Postpartum Care talk by Dr. Rimmy Singla

Be a part of #SinglaMediclinic‘s FB Live session on #PostpartumCare by Obstetrician/Gynecologist & IVF Specialist , Dr. Rimmy Singla, tomorrow.
Date: 26 August-2020
Time: 6:00PM -6:15PM

Facebook Live Video:-

Postpartum & Care of the Newborn
Dr. Rimmy Singla Director Singla Mediclinic, said that postpartum care is crucial for mothers. Having a baby is a joyful experience, it’s also a life-changing one. After your baby is born, it’s important for you to get postpartum care.
Being a mother, your maternal natures are in full swing by the time you take your baby home from the hospital. New mothers pour their heart and soul into taking care of their newborn. While newborns require a lot of love and attention, it is essential for new moms to prioritize their own health as well. During her talk, she explains many ways to keep yourself healthy after delivery.
1. Get plenty of rest.
2. Eat healthy meals.
3. Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, Dry fruits, 4 to 5 glasses of Milk and whole grains.
4. If you feel sad, talk to a friend or family member.
5. If sadness lasts more than 2 weeks, call your doctor.
6. Breastfeeding. Ask your Doctor about breast care.

Post Partum Care

Postpartum & Care of the NewbornDr. Rimmy Singla Director Singla Mediclinic, said that postpartum care is crucial for mothers. Having a baby is a joyful experience, it's also a life-changing one. After your baby is born, it's important for you to get postpartum care.Being a mother, your maternal natures are in full swing by the time you take your baby home from the hospital. New mothers pour their heart and soul into taking care of their newborn. While newborns require a lot of love and attention, it is essential for new moms to prioritize their own health as well. During her talk she explains many ways to keep yourself healthy after delivery.1. Get plenty of rest.2. Eat healthy meals.3.Eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, Dry fruits, 4 to 5 glasses of Milk and whole grains.4. If you feel sad, talk to a friend or family member.5. If sadness lasts more than 2 weeks, call your doctor.6. Breastfeeding. Ask your Doctor about breast care.Feel free to ask any query!

Posted by Singla MEDICLINIC-IVF/Laparoscopy Center – Dr Raman Singla, Dr Rimmy Singla on Wednesday, August 26, 2020

 

Feel free to ask any query!

Obstetrics and gynecology Webinar by Dr. Rimmy Singla

Join us for a Webinar by Dr. Rimmy Singla, Rashtriya Swarnim Hind Awardee (Director Singla Mediclinic, Director cum Incharge –Ivy test Tube Baby Center, Ivy Hospital, Mohali)

Objective: Antenatal Care in Pregnancy

Topics:

Pelvic floor muscles exercises – why and how?

Postural problems in pregnancy and correction

How to tackle backpain in pregnancy – prevention and treatment

Where:
Below link is the registration link from where people can register for the Webinar Event. Participants have to click on the link and register by entering a few details . They will get email and SMS reminders before the start of Webinar
https://www.bigmarker.com/lifecell/ANTE-Natal-Class-Dr-Rimmy-Singla

When: Thursday, April 16, 2020 · 01:00:00 PM · IST
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): No

How to join:
https://www.bigmarker.com/lifecell/ANTE-Natal-Class-Dr-Rimmy-Singla

Dr. Rimmy Singla gives information about Covid-19 and Pregnancy

Dr. Rimmy Singla provides information about Covid-19 and its effect on pregnant women and infants.  Dr. Rimmy Singla to answer all common questions about COVID19 & Pregnancy.

Q: Could Pregnant lady pass coronavirus to her baby?

A: As this is a new virus, there is limited evidence about caring for women with coronavirus infection in women when they have just given birth. A small number of babies have been diagnosed with coronavirus shortly after birth, so there is a chance that infection may have occurred in the womb, but it is not certain whether transmission was before or soon after birth. Your Doctor will maintain strict infection control measures at the time of your birth and closely monitor your baby.

Q: Will I be able to breastfeed my baby if I have suspected or confirmed coronavirus?

A: Yes. There is no evidence showing that the virus can be carried in breastmilk, the well-recognised benefits of breastfeeding outweigh any potential risks of transmission of coronavirus through breastmilk.

The main risk of breastfeeding is close contact between you and your baby, as if you cough or sneeze, this could contain droplets which are infected with the virus, leading to infection of the baby after birth. Few safety measures before breastfeeding:

  • Wash your breasts before giving every breastfeed.
  • Wash your hands before touching your baby, breast pump or bottles.
  • Try to avoid coughing or sneezing on your baby while feeding at the breast.
  • Consider wearing a face mask while breastfeeding, if available.
  • Follow recommendations for pump cleaning after each use.

