SERVICES WE PROVIDE

Bringing a new life to an existence is one of the most precious moments of any parent’s life. At KIMS Cuddles, we strive to make those precious moments of a mother even more memorable and cherishing through our services.

Breathing Techniques

Shortness of breath which is sudden becomes a severe issue for pregnant women. At, KIMS Cuddles, our team of expert help you combat this issue. They will display all the best pract...

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Cooking For Your Wife

This is a special class for husbands to cook delicious recipes for their pregnant wife. After attending this class be rest assured to be remarked as a good husband. Also, provide y...

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Diagnosis Of Pre-Existing Diseases

Pre-existing diseases are not directly related to the pregnancy but can cause risk during the pregnancy. We have state of the art facilities for diagnosing and treating them....

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Introduction To Stem Cell

Stem cells are found in human body which have an ability to divide continuously. Our experts will guide you on why using this developmental and regeneration biology is a must not o...

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Lactation Counselling

Breastfeeding is considered as the most intimate bonding experience between a child and mother.It is a well known fact that in early days of a child, mother is the best source to p...

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Lamaze Classes

Lamaze teaches expecting parents healthy birth practices. It includes healthy pregnancy, labor and safe childbirth. Our experts have years of experience in guiding young parents on...

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Nutrition During Pregnancy Term Wise

Nutrition for pregnant women is critical for child growth. During gestation proper intake of protein and fluid is a must. Our trainer will help you find the best diet plan as per y...

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Painless Delivery

With KIMS Cuddles hundreds of women have a painless childbirth every day. With our experts you will get a complete guidance on painless childbirth. We use the best of epidural anae...

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Understanding Childbirth

Our experts will prepare for the birth of your newborn. This course is designed to help you understand Do’s and Dont’s of pregnancy, know what is happening inside your body and pre...

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Understanding Mood Swings And Beyond

This is a class exclusively done for dads. It is important for male partners to understand the changes happening inside their partners body. Our experts help them with techniques t...

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Understanding Signs Of Labor And Preparing For Labor

Labor is a telltale sign that baby is coming. So, it is imperative to prepare for labor as it is much more than just packing your hospital bag. Our expert will tell you what all st...

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Doctor Videos


Dr. Vasundara Cheepurupalli, 9 Months Full Term Care, Antenatal Care, Colposcopy, Fertility Services, Fitness & Care, Gynaecology Services, Hi-Risk Pregnancy, Laparoscopy Procedures, Maternity services, Obstetrics, Painless Delivery, PCOD Specialty centre, VBAC, Woman Health Services


Dr. Vasundara Cheepurupalli, 9 Months Full Term Care, Antenatal Care, Fertility Services, Fitness & Care, Gynaecology Services, Hi-Risk Pregnancy, Maternity services, Obstetrics, Painless Delivery, Preconception, Pregnancy Nutrition, VBAC, Woman Health Services


Dr. Vasundara Cheepurupalli, 9 Months Full Term Care, Antenatal Care, Fertility Services, Fitness & Care, Gynaecology Services, Hi-Risk Pregnancy, Maternity services, Obstetrics, Painless Delivery, Pregnancy Nutrition, VBAC, Woman Health Services


Dr. Vasundara Cheepurupalli, 9 Months Full Term Care, Antenatal Care, Fertility Services, Fitness & Care, Gynaecology Services, Hi-Risk Pregnancy, Maternity services, Obstetrics, Painless Delivery, Pregnancy Nutrition, VBAC, Woman Health Services


Dr. Vasundara Cheepurupalli, 9 Months Full Term Care, Antenatal Care, Fertility Services, Fitness & Care, Gynaecology Services, Hi-Risk Pregnancy, Maternity services, Obstetrics, Painless Delivery, Pregnancy Nutrition, VBAC, Woman Health Services

