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The Fertility Factbook November 16, 2017 in About Pregnancy

What is infertility and when should you consult a doctor? Infertility is “the inability to conceive after 12 months of regular unprotected intercourse.” This means that a couple is not able to become pregnant after a year of regular trying. However, for women aged 35 and older, inability to conceive after

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The Fertility Factbook
The Fertility Freezer: A Glimpse Into Egg Freezing November 13, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience

Fertility has always been considered something of a ticking time bomb, waiting to give way at the slightest hint of a setback. Well, at least until now. Many women, for social, educational or financial reasons, often delay starting a family until their late thirties. By this time, the odds of

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The Fertility Freezer: A Glimpse Into Egg Freezing
Ready, Set, Grow: A Guide to Newborn Development November 3, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting, Parenting

A newborn baby is like a magical minion raring to go grow. Before you know it, your baby’s bawling, crawling and falling. And you’re left wondering how the time flew by so quickly and whether you could ever reclaim that wondrous newborn phase. Of course you can’t, but the years ahead

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Ready, Set, Grow: A Guide to Newborn Development
The Potty Training Manual: How to Turn Your Baby Into a Potty Pro October 28, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting, Parenting

Potty Training A magical way to increase the number of hours in a day.   Babies leave little tokens of love everywhere they go; you’ll catch a whiff in a baby’s breath, or in the musical gurgle that follows a little tickle. But the best kind of love is the one housed

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The Potty Training Manual: How to Turn Your Baby Into a Potty Pro
Looking Up: Welcoming a Baby With Down’s Syndrome October 27, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting, Parenting

Welcoming a baby with Down’s Syndrome can cause angst and concern for expectant parents. For many, long-harbored visions of dance classes and football practice, birthday rituals and family fun days are suddenly eclipsed by mounting worries of impending medical treatments and 24x7 care. In India, about 1 in 830 live

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Looking Up: Welcoming a Baby With Down’s Syndrome
Double the Trouble, Double the Fun: Understanding and Managing Twin Babies October 26, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting

Twins can mean twice as much love, twice as many moments and also, twice as much work. You know what they say. Some miracles come in pairs. But what they don’t tell you is what it takes for these miracles need to be nurtured. In time, your husband will resume

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Double the Trouble, Double the Fun: Understanding and Managing Twin Babies
Daddy Daycare: How Daddy Can Master the Art of Baby Care October 25, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Effective Parenting

Oh, daddy. We know that look; that look of exhaustion and sheer deliriousness at this thing called fatherhood. You know the one. You’re probably not sure how to assume your role of daddy at this point. No matter that your wife seems like she was biologically programmed to take on

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Daddy Daycare: How Daddy Can Master the Art of Baby Care
The Tot Tear Manual: Understanding Your Baby’s Cries October 24, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting

The early days of motherhood can unfurl like a perennial sob story if you’re not sure how to respond to your baby’s cries. As a new mommy, you may devise your own methods to soothe your baby; by cradling, self-wearing or gently rocking, perhaps. You should know that your baby’s

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The Tot Tear Manual: Understanding Your Baby’s Cries
Healing the Heat: A Guide For Treating Fever In Children October 23, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Effective Parenting

There’s no heat wave quite like the one that accompanies a fever in your little one. This kind of fever is possibly worse than the kind you’ve ever contracted; for it has a way of weakening your baby’s little body and your mighty spirit, all at once. Your early years

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Healing the Heat: A Guide For Treating Fever In Children
Why Portion Control Is Important October 20, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Nutritional Insights

All too often, we tend to eat whatever is laid out on the plate in front of us, without thinking about the amount of food we are consuming. Overeating can stem from boredom, or extreme emotions like euphoria or deep sorrow. It can also occur from being presented a wide

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Why Portion Control Is Important
Tips to Help You Live Longer October 19, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Good News, Nutritional Insights, Parenting

Tips to Help You Live Longer Don’t Overeat Contrary to popular perception, leaving a little bit of food on your plate may be a good idea. In fact, our ancestors were known to stop eating when they were about 80% full. Get Busy Keeping busy can burn an impressive number of calories. As little

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Tips to Help You Live Longer
A Look at Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection October 17, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience

Sperm sometimes fail to fertilise even when they are artificially placed within reach of eggs during a conventional in vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure. Fertilisation failure can be an extremely stressful experience for couples undergoing IVF and embryo transfer cycles, as also for clinicians. Fertilisation failure occurs in 3% to 10%

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A Look at Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
Sperm DNA Fragmentation Index October 13, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience

What Is DNA Fragmentation Index? Typically, the chances of infertility being attributed to the male partner are between 35% and 45%. The development of a healthy embryo is initiated when the chromosomes in the egg unite with the chromosomes in the sperm. These chromosomes consist of strands of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid).

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Sperm DNA Fragmentation Index
Donor Oocyte Programme October 12, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience

Every woman is blessed with millions of oocytes (eggs) in her ovaries when she is born. These lay dormant for a long time, springing alive only later, when called upon. Thereon, one oocyte is released per month. Naturally, as a woman ages, the reserve of oocytes in her ovaries depletes.

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Donor Oocyte Programme
An Introduction to Assisted Hatching October 11, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience

Mature eggs, or oocytes, are typically surrounded by a shell or a glycoprotein coat called a zona pellucida. This coat protects and safeguards a fertilised egg on its way to becoming an embryo and eventually, a blastocyst (5th to 6th day post fertilisation). An embryo must hatch out of its

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An Introduction to Assisted Hatching

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