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7 Pregnancy Questions to Ask Your Doctor January 31, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Poornima Gowda

Along with your bundle of joy, pregnancy comes with a mixture of emotions like excitement, worry, anxiety, and more. The responsibility of bringing a life into the world can be nerve-wracking and filled with millions of questions racing through your mind. Once you are expecting, it is entirely normal to

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7 Pregnancy Questions to Ask Your Doctor
A Different Kind of Bedside Manner: The Importance of Sexual Health Counselling January 31, 2019 in Health by Dr Meghana D Sarvaiya

Sexual health is seldom discussed; possibly why there’s so little awareness about it. And so little accountability for it. In a country where young adults are losing their virginity earlier than previous generations, sexual health is a subject that needs to take the spotlight. With movies, media and the internet producing

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A Different Kind of Bedside Manner: The Importance of Sexual Health Counselling
Tinkle Troubles: How to Break Free from Urinary Incontinence January 30, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Meghana D Sarvaiya

You’ve got guests gathered around the dinner table when one unleashes a side-splitting one-liner. Next thing you know, you’re in bouts of hysterical laughter. And you’ve got a river of urine flowing down your leg. Urinary incontinence is hard. It’s embarrassing. And it’s unpredictable. When you can’t be sure when your

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Tinkle Troubles: How to Break Free from Urinary Incontinence
Everything You Need to Know About the HPV Vaccine January 29, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Mini Sanjay Salunkhe

The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease that causes skin and mucous membrane growths. In some cases, it leads to cervical cancer. HPV is an infection that garners equal buzz in medical and social circles. Just as well, considering the virus is one of the most common sexually transmitted

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Everything You Need to Know About the HPV Vaccine
What to Expect at Your Annual Gynaecological Exam January 28, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Meenakshi Sauhta

If you’ve been considering annual gynaecological examinations, but don’t know what to expect, we’re here to help. Annual gynaecological examinations can be priceless in conjuring a halo of wellness around you. They’re a great tool for baseline analyses, identifying untoward deviations in health metrics and prompting appropriate treatment plans. Typically, annual gynaecological

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What to Expect at Your Annual Gynaecological Exam
Hush Hush: 7 Intimate Questions Women Are Afraid to Ask Their Gynaecologists January 27, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Meenakshi Sauhta

It can be hard to discuss intimate issues even with your best friend, much less your gynaecologist. Here’s a look at burning questions you’ve always wanted to ask your doctor, but haven’t. Q1. Is vaginal discharge normal? Clear or milky vaginal discharge is a normal outcome of changes in the hormonal ecosystem.

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Hush Hush: 7 Intimate Questions Women Are Afraid to Ask Their Gynaecologists
GYN Guide: 10 Reasons to See Your Gynaecologist January 26, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Preconception by Dr Meenakshi Sauhta

A visit to the gynaecologist shouldn’t be reserved for life-changing phases like menarche, maternity or menopause. Make gynaecological health a priority with this easy guide. We’ve all heard the time-served adage “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”. And yet, in a world where we’re programmed to believe the doctor’s

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GYN Guide: 10 Reasons to See Your Gynaecologist
How Motherhood Changes You For the Better January 26, 2019 in Effective Parenting, Mom’s Corner, Positive Parenting by Dr Seema Sharma

Motherhood is wearing, but worth it. It comes with challenges, but with just as many rewards. If you’re counting down the days to being a first-time momma, it’s natural to wonder how life’s going to change. And boy, will it. Before long, you’ll find yourself in the throes of sweet motherhood;

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How Motherhood Changes You For the Better
Learn more about Gestational Diabetes! January 25, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Your Body by Dr N S Kanimozhi

Gestational diabetes only occurs when you are expecting and usually disappear after the delivery. It is a condition where the blood sugar levels rise above normal when a woman is pregnant since the body does not make enough insulin (hormone) that keeps a check on the blood sugar level. This

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Learn more about Gestational Diabetes!
How do I know if my baby has digestive problems? January 25, 2019 in Baby, Baby Food, Health by admin

  Babies are at very high risk of contracting various infections and diseases as their body is still in a developing phase. Moreover, since infants can not communicate verbally, it may become extremely difficult to understand or identify if something is troubling the baby. One of the most common problems most

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How do I know if my baby has digestive problems?
A Bellyful of Love: Tips for Bonding With Your Unborn Baby January 25, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Seema Sharma

Your belly is a beautiful gateway to your baby. And by harnessing its magic, you can finally start bonding with the darling visitor in your womb. It’s natural to burst with anticipation on the count down to your pregnancy due date, especially when you’ve had nine months of heavy-duty carrying to

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A Bellyful of Love: Tips for Bonding With Your Unborn Baby
Most common ENT problems in children January 24, 2019 in Health, Toddler, Toddler Basics by Dr Meghna Manocha

ENT is a widely known term which refers to ears, nose, and throat. ENT specialists are known as otolaryngologists and deal with the ailments and diseases of ear, nose, and throat. Pediatric otolaryngologists are ENT specialists who are specifically trained in dealing with children. A significantly large percentage of the

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Most common ENT problems in children
What are the signs of fibroids shrinking? January 24, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Poornima Gowda

What are Uterine Fibroids? Uterine fibroids are defined as noncancerous growths of the uterus that mostly appear during pregnancy days. They are also called Leiomyomas or myomas. Fibroids vary in size, they can be as small as a seed and as large as a human eye that can distort and enlarge

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What are the signs of fibroids shrinking?
Vaccination Rulebook: Aftercare Tips For Your Baby January 24, 2019 in Baby, Health, Health & wellness, Toddler by admin

The thought of immunising their little babe can have even the most lionhearted of parents shuddering in their boots. Most of the time, without reason. Vaccines can build an unshakeable wall of immunity around your child, protecting them from life-threatening illnesses and diseases. And yet, they’re not the most pleasant experience

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Vaccination Rulebook: Aftercare Tips For Your Baby

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