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Help! There’s a Woman Going into Labour Right in Front of me! – Emergency births and what to do when you’re caught witnessing one. April 11, 2017 in

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, the internet has recently been trending with some very interesting baby births - absolutely unplanned ones! The latest to catch our eye was baby Kadiju who was born aboard a Turkish Airlines flight, at about 42,000 ft, when her mother went into labour

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Help! There’s a Woman Going into Labour Right in Front of me! – Emergency births and what to do when you’re caught witnessing one.
Dear Husband, PMS is Real April 6, 2017 in

Disclaimer: This article is entirely factual, and is intended specifically for sceptics (read: husbands) of PMS. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely deliberate. Ladies, let’s face it. PMS is real. It isn’t some condition that we concoct, just so we can gallivant around town

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Dear Husband, PMS is Real
Open Hysterectomy – Understanding What It Means April 6, 2017 in

An open hysterectomy, otherwise known as an abdominal hysterectomy, is a surgery that involves the removal of the uterus, by detaching it from the fallopian tubes, ovaries and upper vagina, and then extracting it through a slit in the abdomen. It plugs the monthly menstrual cycle, and marks an end

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Open Hysterectomy – Understanding What It Means
Introducing Your Daughter to Periods April 6, 2017 in

Growing up is hard – on parents. You never quite know where the time went, do you? You don’t remember when your baby’s interests shifted from birthday parties to slumber parties; from trains and toys to pre-teen boys. But somewhere through the years, between the skinned knees and the million

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Introducing Your Daughter to Periods
The Psychology of Depression April 6, 2017 in

Depression A condition of mental disturbance, typically marked by a lack of energy, decline in concentration levels and reduced interest in daily life. Frequently, a combination of genetic, psychological and environmental factors contributes to the onset of depression. Depression affects many people, for whom feelings of worthlessness, despair, and sadness overwhelm daily

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The Psychology of Depression
Demystifying Cervical Cancer March 16, 2017 in Health

Cancer is wonderful – as a star sign on the zodiac. And yet, in recent times, we’ve come to associate the word with something more noxious, a term that makes us wince in fear and trepidation. Many a time, this fear is deep-seated in unawareness, lack of information and unfamiliarity with

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Demystifying Cervical Cancer
My Story – When I Missed My Period March 16, 2017 in Health

The first time I moved away from home, I got three things: a brand-new debit card, a roommate from hell, and a missed period. I had just started my MBA in Mumbai, and was floating through life on a whimsical cloud of newfound friendships, non-existent curfews and weekend jaunts around

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My Story – When I Missed My Period
When Am I Most Fertile? March 16, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Fertility

God was probably attending an Indian wedding when he designed the female anatomy. No, really. Think about it. Indian weddings are the perfect prelude to baby-making. The beats, the exciting beginning, the wait-for-it climax (the muhurat – what were you thinking?), and the exhausting end. But above all, the timing. Indian

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When Am I Most Fertile?
Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Postmenopausal Woman March 2, 2017 in

You’re finally on the other side. It’s a good place, this. It’s a place where hormones are on their best behaviour, and the hot flushes that used to consume your body have taken a permanent sabbatical. Life’s good, and you ought to thank menopause for it. Ok, you’re probably looking at

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Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Postmenopausal Woman
Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Woman in Her Forties March 2, 2017 in

You’re in your forties. Oh, the horror! Or not. It’s flaunted as the last decade of your biological prime. But who defines biology? Or for that matter, who defines prime? Menopause transition – or perimenopause – has always been a taboo subject. It’s a subject that is discussed in hushed whispers, like

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Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Woman in Her Forties
Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a New Mommy March 2, 2017 in Birthing Experience

Here; have a seat. You look tired. And slightly pooped (on). We get it. You’ve probably spent large parts of your night breastfeeding, and attending to your baby’s bum. You’re exhausted – and you inexplicably catch the slightest whiff of baby poop wherever you go – even in the shower. It’s

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Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a New Mommy
Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Teenage Girl March 2, 2017 in

Being in your teens is kind of strange. It’s a little bit like being in no man’s land. The adults haven’t quite accepted you as one of them. And the kids? Well, you’ve certainly accepted that you’re not one of them. Then there’s your body. You seem to be sprouting an

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Women’s Day Special – 6 Things You Should Know as a Teenage Girl
When Should You Start a Family? March 2, 2017 in Parenting

It’s a question that has haunted experts and critics for years. By experts, we mean wives, and by critics, we mean husbands. Obviously. Yet, even today, many couples are befuddled by the prospect of starting a family. Unlike previous generations, millennial couples are becoming ambassadors of family planning, preferring to pick the

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When Should You Start a Family?
The Pregnancy Alphabet March 2, 2017 in About Pregnancy

There’s a reason a baby belly is so big. It’s full of secrets and stories that supply an expecting momma with nine months’ worth of experiences – with each experience neatly wrapped in one of the 26 letters of the alphabet. It’s called the pregnancy alphabet – a unique glossary

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The Pregnancy Alphabet
Understanding Postpartum Depression March 2, 2017 in Birthing Experience

Okay, so you’ve just had a baby. Celebrations, cake and balloons should be in order. Only, you aren’t quite feeling the cheer. In fact, the nine months of joy, anticipation and excitement you felt during your pregnancy are now inverted into a sense of perennial gloom that seems to loom

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Understanding Postpartum Depression

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