Noor Al Shifa is equipped with a wide range of the latest diagnostic & therapeutic equipment to help doctors delicately assist your needs. We offer the best of faculty, facilities and treatment and, by facilitating pristine diagnosis and corrective solutions, Noor Al Shifa has helped realize the dreams of couples from all around the world.
The Obstetrics and Gynaecology department, besides offering hi-tech treatment for infertility, is meant to provide the best of available care in OMAN for women and couples. The department also offers short term and long term observerships in Gynaecological endoscopy, IUI and Fetal medicine.
Obstetrical patient's care include
- Regular gynaecological problems
- Regular ante-natal check ups
- Maternal Nutrition
- High Risk Pregnancy
- Obstetrical emergencies of pregnancy
- Postnatal care
- Foetal reduction
- Foetal Therapy
- Cancer Detection Clinic
- Breast Clinic
- HRT Clinic
- 3D/4D Ultra Sound Scanning Machines
Pregnancies are treated with the utmost care here at Noor Al Shifa. We turn no women away. The department provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment facilities for women of all ages. Our routine procedures include:
- Management of high risk pregnancies.
- Management of GDM (Gestational Diabetes), PIH (Pregnancy Induced Hypertension) and its complications.
- Management of Abortions. Infertility.
- PCOS (Polycystic ovaries) management.
- Induction of ovulation.
Noor Al Shifa Medical Complex Gynaecology department offers the following range of services:
- IUCD / MIRENA insertion
- IUCD Removal
- Pap Smear
- Transvaginal Ultrasound / Sonohysterogram
- TVTO(for stress incontinence)
- Urodynamic Studies
- Vaginal Pessary Insertion
Regular Monthly Check-Ups
Treatment and constructive dialogue with our expert gynaecologist Dr. RYMAH NAANA, who will answer any queries you will have during your entire journey in pregnancy.
Routine blood & urine tests for pregnant women.
Cases where growth of the embryo suddenly stops even without showing any symptoms like bleeding.
Sudden miscarriage happens usually early 2nd Trimester (4-5 months).
High Blood Pressure, oedema and presence of albumin in urine.
Some women develop diabetes in pregnancy when increased insulin requirements of growing foetus leads to decrease in available insulin for glucose metabolism resulting in hyperglycaemia.
It is important to undergo regular sugar tests or urine and blood including GTT during ante-natal visits.