0141-2622120, 2621929, 4109331 9AM - 9PM | 24 Hours EmergencyB-18, Prabhu Marg, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur

One stop solution to all female problems from infancy to old age

HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL provides you with world-class medical expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, a space filled with love and laughter and staff dedicated to the holistic well-being of you and your baby.
We at HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL are deeply committed to the highest standards of excellence in complete family care. We place utmost importance on the proper diagnosis and customized care for each individual. A dedicated team of experienced doctors guides the patients throughout the whole process of treatment from the first consultation till the delivery of the infant and discharge, and if required we provide home care also.

Our Doctors

  • Dr. Neetu Ahluwalia

    M.B.B.S, M.S (Obstetrician & Gynaecologist)

    30 Years Experience

  • Dr. Rana Harjit Singh

    M.B.B.S, D.L.O (ENT Specialist)

    30 Years Experience

  • Dr. Ashutosh Purohit

    M.S (General Surgery)

    20 Years Experience

  • Dr. Alok Mathur

    MD (Physician)

    25 Years Experience

  • Dr. Sheena Arora

    Physiotherapist (BPT / MPT) Fellowship in Orthopedic Rehabition

    11 Years Experience

Other Facilities Available


  • I had been visiting many clinicians for my bleeding problems at the age of 44. I had a big tumour in my uterus. We are thankful to Dr Neetu and her team of doctors for having performed laparoscopic surgery for uterus removal so effortlessly. I resumed my duties within two weeks of such a major surgery

  • We had been married for more than seven years and were strongly recommended by our friends to visit Dr Neetu Ahluwalia. She and her very professional team of doctors did our laparoscopy and guided us very smoothly to the journey from motherhood to parenthood. We are now blessed with a very cute baby. Thank you so much Dr Neetu Ahluwalia

  • My husband and I are indebted to Dr Neetu Ahluwalia and the entire team of Holy Family Hospital to help us getting in what we had dreamed. I had many pregnancy complications like diabetes, a very very weak uterus and gross itching throughout the pregnan. They managed my entire journey of pregnancy to motherhood with such dedication and commitment that today we are blessed with lovely baby. I very strongly recommend Dr Neetu and I am very grateful to her.

Frequently asked questions about Infertlity

What is Infertlity?

Most experts define infertility as not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Women who are able to get pregnant but then have repeat miscarriages are also said to be infertile.

Pregnancy is the result of a complex chain of events. In order to get pregnant:

– A woman must release an egg from one of her ovaries (ovulation).
– The egg must go through a fallopian tube toward the uterus (womb).
– A man’s sperm must join with (fertilize) the egg along the way.
– The fertilized egg must attach to the inside of the uterus (implantation).

Infertility can result from problems that interfere with any of these steps.

Is infertility just a woman's problem?

No, infertility is not always a woman’s problem. In about one-third of cases, infertility is due to the woman (female factors). In another third of cases, infertility is due to the man (male factors). The remaining cases are caused by a mixture of male and female factors or by unknown factors.

What are common causes of infertility in women?

Problems with ovulation account for most cases of infertility in women. Without ovulation, there are no eggs to be fertilized. Some signs that a woman is not ovulating normally include irregular or absent menstrual periods.

Less common causes of fertility problems in women include:

– Blocked fallopian tubes due to pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or surgery for an ectopic pregnancy
– Physical problems with the uterus
– Uterine fibroids

How does age affect a woman's ability to have children?

Aging decreases a woman’s chances of having a baby in the following ways:

– The ability of a woman’s ovaries to release eggs ready for fertilization declines with age.
– The health of a woman’s eggs declines with age.
– As a woman ages, she is more likely to have health problems that can interfere with fertility.
– As a women ages, her risk of having a miscarriage increases.

When should you consult us?

Most healthy women under the age of 30 shouldn’t worry about infertility unless they’ve been trying to get pregnant for at least a year. At this point, women should talk to their doctors about a fertility evaluation.

In some cases, women should talk to us sooner. Women in their 30s who’ve been trying to get pregnant for six months should speak to their doctors as soon as possible. A woman’s chances of having a baby decrease rapidly every year after the age of 30. So getting a complete and timely fertility evaluation is especially important.

Some health issues also increase the risk of fertility problems. So women with the following issues should speak to us as soon as possible:

– Irregular periods or no menstrual periods
– Very painful periods
– Endometriosis
– Pelvic inflammatory disease
– More than one miscarriage

No matter how old you are, it’s always a good idea to talk to su before you start trying to get pregnant. Doctors can help you prepare your body for a healthy baby. They can also answer questions on fertility and give tips on conceiving.

Why choose Holy Family Hospital

We give birth to mothers and not just children. We have delivered over 10000 women in the past 25 years and hence have the experience of handling all types of pregnancies and associated complications.
Holy Family offers an entire package of delivery in a very soothing environment coupled with counseling sessions, antenatal classes, and dietary supervision.
We also organize fun sessions periodically with the proud mothers.
Baby once delivered is in very safe hands of our experienced pediatricians.

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Pregnancy Checklist from Week 1 - 36



  • Choose an OB/GYN & schedule first prenatal appointment
  • Start taking prenatal vitamins to help both you and the baby stay healthy
  • Get all immunizations, including tetanus booster, rubella and chicken pox on time


  • The baby’s little heart will start beating by the fourth week
  • Baby is about the size of a large grape by week 8

WEEKS 8-12


  • Get screenings done for chromosomal or genetic disorders
  • Get adequate rest and sleep


  • The ultrasound can now reveal the baby’s heart beating
  • Baby’s major organs have started to form

WEEKS 12-16


  • Inform your family and office and start planning your maternity leave


  • Baby can now suck his or her thumb & grab the umbilical cord
  • Baby is capable of and making facial expressions

WEEKS 16-20


  • Schedule your mid-pregnancy ultrasound
  • Consult your doctor. Baby’s growth cause heartburn


  • Baby is learning how to kick

WEEKS 20-24


  • Start with 30-45 minutes of moderate exercise every day, like walking, swimming or yoga
  • Hormones can increase oil production so keep your skin clear with a gentle face cleanser


  • Baby now has unique fingerprints
  • Baby’s can now hear your voice, so start talking to them

WEEKS 24-28


  • Get all your regular medical checks done
  • Moisturizing 3-4 times a day with cocoa butter lotion will help get rid of stretch marks


  • Baby will grow fast between weeks 26-29 & will gain a lot of baby fat
  • Baby’s immune system begins to develop

WEEKS 28-32


  • Prepare your birth plan with your doctor or midwife. It is the right time to begin.


  • Baby only weighs 2-3 pounds and is 14-17 inches long
  • Baby now feels and often reacts to loud music & fast movements

WEEKS 32-36


  • Prepare your hospital bag to stay prepared.
  • Consult the doctor more often now and get answers to all your questions.


  • Baby has learned how to blink
  • With less room, Baby may start to squirm to get more comfortable



  • Prepare everything for the baby’s arrival at home.
  • Consult the doctor and mid wife.
  • Recognize the signs of labor- contractions, water breaking & nesting.


  • Baby gains half anounce of fat per day
  • Baby changes position to prepare for birth




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