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Useful Tips For Mothers Before Delivery There’s no second thought that motherhood is a gift and one of the most beautiful phase of one’s life. But the period that precedes it, that is when you are carrying your baby in the womb, those 9 months is a mix of varied emotions. Sometimes you feel happy, sometimes tired, and frequently confused for what’s to come. It mostly happens to new mothers (first baby), they aren’t very well with the knowledge about the last phase of pregnancy and therefore panic. Keeping in view the anxieties and frequent questions that pop up in mind at this time, we have some useful information that might come handy to you: What is delivery? Delivery is the term generally used for the process that leads to child birth, often called as the ‘labor’ as well. In more official terms, it’s the end of the pregnancy period as the baby or babies leave the mother’s uterus normally or with the help of cesarean. Normal The normal mode of giving birth is when the baby passes through the vaginal passage of the mother under normal circumstances. The process is initiated when the woman is in labor. The labor can be divided into three stages to understand it well: Latent Phase: It’s the longest one when the contractions become frequent which facilitates your cervix to dilate in order to help your baby pass through the birth canal. You might fell a bit of discomfort, but it isn’t the most painful part. Active Phase: The dilation of the cervix takes place more promptly in this stage and you might feel intense pain in your back and abdomen area due to that. The urge to push down increases but the doctor recommends holding till the cervix is completely open. Transition Phase: It’s when the cervix is completely open and the mother experiences strong and painful contractions frequently and lasting much longer. At this point, the doctor asks you to push and through force the child baby is born through the birth canal. Cesarean A C-section or Cesarean Section is the process of giving birth through a surgical incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. Some mothers now days prefer C-section over normal delivery, in that case, the surgery is scheduled in advance. For others, it is performed only under unanticipated circumstances. Labour Pains Labour pains are towards the end of your pregnancy. You might feel cramps or pains similar to pre-menstrual /period pain. Your waters may break and you feel your lower abdomen and back aching. The intensity of pain and contractions is different for different woman, so it cannot be generalized as such, though the symptoms remain the same. Common indications of Cesarean Some of the signs that indicate you might require to go for a cesarean, includes the following: Repeated C-sections in the past. Complications in the lower genital tract that might interfere with the birth of the fetal head. Pelvic abnormalities. Cardiac conditions which required avoiding of certain procedures to be followed during vaginal Birth. Infected Fetus. Abnormal Placenta. Abnormal Labor. There can be other indication depending on the individual bodies of mothers, the position of the fetus, and other complications. In short, your doctor knows the best; don’t decide anything for yourself at this stage before taking the doctor’s view on it. Though it seems to be scary at times, you need to be calm. It isn’t going to last long and then you will get the happiest moments of your life. If you notice anything abnormal about your health, a good doctor knows best. Go for regular checkups with an experienced gynecologist and follow prescriptions and advices to reach your best condition during the time of child birth.