Helpline number for getting any information about Pregnancy and Covid-19

91-9815500448, 9815507974

Antenatal appointments During Corona Virus pandemic?

Should I attend my antenatal appointments During CoronaVirus pandemic?
 
Dr. Rimmy Singla said that attending antenatal and postnatal care when you are pregnant and have a new baby is really important to ensure the wellbeing of you and your baby.
 
If you are well, you should attend your antenatal care as normal. If you have symptoms of possible coronavirus infection, you should contact your Doctor to postpone routine visits until after the isolation period is over.
 
The following practical advice may be helpful:
 
If you have a routine scan, appointment or visit due in the coming days, please contact your Doctor unit for advice and a plan. You will still need to attend but the appointment may change due to CoronaVirus.
Some appointments may be conducted on the telephone or using videoconferencing, provided there is a reasonable expectation that maternal observations or tests are not required.
If you are between appointments, please wait to hear from your Doctor.
If you are attending more regularly in pregnancy, then your Doctor will be in touch with plans.
If you miss an appointment and haven’t heard from Doctor, please contact them to rearrange the appointment.

Pregnancy During Coronavirus

What can I do to reduce my risk of catching coronavirus in Pregnancy?

The most important thing to do is to follow government guidance. For pregnant women, this includes:

Regular hand washing.
Use a tissue when you or anyone in your family coughs or sneezes, discard this and wash your hands.
Avoid contact with someone who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus. These symptoms include high temperature and/or new and continuous cough.
Work from home, where possible.
Avoid large and small gatherings in public spaces, noting that pubs, restaurants, leisure centres and similar venues are currently shut as infections spread easily in closed spaces where people gather together.
Avoid gatherings with friends and family. Keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media.
Use telephone or online services to contact your Doctor or other essential services

Coronavirus infection and pregnancy

Coronavirus infection and pregnancy Info for expectant women and their families

Q1. What consequence does coronavirus have on pregnant women?

Ans: Normally, pregnant women do not seem to be more likely to be severely unwell than other healthy adults if they develop the new coronavirus. It is expected the large majority of pregnant women will experience only mild or moderate cold/flu like symptoms.

More severe symptoms such as pneumonia seem to be more common in older people, those with weakened immune systems or long-term conditions. As yet, there is no evidence that pregnant women who get this infection are more at risk of serious complications than any other healthy individuals.

 

If you think you may have symptoms of COVID-19 you should consult with your Gynaecologist or Obstetrician. If you develop more severe symptoms or your recovery is delayed this may be a sign that you are developing a more significant chest infection that requires enhanced care. Dr. Rimmy Singla said  that if you feel your symptoms are worsening or if you are not getting better you should immediately consult with your best Doctor.

Can PCOD impact your Pregnancy

PCOS is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, a syndrome manifested by absent menses, unwanted hair on the body in women  and obesity, all of these interlinked with enlarged ovaries bearing multiple peripheral cysts.

Research shows at least 1 in 10 females of reproductive age meet measures for the diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), and many of them first progress signs in adolescence. The implications of this disease cover beyond the noticeable physical signs of increased body hair, acne and irregular menstrual cycles to include long-term risks of cardiometabolic disease and infertility.

PCOD/PCOS Symptoms:

 

  • Overweight or gain in weight.
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Infertility
  • Growth of unwanted hair
  • Acne

Complications of PCOS/PCOD:

  • Diabetes mellitus due to insulin resistance
  • Endometrial cancer
  • Dyslipidemia
  • Hypertension (high B.P)
  • Cardiovascular (heart) diseases
  • Atherosclerosis ( disease of blood veseel)
  • Obstructive sleep apnoea

It also leads to Obesity, menstrual abnormality, infertility, miscarriage, abnormal lipid profile, acne etc.

Treatment for PCOS/PCOD:

Sensitive, multidisciplinary care at the Singla Mediclinic Evening PCOS Clinic

“We’re impending diagnosis and treatment from the Infertility perspective,” says Dr. Rimmi Singla (Senior Consultant Laparoscopic Gynaecologist & Obstetrician, IVF& Infertility Specialist)Director cum In charge –Ivy test Tube Baby Center, Ivy Hospital, Mohali.

