Birthing Boutique


We provide a five star ambience with ultramodern rooms and hitech clinical services. A highly qualified and dedicated team of doctors, nurses and paramedical professionals have put in their efforts to make this Birthing Unit one of the best in India.

The Birthing Suite is designed with luxurious ambience and fits into the concept of a “Boutique Birthing Centre”. The birthing suites are private with an all in one labour, delivery and recovery room equipped with a state of art delivery bed. The room has an attached neonatal resuscitation bay. Music of your choice and a television are available during labour. Labour is monitored continuously with a cardiotocograph machine which will identify any aberration in the baby’s heart beat and the strength of uterine contractions facilitating timely interventions and avoiding undue complications for the mother and baby. A 24 hour anaesthetic and paediatric cover are available. Different forms of pain relief in labour are available from medication with nitrous gas to 100% pain free labour with epidural analgesia.

Prashanth Hospitals – Your Delivery Care Partner

Prashanth Feriltility Research Centre is committed to provide care for all women during their pregnancy. We are a centre of Excellence for Pregnancy Care. We guide you through all stages of pregnancy to delivery and beyond.

Our Team at Prashanth

Our consultant obstetricians are the leading practitioners in their field. We are the first choice of Mothers-to-be for their maternity care . As they can be certain that they will receive the highest quality specialist, pregnancy care.Prashanth hospitals is fully equipped luxury rooms and suites offer the ideal setting for this joyous moment, and will not, even for a second, let you feel like you are away from home.

Why Prashanth

  • Accommodating 180 beds including 60 ICU beds and 4 Operation theaters
  • State of the art infrastructure meeting international standards
  • Recognized by NABH
  • 24/7 availability of pharmacy, laboratory and ambulance services
  • Equipped with True Beam Stx, 3 Tesla MRI and robotic devices for surgical procedures
  • Equipped with special neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)
  • One of India’s best center for treatment of Infertility
  • Expecting mothers given antenatal and post natal counseling
  • Diagnostic facilities include MRI, CT scan, ultrasonography, radiology scan, mammography, etc.
  • Operation theaters equipped with latest devices and instrument
  • Laparoscopic surgeries performed, ensuring shorter recovery time
  • Doctors experienced to handle high risk pregnancies
  • Counseling sessions on family planning conducted
  • Great emphasis on maternal fetal medicine.Equipped with electronic fetal monitoring system
  • Preventive screening measures for various gynecological disorders carried out
  • Painless labor Facilities
  • Also caters to other needs of women belonging to different age groups.


After delivering happiness to 35,000+ mothers. We at Prashanth Hospitals , want to let you know that we are with you ; at this juncture when you prepare to take this big leap from two to begining a family. We are there before(to help you conceive ), during (have a healthy and safe pregnancy/delivery ) and after(support you from delivery to the growing years of your child) you have a baby . So the moment you find out you are expecting a child . Our aim is to work in partnership with you throughout your pregnancy, providing all of the services you will need, including full antenatal care, your preferred or medically-required delivery option, and of course, postnatal care.

  • Preconception Counselling
  • Ante- Natal Care
  • Recognized by NABH
  • High Risk Pregnancy
  • Pregnancy Complications


Vaginal or Normal Delivery

A vaginal delivery occurs when your baby is born through the birth canal otherwise known as the Vagina. There are three stages of labor that occur during a vaginal delivery. We recommend our expecting Mothers to plan for vaginal birth unless there is a medical reason for a cesarean. Your spose may accompany you during the delivery process.

Vaginal Birth After C section

When a expectant mother may have had a cesarean delivery (also called a C-section) before, but may be able to deliver the next baby vaginally. This is called vaginal birth after cesarean, or VBAC. When You and your doctor agree to try a VBAC, you will have what is called a “trial of labor after cesarean,” or TOLAC. This means that you plan to go into labor with the goal to deliver vaginally. But as in any labor, it is hard to know if a VBAC will work. You still may need a C-section. As many as 4 out of 10 women who have a trial of labor need to have a C-section.

Natural Birth – Ball /Water Birthing

In many cases one might want to go for home birth like experience but at the hospital under expert supervised care and presence of spouse which is similar to natural birthing options which means with the help of exercise, yoga or with a ball, aquatic or water birth where the gynaecolgists and the expert care team decides looking at the conditions whats apt. This can be discussed in advance and planned and all the preventive and necessary safety measures are also planned in cases where during the course with your consent if the situation demads a c sec or vaginal birth with vacuum or forceps might also be resorted to.

Vaginal Vacuum Extraction

A vacuum extraction may sometimes be necessary during the course of vaginal childbirth to aid smooth delivery. During vacuum extraction, a vacuum is applied (a soft or rigid cup with a handle and a vacuum pump) to the baby’s head to help guide the baby out of the birth canal.

Forceps Delivery

A forceps delivery comes in play when it is imperative to operate and deliver vaginally. In a forceps delivery, your gynaec applies forceps (an instrument shaped like a pair of large spoons or salad tongs) to the baby’s head to help guide the baby out of the birth canal.

Caesarean Delivery

A c-section, or cesarean section, is the delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. In certain circumstances, a c-section is scheduled in advance. In others, it’s done in response to an unforeseen complication.

Scheduled C- section

Sometimes it’s clear that a woman will need a c-section even before she goes into labor and this is discussed during the visits and the date is decided based on consent and comfort . This may be carried due to various reasons from patient choice to multiple births or some high risk pregnancy cases etc as case may be.

Emergency C- Section

The need for an emergency c-section under situations like

  • Continuing or inducing labor dangerous to you or your baby.
  • Cervix stops dilating or your baby stops moving down the birth canal, and attempts to stimulate contractions to get things moving again haven’t worked.
  • Baby’s heart rate gives your practitioner cause for concern, and baby can’t withstand continued labor or induction.
  • Umbilical cord slips through your cervix (a prolapsed cord). Demanding to be delivered immediately because a prolapsed cord can cut off his oxygen supply.
  • The placenta starts to separate from your uterine wall (placental abruption), which means your baby won’t get enough oxygen unless he’s delivered right away.
  • You have a genital herpes outbreak when you go into labor or when your water breaks (whichever happens first). Delivering your baby by c-section will help him avoid infection.

Painless Delivery

In some cases the threshold to bear pain may vary and you may choose to opt for a epidural induced delivery and in some epidural anaesthesia increases chances of having normal deliveries. Epidural anesthesia is the most popular method of pain relief during labor.