SCIATICA: MYTHS AND FACTS!! by Dr Suresh Bansal How do I know it’s Sciatica? Pain that spreads out from your lower spine to the buttock and makes way to the back of the leg is the hallmark of Sciatica. A certain discomfort is felt almost everywhere along the nerve pathway affected by it. The back of the thigh and calf are the worst affected areas in terms of pain. The pain can vary though. It can be a mild ache to a sharp burning sensation leading to excruciating pain. At time, it can feel like a jolt or electric shock. Coughing and sneezing can worsen the condition and prolonged sitting can aggravate the symptoms. Some people also experience numbness, tingling, or muscle weakness in the affected leg or foot. You can also have pain in one part of the leg while numbness in another part. If in doubt, contact our Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Suresh Bansal at 9811062832 or come to us at Bansal Global Hospital in Delhi for sciatica treatment. When to consult an ORTHOPEDICAIN? Cases of Mild Sciatica usually go away over time. You should consult your doctor at the earliest of self-care measures fail to ease your pain. You can wait for a week before taking professional help but don’t try too many things without proper consultation. However, get immediate help if: The pain is followed by a violent injury, such as a traffic or domestic accident which directly hit the area. It’s affecting your bowel or bladder movements terribly or abnormally. Risk Factors: Age: Age-related changes in the spine, such as herniated disks and bone spurs are the most common causes of sciatica. Obesity: Excess body weight can increase the stress on the spine and contribute to the spinal changes that trigger sciatica. Occupation: A job or regular activities that requires you to twist your back, carry heavy loads, or drive a motor vehicle for long periods might also play a significant role in causing Sciatica. Prolonged sitting: People who have to sit for prolonged periods or have a sedentary lifestyle are more likely to develop sciatica than active people. Diabetes: Diabetes doesn’t directly motivate the symptoms but the way a diabetic body uses blood sugar, increases the risk of nerve damage which ultimately leads to Sciatica. Complications With the help of professionals, Sciatica is fully curable. Though in a few complicated cases, it may lead to permanent nerve damage. If taken proper care and medication as per expert recommendation, one can fight Sciatica within a few weeks. For more information, book an appointment with our orthopaedic expert at the Bansal Global Hospital
6 Most Common Misconceptions about Pregnancy. As it often turns out, the moment someone gets the news that you are pregnant, there comes a rain of advices! Of course, some of them are well meaning, but the best advice you can get is don’t follow any amateur’s advice. Moreover, the chain of this opinion giving has so much impact, that there are a few things which have eventually held their place for being true, even when they aren’t. In this segment, BGH brings you the 10 most common misconceptions about Pregnancy you need to stop believing. Number 1: You should now eat for two. Explanation: An absolute no. Being pregnant doesn’t mean you should be gobbling up food all the time because you are now ‘double’. That’s not true. Yes, you need to take some extra calories for proper development of the baby but that doesn’t mean you should be eating twice over. To know your diet better, click here. (Provide the link for pregnancy diet article) Number2: You should be at complete rest during pregnancy. Explanation: Many Indian families go crazy when any member of the family is pregnant. Well, that’s their way of showing love and that’s totally fine until they make you bed ridden all the time. Moving around and exercising (at expert recommendation) is in fact good for your mental and physical well being. It also helps keep a check on your weight gain. So, it’s completely healthy to take a stroll or two in the mornings and evenings and further exercise to keep you fit. Number3: You can determine the sex of the baby by the way shape of your stomach. Explanation: It is believed that if a woman is carrying low it is a boy and if she is carrying high, it’s a girl. This conception has no scientific basis. The shape of your belly depends on the position of fetus and your muscle size and structure. It has nothing to do with the sex of the baby. Number4: If you suffer from heartburn, you will have a hairy baby. Explanation: It is a common myth that if a woman suffers from heartburn, the baby will be born with lots of hair. It’s far from true. Heartburn is one of the common conditions during pregnancy. You should avoid spicy food to get rid of it. If it’s excessive, you need to book an appointment with your doctor instead of waiting for a hairy baby! Number5: You should not eat papayas during pregnancy. Explanation: You can have papayas during pregnancy but it should be a fully ripe papaya. In fact, ripe papayas are good source of Vitamin C and E. It also contributes in adding fibre and folic acid to your diet. However, unripe papayas are harmful as it has some substances which can cause uterine contractions and create complications. Nowadays, the excessive use of chemicals to ripen fruits faster make it difficult to identify a naturally ripen papaya. Therefore, doctors don’t openly advice to have it in your diet. Number6: Eating certain foods can make your baby dark or fair. Explanation: Some people believe that taking caffeine or iron supplements can make your baby dark and consuming saffron can make it fair. That’s not true. Even though caffeine is generally to be avoided during your pregnancy days (can take small amounts after medical checkup), iron is important for your body. Also, saffron cannot make your baby fairer. The color of the baby depends on the genes of the parents only. There are many other myths and misconceptions that follow but the best way to differentiate and take the best decision is by consulting your gynecologist! If you doubt anything, don’t decide over your instincts and book an appointment at the earliest.
