Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi, Navi Mumbai

Fortis Hiranandani Hospital Vashi, Mumbai

Plot No. 28, Juhu Chowpatty Marg, Juhu Nagar, Sector 10A, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400703, India

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Mon - Sun09:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Started serving in the early 2000s, Fortis is a leading hospital pan Asia-Pacific. The reputed hospitals are driven by the goal of becoming a leader in saving lives through their team of qualified doctors and trained nursing staff. Fortis Hiranandani Hospital located in Navi Mumbai is a multi speciality hospital offering a wide spectrum of advanced medical treatmen...
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48 Years Of Experience,


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Highly Recommended Doctor.
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Staff is quite cooperative.
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I am satisfied with the results of the consultation.
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If I talk about my consultation with doctor, it was satisfactory.

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This is the story of Niddhi, who started feeling something abnormal with her while she was going through her board exams for the 10th class. One night she had severe pain in her stomach that was going uncontrollable. Seeing that all were sleeping at that moment, Niddhi tried to go to sleep and have some rest. A few hours later, she slept with the pain and the pain disappeared in the morning. She talked about the same with her mother and received the answer that it was her last board exam so they will go to the doctor after the exam.

How did Niddhi receive help?

  • Niddhi’s parents became concerned about Niddhi’s health. They went to the general practitioner and asked for the reason for stomach pain. The doctor told Niddhi to take care of her underweight issues and drink some milk so that she could manage her health. Also, the doctor said that it could be a sign of menstrual age.

  • Niddhi went back home with some advice and a few medicines in her hand. But, her health issues did not sort out at this point.

  • It started hurting a lot in her stomach after a few days. Because of the stomach pain, she avoided having night dinner and had the medicines that the doctor gave to her.

  • Becoming concerned about their daughter’s health, this time the parents went to Fortis Hiranandani Hospital. Seeing the physical growth, the doctor of Fortis Hiranandani Hospital also suggested Niddhi have a better diet so that she could take care of her underweight issues.

  • After a few days, Niddhi again had stomach pain which made her go through convulsions. This time, Niddhi was admitted to the Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, where she received all her tests including a CT scan, MRI, blood tests, and a few other physical examinations.

  • Niddhi, who was 15 years old at the moment, was told that she was going through kidney stones, which was the primary reason behind her declining health. 

The parents were suggested to have immediate surgery with the child so that she could get free from daily stomach pain. Although Niddhi received every sort of help from the doctors and her parents, she became conscious of her health. She made it her habit to have lemonade in her water bottle all the time while going to school. Over the past 20 years, kidney stones have become a prevalent disease, affecting teens and premature children. It becomes stressful when it doesn't come out in natural ways.

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Fortis Hiranandani Hospital, Vashi, Navi Mumbai