Consulted Dr. Prathima Reddy (Gynecologist) for Pregnancy Check Up
I recommend the doctor
Happy with: Doctor friendlinessExplanation of the health issue
I met her when I was pregnant for the first time, n my first pregnancy was little bit complicated
My baby’s growth was slow, liqueur was less etc. so she had to keep seeing my baby n it’s growth often with scans etc n she was concerned about my health as well she took care of me n my baby till the end m. .
she took a decision of delivering me 10 days earlier then my due date which was on13/05/2016 but I delivered on 3rd May 2016 as she asked me to get admitted on 30/04/2016 evening as she is going to induce me for labour as she felt there was no point in waiting more
As my baby’s growth was already stopped, basically my baby was small baby for how much it actually suppose to be 🙁 but she told me not to worry my baby is absolutely a healthy baby n it will pick up its growth once it out of my womb. 1st n 2nd May they tried to get me into labour through some jell which is to put once in six hours but even after putting it for the fourth time I didn’t get my labour pain so
3rd early morning prathima mam decided to induce
Me which caused me shivering but no real labour pain
As I said it was early in the morning they took me to labour room around 5am, Mam was not around but every second she was monitoring me from where ever she was.. she was taking my report from the doctor n nurses who were present with me n guiding them step by step till she herself came to me
Later they broke my water bag after which finally I was in pain, true labour pain . . .
I was not able to bare I was crying n only thing I would ask the nurses was where is mam n when all this is gonna end . . .
I don’t know what was going on and y the baby was not coming out they even took signatures from my mom that if things go worse they might go for C Section as well
Which left all my family members worried.
Around 9am I finally saw prathima mam which gave me little strength, she didn’t hurry or took a call for C- Section she waited n kept monitoring the baby’s condition she just told me along with the pain when I start feeling like passing motion let the nurse know n went down to OPD where other patients were waiting for her around 10/ 10:15 am I told them & they shifted me to delivery room n mam just checked n went down again , thinking it would take some more time but I started pushing n within no time the head of the baby was visible so all the nurses around me just ran to call mam n the dr who was attending me asked me to stop 😳 n hold
Mam came running to me she started preparing herself as well as me by putting my legs up cleaning etc . . . N one thing she was telling me when she was doing all that was Azeema don’t push, don’t push hold until I say I was like mam I can’t 😭 . . . Someone literally was holding my baby’s head from a finger to stop until everything is all clear finally mam had done all the nessecities an she began to to tell me to push
Push Azeema push, May be I was very week not doing great that to at that peak time n literally mam
Ordered me “Azeema I want ur baby now” with she by my side encouraging me I gave the final push and the baby was out she said congratulations Azeema
It’s a baby boy 😊 I could never forget that moment in my life she just turned that complicated delivery into normal delivery for which mainly I choose her cause I didn’t want to go for C Sec on any cost first I thank Almighty Allah then her
From the beginning itself I loved her I don’t know y
She talks to the point, seriously n strictly but in Her strictness also I see love n concern so I m just a fan of her, I even delivered my second child under her care in fortis la femme for which she was not there when I was due 21/aug/ 2017 she was out of country
Which made me sad even though everything went on well I delivered a beautiful baby girl but her absences was felt
N now I m expecteing for the third time she is my doctor she is too good n my only request to her is please don’t leave me n go when I m due
Mam not this time please. . .