Bansal Global Hospital celebrated the 71st Independence Day of India on August 15, 2017. The flag was hoisted by the Chairman, Dr. Suresh Bansal in the presence of all other doctors and staff of the BGH family. The hospital takes pride in how the country won its independence with the determination and sacrifice by not only the great leaders of India, but every common man who participated in the Independence struggle. We are immensely respectful towards the families who lost their members in the revolution. On this day, we remember everyone and pay our regards and gratitude for the difficulties of the time which made it possible for us to live in today’s free India. On this Independence Day, we pledge to do our part to make India free from diseases and illnesses as well. We understand our responsibility towards the society and constantly strive to reach our goal of making India disease free. Help us reach our goal by keeping a check of your surroundings and motivating people to get medical help at earlier stages to avoid severe situations. Bansal Globas Hospital wishes 70 years of Independence to all! Stay free, stay healthy! Jai Hind!
Prevention of Swine Flu H1N1 - Bansal Global Hospital The near epidemic situation in the country due to escalating cases of Swine Flu H1N1 calls for some immediate prevention measures. Swine flu has similar symptoms as the normal flu and is normally transmitted in the same ways. But the H1N1 virus is caused by the several types of influenza viruses which identified in the recent past only. If the virus enters the body, it can lead to severe risk factors resulting in long term problems and even death. Therefore, it becomes very important to be safe and distance yourself from the deadly influenza. In interest of public health, Bansal Global Hospital suggests some everyday steps which can help you stay away from the flu: • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly: Keep yourself clean. Wash your hands with soap or sanitizer before and after meals. • Avoid touching your nose, mouth, and eyes: You might unconsciously come in contact of the virus by touching surfaces active with the virus. So, don’t touch your nose, mouth, or eyes through which the virus can enter your body. • Use Tissues for sneezing and coughing: Use tissues instead of handkerchiefs which might sustain the virus. And you must use one, to avoid spreading infections. Don’t use just your hands as it will contaminate your hands. • Stay away from flu patients: If someone in the house is infected with the flu, keep their clothes and other stuff away from others. Don’t eat from the same plate as the patient. Only one person should be taking care of the patient, that too, after taking proper precautions. • Avoid large gatherings/crowded places: During the season when the flu is at its peak, avoid going to crowded places as someone with the flu might come in contact and end up giving it to you. If it’s important, wear a mask while going out and wash your hands immediately after you are home. • Home remedies to increase immunity: To have a strong immune system is the best of precautions. You can follow some home remedies like having tulsi leaves in the morning, gulping down garlic cloves with warm water, or just a glass of warm milk. You can also take a spoonful of aloe vera gel with water to increase your immunity. If by any chance you or any of your family members come into the influence of the flu, it is as important to limit it as well. Stay at home if you are sick or you can spread it to others and suggest the same to patients around you. Stay Safe! The symptoms of Swine Flu are similar to the regular flu. Therefore, a doctor must be consulted as soon as the symptoms come to the surface to enhance speedy recovery.
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Beware of Mosquito ! Advice By-Dr.Neha Bansal in Bansal Global Hospital Beware of that mosquito! There’s a saying in Hindi which translates to “Don’t judge over the size.” Right now, as the situations are in the capital, the saying is painfully apt for the deadly mosquitoes around. Even though the size is barely enough to be noticed by a bare eye, the destruction is immense. There are two seasons in the year when mosquitoes have their war on. The first is towards the end of winter and advent of spring, and second, the deadliest, is right now, towards the end of monsoon. There are in general three pandemic diseases which are spread around the city, some of them solely caused by mosquitoes and some carried and spread by them. Some of them are: 1. Dengue: Dengue fever is a tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Click on the relevant link to know more about causes of dengue, symptoms and treatment, and how you can stay safe from it. (There are three articles on these topics, provide hyperlinks to those) 2. Chikungunya: Chikungunya is a mosquito-borne viral disease which is transmitted and human to human thorough infected mosquitoes. 3. Malaria: Another deadly disease caused by mosquitoes caused by Plasmodium parasite. The terror of all these diseases on the population of Delhi can be easily determined by picking up the daily newspaper reporting the number of severe cases registered every day. Why you should be concerned? If you are living in Delhi, or any of the crowded cities, you need to be concerned for you are in the risk zone. Don’t ignore anything around you thinking that it’s far and won’t reach to you. To save you from the epidemic to hit your doors, the first step is to be concerned about it and aware yourself about prevention, care, and cure.
