Labour & Birth

Caesarean Section

Labour Complications

Labour Process

Pain relief in Labour

Datin Dr Mrs Kamaljit Kaur Manocha M.D. UKM M.Med. O & G UKM Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist... Read more

Vacuum Delivery

What does ventouse delivery means? The ventouse or vacuum extractor is a metal or silicone cup which is placed on the baby ... Read more

Forceps Delivery

What does forceps delivery means? Forceps are a pair of long curved tong-like device that has been used for 400 years to... Read more

Instrumental Delivery

Dr. Liew Fah Onn M.B. B.S. Mal M.R.C.O.G. U.K. L.L.B. Hons London Certificate in Legal Practice Mal ... Read more

Vaginal Birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC)

One of the more common questions that women asked when they come up to my clinic is that whether they could have a vaginal... Read more

Risks associated with Caesarean Section

What are the risks of a Caesarean section? A Caesarean birth involves major abdominal surgery therefore it is important to... Read more

How to avoid a Caesarean Section?

In certain circumstances a Caesarean is unavoidable as this is the safest mode of delivery for you and your baby. However ... Read more

Breast Feeding after a Caesarean section

When can I start breastfeeding my baby? You could breastfeed your baby immediately after the surgery depending on how you... Read more

Post Operative Recovery

When can I resume normal activities after a Caesarean section? In the absence of complications many women feel well enough... Read more

How to take care of my wound?

Do I have to take out the stitches? The stitches used are either dissolvable or will be removed on the 5-7 days after the... Read more
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