Caesarean Section in New Delhi

Caesarean section or colloquially called as C-section is a type of delivery rampantly recommended and used for operating on pregnant women in current times.

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Caesarean Section Hospitals in New Delhi
Kalawati Kaustubh Hospital Pvt Ltd

Kalawati Kaustubh Hospital Pvt Ltd
Cost of Caesarean Section: 60000.00

2, Inder Enclave,
New Delhi, Delhi 110087
011-25257540
Tyagi Nursing Home

Tyagi Nursing Home
Cost of Caesarean Section: 35000.00

66/4, Ashok Nagar,
New Delhi, Delhi
011-25493866,011-25134083
Shanti Mukand Hospital

Shanti Mukand Hospital
Cost of Caesarean Section: 55000.00

2 Institutional Area Vikas Marg Extn. Opp. Railway Reservation Centre
New Delhi, Delhi
011-47276600
Braham Shakti Sanjivani Hospital

Braham Shakti Sanjivani Hospital
Cost of Caesarean Section: 48000.00

Opp. Telephone Exchange, Delhi Rohtak Road,
New Delhi, Delhi 124507
01276-236666,01276-231336
Shakuntala Hospital

Shakuntala Hospital
Cost of Caesarean Section: 26500.00

Bank Colony, G.T.Road,
New Delhi, Delhi 201201
01232-231220
Divya Prastha Hospital

Divya Prastha Hospital
Cost of Caesarean Section: 43000.00

Main Road, Opp. Bagh Wala School, Palam Colony, Dwarka,
New Delhi, Delhi 110045
011-25365960, 011-25364402

The C-section delivery procedure commences with an IV(Intravenous) tube being inserted into the woman's arm for administering medicines and fluid into the body. Further, a catheter is inserted into the bladder for removing urine for a single day. Anesthesia is then given to the expecting mother to desensitize her stomach and feet. Initially, the gynecologist makes an incision into the abdomen. Next, a vertical or horizontal second incision in the uterus above the pubic line is made. Through this incision, the baby is removed. After taking it out the baby's nose and mouth are cleaned which allows it to breathe properly. The obstetrician then stitches up the uterus.

C-section delivery is advised by obstetricians under following circumstances: