Medical treatment of obstetrics
During pregnancy, regular checkups and proper health guidance are the most important things in the health care of pregnant women.
In our clinic, we set up the regular checkup according to the pregnancy cycle as follows.
- Initial (~ 25 weeks)
- Every three weeks is a guide.
- Mid-term (26 weeks to 35 weeks)
- This period is a period of intense change in both mother and child, so please observe every two weeks.
- Second semester (from 36 weeks to childbirth)
- The Primiparas and the Multiparas are always on a weekly basis.
In addition, when the schedule date is passed, please come as instructed by the doctor because it narrowing the interval and the checkup.
To detect abnormal signs at an early stage and to ceremonies to labor in a safer passage, the doctor's body is measured at the time of the regular checkup, the physical condition is checked (blood test, urine test, edema, and blood pressure change), the observation of the psychological change, This is a check of fetal developmental conditions (Doppler and ultrasound).
We provide health guidance in the early, mid-and late-stage midwifery clinic.
Take a regular checkup and have a healthy baby!
Try to prevent early detection and complications during pregnancy and give birth to a healthy baby.
Check for abnormal signs when visiting the hospital.In addition, when a sudden symptom appears, it corresponds each time.
4d Ultrasound Diagno
stic System 4d allows you to mirror your baby's tummy in three dimensions.
4d is a three-dimensional image, so you can see in the video, the baby's quick movement and cute gestures are projected more realistic.
You will be able to consult with the Midwife.
We also consult about childbirth, breastfeeding, and childcare.Please feel free to consult about breast milk shortage, mastitis, and anxiety about childcare.
The general condition of the baby is checked and urinalysis, including the presence of congenital abnormalities, weight gain (milk drinking condition), and the absence of the abnormal hip dislocation, and vitamin K is administered.