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Leading Pregnancy Hospital in Bangalore

For many people, having a family is a cherished milestone. However, women are particularly susceptible during pregnancy and childbirth. In addition to ensuring their health and that of their children, pregnant mothers need a lot of support to give birth, recover and breastfeed their babies.

Best Maternity Hospital In Bangalore For Normal Delivery

The time you and your family spend throughout your pregnancy is special yet challenging. The safety of the mother and child is of utmost importance. They must be assured that the doctor they are entrusting with that duty is one they can trust.

The maternity care and postpartum medical support at Cloudnine Bengaluru are of international standards making it the Best Maternity Hospital in Bengaluru. We are Bengaluru's top maternity hospital thanks to our highly skilled medical staff, well-trained employees, state-of-the-art prenatal and postnatal care, spacious and opulent LDRs (Labor, Delivery, and Recovery rooms), state-of-the-art operating rooms and cutting-edge medical technology, including a 3D real-time ultrasound imaging system.

As a one-stop maternity care facility for secure pregnancy we provide the Best Gynaecologist in Bengaluru. We are committed to offering the best and all-inclusive services that will make your experience—from conception to delivery—pleasant, fun and unforgettable. Expecting mothers have a relaxing and stress-free birth experience at our hospital because of our welcoming environment. Our skilled doctors and experienced nurses perform all births, whether vaginal or via caesarean, depending on a case-to-case basis. We also ensure you get the best care following delivery and provide parenting and postpartum counselling. As part of our add-on services, we provide regular check-ups with neonatologists to assess your baby's health, breastfeeding counselling, nutritional advice, postpartum care and a range of at-home services.

Services offered at Cloudnine, the Leading Pregnancy Hospital in Bengaluru:

1. With the support of experts from several fields, Cloudnine specialises in managing high-risk pregnancies. It is crucial to remember that at Cloudnine, most women with high-risk conditions go on to have a safe pregnancy and birth.

2. To help you feel secure, satisfied, and joyful, Cloudnine has created specialised antenatal programmes. These programmes inform you about delivery and the many phases of labour, all the while supporting natural childbirth as much as possible.

3. Pregnant women in this country have a variety of alternatives, many of which they are unaware of, to ensure a pain-free birth. To reduce discomfort during labour, Cloudnine provides programmes to make you aware of your options. In addition to assisting in preventing lower back injuries and other issues like abdominal organs "drooping forward" from a lack of support, they help you rebuild the strength in your abdominal muscles through postnatal care programmes.

4. Prenatal diagnosis has significantly improved as a result of technological breakthroughs. The foetus is now treated as a separate patient from the mother, thanks to foetal medicine. We have a team of foetal medicine experts to guide you through.

5. The gynaecologists at Cloudnine are a wonderful group of medical professionals that understand exactly what a girl or woman experiences and care for them gently and precisely.

We provide outstanding, individualised care for expectant moms for nine months, from the first trimester through the first three months after birth. Our nurses and paramedics are highly qualified. When it is about providing clinical care for the mother and the newborn, we take satisfaction in being among the finest.

As the Best Maternity Hospital in Bengaluru, Cloudnine also provides a wide selection of reasonable delivery packages. In cases when insurance coverage is available, we also offer cashless treatment options.

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Dr. Manjula Deepak

Dr. Manjula Deepak

MBBS,DNB,DGO
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
8
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Prakash Kini

Dr. Prakash Kini

MBBS, DGO, MD(OBG)
Senior Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
1
Book Appointment
Bengaluru
Jayanagar
Dr. Saba Fathima

Dr. Saba Fathima

MBBS, DGO
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
10
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Manju Deepthi B

Dr. Manju Deepthi B

MBBS,MS OBG, Fellowship in ART and reproductive medicine, Fellowship in Cosmetic Gynecology, Fellowship in Aesthetic Medicine
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
99999
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout
Dr. Anupama Rani V

Dr. Anupama Rani V

MBBS, MS(OBG)
Consultant - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynaecology
Maternity
1
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Bengaluru
Sarjapur
Dr. Shobha Venkat

Dr. Shobha Venkat

MBBS, DGO (Bom), DNB (OBG)
Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
1
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Aruna Kumari V

Dr. Aruna Kumari V

MBBS, DGO, MS(OBG), Diploma in Cosmetic Gynecology, Ex SR AIIMS, New Delhi
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
1702
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Bengaluru
Bellandur, Sarjapur
Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya

Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya

MBBS, MD
Senior Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
15
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road, Varthur
Dr. Sandhya Rani

Dr. Sandhya Rani

MBBS, DGO
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
29
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road,
Dr. Poornima M