Don’t get scared of knee replacements Knee replacement surgeries have become over the past few decades due to increased cases of degenerative knee diseases such as arthritis. Other than this knee replacements are also performed for infection in knee joint, trauma and cancer etc. In previous times knee replacements were very complicated due to obsolete implants and technology but in today’s scenario with a variety of technologically advanced knee implants, disability is just a word. INNOVATIONS IN KNEE ARTHROPLASTY Less invasive Various implants are available according to needs and damage of joint. Sometimes only one side of knee joint is affected hence there is no need to resurface the whole joint and only one compartment is replaced. This is called hemiarthroplasty and is less invasive as compared to total knee replacement. More personalised Even total knee replacement has become much less complicated with long lasting and biomechanically advanced implants which last even for a lifetime. These implants are personalised for each and every patients. Gender specific implants are also available keeping in mind the differences in anatomy, walking pattern and body shape in men and women. High quality The knee implants are made up of highly efficient and non corrosive metal which increase the life of implant. In between two metal bodies, there is cross linked polyethylene body present which is highly durable and increase stability and effective in shock absorbing within the joint. These features help you to walk more naturally after an arthroplasty. Less time on bed Numerous amounts of studies have been conducted on life after knee replacement which led to advancement in rehabilitation post total knee replacements. Now rehabilitation is of shorter period and more effective so that you don’t need to stay on bed for long and could perform your daily life activities more effectively. Therefore, it can be safely concluded that medical science has come far off in term of development and knee surgery or replacement is no more an excessively complicated surgery. It can be looked upon as a harmless option for people suffering terribly because of their knee problems. About Bansal Global Hospital A world class private hospital located in North-West Delhi, the Bansal Global Hospital offers the best treatment possible and care to its patients round the clock (24×7). The multi-specialty Bansal Global Hospital provides specialist medical and surgical care ranging from simple day-case procedures to complex surgeries, blood and other tests in our state of the art pathology lab, digital X-rays, inpatient facilities. The hospital has dedicated inpatient facility, with all fully air-conditioned ensuite rooms. Our staff offer high quality services to ensure that your stay with us is as comfortable as possible in private and discrete facilities. Address: Bansal Global Hospital C-10 Ramgarh, Near Jahangirpuri Metro Station, Delhi, 110033 Bansal Fracture, Gynae and Kids Clinic, E-1086 Saraswati Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Neo Kidz Clinic, C-38 Raj Nagar, Pitampura, Delhi 110034 Tel: 9911062832 Dr Suresh Bansal – Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Bimla Bansal – Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Neha Bansal – Child Specialist Like us on Facebook, Twitter Bone doctor in Pitampura Bone doctor in NCR Bone doctor in Shalimar Bagh Bone doctor in Rohini Bone doctor in Azadpur Bone doctor in Bansal Global Hospital Fracture doctor in Pitampura Fracture doctor in NCR Fracture doctor in Shalimar Bagh Fracture doctor in Rohini Fracture doctor in Azadpur Fracture doctor in Bansal Global Hospital Back Pain in Bansal Global Hospital Back Pain in Azadpur Back Pain in Rohini Back Pain in Shalimar Bagh Back Pain in NCR Back Pain in Pitampura Read More :