Maternity Teatment


Pregnancy, although a joyous and empowering feeling, calls for a great deal of changes within your body. Physical, emotional and hormonal changes that take over your body over a period of nine months. This special period and the onset of motherhood in a woman's life is like no other. The ability to be able to create another being within oneself is one of the most powerful experiences. And the mother and child bond that forms during these nine months is completely unique to any other experience.

This special and challenging time in a woman's life requires more than just the very best medical support. It is extremely important have access to support through information and products that make your life easier, especially to face challenges., we journey with you as your companion through the emotional roller coaster ride. We believe that the solutions we provide via vital information and products to fulfill your needs as well as your baby's needs, are what help in making your journey together even more meaningful

Each woman has a different need as every pregnancy is different. At eva hospital, we offer a range of services and a team of expert obstetricians who cater to every demanding need of a woman in her journey of motherhood.

Preconception counseling Ante-natal check & counselling Foetal medicine High risk pregnancy management Information, fitness and wellness solutions Painless labour Postnatal sessions  Neonatal ICU care.

Pregnancies do’s :

  • See your doctor regularly. Prenatal care can help keep you and your baby healthy and spot problems if they occur.
  • Continue taking folic acid throughout your pregnancy. All women capable of pregnancy should get 400 to 800 micrograms (400 to 800 mcg or 0.4 to 0.8 mg) of folic acid every day.
  • Eat a variety of healthy foods. Include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, calcium rich foods, lean meats, and a variety of cooked seafood.
  • Drink extra fluids, especially water.
  • Get moving! Unless your doctor tells you otherwise, physical activity is good for you and your baby.
  • Gain a healthy amount of weight. Gaining more than the recommended amount during pregnancy increases a woman’s risk for pregnancy complications.
  • Wash hands, especially after handling raw meat or using the bathroom.
  • Get enough sleep. Aim for 7 to 9 hours every night. Resting on your left side helps blood flow to you and your baby and prevents swelling. Using pillows between your legs and under your belly will help you get comfortable.
  • Make sure health problems are treated and kept under control. If you have diabetes, control your blood sugar levels.
  • If you have high blood pressure, monitor it closely.
  • Ask your doctor before stopping any medicines you take or taking any new medicines.
  • Get a flu shot.
  • Always wear a seatbelt.
  • Join childbirth or parenting class.

  • Pregnancy Don’ts :

  • Don’t smoke tobacco.
  • Avoid exposure to toxic substances and chemicals.
  • Protect yourself and your baby from food borne illness.
  • Don’t drink alcohol.
  • Don’t use illegal drugs.
  • Avoid x-rays.
  • Don’t douche.
  • Don’t use scented feminine hygiene products.
  • Don’t take very hot baths or use hot tubs or saunas.
  • Avoid contact with rodents and with their urine, droppings, or nesting material.
  • Don’t clean or change a cat’s litter box.

  • Physical Care after a Cesarean: Before leaving the hospital

  • You will be encouraged to get up and try to go the bathroom within the first 24 hours after surgery. This will help start the healing process and get you used to moving around with your incision.
  • Urinating after the catheter is removed can sometimes be painful. Ask your nurse or attendant to suggest ways to make it easier.
  • If staples were used for your incision they will most likely be removed before you leave the hospital.
  • Talk with your health care provider about dealing with pain after the surgery.
  • Gentle strolls around the hospital or rocking in a chair can help speed the recovery and help with gas that can develop after abdominal surgery.

  • Things to Avoid :

  • Sexual intercourse until your health care provider tells you that it is safe.
  • The use of tampons or douche.
  • Taking baths until your incision is healed and you are no longer bleeding.
  • Public pools and hot tubs.
  • Lifting anything heavier than your baby.
  • Repeatedly using stairs.
  • Exercise, at least until your health care provider gives you the go-ahead.

  • Diet plan during pregnancy

    Time Meal Menu Name Ingredients Amount

    7:00 AM




    Sugar Mother horlicks

    1 glass





    Biscuits/toasts/bread(whole wheat)

    2-3 pcs







    8:00 AM



    /mix Flour bhaji thepla/ bhaji muthia/ Sprouted bhel/dhokla/ Khaman/ Potato poha



    1m bowl

    2 no
    1 m bowl
    1 m bowl
    1 m bowl
    1 m bowl
    1 m bowl




    Dry fruits

    Cashew nuts








    10:00 AM




    /guava/ mango/ grapes/

    1 bowl







    12:00 PM




    Wheat flour




    2  veg

    Green veg

    Ladies finger/ cabbage/cauliflower/peas/
    Parvar/ tindola/ potato, etc

    1 m bowl




    Leafy veg + lemon

    Palak/ methi/ fenugreek/ fansi/ tandarjo

    1 s bowl




    Dal & lentils


    1 m bowl





    Plain/lemon/peas/mix veg

    1 s bowl



    Pulses/ sprouted salad


    Moong/ math/ chana/ chole

    1 m bowl




    Green salad

    Tomato/ carrot/ cabbage/ cucumber

    1 s bowl