Dr Seema Sharma, Author at Cloudnine Blog
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Dr Seema Sharma

Dr. Seema Sharma is a highly experienced obstetrician and gynaecologist at Cloudnine Hospital, Chandigarh. Dr. Sharma completed her MBBS from Christian Medical College, Ludhiana in 1996, her MD in Obstetrics & Gynaecology from Government Medical College, Patiala in 1999 and her Senior Residency in Internal Medicine from the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh in 2005.

Weight Gain after Miscarriage September 26, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Diet & Fitness, Health, Mom’s Corner by

Miscarriage is emotionally draining for mothers who go through it. Not only it is a loss of one's baby but it is also a loss of one’s hope and happiness as mothers tend to associate their life’s dreams with their unborn child. Want to consult a specialist? Find the best gynaecologist

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Weight Gain after Miscarriage
Back pain? You might need to visit your gynaecologist April 15, 2019 in by

[caption id="attachment_21273" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Back pain? You might need to visit your gynaecologist[/caption] Most times women are unaware of developing gynaecological cancers. They are moreover unaware of symptoms which have less or no relation to gynaecology problems. Symptoms like back pain or increased urination which might indicate something being amiss with

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Back pain? You might need to visit your gynaecologist
Colposcopy! Is it painful? April 11, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

[caption id="attachment_21245" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Colposcopy! Is it painful?[/caption] We’ve heard of tests like Pap smear and Colposcopy, where the doctors or nurses visually examine the vagina and cervix of a woman. It’s time to learn more about colposcopy. Colposcopy is a process by which cell changes or abnormalities are observed in

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Colposcopy! Is it painful?
Preeclampsia: symptoms, causes, risks, and treatment March 22, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Labor, Pregnancy by

Preeclampsia, also known as toxaemia, is a serious pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure. It is marked by high blood pressure in pregnant women who did not have high blood pressure before pregnancy. If not taken care of, the condition can progress to eclampsia which can have serious and

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Preeclampsia: symptoms, causes, risks, and treatment
What is Intrauterine Blood Transfusion? March 21, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by

Intrauterine blood transfusion is a process in which the red blood cells from a donor are injected into the fetus. It is given when the red blood cells of the fetus are destroyed by Rh-sensitized mother’s immune system and as a result, the fetus develops anaemia (low red blood cell

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What is Intrauterine Blood Transfusion?
Dealing With Abnormal Pap Smear Results March 5, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by

To begin with, let’s understand what a pap smear is and how it is done. A Pap smear, or a Pap test, is a screening tool used to detect abnormal or cancerous cells in the cervix (opening of the uterus). For the procedure, a small brush or spatula is used

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Dealing With Abnormal Pap Smear Results
Most Common Cancers In Women March 4, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by

Coming to terms with cancer can be tough. Which is why it’s important to pay attention to little changes in your body to catch symptoms early and seek appropriate intervention. Cancers that commonly affect women include breast cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, endometrial cancer and lung cancer. Here’s a look

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Most Common Cancers In Women
A Bellyful of Love: Tips for Bonding With Your Unborn Baby January 25, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

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
Pregnancy Week 32 August 24, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

Welcome to Week 32 Week 32 brings you another week closer to meeting your bundle of joy. This week, you will be completing your 7th month of pregnancy! Update on Your Body Your uterus now sits around 5 inches above your navel. Since it is so high, it may push into your ribs,

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Pregnancy Week 32
Pregnancy Week 31 August 23, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

Welcome to Week 31 With only nine more weeks of your pregnancy left, you’re inching closer to your due date! Next week, you will be completing your 7th month! Update on Your Body You have probably gained between 9-12 kilos by now. This week, you are likely to experience increased pressure on your

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Pregnancy Week 31
The First Period: What to Expect After a Pregnancy June 4, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Gynaecological Concerns, Health, Pregnancy by

Pregnancy brings with it little tokens of love that envelop you in warmth and comfort throughout your nine-month adventure. It blesses your skin with a golden glow, transforms your belly into a decorative medallion and most significantly, it exiles Aunt Flo far away from your fabulous pregnancy parade. The moment

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The First Period: What to Expect After a Pregnancy
The Sugar Charade: Risk Factors, Symptoms and Complications of Gestational Diabetes February 13, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience by

There’s nothing sweeter than marking special milestones with spoonfuls of sugar. And since pregnancy features near the top of most women’s bucket list, it’s only fair that it should be commemorated with sugary scrumptiousness. You’ve got to admit, sugar has a way of making the skies sing and the trees

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The Sugar Charade: Risk Factors, Symptoms and Complications of Gestational Diabetes
The Twin Clinic on Cloudnine August 16, 2017 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience by

[caption id="attachment_21796" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Twin Pregnancy[/caption] Twins and higher-order births are fairly common today, due to an average increase in maternal age and an array of assisted reproductive therapies such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF). The chances of conceiving twins increase for women over the age of 35 and ovulation-inducing drugs, fertility

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The Twin Clinic on Cloudnine

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