Obstetrics

Are you looking for the best obstetrician & Gynecologist in Dubai? Dr. Alia Obaid Almansoori, one of the most experienced obstetricians in the UAE, is a specialist in pregnancy, childbirth, gynecology, and women reproductive systems. She is passionate in taking good care of women during the cycle of their pregnancy period, gives regular and follow-up care, and also an expert in delivering babies most times without complications.

Dr. Alia team up with professional nurses, midwives, physicians, and other health specialists that are ready and willing to take care of women during pregnancy, and after childbirth. These professionals give close monitoring to ensure the baby is safe, grows through a healthy development, and the baby is taken proper care of through ultrasound scans and tests. The team members have trained in handling pre-pregnancy health issues, pregnancy, labor and childbirth, health complications after birth, and conversely gives genetic counselling.

Other medical conditions and genetically related issues like blood pressure, infections, diabetes, and other genetic disorders are closely evaluated, analyzed and checked. Patients are given detailed guidelines and advice about managing their diet, exercising and workouts, and appropriate dose of medication in trends to make mother and child healthy.

The obstetrician (Dr. Alia) helps you cope and deal with morning illness, back and leg pains, and other familiar pregnancy complications and weakness. She also answers all your questions about pregnancy and growth of your baby consequently educating you, explaining and illustrating to you all the possible occurrence during labor and delivery. With a contributive heart to the society women, Dr. Alia has set up special classes for women to be educated on the whole process of childbirth.

On the day of labor, Dr. Alia and her team will be present to ensure you are taken good care of with intensive care and at every stage of labor. You will be trained on how to overcome the hard work of labor, wherein the obstetrician will monitor your progress until the final stage of helping you deliver your baby.

Although, normal doctors apart from an obstetrician can also handle your pregnancy stages and care, but there are some conditions where it may be very important and urgent to seek special attention or care from an obstetrician. If you are above 35 years of age, you may have higher pregnancy risks, so it is important for you to get prenatal care from an obstetrician.

Any woman, who seeks to have a healthy pregnancy cycle, will make seeking care from an obstetrician a major priority.

Some of our services include:

  • Antenatal & Postnatal care
  • Treatment of hormonal Dysfunctions
  • Treatment of menstrual cycle disorder
  • Treatment of Polycystic Ovarian Disease
  • Pre-marriage Counselling
  • Doppler and Sonography
  • Preconceptional counselling
  • Family planning counselling
  • Immunization of HPV/PAP smear
  • Pre-menopausal and post-menopausal
  • IVF Pregnancies
  • Vaginal Deliveries
  • Vaginal Birth after Caesarean Section
  • Management of normal pregnancies
  • Management of High-Risk Pregnancy, including hypertension, gestational diabetes and other medical disorders
  • Pregnancy Assessment and Advice
  • Management of Pre-Term Labor
  • Pregnancy with multiple babies (twins, triplets)
  • Insertion of Cervical Cerclage

Things to Know

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Trimester Chart

A trimester chart shows the full-term pregnancy cycle, which normal period is 40 weeks, but can span from 37 to 42 weeks. It is actually divided into three trimesters; every trimester lasts between 12 and 14 weeks which is about 3 months.

Things to Know
Things to Know
Things to Know

1st Trismester

0.4kg – 2.0kg

Things to Know

This is when pregnancy date starts counting, from the 1st day of your last menstruation cycle, and conception takes place in the 2nd week. The 1st trimester lasts through the 1st week to the 13th week of pregnancy. Although, you may not observe pregnancy during this trimester, as your body is going through colossal changes while it develops a growing baby.

2nd Trismester

2.0kg – 8.0kg

Things to Know

This is the most comfortable period of pregnancy cycle and it is from the 13th week to 27th week. Most symptoms of early pregnancy will disappear gradually, and it comes with an up rise feeling of energy levels during the daytime and a more restful night. Your abdomen will look swollen, a sign of pregnancy, also the uterus will grow in size.

3rd Trismester

8.0kg – 13.6kg

Things to Know

The third trimester spans from week 28 through to the week of birth of the baby. During this trimester, it is best advised you start seeing your obstetrician on regular basis, as the third trimester is a good time to educate yourself about labor and delivery. Your obstetrician will regularly test your urine for protein, listen to heart rate, check blood pressure, check hands and legs for swellings, and check your uterus measurement for any increase or decrease

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Trimester Chart

A trimester chart shows the full-term pregnancy cycle, which normal period is 40 weeks, but can span from 37 to 42 weeks. It is actually divided into three trimesters; every trimester lasts between 12 and 14 weeks which is about 3 months.

Pregnancy

Dr. Alia helps you cope and deal with morning illness, back and leg pains, and other familiar pregnancy complications and weakness.

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Dr. Alia team up with professional nurses, midwives, physicians, and other health specialist that are ready and willing to take care of women during pregnancy, and after child birth.

These professionals give close monitoring to ensure the baby is safe, grows through a healthy development, and the baby is taken proper care of through ultrasound scans and tests.

The team members are trained in handling pre-pregnancy health issues, pregnancy, labor and childbirth, health complications after birth, and conversely gives genetic counselling.

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