On Cloudnine we come across a lot many new moms and expecting moms. It’s always a pleasure and a delight to host and serve such lovely women and their family.A mother may be a working woman or a homemaker, or she may be both.
There are hardly any lines dividing the differences as no mom is a non-working woman. The day the lady of the house decides to give up her routine and perhaps go on a sabbatical, the house will fall!
We as a nation and as a human community have to be grateful for all the dedication a mother puts into her family. Today we bring forth yet another dedicated mother who’s been strongly defending her family under the current calamity. We welcome Mom Warrior Anchal Rani who hails from Rewari and had been living in Airoli, Navi Mumbai with her husband, son, and in-laws. She’s a Hindi speaking lady from a traditional Indian household.
Anchal works as a Project Engineer at CDAC in Mumbai.
She had taken her maternity leave when there were hardly any cases of COVID’19 in Maharashtra or even in India. COVID’19 cases started surfacing later on.
She says; “I was relieved for a while since I had taken my maternity leave on time, however, I became tensed thinking about the time my baby would arrive. My due date was 14 April. My family kept continuously assuring me that nothing would go wrong and that everything was going to be fine.
”Owing to her family’s support she braved through this difficult situation.
Cloudnine took this opportunity to connect with her and hear from her in detail about her pregnancy journey.
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Anchal: I was earlier registered under a Doctor in a multispeciality hospital. It was impossible to go there in this scenario. I had visited Dr. Tripti Dubey once during my pregnancy, she referred me to Cloudnine hospital Vashi for my delivery.
I registered at Cloudnine Vashi during the latter half of March after the lockdown. The hospital staff were very helpful even during the lockdown period, they assured me that an ambulance would be provided when required and at this point in time it was very important since we had a two-wheeler.
Cloudnine registered us on call and online payment was done from our side, which made everything so easy.
My Doppler scan was pending due to the lockdown scenario as none of the scan centres were functional near me. That too was done at Cloudnine once I came aboard. I experienced irregular pain on 11th April 2020 and got admitted to Cloudnine following my doctor’s suggestion.
I went to Cloudnine via the ambulance sent to pick me up by the hospital. I was blessed with a baby girl on 12th April 2020. We were discharged on 13th April 2020. Our stay at the hospital was very comfortable. The staff took really good care of us. They took every necessary precaution needed.
Anchal: My gynecologist was Dr. Tripti Dubey at CLoudnine Vashi. She is very polite and caring. I had visited her only once before my delivery. She took my case amid this lockdown situation. She took care of my wish for a normal delivery. She also instructed the staff to take necessary precautions against COVID’19. I am thankful to the hospital staff at Cloudnine as well, the gynecologist present in the hospital also took good care of me as did the nurses.
The paediatrician checked my baby timely. My baby was tested for some critical issues and was given vaccinations. On our request, we were discharged on 13th April 2020.
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Anchal: I would give all my best wishes to all the would-be moms. I would like to say that at Cloudnine you are in safe hands. They will provide you with whatever medications and sanitizers required.
Earlier I was in doubt about Cloudnine before coming onboard, but post my delivery I strongly say Cloudnine is one of the best hospitals for your child’s delivery and worth what you spend.
Dear Anchal, thank you for your lovely words, it was great to have you. We, on Cloudnine, are happy that we were of service to you. We wish you and your family all the very best.
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