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Dr N S Kanimozhi

Dr. N S Kanimozhi is a renowned Gynecologist, Obstetrician and Laparoscopic Surgeon (Obs & Gyn) with immense experience for over 15+years in these fields, with a special interest in holistic health and wellness. She can be consulted at Cloud nine Hospital - T Nagar, Chennai and Vikasa Specialty Clinic - Nungambakkam, Chennai. She graduated from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University (TNMGRMU) in 1999 and acquired MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology from Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai in 2004. She is specialized in Laparoscopic Hysteroscopy (removal of uterus laparoscopically) & Laparoscopic Myomectomy (removal of fibroid laparoscopically). She is trained in Minimal Access Laparoscopy Surgery. Her strengths are compassion, commitment, care for her patients that she extends with total involvement.

Learn more about Gestational Diabetes! January 25, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Your Body by

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!
Nature’s Magic: How to Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally January 9, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by

If you’ve been scouting for alternative therapies to treat your uterine fibroids naturally, there are several routes you can take. If you’re not familiar with fibroids, here’s a little introduction. What Are Fibroids? Uterine fibroids are like double-dealing trespassers that saunter into your uterus, determined to call it home. While they aren’t life-threatening

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Nature’s Magic: How to Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally
Menstrual Problems: Types and Causes January 9, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by

Irregular periods, missed periods, heavy flow, painful cramps, unmanageable mood swings, spotting while not on your period, using more than five pads a day, or having large blood clots is not normal. A normal menstrual flow occurs every 21 to 35 days and lasts for two to seven days. In

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Menstrual Problems: Types and Causes
Here’s a guide on how to handle the First Trimester of Pregnancy! December 22, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Your Body by

If you are looking for information related to the first three months of pregnancy, then you have landed on the right page. For most women, this phase of life comes with a mixed feeling since everything is so new and exciting. It’s completely normal to have millions of question running

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Here’s a guide on how to handle the First Trimester of Pregnancy!
Dizziness During Pregnancy: Should You Be Worried? November 14, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Your Body by

Dizziness and lightheadedness are common during pregnancy. But how do you know what’s normal and what’s not? If you’ve had more giddy experiences than you’d like to admit, blame it on your belly. Dizziness is a normal symptom of pregnancy, likely to occur in – but not restricted to – the

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Dizziness During Pregnancy: Should You Be Worried?
Delivery Decisions: C-Section vs Normal Delivery November 13, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health, Labor, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

If you’re deliberating between a vaginal birth and a caesarean delivery, let this article be your guiding light. Counting down to your big day can be a period fraught with worries and woes. And big questions. Like how much will it hurt, how long will it take and what delivery method

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Delivery Decisions: C-Section vs Normal Delivery
Hey, Sugar: The Truth About Gestational Diabetes October 12, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Gynaecological Concerns, Health, Pregnancy, Your Body by

Sugar can be bittersweet; brutally bitter on the body, tantalisingly sweet on the tongue. Especially during pregnancy. Although a burgeoning belly can be regarded as a free ticket to unlimited sugar, it’s an accepted reality far from the truth, courtesy a condition known as gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes is a

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Hey, Sugar: The Truth About Gestational Diabetes
Monsoon Mantras: 5 Pregnancy Care Tips for a Blissful Rainy Season October 11, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health & Safety, Pregnancy by

  There’s an infectious magic about monsoon. The dewy windowsills, the wet-weather pathways and the lush breezy harmonies that whisper to your walls. Add to it the thrill of pregnancy, and you have a season of memories waiting to be made. As you set out to embrace the glorious cloud-kissed skies

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Monsoon Mantras: 5 Pregnancy Care Tips for a Blissful Rainy Season
The Midlife Manual: Menopausal Symptoms to Be Prepared For September 13, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

Just when you were preparing for a life of unset alarm clocks and bed-head weekdays, there goes menopause catching you off guard. Hot night flashes. An arid vagina. Sleepless nights. And hourly trips to the toilet. Little tokens from your body to you, as you venture into an uncharted vortex

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The Midlife Manual: Menopausal Symptoms to Be Prepared For
Silent Sugar Syndrome: The Link Between PCOS and Diabetes September 12, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), also known as polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), is infamous for wreaking havoc on fertility, menstruation and physical appearance. And yet, as a silent sugar syndrome, it is also inherently tethered to diabetes. If you aren’t already familiar with PCOS, here is an introduction. Understanding PCOS PCOS is

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Silent Sugar Syndrome: The Link Between PCOS and Diabetes
No Pain, All Gain: 5 Pain-free Ways to Ride the Crimson Tide September 11, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

That first trace of crimson on your underwear can be enough to send throbs through your belly, relegate you to a permanent spot on your toilet and thrust you into a week of pain-filled nothingness. Granted, periods are nobody’s favourite activity, but with effective methods, you can minimise the discomfort

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No Pain, All Gain: 5 Pain-free Ways to Ride the Crimson Tide
Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind September 11, 2018 in Birthing Experience, Mom’s Care, Mom’s Corner, Parenting by

Breastfeeding your baby can be a rewarding, magical experience – except when it’s done under prying eyes. Like at a restaurant or at the park. Or even inside the see-through shelter of your car. Unfortunately in India, breastfeeding in public is still considered a social taboo, a sensationalist spectacle for

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Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind
Bladder Bothers: Reasons Behind Frequent Urination in Women September 10, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

Taking a tinkle can seem like an un-think-worthy activity, a mundane task somehow flawlessly programmed into the day. It’s when it becomes a routine that it becomes something to think about. If that sounds like you, here’s a look at the reasons behind frequent urination, and what you can do

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Bladder Bothers: Reasons Behind Frequent Urination in Women
Pregnancy Week 14 August 15, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

Welcome to Week 14 Congratulations! Week 14 marks the beginning of your second trimester. Now that you are past the first trimester, which carries the highest risk of miscarriage, you can breathe a sigh of relief and relax a little. Here’s what you can expect this week. Update on Your Body This trimester,

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Pregnancy Week 14
Pregnancy Week 13 August 14, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

Welcome to Week 13 By the end of this week, you will have graduated to your second trimester. And not too long from now, your much-awaited baby bump will begin to emerge! Update on Your Body Stretch marks may have begun to appear on your belly and soon, you will have a noticeable

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Pregnancy Week 13

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