Dr Ann Tan is the first Singaporean to hold the Diploma of Fetal Medicine from the Fetal Medicine Foundation, an international body that accredits Fetal Maternal Medicine specialists. The former Chief of Fetal Maternal Medicine in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the Singapore General Hospital is a dedicated gynaecologist and obstetrician, with a keen interest in prenatal diagnosis and care of both mother and fetus. A devoted mother of three and dance enthusiast, she believes in public education, contributing regularly to lifestyle and motherhood periodicals and presenting papers at medical forums and congresses.
The ability to screen for anomalies will also improve and will get more complex; more understanding by both public and medical personnel are needed to comprehend what is desirable knowledge.
The ability to bring joy through the discovery of new life and seeing it through to the delivery of a healthy and wanted child.
Energetic, passionate, professional.
I always try to do my best for my patients.
Helping all mothers, particularly older women, achieve healthier pregnancies by using their own eggs that were saved when they were younger. Men can also use sperms in the same manner.
When babies have hair, mothers get heartburn.
Abnormal menstrual cycles due to hormonal upsets or abnormal vaginal discharge due to infections.
Choosing not to determine their fertility potential earlier when their menses start becoming more irregular and lighter. Ignorance is not bliss. Just get an Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) done.
Try again, but only if both partners are in it together — both have to pull their weight to ensure best-quality eggs and sperms.
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