An emphasis on nutrition is central since two-thirds of patients are overweight. “The importance is on a healthy diet — favoring vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and lean meats, decreasing sugar and junk foods — and working portion control as well as regular physical exercise,” Dr. Rimmi Singla says. It is now well documented that even in the nonappearance of obesity, women with PCOS are at increased risk of metabolic problems that can lead to infertility & cardiac disease. Thus, another significant factor of clinical care includes periodic screening for metabolic complications and age-appropriate treatment and preventive strategies. Unnecessary hair growth on face and body, carried on by excess androgen is a main concern for girls with PCOS. While moderating hormones through oral contraceptives, spironolactone, and metformin can decrease hair growth, they do not remove hair already on the face, chest, abdomen and back.

Woman/Girls with PCOS can suffer from low self-confidence as well as nervousness and depression due to the frustrating physical symptoms, excess weight, and long-term concerns for fertility and health.

To help minimal the effects of PCOS, try to:

  • Maintain a healthy weight. Reduce loss can reduce insulin and androgen levels and may reinstate ovulation. Ask your doctor about a weight-control program, and meet frequently with a dietitian for help in reaching weight-loss goals.
  • Eat less carbohydrates. Low-fat, high-carbohydrate diets might increase insulin levels. Your doctor can guide you about a low-carbohydrate diet if you have PCOS. Choose complex carbohydrates, which increase your blood sugar levels more slowly.
  • Be energetic. Workout helps lower blood sugar levels. Patient of  PCOS, joining in a regular exercise program may treat or even prevent insulin resistance and help you keep your weight under control and avoid emerging diabetes.

Finding it hard to see a doctor during the day. Visit our, evening clinic for the treatment of PCOS , treatment of recurrent miscarriage, Infertility on every Wednesday and Thursday at  #2747, sector 70 from 4pm to 6:30pm.
Let us solve your problem with our expertise. Dr. Rimmy Singla(PCOS/PCOD Specialist)  is a renowned and an eminent Gynaecologist, Infertility Specialist, laparoscopic surgeon. For queries contact on 9815500448 and 9815507974

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Dos & Don’ts for better pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of enthusiasm and nervousness. Before your little bundle of joy arrives, you’re responsible for helping them grow in a nurturing, healthy environment.

Dos
– Do get lots of sleep: at least 6 – 8 hours a day
– Do work out: regular exercise
– Do take a multivitamin: prenatal vitamins, supplements
– Do eat healthy food.
– Do meet doctor: checkup before pregnancy, family planning

Don’ts
– Don’t stress
– Don’t drink a lot of caffeine
– Don’t drink alcohol
– Don’t gain weight: overweight or high BMI
– Don’t smoke

For More Information:

Dr. Raman Singla : +91-9815550124
Dr. Rimmy Singla : +91-9815500448
Medical Coordinator : +91-9915310869
Executive:- +91-9815507974

Email: rsingladr@gmail.com

Office Location
  • Clinic – #2747, sector 70, Mohali, Punjab.
  • IVY Hospital, Sector 71, Mohali, Punjab.

Chemical Pregnancy Early Miscarriage

How can a pregnancy not be a pregnancy?

For couples longing for a baby, chemical pregnancy can be heart-breaking.

What is a chemical pregnancy?

A chemical pregnancy is an early miscarriage. Blood test, urine test called “chemical” test that can check the early stage of pregnancy. Although the pregnancy that can see yolk sac, the fetal heartbeat will be in a phase of the ultrasound scan, called “clinical” pregnancy.

Technically, a chemical pregnancy is a very initial miscarriage that occurs in the first few days of pregnancy. The embryo produces sufficient amounts of HCG for the pregnancy hormone to be detected on the initial pregnancy test, but does not progress into a clinical pregnancy.

Fertility patients know more about chemical pregnancies than women who conceive naturally. That’s because they test 12 to 14 days after their embryo transfer. They’re majorly on the case. Whereas non-IVF patients may just think their period is late.

A chemical pregnancy doesn’t always have signs. You may have some cramping. Or a discharge. Or a little bleeding before your ‘main’ bleed. Or no symptoms at all.

Cause of chemical pregnancy

Genetic abnormalities are the primary cause of biochemical pregnancy. Chromosomal abnormalities in the embryo prevent implantation and halt embryonic development.

Treatment of chemical pregnancy

There is no treatment for biochemical pregnancy but there still has the way of prevention by preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) before the embryo transfer.

Nowadays assisted reproductive technology (ART) can provide genetic defects detecting from changes in chromosome number (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy: PGT-A) and heritable genetic mutations carried by biological parents (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Monogenic: PGT-M). PGT can provide an accurate result at 98%, preventing recurrent miscarriage and improve pregnancy rate.

So, you should consult a fertility specialist to help determine the potential cause of the losses.