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Best Delivery Hospital in Jaipur for Better Birthing Place


One of our basic needs is a good hospital. Wherever we stay, we look for a good hospital nearby. A hospital is similar to a safety valve in a pressure vessel. The simplest, common and domestic pressure vessel we can think of is the pressure cooker. It should and legally too have a safety valve, but we pray it should never get a chance to function. Similarly, we dislike to go to a hospital, but we cannot avoid. Even if God bless us with flawless health throughout our life, we will have to go there for the birth of our child. Let us consider Jaipur. If we search for a Hospital in Jaipur, we will come across a long list. But if we search for the Best Hospital in Jaipur the list will get short. Now if you search for the Best Hospital in Jaipur for birthing, you will find the name of Cocoon Hospotel at the top of the list. How it has gained the top place is something to learn, for others.

The Cocoon Hospotel is renowned for its super luxury hotel like infrastructure, latest medical equipment used in birthing, the top most doctors attached to it, the transparent administration, ease of registration and admission, the care of the indoor persons. Practically there are no patients there. The consider the mother and the baby as healthy persons. The expecting couples should register themselves in Cocoon hospital for welcoming their beloved newborn in this world.

The Cocoon Hospotel is the most beautiful place with gardens, beautifully decorated exterior and interiors. The Polite and professional attitude of the welcome team at the welcome desk, the reputation of the obstetrics and gynaecologist working there. The single, luxury, super luxury rooms give comfortable stay within your capacity.
The facilities available in a house like a pharmacy, ultrasound, X-ray, path lab, water birthing pool, normal delivery room, Laparoscopic delivery room boost the confidence and faith of the expecting couple.

The cocoon hospotel, the Best Hospital in Jaipur for delivery gives the couple, peace of mind, expert medical support, and a beautiful and hygienic atmosphere. You won’t find a better birthing place at this price throughout the world.

Best of Luxury Hotels and Maternity Hospital in Jaipur

The making of a mother and a baby is a long process. A good pregnancy centre takes care of all the different stages of pregnancy.It is a medically and emotionally specialised function; as such the latest trend is exclusive pregnancy centres known as Maternity hospitals.

Like all big cities, in Jaipur also we can find the Best Maternity Hospital in Jaipur, pregnancy care centre in Jaipur, maternity hospital in Jaipur Rajasthan.One is Cocoon Hospotel. Cocoon Hospotel, has broken all boundaries in luxury and beauty that could be attached to pregnancy. It has clubbed the best of luxury hotels and maternity hospitals. Cafes, spa, luxury rooms, single rooms, deluxe rooms,etc. plus blood banks, best obstetricians, gynaecologists, plastic surgeons
In pre-pregnancy care, couples are briefed of healthy conceiving. Some common tests during pregnancy are:-
•    Mother’s blood test.
•    Ultrasound test.
•    Placenta hormone test.
•    Placenta protein test.

All the above are done in early pregnancy and called the first-trimester test. These tests ensure that there is no possibility of birth defect.
Then comes the late-stage tests; these are multiple blood tests medically known as multiple markers. Placenta hormones are also tested. Again all of these tests are to ascertain that the baby is free of genetic disorders. These are called second-trimester tests.
The pregnant mother is advised of healthy foods and pregnancy-specific exercises. This is a specific phase of life that has to be taken care by the Best Maternity Hospital in Jaipur, pregnancy care centre in Jaipur, a Maternity Hospital in Jaipur or the centre of your choice wherever you are.
Cocoon Hospotel tries that all deliveries are normal, you can opt for water birthing also. You have the option of laparoscopic surgical delivery also.
Post-delivery, there is the arrangement of ICU, plastic surgery, cosmetic surgery if the situation calls for. 

Increasing Trends in Infertility - Cocoon Hospotel

The problem of infertility has not given its due attention in India because it is not a life-threatening condition. Infertility is a life crisis with invisible losses, and its consequences aremanifold

Infertility means not being able to become pregnant after a year of trying. If a woman can get pregnant but keeps having miscarriages or stillbirths, that's also called infertility.
Infertility is fairly common. After one year of having unprotected sex, about 15 percent of couples are unable to get pregnant. About a third of the time, infertility can be traced to the woman. In another third of cases, it is because of the man. The rest of the time, it is because of both partners or no cause can be found.

