- Posted: February 18, 2022Read more »
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome(PCOS) is a condition affecting 10% women across the globe. The condition arises when the ovaries produce excessive amounts of androgens. It results in enlarged ovaries with cysts at the edges. The cause of the condition is not known. It is speculated to be caused by a mix of environmental and genetic factors. The major effect of the syndrome is hormonal imbalance.
- Posted: November 24, 2021Read more »
Endometriosis is a condition in which the endometrium (the tissue that lines inside of the womb or uterus) grows outside of the uterus. It commonly occurs in the pelvis or the lower abdomen, but it could also occur anywhere else in the body. The common symptoms of endometriosis include pain during sexual intercourse, unusual pain or bleeding during menstrual cycles, lower abdominal pain, difficulty getting pregnant, etc. Research suggests that some women with endometriosis don't experience any symptoms at all.
- Posted: November 17, 2021Read more »
If your period is late or missed, you must be wondering if you are pregnant and might have a number of questions running in your mind. A pregnancy test can help get you some answers and provide you with peace of mind. Wondering what types of pregnancy tests are available? How to take one? How much will it cost? How accurate are its results? If yes, you have arrived at the right place. We will be discussing everything about pregnancy testing right here in this blog.
- Posted: October 26, 2021Read more »
Pregnancy is an intricate process that involves several steps. One of the most crucial steps is - when a fertilized egg travels through your fallopian tube and links to your uterus lining. In an ectopic pregnancy, a fertilized egg attaches somewhere else in your body, other than the uterus lining. It may attach itself to your fallopian tube, ovary, cervix, or abdominal cavity. An ectopic pregnancy usually occurs in the fallopian tube, which transports eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. This type of pregnancy is termed as a "tubal pregnancy."
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This blog is especially for all the expectant mothers out there, especially those who are in their third trimester and are wondering, “what are the sure signs that labor is 24 to 48 hours away?” You may be thrilled, curious, and worried at the same time to know when you can hold your little babies in your arms and get relieved from the nine months of heartburn, nausea, weight gain, swollen ankles, etc. There must be a reason why most women try different ways to get their labor started despite knowing it’s going to hurt a lot.
- Posted: September 28, 2021Read more »
Have you ever heard about chemical pregnancies? What is a chemical pregnancy? What causes it, what are it's signs and symptoms, and how is it diagnosed and treated? If you’re looking for the answers to these questions, keep reading. It may be frustrating and confusing when you get your period a week within a positive pregnancy test. It is what is called a chemical pregnancy, and it is way more common than you might believe.
- Posted: September 08, 2021Read more »
Also called nonreassuring fetal status, fetal distress is the term medical professionals use to refer to a condition when a fetus is not receiving adequate oxygen during pregnancy or labor. Fetal distress is an indication that the baby in the womb may not be doing well. When a baby is in distress, they may need immediate intervention such as delivery by C-section or specific methods of intrauterine resuscitation. When left untreated, fetal distress can lead to more serious injuries such as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE).
- Posted: May 01, 2021Read more »
Preeclampsia is a pregnancy complication that includes hypertension, protein in urine during and after delivery, along with low clotting factors(platelets and WBC). All of these indicate a threat to kidney or liver function. If preeclampsia is left untreated, it can lead to severe complications or even fatal for both the mother and the baby. In the case of preeclampsia, the best way of treatment is delivery of the baby. Even after the delivery of the baby, the mother will still take time to get better.
- Posted: April 22, 2021Read more »
Hysterectomy refers to a surgical procedure for removing a woman's uterus. The uterus also called the womb, is where a baby develops when a woman is pregnant. The uterus lining is the source of menstrual blood. You may require a hysterectomy for several reasons. It may be performed to treat many chronic pain conditions as well as certain types of infections and even cancer.