Dr. Poornima M

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
43
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Rashmi Chaudhary

Dr. Rashmi Chaudhary

MBBS, DNB(OBG), MNAMS, FICMCH
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
1
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Bengaluru
Bellandur, Sarjapur
Dr. Hiba Gul

Dr. Hiba Gul

MBBS, PG
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynaecology
Maternity
57
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Radhika Sudarshan Kamuni

Dr. Radhika Sudarshan Kamuni

MBBS, D.G.O. (MUMBAI) , DNB (OBG).
Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
71
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Karamjit Kaur

Dr. Karamjit Kaur

MBBS, MD-OBG, Fellowship in Minimal Invasive Surgery
Obstetrician and Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
85
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. S.K Sharma

Dr. S.K Sharma

MBBS, DGO, MS(Obstetrics)
Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
99
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Dr. Meeta Chawhan

Dr. Meeta Chawhan

MBBS, MD
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
6
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Poornima M. Gowda

Dr. Poornima M. Gowda

MBBS, MS, DGO
Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
20
Book Appointment
Bengaluru
Whitefield, Varthur
Dr. Asha Shanbhag

Dr. Asha Shanbhag

MBBS, MS, DMAS, FMAS (Laparoscopy)
Obstetrician & Gynecologist, Laparoscopic surgeon
Gynaecology
Maternity
34
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Dharani Bai

Dr. Dharani Bai

MBBS, MD (OBG)
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
48
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
Dr. Vidya Gayathri S

Dr. Vidya Gayathri S

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Gynaecology
Maternity
62
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Bengaluru
Whitefield
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Videos by our doctors

