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Dr Jasmine Mohd undefined
Dr Jasmine Mohd
MBBS, MMed, MRCOG, FAMS

WC Cheng & Associates

339 Thomson Road #01-01 Thomson Medical Centre Singapore 307677

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Dr. Jasmine Mohd received her MBBS from the National University of Singapore in 2000 and obtained post-graduate qualifications in Master of Medicine (O&G) and Membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK.

Dr Jasmine is currently Vice President in the College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Singapore and council member in the Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society of Singapore. Her last held position in KK Hospital was that of Consultant in the Minimally Invasive Surgery Unit, Consultant Colposcopist in the Gynaecological Cancer Centre, and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Dr Jasmine runs a busy antenatal practice for expectant women. She is wholly supportive of breastfeeding efforts, and a natural approach to childbirth, including hypnotherapy techniques, having been certified as a Clinical Hypnotist with the London College of Clinical Hypnosis (LCCH). Dr Jasmine’s subspecialty is advanced laparoscopy (keyhole surgery), hysteroscopy and robotic surgery. She underwent advanced surgical training in robotic gynaecological surgery at the Mayo Clinic Arizona and spearheaded the implementation of the Robotic Surgery Program in KKH. She has admitting rights at Thomson Medical Centre, Mount Alvernia, Gleneagles, and Mount Elizabeth hospitals (Novena and Orchard).

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Ask Dr Jasmine Mohd: Childbirth and Labour

Childbirth can be terrifying, whether someone is a veteran mom of four or expecting for the first time. Join Dr Jasmine Mohd as she hosts a QnA session where she answers all the questions you have about childbirth and labour. 

Read her article here to get interesting first-hand insights on how gynaecologists manage their own pregnancies!

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What Does Natural Birth Mean, And Is It Really Better? A Gynaecologist Breaks It Down For You

Getting pregnant is a miracle, but the real challenge comes after that. Carrying a child to full term, and successfully delivering them takes a lot of hard work! Did you know that the in the 1800s, maternal mortality rate can go up to 40% of patients?

Well, here's the good news.Thanks to medical advancements, there's a 100-fold decline of death rate in women giving birth! However, pregnancy complications might still arise, so it's important that expectant mothers are well-equipped with such knowledge. 

Dr Jasmine Mohd, an experienced gynaecologist was invited to host a DxD Session. She answered a lot of reader questions on pregnancy, childbirth & labour. The session is still live, so feel free to ask her your question here

But first, here's some of her best advice. 

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How Do Gynaecologists Have Babies? 13 Essential Insights To How Doctors Manage Their Own Pregnancies

Let me first begin with a caveat that this post is solely based on the observations of my gynaecologist colleagues, and my own pregnancy/birthing experiences as a mummy of 3. The timespan of this was over 17 years, during the time I was first practising as a junior doctor, then as a gynaecologist consultant in Singapore.

At least 30 colleagues of mine have had babies over this time period, and for some, certainly more than once or twice.

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12 Top Tips About Giving Birth In Singapore, According To An Obstetrician

Most of obstetrics (labour and delivery) is usually uneventful, but when a problem arises, things can go downhill in the blink of an eye.

The role of your attending obstetrician and midwives is to react quickly in these situations to ensure the safety of you and your baby.

Here are my top tips for your pregnancy journey and giving birth, based on my personal experience helping mummies deliver babies in Singapore over the last 13 years!

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The Essential Guide To Abortions In Singapore (2018)

1 in 3 women worldwide will have an abortion in their lifetime. This in-depth guide answers all the most common questions about getting an abortion in Singapore.

I hope to help dispel some of the myths surrounding abortions in Singapore by addressing the concerns that women raise at my clinic.

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Technically the term natural vaginal delivery in obstetrics refers to the spontaneous birth of a fetus as opposed to an assisted vaginal birth which means being assisted with forceps or vacuum. However in common usage these days a natural birth generally refers to an unmedicate...
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Of course.. you can change your mind anytime! Should you feel you need pain relief at any point in labour, it can and will be offered to you. The pain relief options in labour include nitrous oxide gas, intramuscular opioid injections as well as an epidural. They are all safe and d...
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Generally I tell my patients to come in should they develop regular intense contractions that last for approximately one minute and at a frequency of every five minutes or so; secondly if they develop any significant large amount of bleeding or if their waters break in particular i...
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Yes you can eat small snacks and drink in labour to keep your energy up. However I would avoid having heavy meals as you might feel nauseous and be more prone to vomiting when you do start bearing down in the second stage.
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For women in whom it's their first labour (primigravida) there will usually be some degree of tearing. Some first time mums are lucky and have no tear. For multipara (second time mums and above) tearing is usually minimal and some do not tear at all. This is because the soft tissue...
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Generally the consensus is that a natural tear is preferable to an episiotomy. In my practice most multiparae do not need an episiotomy. Quite a number of first time mums do not need one if they push well. However natural tears can also be irregular and extensive. In general, with ...
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Please do not worry. If you are afraid of pain there are many good pain relief options that are available to women in labour. The contraction forces in labour can be very intense. Some mums are able to manage this well without pain relief with breathing techniques and keeping calm ...
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Forceps delivery is sometimes necessary during the second stage when the mum gets too exhausted to push further or if there is significant concern about the baby for example fetal distress which requires the baby to be delivered immediately. I tend to choose forceps when I feel the...
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There are a myriad of complications that can occur. Generally the more common ones include Slow or arrested labour due to the cephalo-pelvic disproportion. This is usually in turn due to relatively large baby compared to the size of the bony maternal pelvis, and/or occip...
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Most women give birth lying down in a supine position (on their back). This is particularly the case if they are on epidural as they will not be able to manage alternative positions well. Some also give birth lying their sides. Alternative birthing positions include squatting and o...
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