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Low risk pregnancy care and High risk pregnancy care such as mothers with diabetes, high blood pressure, other medical conditions, previous pregnancy loss, premature deliveries, extremely small babies etc.
Normal vaginal delivery
Forceps and vacuum deliveries
Caesarean section for high risk conditions.
Cervical screening such as smear taking and colposcopy for prevention of cervical cancer.
Laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgeries for tubal pregnancy, ovarian cysts, fibroids, menstrual abnormalities, uterine polyps and other disorders.
Ultrasound for pregnancy care and diagnosing uterine and ovarian abnormalities.
Menstrual irregularities- heavy bleed, irregular bleed, painful periods prolapse and urinary incontinence in women
Dr Smitha Raghavan, is consultant trained from the United Kingdom with an experience of over 15 years in the NHS. She completed MBBS from the Rajiv Gandhi university of Health sciences in Bengaluru in 2002. She then moved to UK and undertook extensive and GMC regulated training within the National Health service of the UK. As part of her training she has been certified in advanced obstetrics- caring for women with low and High risk pregnancy and labour management , Laparoscopic /hysteroscopic (key-hole)surgery, Management of early pregnancy and late pregnancy complications, screening for and management of cervical pre-cancer changes (colposcopy). She completed MRCOG in 2009 and CCT in 2013. As a recognition of her contribution to the field of obstetrics and gynaecology she was awarded fellowship by Royal College of obstetricians and gynaecologists in 2021.