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Perks of Talking to Your Baby in the Womb July 8, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Early signs of pregnancy, Preconception, Pregnancy by Dr. Dharani Bai

One of the best parts about pregnancy is when the mother and the baby in the womb start to bond. As the pregnancy advances, the baby starts hearing the voices from the outside. The baby hears the mother’s voice first and he/she can even decipher and differentiate the voices. So,

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Perks of Talking to Your Baby in the Womb
Nausea and Vomiting During the First Trimester of Pregnancy July 8, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Early signs of pregnancy, Pre Conception Health, Preconception, Preparing For Pregnancy by Dr. Dharani Bai

If you don't feel relieved of symptoms, report back to the doctor for a detailed assessment of your general health and to check for dehydration. Want to consult a Gynecologist doctor? Book Online Consultation with the best Gynecologist in India You may be given IV medications and IV fluids if your urine shows ketones,

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Nausea and Vomiting During the First Trimester of Pregnancy
Tested Positive for Pregnancy? Here’s What to Do July 8, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Early signs of pregnancy, Health & Safety, Pregnancy by Dr. Dharani Bai

TRAVEL Travel by vehicle on roads causing jerks to be avoided, rail route is preferred. COITUS As per the recommendations, coitus is to be avoided in the first trimester. DRUGS Almost all the drugs used in pregnancy can cross the placenta and can affect the baby. Want to consult a Gynecologist doctor? Book Online Consultation with the best Gynecologist

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Tested Positive for Pregnancy? Here’s What to Do
Honey! I feel the baby is kicking! July 3, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Development & Milestone, Preconception by Dr. Dharani Bai

Carrying a baby to term in your belly is one of the most blessed experiences of being a mother. The first three months are filled with delight along with the usual symptoms of pregnancy like nausea, exhaustion, and so on. However, the first kick by the baby is one of

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Honey! I feel the baby is kicking!
“Before The Beginning” – Preconception Nutrition Guideline July 1, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Diet, Pre Conception Health, Preconception, Preparing For Pregnancy by Ms. Shalini Chakraborty

Family planning  Starting folic acid. Vaccines and screenings you may need, such as a Pap test and screenings for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV. Managing health problems, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid issues, obesity, depression, eating disorders, and asthma. Find out how pregnancy may affect, or

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“Before The Beginning” – Preconception Nutrition Guideline
HEALTH CHECK BEFORE CONCEPTION June 2, 2020 in Diet, Pre Conception Health, Preconception by Ms. Greata Sherene

As soon as the pregnancy kit shows two lines, the next thing which each pregnant mom does is practice healthy eating habits. But just changing then work out? No! Research shows that pre-conception nutrition plays a vital role in fetal growth and development. Let’s look at the 7 things one should

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HEALTH CHECK BEFORE CONCEPTION
Food Cravings During Pregnancy March 16, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Diet, Mom’s Care by Ms. Vidhya Ramasubramanian

So you’re pregnant?  Have you started craving for the best and most unhealthy food yet? If yes, then it’s actually happening! You’re officially and precisely going through ‘food cravings’ that are a common feature in pregnancy.   Food craving is a natural occurrence during pregnancy. Common food cravings include sweet foods, fish, dairy products fruits,

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Food Cravings During Pregnancy
Treat Heavy Bleeding & Get Your Life Back May 25, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr. Vaishali Joshi

Heavy periods or menorrhagia Heavy periods are also known as menorrhagia. Heavy periods are one of the most common gynaecological complaints and issues. There are a few symptoms concerning heavy periods: Bleed is for longer than seven days Sanitary pads are changed more frequently than every four hours Both tampons,

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Treat Heavy Bleeding & Get Your Life Back
How soon should I go to the doctor after a positive pregnancy test? April 29, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Early signs of pregnancy, Pregnancy by Dr. Swetha Bansal Wazir

Mostly, a positive pregnancy test result means that you are pregnant. When there is a specific amount of hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin) in your urine, the result comes positive. The hCG is a hormone which is released eight to ten days post-conception when the fertilized egg connects to the wall

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How soon should I go to the doctor after a positive pregnancy test?
Don’t fret, it’s just your PMS cravings! April 16, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Manjula Deepak

PMS is a very confusing time for women all around the globe. Although, the hormonal changes are varied a matter of fact remains that women face various mood swings and cravings and handling these cravings become next to impossible.PMS cravings are a form of premenstrual syndrome. If the matter becomes highly

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Don’t fret, it’s just your PMS cravings!
Prolapse surgery and its recovery time April 14, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Manjula Deepak

There might be instances when women face lower abdomen pain and might even face a burning or painful sensation while attending to their nature’s call. There might be discomfort during intercourse as well. This issue may arise due to their bladder, situated on the muscle and tissue inside the abdomen.

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Prolapse surgery and its recovery time
Fibroid growth and HCG levels! April 12, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Ritambhra Bhalla

Pregnancy might even boost the fibroid growth in a woman’s womb In fact, it is known that such growth occurs more rapidly during the initial period of pregnancy Must Read: How to Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally What are HCG levels? HCG is an abbreviation for Human chorionic gonadotropin This is a hormone

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Fibroid growth and HCG levels!
Colposcopy! Is it painful? April 11, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Seema Sharma

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 a woman’s cervix, which might potentially turn

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Colposcopy! Is it painful?
Things You Need to Know About First Period After C Section March 24, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Poornima Gowda

What will your first period be like after c-section delivery? Bloody discharge is common after c section About 4 to 6 weeks after delivery, your vagina will pass some bloody discharge which is also referred to as lochia. This type of discharge is considered normal as it flows-out itself, whether you have

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Things You Need to Know About First Period After C Section
What is Intrauterine Blood Transfusion? March 21, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Seema Sharma

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?

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