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Obstetrics Blogs

Preparing for a baby can breed a lot of questions in your mind. That’s where we come in to help. We provide relevant information on how to promote the well-being of the pregnant mother, childbirth, and the postpartum period. We also touch on potential problems that may occur in either the mother or child.

We hope that you get these blogs enlightening wherever you are in your obstetric journey. 

12 Questions You’ve Been Aching to Ask About Labour

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12 Questions You’ve Been Aching to Ask About Labour

You’re probably reading this wondering what the final stretch will be like for you. You’ve read about labour in pregnancy or seen it played out in movies, often in exaggeration. But the real deal will always be different for everyone.  To help you shake off some...

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Why Express Colostrum Antenatally

Why Express Colostrum Antenatally

Transitioning to motherhood is no small task and you might even find yourself worried about how to start them out right. We worry about feeding a newborn right, that some even go on to commit to pure breastfeeding. Guess what, your body is already clued in on the task...

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Decoding The First Signs of Pregnancy

Decoding The First Signs of Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the interesting processes that could happen to a woman’s body. While there are expected milestones for the next nine months, the experience may vary for each expectant mom. In fact, each pregnancy may bring a different set of experiences for a...

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Dr Pamela Tan
About Dr Pamela Tan

Dr Pamela Tan is a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist in Singapore. She finished her undergraduate studies at the National University of Singapore and earned her post-graduate degree at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK. She is an accredited specialist by the Specialist Accreditation Board (Ministry of Health), and a fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. She subspecialises in colposcopy and is certified to perform Level 3 minimally invasive keyhole surgeries such as laparoscopic hysterectomy, myomectomy and cystectomy. Dr Pam also supports the natural birthing method and she strives to provide a personalised care and treatment for each patient.