- Mai Tower, Office Building, 10th Floor, Suite 1008, Al Nahda 1, Opposite Al Ma'arif School, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Dr. Nada A Hamza Clinic Al Nahda Dubai
Dr. Nada A Hamza Clinic Al Nahda Dubai – Dr.Nada.A.Hamza Clinic is specialized on obstetrics, gynecology and infertility with a mission to provide high quality healthcare to the women of Dubai and the UAE.
Our concern is your good health, which is a product of the interaction among all the systems of your body, not just the reproductive organs. This is why your first visit includes a complete medical history and physical exam. It not only serves to detect associated or unsuspected illnesses but serves as a baseline for future examinations.
Gynecology literally means ‘the science of women’, but in medicine this is the specialty of diseases of the female reproductive system (uterus, vagina and ovaries).
The health of women as caregivers; mothers, daughters and sisters is critical to thriving families and communities. With that in mind, we aim to make sure that all women have access to the tools they need to maintain their health, to improve their health or to navigate the health system when their health is compromised.
Our patients and clients are the focus of our attention, their problems become ours as long as history taken, our honesty goes without say, our patients are our extended family. Be assured as you will be in good hands and will be given much more care, attention and respect than expected.
• To be one of the best obstetrics, gynecology and infertility clinic in United Arab Emirates by being patient focused, understanding the pain, need and providing excellent, compassionate and competent health care.
• To provide patients with excellent care, compassion and humanity.
• To provide high quality, superior, accessible, cost-effective service.
• To provide atmosphere that promotes awareness, quality and caring as well as respect for confidentiality.
• To meet the needs and expectations of UAE through comprehensive service.
Our Values represent the philosophy and beliefs of our organization
• Patient Care
• Human Dignity
• Pride of Achievement
• Social Responsibility
• Excellence & Trust
• Commitment & Compassion
• Community of service
In obstetric practice, an obstetrician or midwife sees a pregnant woman on a regular basis to check the progress of the pregnancy, to verify the absence of ex-novo disease, to monitor the state of preexisting disease and its possible effect on the ongoing pregnancy. A woman’s schedule of antenatal appointment varies according to the presence of risk factors, such as diabetes, and local resources.
3D ultrasound of 3-inch (76 mm) fetus (about 14 weeks gestational age)
Fetus at 17 weeks
Fetus at 20 weeks
Some of the clinically and statistically more important risk factors that must be systematically excluded, especially in advancing pregnancy, are pre-eclampsia, abnormal placentation, abnormal fetal presentation and intrauterine growth restriction. For example, to identify pre-eclampsia, blood-pressure and albuminuria (level of urine protein) are checked at every opportunity.
Placenta praevia must be excluded (PP = low lying placenta that, at least partially, obstructs the birth canal and therefore warrants elective caesarean delivery); this can only be achieved with the use of an ultrasound scan. However, early placenta praevia is not alarming; this is because as the uterus grows along the pregnancy, the placenta may still move away. A placenta praevia is of clinical significance as from the 28th week of gestation. The current management includes a caesarean section. The type of caesarean section is determined by the position (anterior or posterior) of the placenta.
In late pregnancy fetal presentation must be established: cephalic presentation (head first) is the norm but the fetus may present feet-first or buttocks-first (breech), side-on (transverse), or at an angle (oblique presentation).
Intrauterine growth restriction is a general designation where the fetus is smaller than expected when compared to its gestational age (in this case, fetal growth parameters show a tendency to drop off from the 50th percentile eventually falling below the 10th percentile, when plotted on a fetal growth chart). Causes can be intrinsic (to the fetus) or extrinsic (maternal or placental problems).
Gynaecology is typically considered a consultant specialty. In some countries, women must first see a general practitioner (GP; also known as a family practitioner (FP)) prior to seeing a gynaecologist. If their condition requires training, knowledge, surgical technique, or equipment unavailable to the GP, the patient is then referred to a gynaecologist. In the United States, however, law and many health insurance plans allow/force gynaecologists to provide primary care in addition to aspects of their own specialty. With this option available, some women opt to see a gynaecological surgeon without another physician’s referral.
As in all of medicine, the main tools of diagnosis are clinical history and examination. Gynaecological examination is quite intimate, more so than a routine physical exam. It also requires unique instrumentation such as the speculum. The speculum consists of two hinged blades of concave metal or plastic which are used to retract the tissues of the vagina and permit examination of the cervix, the lower part of the uterus located within the upper portion of the vagina.
Gynaecologists typically do a bimanual examination (one hand on the abdomen and one or two fingers in the vagina) to palpate the cervix, uterus, ovaries and bony pelvis. It is not uncommon to do a rectovaginal examination for complete evaluation of the pelvis, particularly if any suspicious masses are appreciated. Male gynaecologists may have a female chaperone for their examination. An abdominal and/or vaginal ultrasound can be used to confirm any abnormalities appreciated with the bimanual examination or when indicated by the patient’s history.
We offer assistance with:
• Counseling for women with impaired fertility
• Support groups for women experiencing fertility issues
• Investigation of infertility
• Treatment to resolve conditions which affect fertility – this includes vasectomy reversal and fallopian tube surgery
• Assistance for couples to achieve a pregnancy through IVF, artificial insemination, donor insemination and ovulation induction
• Protecting fertility prior to treatments which may damage fertility, such as chemotherapy
• Laparoscopy and laser treatment for endometriosis
• Abnormal uterine bleeding and menstrual disorders
• Menstrual problems and painful period
• Ovarian cysts
• Low back pain gynecologic ally related
• Polycystic ovarian syndrome
• Hormonal disorders
• Cervical erosion
• Abnormal female hair growth usually hormonal disorder
• Uterine fibroids various methods of treatment
Dr. Nada A Hamza Clinic
Mai Tower, Office Building, 10th Floor, Suite 1008, Al Nahda 1, Opposite Al Ma’arif School, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone Number: 04-265-6611
Fax Number: 04-265-5991