Etiology of infertility varies from region to region and from one population to another and even from one locality to another within the same population. Childlessness has serious demographic, social and health implications. Hence an attempt has been made to get some approximation about levels and patterns of infertility and childlessness in India by using National Family Health Survey-2 (1998-1999) and National Family Health Survey-3 (2005-2006) data. The study population consists of women aged 20-49 years married for ≥ 5 years. Age of women, age at first marriage, place of residence, standard of living, working status of women, and region are some of the variables related with the rate of infertility and childlessness. Infertility rate is high among women in urban areas. This may be due to lifestyle or a later age at first marriage. Considering religion, Muslims show the lowest infertility rate. Scheduled tribes have high infertility rate. With increasing levels of educational attainment among women, infertility rate increases. This can be related to the fact that with aspirations for attaining higher educational level, marriage is delayed as a result of which in confirmation with aforementioned causation factors (higher age at marriage, urban living style etc.), infertility rate is high among this sub group of population.

Today, around 15 per cent of the Indian population, both male and female, are infertile. Though in general the percentage of male infertility is on the rise, it cannot be avoided that both men and women in cities are prone to infertility due to their working style, said Dr Sunita Shishodia, Director Obstetrics and Gynaecology, at Cocoon Jaipur.

“We see a lot of cases of infertility on a monthly basis and every time we see that the complexity of infertility increases. Male infertility is mainly due to intoxication, it could be environmental or their lifestyle habits. While female infertility is due to disorders like polycystic ovaries or endometriosis that contributes to 25 per cent of infertility,” she said.
“When women are exposed to too much stress their hypothalamus is affected due to which they face irregular periods, which could also be due to PCOD, a disorder that is often found in women these days. Late marriages also contribute to this problem. So it is advised that women who are facing erratic changes in their menstrual cycle to consult a gynecologist at the earliest to prevent infertility,” said Dr Shishodia, who assures that the infertility could be treated.

She further said that the problem was more prevalent among the working class, especially those working in the IT sector. Reason: Psycho-sexual stress, which tends to be high in career-oriented people.Doctors who are pursuing their MD at PGI are aged between 25 and 30 years, which is considered to be the most fertile age. But, excessive working hours, stress and peer pressure does not allow them to lead a happy family life. She added that the problem was similar with city residents in every profession.

The menstrual cycle of women usually starts at the age of 13 and goes on till 50 years, and the fertility life span is from 18 to 35 years. Thus, 12 to 13 years before menopause, fertility is practically lost, and hardly 6-7 per cent women can conceive. After a person crosses the age of 30, fertility starts decreasing, and after 35 it decreases drastically.

Dr. SunitaShishodia
Director,Obstetrics and Gynecology
Cocoon, Jaipur 

A New Age One Stop Beauty Solution to all your Skin Problems!

Chemical peels speed up skin cell turnover essentially making them skin resurfacing and exfoliation agents. The basic aim of chemical peels is to replace the outer, dead layers of tired, sallow, blemished and wrinkled skin to reveal the underlying areas of fresher, younger looking skin. 

This is done simply enough by the application of a chemical peel to the skin that causes the top most layers to shed. Apart from the obvious advantage of skin cell re growth, it also promotes the generation of collagen in the skin. 

There are a variety of peels ranging from the superficial depth peels to the deep ones, each for a different set of indications. Peels contain a form of acidic compounds (AHAs), glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid or trichloroacetic acid (TCA), or a combination of a few varieties. Few peels are derived from fruits like glycolic peels ,the most commonly used ones, are derived from sugarcane , lactic peels are derived from milk so they are safe to be done even in pregnancy and while breastfeeding also .

Superficial depth peels can be repeated every 2 weeks and around 6 to 10 sittings are required for the desired effect, but the deeper ones have a longer lasting effect, so they should be repeated only after a consultation with our doctor.

Peels help in:
  • Dull skin
  • Pigmentations
  • Acne
  • Post acne marks
  • Sun damage
  • Sun spots
  • Fine lines
  • Dry skin
  • Tanned skin
  • Uneven rough textured skin

Basically peels are a new age one stop beauty solution to all your skin problems, they are affordable and the best way to achieve flawless skin, so what are you waiting for? Contact us for an appointment and look your best.

Dr. Mehak Kaushik
Cosmetologist, Cocoon