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Monsoon Mantras: 5 Baby Care Tips for a Magical Rainy Season October 10, 2018 in Baby, Baby Basics, Effective Parenting, Parenting by Dr Poonam Prakash Kamble

Monsoon can cast magical spells on the summer heat, welcoming a wave of coolness and the perfect weather for , long weekend drives and balcony sit-outs. For all the blessings that monsoon brings with it, there are some things to watch out for, especially when it comes to your baby.

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Monsoon Mantras: 5 Baby Care Tips for a Magical Rainy Season
No More the Sugar Mama: Gestational Diabetes, Decoded October 10, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Your Body by Dr Sapna Lulla

If you’re the kind to scavenge for cake crumbs at the bottom of the box, you may have another thing coming with gestational diabetes. A condition that forces you to lay your sweet tooth to rest, gestational diabetes can be hard on your cravings, and harder on your body. With elusive

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No More the Sugar Mama: Gestational Diabetes, Decoded
Early Bird Baby: Signs and Symptoms of Preterm Labour October 10, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Labor, Pregnancy by Dr Sapna Lulla

Anything before schedule can be overwhelming. Project submissions and presentations. Traffic jams at 5 o’clock. The morning alarm. And then of course, preterm babies. Going into labour before 37 weeks of pregnancy is termed as preterm labour. The phenomenon can pose serious, and sometimes even fatal health risks, to your baby.

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Early Bird Baby: Signs and Symptoms of Preterm Labour
Dehydration In Babies: Signs, Causes & Treatments October 9, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting by Dr Nandini Nagar

Dry tears, sunken eyes and parched lips can set off alarm bells for most parents. And for good reason. While many physical signs out of the ordinary can count towards first- or even second-time parent paranoia, some may warrant immediate and intensive medical intervention. Dehydration, for one. If you aren’t acquainted

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Dehydration In Babies: Signs, Causes & Treatments
Prenatal Precautions: 7 Simple Ways to Prevent Infections During Pregnancy October 9, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health, Health & Safety, Pregnancy by Dr Sapna Lulla

Developing an infection can be bothersome to begin with, but its effects can be amplified during pregnancy. Not only can it hurt you, it can also pose serious risks to your baby. Luckily, with a few basic tips and tricks, you can minimise your exposure to infections. Here is our

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Prenatal Precautions: 7 Simple Ways to Prevent Infections During Pregnancy
5 Clues That You Need to Take a Pregnancy Test October 8, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Early signs of pregnancy, Preconception, Pregnancy by Dr Shobha Venkat

There’s something about pregnancy that arouses a peculiar sixth sense – almost like you know what to expect and yet, seek all-important validation from a store-bought pregnancy test (because there’s a certain magic in seeing those elusive double pink lines). In an age of insta-everything, over-the-counter (OTC) home pregnancy tests

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5 Clues That You Need to Take a Pregnancy Test
Asked and Answered: All About Thrombophilia & Pregnancy October 8, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Gynaecological Concerns, Pregnancy by Dr Shefali Tyagi

Thrombophilia. A word as weighty as its meaning. If you haven’t heard of the term before, allow us to fill you in. Q1. What is thrombophilia? Thrombophilia is a blood condition that increases the body’s tendency to develop clots. Clotting is the body’s natural response to a cut, gash or tear

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Asked and Answered: All About Thrombophilia & Pregnancy
Check, Mate: Why Regular Health Check-Ups Can Be Life-Saving for Women October 7, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr. Modhulika Bhattacharya

Women may be superheroes but they still need a shield against medical problems at every age and stage. The trouble is, traditional barometers for health like blood pressure and body mass index don’t measure feminal profiles accurately. That’s why regular medical screening protocols like pap smears, immunisations, mammograms and fecal

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Check, Mate: Why Regular Health Check-Ups Can Be Life-Saving for Women
Bathroom Bothers: Decoding Bladder Infections In Women October 7, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Meeta Chawhan

We’ve all made that lightning-bolt sprint from the other end of the earth to the bathroom, just in time for that one sit-down moment of well-deserved relief. For some women, however, that relief never comes. Because what follows is a searing, swallowing pain that only ends when they’ve let go

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Bathroom Bothers: Decoding Bladder Infections In Women
Interstitial Cystitis: The Most Misdiagnosed Chronic Urinary Condition October 7, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Shefali Tyagi

Another urge to tinkle, another trip to the bathroom. And then hardly anything to show for it. If your daily toilet routine plays out in an infinite loop, you may have something to ponder beyond just your fluid intake. Possibly interstitial cystitis.   Interstitial cystitis is a chronic bladder condition that

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Interstitial Cystitis: The Most Misdiagnosed Chronic Urinary Condition
Your First Postpartum Period: Things You Should Keep In Mind October 6, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Health, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Your Body by Dr Manjula Deepak

There you are, basking away in the glow of brand-new motherhood. Bouncy baby in hand, excited hubby in tow and then that ghastly monthly visitor you haven’t seen in nine months. Only, this bleeding you see in the wake of your delivery isn’t really a period. It’s your body’s way

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Your First Postpartum Period: Things You Should Keep In Mind
Living with PCOS: Risks, Management, and Treatment October 5, 2018 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by admin

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), is a hormonal disorder which causes enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edge. It is quite common among women of reproductive age and may cause irregular or prolonged periods and also make pregnancy harder. How does it affect the body? PCOS is a condition that affects

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Living with PCOS: Risks, Management, and Treatment
Eye Spy: Signs of Vision Problems in Your Baby October 5, 2018 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Health, Parenting, Toddler by Dr. Naveen Narendranath

Your baby’s winsome gaze can be the most rewarding part of early parenthood, almost like a secret communication between just you and her. While it can prove as a memorable bonding experience, this period is also essential to identify vision anomalies, and take necessary action. The good news is, diagnosed

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Eye Spy: Signs of Vision Problems in Your Baby
Painful Problems: Responding To Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy October 5, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Gynaecological Concerns, Pregnancy by admin

Stomach pain is nobody’s idea of a good time, even more so if it occurs during pregnancy. The truth is, abdominal pain, as alarming as it can be, isn’t always a reason to fear. It can be an organic part of pregnancy, a response to the growing changes your body

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Painful Problems: Responding To Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy
Acute Otitis Media: The Silent Ear Infection That Could Stir Up a Storm October 4, 2018 in Baby, Health, Health, Toddler by Dr Poonam Prakash Kamble

If you have an ever-bawling baby, an ear-tugging toddler or an older child with a constant earache, you may be tempted to blow it off as just another infection. If you are, don’t be. Discomfort like this may be deeper rooted than you think, and if your child is old

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Acute Otitis Media: The Silent Ear Infection That Could Stir Up a Storm

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