all to not depend on these people as we are leaving our homes and letting them into our lives, the least they can do is inform and provide a replacement, but neither of it happened and they expect me to pay registration fees of RS,1000

    thumb Annie Palan
    5/17/2019
  • review rating 4  Nurses and attendants provided by Caree24 are very good. In behavior and trust worthy. Thanks for their support

    thumb Anil Kathuria
    6/28/2019
  • review rating 1  The worst experience I've had of my life. I normally never really write reviews, but I had to write this because this agency is the worst company I've dealt with till now. Their customer service is terrible, most of their attendants are not competent for taking care of elderly patients. Please do not use their service.

    thumb Radhika Kulkarni
    6/27/2019
  • review rating 5  The physiotherapist came to my home was very helpful and knowledgeable. She properly gave me the detailed information about my injury. Also the first assessment is free of cost.

    thumb varshflute
    10/17/2019
  • review rating 1  Horrible, unprofessional service! Advance paid.The caregiver did not show up. When complained to customer care, they said they will find a replacement and call back. No call back, no replacement. They shut for the day and the customer is felt in a lurch. Extremely disappointing. Will never avail this service again and will spread the word too.

    thumb Shraddha Shah
    11/02/2019

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