El Nada hospital provides a variety of amenities not only for you and your baby, but also for the whole family. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can always take care of your health and wellbeing. Doctors, physicians, nurses and all our staff with their vast experience in patient care are here to make sure you are receiving the leading health care and having a comfortable relaxed stay. Our services include all types of surgical operations in the fields of Obstetrics, Gynecology, General Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Endoscopy, Plastic Surgery, ENT, and Dental Surgery.
The operating suite consists of 5 spacious rooms equipped with up to date supplies, anesthesia and patient monitoring machines as well as surgical equipment. Our operating rooms provide the surgeons with great confidence and the patients with maximum surgery safety levels during the operation. Not to mention the latest technology of stainless steel antibacterial walls.
Nursing rooms are equipped with state of the art baby warmers and cots where newborns are under close observation immediately after delivery until fully stabilized. We offer assistance to new mothers in taking care of their new babies during their stay in the hospital. Educating them about the essentials of newborn care with the highest level of professionalism.
Pre-pregnancy care helps find issues that could affect your pregnancy, so you and your doctor can take steps to avoid potential problems. Your nurse or doctor will talk with you about your physical and mental health and give you any exams or screenings you might need to help make sure you have a healthy pregnancy. They can also give you tips on how to get pregnant.
Your doctor will talk with you about your:
- medical history and family’s medical history
- current health issues
- diet, vitamins, and lifestyle
- safety of any medications/supplements you’re taking
- pregnancy history
- safety at home and work
- mental health concerns
Common signs and symptoms of pregnancy can include:
- Missed period
- Swollen or tender breasts
- Nausea and/or vomiting
- Feeling tired
- Peeing more often than usual
Some early pregnancy symptoms can sometimes feel like other common conditions (like PMS). So the only way to know for sure if you’re pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. You can either take a home pregnancy test (the kind you buy at the drug or grocery store), or get a pregnancy test at your doctor’s office
The New Mother – Taking Care of Yourself After Birth
The postpartum period begins after the delivery of the baby and ends when the mother’s body has nearly returned to its pre-pregnant state. This period usually lasts six to eight weeks.
The postpartum period involves the mother progressing through many changes, both emotionally and physically, while learning how to deal with all the changes and adjustments required with becoming a new mother. The postpartum period also involves the parents learning how to care for their newborn and learning how to function as a changed family unit.
A mother needs to take good care of herself to rebuild her strength. You will need plenty of rest, good nutrition, and help during the first few weeks.