Pregnancy Care Clinic


“Ensuring safety of the mother and baby… always”

After long nine months of arduous waiting… the ‘D day’ finally arrives….

Gynaecological disease

3 Stages of Labor

  1. From the onset of labor to full dilation and effacement of cervix.
  2. From the full dilation and effacement of cervix till the delivery of the baby.
  3. From the delivery of the baby till the expulsion of the placenta.
Labor and Delivery in Gurgaon
Labor and Delivery

Normal Vaginal Delivery vs Caesarean Section

We at ‘The Gynae Clinic’ believe that adolescent gynecological issues need to addressed in a very sensitive, responsible, non-judgmental and caring manner in a non-threatening environment. Dr Anjali Kumar’s excellent clinical skills and charismatic counseling abilities help her strike a chord with young people. She is associated with leading schools of Gurgaon for their school health programs. She is also associated with lot of NGOs to increase the sexual health awareness in underprivileged children

Pain Relief during Labor

“Fear brings more pain than does the pain it fears”… By John Golden

    • Support of family members and husband.
    • Breathing techniques (Lamaze)
    • Leboyer’s Method
    • Pharmacological Methods
    • Entonox
    • TENS (Transcutaneus electrical nerve stimulation) machine
    • Epidural analgesia- painless delivery

We at ‘The Gynae Clinic’ believe in empowering our women with the knowledge regarding labor, help them make their choices and guide them throughout the entire journey.

Dr. Anjali Kumar, Sr. Consultant and Director of obstetrics and Gynecology, Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon has 25 years of experience in taking care of high risk pregnancies and performing successful deliveries. She is heading the high risk, tertiary level, labor unit at Artemis Hospital with an unmatched infrastructure and technology and standardized international labor protocols. She has handled successfully all type of complicated and critical obstetric cases till date from Gurgaon, Delhi and surrounding areas. She is constantly striving to develop patient strategies and labor protocols to increase normal delivery rates and decrease caesarean / instrumental deliveries.  She routinely encourages and does a lot of VBACs ( vaginal birth after caesarean section). She routinely employs and encourages labor analgesia methods for easy and comfortable birthing experience.