Pregnancy

  1. Why Is Prenatal Care Essential For Mom And Baby?

    Why Is Prenatal Care Essential For Mom And Baby?

    Pregnancy is an amazing time that fills the couple with immense joy and happiness. They are very excited to welcome their new family member. However, it is also a time of a significant change in a woman’s body due to an increase in the hormone levels and the development of the baby. Pregnant women need to take extra care of themselves during this special moment to ensure that they have the healthiest pregnancy possible.

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  2. Birth Control: What Trans And Nonbinary People Need To Know?

    Birth Control: What Trans And Nonbinary People Need To Know?

    Many trans and nonbinary people who take gender-affirming hormone therapy think that they no longer require birth control. However, hormone therapy alone cannot prevent pregnancy in trans and nonbinary people. Menstruation ceases for most trans men and non-binary people who were Assigned Female At Birth (AFAB) after taking testosterone therapy for a couple of months. However, ovulation can still occur - even if they never have a period.

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  3. Don’t Let These Pregnancy Symptoms Embarrass You. Know The Hacks!

    Don’t Let These Pregnancy Symptoms Embarrass You. Know The Hacks!

    We all know that pregnancy alters your body and mind - morning sickness, strange food cravings, swollen ankles, extreme mood swings, and whatnot! But specific weird symptoms of pregnancy can leave you stressful and embarrassed. What are they? Read on the blog and find out. You will also come across some of the hacks that you can consider and minimize your incidents of embarrassment.

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  4. PREGNANCY AFTER 35- WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?

    PREGNANCY AFTER 35- WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?

    If you're a woman and older 35 years and planning to have a baby, you're in the right place. There are many women who are delaying their pregnancy well into their 30s and beyond, and they do deliver healthy babies. Taking special care of yourself could help give your baby the best start. The risk of pregnancy loss is higher for older women. The risk of pregnancy loss, by miscarriage or by stillbirth, increases as you grow older, perhaps due to some pre-existing medical conditions or certain foetal chromosomal abnormalities.

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  5. How Alcohol Affect Fetus - Drinking During Pregnancy

    How Alcohol Affect Fetus - Drinking During Pregnancy

    Alcohol can badly affect the fetus of the woman. There are habits such as binge drinking or even worse heavy drinking that might affect the health of a child in such a way that the fetus might even die in two weeks. Problems such as birth defects, preterm labor, or fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are some problems to name a few that can happen to the fetus. Women who are pregnant should ensure that they eliminate their drinking habits. 

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  6. An Ultimate Guide To Teen Pregnancy

    An Ultimate Guide To Teen Pregnancy

    About 90% of teen pregnancies occur early where there is abuse of power, no access to contraceptives and stress on girls to prove their fertility. Factors such as the parent's income and the extent to which a girl is educated also plays a crucial role. Girls who have obtained minimal education are five times more likely to become pregnant than those with higher education levels. 

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  7. How Stressful Pregnancy Can Disturb Your Baby's Brain?

    How Stressful Pregnancy Can Disturb Your Baby's Brain?

    Bringing a new person into the world is not an easy task. Pregnant women generally worry about everything. Are the foods you eat healthy enough? Is it safe to exercise? How will you juggle work and parenthood after the baby arrives? While some stress during pregnancy is normal, just as it is during other times of life; the situation can get worse if stress becomes severe and constant. It can adversely affect you and your baby.

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  8. Pregnancy Defects And How To Prevent Them

    Pregnancy Defects And How To Prevent Them

    Pregnancy is a time of excitement and anticipation but some women may also experience some complications. Not all pregnancy go as planned. The complications involve a mother’s health, foetus health, or both. These abnormalities may make pregnancy a high-risk pregnancy. With proper prenatal care, there are ways to manage problems that come up during pregnancy.

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  9. Dealing Child-bearing with Bradley Method!

    Dealing Child-bearing with Bradley Method!

    Numerous eager moms pick the Bradley strategy of labor, anyway before you make this fundamental require your labor, it's imperative to absolutely see that you are aware of your choice.

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  10. Yes!! Infertility Can Also Be Cured

    Yes!! Infertility Can Also Be Cured

    Research suggests that millions of couples worldwide are infertile and a large number of investigations has been held to know the causes of infertility and it was observed that there are different number of factors that could cause infertility.

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