What You Need to Know About Uterine Fibroids I Dr. Aruna Muralidhar
"A diagnosis of Uterine Fibroids causes concerns often revolving around potential symptoms, treatment options, and the impact on their overall health and quality of life. In this short video, Dr. Aruna Muralidhar, a highly skilled Obstetrician and Gynaecologist practising at Cloudnine Hospital in Jayanagar, speaks about what fibroids are, their symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for Uterine Fibroids to address these concerns and guide them through their journey with fibroids"
Pregnancy Diabetes or Gestation Diabetes AFTER DELIVERY | Glucose Challenge Test I Dr. Poornima Murthy
"This is the commonest question asked by all the patients, the answer is no, gestational diabetes is the diabetes appearing the first time in pregnancy and most of them will disappear after pregnancy. It disappears so fast that the day after delivery their sugars crash back to normal. After the delivery what we do is we allow the patients to have a normal diet and we check their sugars 6 weeks after delivery by doing the oral glucose challenge test and if the oral glucose challenge test is abnormal that is the value is more than 140 mg per decilitre then we tell them that they remain diabetes, but the chances of gestational diabetes turning not diabetes immediately after delivery, the chances are very low, having said this there are occasional where the gestational diabetes who have been out in high dose of insulin or oral hypoglycaemic agents they have the chance to remain diabetic even after delivery but their requirement of insulin or oral hypoglycaemic agents will come down. For patients who have not been found to be diabetic about 6 weeks after delivery, however we advise that they may turn diabetic later in their life, maybe about 5 to 10 years later. So to prevent that do lifestyle modification, as in follow the diet. Go for regular exercises, watch their weight and that way they can avoid becoming diabetic for the rest of their life or they can postpone the onset of diabetes or if they get diabetes atleast they can avoid taking medications like insulin oral hypoglycaemic agents and if at all they require insulin or oral hypoglycaemic agents the dose would be very small"
Natural Tips to Lower Gestational Diabetes or Pregnancy Diabetes |Diet & Exercise I Dr. Poornima Murthy
""Sugars during pregnancy can be lowered naturally that is without even medications, are by exercise or diabetic diet. Exercise consist of walking, the main thing is walking about 2 times a day, one in the morning, and one after dinner just before you sleep and walking and the speed of walking depends on the comfort level of the patients. Some patients who don’t have too much of pain, they usually manage some amount of brisk walking, whereas patients who gain lot of weight they would usually like to have a light stroll. There are some exercises called as isometric exercises, wherein 1 kg weight is grasped on both the hands, that is dumbbells and if dumbbells are not available what she could do is fill the 1 litre water bottle and fill water in that and keep water in each hand and start flexing her upper limb at the elbow up and down, about 3 to 4 sets in a day and each set will be stopped when the patient has got shortness of breath and she feels tired and these type of exercises will bring the sugar down, the second type of way how she can lower her sugars is the diabetic diet. In the diabetic diet the whole meal has to be divided into 6 portions, that is 3 major meals, that is breakfast lunch and dinner and snacks in between that and may be a midnight snack because gestational diabetes patient generally feel a little more hungry than the rest of the population mainly because they are exercising and following some kind of a diet. Direct sugars like sugars and bakery items and pastries, cakes and ice-cream, milkshakes, in fruits, fruits like pineapple, chikoo, big banana will have to be avoided, brown bread has to be taken, rice has to be avoided, wheat and ragi to be encouraged, raw vegetables and ofcourse they can have light non-vegetarian food"
Easy Tips to Control Blood sugar during Pregnancy | Pregnancy Diabetes I Dr. Poornima Murthy
"Blood sugar during pregnancy is controlled in 3 ways, one is exercise diet and third is meditation. Usually diet and exercise are the first tried, if the blood sugars do not come under control with these two, then only medications are started. When we come to exercises exercise, as in she needs to go for half an hour to 45 minutes of walking everyday and the speed of the walk it depends on the comfort of the patient and there is something known as isometric exercise . Isometric exercises are done in the sitting posture at home. Here one kg weight are grasped in both the hands and there is flexion of the arm at the elbow joint, flexion and extension are continuous movements about 3 to 4 sets are done each set is topped when the patient is tired and when she has some amount of shortness of breath. These are isometric exercise and any other form of exercise can be performed like yoga she can go for swimming and some amount of light dancing can be done. Coming to diet, diet she has to follow a diabetic diet, she has to take regular frequent meals, she has to keep up her time an these meals are divided into 6 portions, one is breakfast lunch and dinner, and in between breakfast and lunch, and in between lunch and dinner and late midnight snack, here the carbohydrate should constitute about 50 to 55% and proteins about 20 to 25% and fat about 15% and in between snacks should consist about whole-wheat bread and some biscuits devoid of sugar and direct sweets to be avoided and pastries, cakes, chocolates, ice creams to be avoided and sugar has to be brought down, rice content to be brought down, and she needs to eat more of wheat and ragi and after every meal if she can do some amount of light walking, that would very very helpful and the last would be medications. Medications would be oral hypoglycemic agents and insulin. Insulin is given for all diabetic patients. But now oral hypoglycaemic agents like metformin and glipizide are used and the doses of these are adjusted according to the sugar of the patient"
Tips to Prepare for Pregnancy Diabetes Test | Oral Glucose Challenge Test I Dr. Poornima Murthy
"The screening test for gestational diabetes is oral glucose challenge test and here the way it is done is the patient can come nay time to the hospital, irrespective of the last meal, irrespective of the time of the last meal, irrespective of teh type of diet she has taken before, she will be given 75 grams of glucose. After taking 75 grams of glucose, her blood sugars will be tested after 2 hours and the cut off for this is 140 mg per decilitre. Anything above 140 mg per decilitre indicates gestational diabetes. The glucose challenge test is a very simple and easy test to detect gestational diabetes. It is a very simple tests as in the patient need not fast and the pregnant patients if they are kept fasting or a long time they keep on vomiting and the develop gastritis and they are not even able to withstand their hunger and after that if glucose is given they start vomiting. So this is a very patient friendly and one step method to detect gestational diabetes. Before there as a test called as glucose tolerance tests for pregnant patients, wherein the pregnant patients used to take low carbohydrate diet for 3 days, come to the lab on empty stomach, first give their blood for fasting blood sugar, the give 100 grams of glucose and thin the blood as drawn after the first hour, second hour and the third hour and in all these 3 hours they were not supposed to eat and drink this was a very cumbersome and most patient unfriendly tests but this oral glucose challenge test has become a very easy. Patient friendly, easy and reliable method"
Normal range for Gestational Diabetes Test| HbA1c | Pregnancy Diabetes Test | Dr. Poornima Murthy
"Gestational diabetes is usually screened using a test called as oral glucose challenge test between 6th and the 7th month that is about 24 to 26 weeks and when the patient books with us about 6 to 8 weeks the screening tests would be fasting blood sugars and HbA1c, that is glycosylated haemoglobin. This HbA1c indicates that her blood sugars for the past 3 months. So FBS combined with HbA1c will screen her for overt diabetes , that is if the diabetes was present in her before even she fell pregnant. Any fasting blood sugar below 90 and HbA1c below 6 indicates she was not diabetic before she fell pregnant. When we come to oral glucose challenge test that is done between 6th and the 7 th month that is about 24 to 26 weeks, the upper limit for the cut off is about 140 mg per decilitre. So any level above 140 mg per decilitre, indicates that she is having gestational diabetes"