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21 February, 2023

5 important benefits of prenatal care that every mom-to-be must know

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Prenatal care is the health care you and your unborn gets during the period of pregnancy. It is also a procedure which allows you to have good nutrition and health habits before and during pregnancy. The important goal of prenatal care is to accommodate pregnant women with regular check-ups and check both the mother and child health.  Before you opt for your prenatal care, check these 5 important benefits that every mom-to-be must know.  Reduced risk of birth defects and pregnancy complications Prenatal care’s primary role and responsibility are to reduce the risk of birth defects and pregnancy complications for a safe labour. Most of the pregnancies are normal and healthy, but detecting a pregnancy complication on rare accounts can be difficult on your own. In such a scenario, prenatal care will do the job for you. Regular meetups with the doctor will help you analyze such difficulties. Analyze the baby growth and development  Yes, the challenging part of the pregnancy is guessing the baby’s health. It is quite difficult to analyze baby growth from the general lookout of the mother. Prenatal care will allow you to explore the baby’s growth and development at every stage and help you with the appropriate process.  Personal health progress and lifestyle tips A prenatal check-up is not all about the baby’s health and growth; it also addresses your personal health and growth. Your body will undergo many changes during the process and requires equal attention. Necessary guidance will be provided to ensure your health is hale and sound. Prenatal care will allow you to know the lifestyle tips that will make your pregnancy period more smooth and joyful. Regular testing opportunities  Regular prenatal checks will allow you to take up the necessary testing. These tests include scans and checking of the foetus for the conditions that might affect the baby’s health. They will help in measuring the position and growth of your baby inside the womb. Nutrition care  Apart from the general lifestyle changes, the nutritional needs of your body change. Eating healthy and avoiding some foods is vital for a successful pregnancy. Your doctor will provide you with important dietary information during prenatal visits.  The importance of prenatal care cannot be expressed enough. Having guided person taking care of your growth and baby development will relieve you. They reduce your mental stress and assures you of a happy and safe pregnancy!!  *Information shared here is for general purpose. Please take doctors’ advice before taking any decision.

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10 April, 2017

Baby Blues: Prepartum and Postpartum Depression

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Pregnancy is a time when there is a lot of hormonal activity going on. While many women may be glowing with happiness, for some, it can be a time of intense, negative emotions- called postpartum depression. It is often difficult to differentiate between hormonal imbalances and signs of depression. We, at KIMS Cuddles, help you to understand depression, during and after pregnancy. Prepartum or Prenatal Depression Although postpartum depression is widely recognized and discussed, many women experience symptoms of depression during pregnancy. This is known as Prepartum or Prenatal depression. According to a study, almost 70% of women have experienced one or more symptoms of prenatal depression. Diagnosis of this kind of depression is difficult because their symptoms are similar to that of a normal pregnancy. But when left untreated, depression can be harmful to both mother and the fetus. If you’ve been feeling three or more of the following symptoms for more than two weeks, talk to your doctor for treatment options: Feeling a sense of guilt, worthlessness or hopelessness. Constant fatigue or being low on energy Inability to concentrate Lack of interest in activities that you usually enjoy Trouble sleeping or feeling sleepy all the time Change in eating habits Change in weight (weight gain or weight loss) Recurring thoughts about death or suicide Treatment When left untreated, depressed mothers have a higher risk of birth complications and premature birth, and their babies may face lower birth weights, cognitive and language delays and other behavioral problems. It is important to seek help immediately. Your doctor may recommend treatments that may include: Psychotherapy – Your doctor might refer you to a trained mental health professional. Regular sessions of psychotherapy have been found to be effective in managing depression. Local support groups – Some places have local support groups that help in the process of recovery. You can check online to find similar groups around you. Medications – If you need to be put on antidepressants, there needs to be collaboration between your gynecologist and your mental health professional. Many antidepressants aren’t recommended during pregnancy, but your doctors may be able to prescribe what is suitable for you. Exercise and Balanced Diet – Regular exercising and wholesome diet can boost your mental health. Postpartum Depression It is said that between 40-80% of all new mothers experience baby blues. It is an emotional state of unhappiness, worry, self-doubt and fatigue, which may be caused due to hormonal changes as well. Baby blues typically go away within a week or two. If the emotions feel more intense and you feel incapacitated even after two weeks, it might be Postpartum Depression. It is difficult to differentiate between clinical depression and normal stress of new parenthood. Studies indicate that at least 10% of all new mothers are affected by postpartum depression. The symptoms may include: Feeling extreme sadness, emptiness or hopelessness Feeling angry or irritable Crying all the time Trouble falling asleep or staying awake Loss of enjoyment in regular activity Restlessness or sluggishness Feeling guilty or worthless Difficulty in concentration or making decisions Feeling that life isn’t worth living Avoiding family and friends Worrying obsessively about your baby In rare cases, women with postpartum depression may get delusional and even harm their babies. This is known as postpartum psychosis. Treatment Women who are feeling suicidal or have constant thoughts of hurting their baby, need urgent medical attention. Postpartum depression may range from mild to severe. Depending on the severity, your doctor may suggest appropriate line of treatment, which is similar to the treatment for prepartum depression, as discussed above. However, some women with severe depression may not respond well to psychotherapy, support groups or medication. In such cases, doctors might suggest electroconvulsive therapy (ECT). If you’re feeling depressed or anxious, know that you’re not alone – and that several women around the world have faced it. Our doctors at KIMS Cuddles will do everything in their capacity to help you deal with prenatal and postpartum depression. *The opinions expressed in this article are not to be substituted for medical advice under any circumstance

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