These issues might be weighing on your mind:
“I don’t trust a public hospital to take care of me properly”
“Can I trust a newer doctor with delivering my child?”
“Can my doctor handle complications during childbirth?”
Recognised by his peers as an expert in childbirth. Dr. Tan Poh Kok is a perfect choice for any expecting mother that is looking for a gynaecologist they can trust.
Comfortable clinic, affordable packages and no hidden costs.
Peace of mind is the most important thing for an expecting mother. At PK Women’s Clinic, you can rest assured that you and your baby are in good hands.
Being a new mother has its challenges. We understand your struggles and treat all our patients with empathy and sympathy.
No aspect of your pregnancy is beneath our concern. Feel free to speak your mind about any of your worries and we will do our best to dispel them.
Weeks 4 to 28 – 1 visit a month
Weeks 28 to 36 – 1 prenatal visit every 2 weeks
Weeks 36 to 40 – 1 prenatal visit every week
At PK Women’s Clinic, we are highly discreet and your personal information is kept in good hands. Dr. PK Tan will ask you about your:
a) Menstrual cycle
b) Lifestyle (smoking, drinking, medication use)
c) History of previous pregnancies and
d) Calculate your EDD using their pregnancy wheel
With proper diagnosis and treatment, most women with gestational diabetes can have healthy pregnancies and babies. However, poorly controlled gestational diabetes can result in complications that affect both mother and baby.
Risks for the baby:
High birth weight.
Low blood sugar.
Breathing difficulties after birth.
Jaundice (yellowing of the skin).
Obesity or Type 2 diabetes later in life.
Adopting a healthy diet and exercising regularly are crucial to managing gestational diabetes. Women with gestational diabetes will also have to monitor their blood glucose levels at home using a glucometer. Some patients may require additional medication, such as oral tablets and injections, for the rest of the pregnancy.
An ultrasound scan will be done each visit to check on the growth of your baby.
Blood tests will be done to check for:
a) Red blood count as anaemia, due to iron deficiency, is common in pregnancy
b) Blood type and rhesus status to ensure that the chance of your body rejecting your baby is low
d) Hepatitis B
f) HIV and
Yes, it includes the test for the baby’s gender, unless you specifically do not want the test.
Yes, you will be given an Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) that will be conducted at between 24 and 28 weeks of pregnancy.
Dr. PK will walk you through each and every step of your pregnancy, explaining and answering all questions or doubts you will have. Every worry, no matter how small, is of legitimate concern to Dr. PK and his staff.
Serving expecting mothers for over two decades, PK Women’s Specialist Clinic, headed by Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Dr. Tan Poh Kok (1991 graduate of the National University of Singapore; a 1998 specialist graduate of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology (UK)) is a modern women’s care facility that provides compassionate, professional care that focuses as much on your peace of mind as we do your body and health
Dr. PK Tan believes first and foremost in building up a culture of comfort and trust with his patients, using only efficacious and scientifically proven gynaecological techniques and procedures.
Designed to be affordable yet providing all the care needed to ensure a smooth
pregnancy, this package is specially designed for the first time parents that want to put their attention on preparing for the great and wonderful changes in life ahead.
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