Dr Ahmed Ismail

Consultant Gynaecologist & Fertility Expert

Pregnancy Care

Booking as soon as patient requesting her visit, to include the following:

  1. Full History, examination, routine urine test, Blood pressure and weight.
  2. .General examination, Cardio vascular, Breast, Abdominal and Pelvic Examination.
  3. Vaginal swab for microscopy to exclude Candida infections.
  4. Pelvic/Vaginal ultrasound, for under 12 weeks 2D
  5. Pelvic /ultrasound/viability/Doppler if required .
  6. Pelvic ultrasound/viability/3D if required
  7. Full antenatal blood studies to include:
  • Antenatal Profile
  • FBC
  • Hb Electrophoresis
  • Blood Group&Antibody Screen
  • AASC
  • Glucose
  • Syphilis IgG/IgM
  • HIV 1&2
  • Hep B sag
  • Hep C Abs
  • Varicella Zoster
  • Rubella Abs ( IgG and IgM)
  • Toxoplasma (IgG/IgM)
  • CMV ( IgG/IgM)

11 to 13 weeks Nuchal  Translucency measurement and combined blood tests for Down,s Syndrome.

20 to 22 weeks growth anatomy &anomaly scan including sexing if required. .

28 weeks Full blood Picture, Antibody screen, and random glucose

32 to 34 Placental localization, growth anatomy scan

34 weeks full blood count

36 weeks swab for streptococcus haemolticus group B(GBS)

Follow up every four weeks until 28 weeks then every two weeks until 36 weeks and weekly until birth.

Planned Caesarian Section between 39 weeks

If before 39 weeks steroid to be given to prevent RDS

Caesarian Section for the following:

  1. Breech Presentation
  2. Twin Pregnancy
  3. Hypertension of pregnancy uncontrolled(Pre eclampsia)
  4. Emergency Foetal distress.
  5. Obstructed Labour.
  6. Placenta praevia.

24 hours in patient care for normal delivery 48 hours for Caesarian section.

Six weeks postnatal follow up.

Addition Service: Queensway Physiotherapy

Maternity patients receive antenatal Physiotherapy Course during pregnancy and Postnatal to include parents classes please visit Rebecca Bennet at www.queenswaygynaecologyclinic.com  Queensway Physiotherapy department.

Antenatal and Physiotherapy are optional but all our patients are booked for it as it is one of an important area of maternity care, should you wish your patients to have the service please advise us.

Pregnancy Positions

Correct position   Correct position
Normal Posture of the back for pregnant woman in 3rd Trimester Abnormal posture of the back of pregnant woman in 3rd trimester (Lumbar Lordosis). One of the main reasons of back pain in pregnancy and after delivery.
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