The distinguished faculty of Capitol at Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department provides modern comprehensive diagnostic and treatment modalities in a caring atmosphere for women through all stages of their life; through teenage, pregnancy and menopause.
Capitol’s Obstetrics and Gynecology department is without doubt one of the most committed and dedicated to patient care which makes it the best in the region. Cancer screening for perimenopausal women using colposcopy and papsmear and HPV – CO Testing is also available.
Unless there is a valid medical reason to intervene in the delivery process, all women with low-risk pregnancies are encouraged to pursue normal childbirth. Elective C-sections are not recommended.
Less intervention in childbirth is always better but not always feasible. Some women require interventions during labour to help them birth their baby. For women who hope to experience an intervention free birth (natural childbirth), good preparation, a positive attitude, good support in labour, and a care provider who is supportive of the goal are key. Many women want minimal intervention but may need help with pain relief or other medication to help improve contractions if labour is prolonged.
At some point in the delivery process, a health care professional may determine that there are signs that the baby or mother is having difficulties. Medical intervention is then needed, since the labour is not going normally. Interventions such as labour augmentation, forceps, vacuum, or C-section are needed to assist with the delivery.