Family Planning Counselling.



Women’s Empowerment and Reproductive Health Initiatives

ABORTION: There are two ways of ending a pregnancy: in-clinic abortion and the abortion pill. Both are safe and very common. If you’re pregnant and thinking about abortion, you may have lots of questions. We’re here to help.

We are a Government of India registered and recognised official centre for medical termination of pregnancy. We strictly follow the PC-PNDT act and do not perform gender selection tests of any kind at our centre.

Depending on where you live, there may be age restrictions or waiting period  to get an abortion. You can ask about these when you call to make your appointment. All abortions are very safe, but it may be harder to find a health care provider who will do an abortion after the 12th week of pregnancy, so it’s best to try to have your abortion as soon as possible.

We get a lot of international patients especially from Gulf countries(GCC),UAE,Saudi Arabia,Kuwait,Jordan etc.International patients are adviced to email us on regarding all your medical details before arriving.Carry your passport to the hospital we will make a copy of it as is mandatory under government rules.

Many patients visit for a day and return the same night. However in case of persistent bleeding etc, we suggest you keep provision for overnite stay. We also can suggest accommodation in nearby hotels.

We accept major credit cars(Masters/Visa).AmEx is not accepted. Cheques have to be cleared before start of the treatment. We do not accept foreign currencies.

The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971 (MTP Act) was enacted in India to reduce the mortality and morbidity associated with unsafe abortions. It entitles women access to safe abortion services under certain specific conditions. The MTP Act lays down the criteria for which a pregnancy can be terminated, by whom, where and up to which gestational age. MTP is performed by qualified health providers using surgical methods or medical abortion drugs (mifepristone and misoprostol)

Provisions Under PC&PNDT Act: The PNDT Act, 1994, amended and renamed as the PC&PNDT Act in 2003 was enacted with the following objectives: l: to provide for the prohibition of sex selection, before or after conception; 2- for regulation of pre-natal diagnostic techniques for the purposes of detecting genetic abnormalities or metabolic disorders or chromosomal abnormalities or certain congenital malformations or sex-linked disorders; 3- for the prevention of their misuse for sex determination.

Birth Control Methods

Birth control is how you prevent pregnancy before it begins. There are lots of different methods that work really well and are easy to use. So, ready to stop worrying about pregnancy? We’re here to help you figure it all out.We take detailed medical history and then prescribe the right contraception for you.



Dr.Priti Samir Vyas

Dr. Priti has also been continually involved with guiding married couples in her practice of fertility. She has given lectures on Family Happiness, Teenagers Sexual development, Family Relationships at various medical conferences...

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