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Category: <span>OBS and Gynae</span>

Why is bed rest essential during pregnancy?
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Why is bed rest essential during pregnancy?

Are you going to be a mother soon? Take all the rest you can and know that bed rest during these nine months is more important than you think. Your body will be tired all the time and there is nothing better than lying down on your bed. Your pregnancy specialist doctor will advise you...

August 18, 2017May 23, 2020by
Postpartum Preeclampsia: What are the causes, symptoms and treatments
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Postpartum Preeclampsia: What are the causes, symptoms and treatments

Postpartum Preeclampsia is a rare condition that happens to women who have excessive protein in the urine and high blood pressure after they deliver. This will happen within 48 hours after the child is born, and you should turn to your pregnancy specialist doctor for immediate help as this can result in several seizures and...

August 12, 2017May 25, 2020by
When Can You Start Exercising After Your C-Section?
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When Can You Start Exercising After Your C-Section?

Accept it or not, but a C-section is a major operation. Your body would have gone through a lot of pressure when you give birth to a baby, especially through caesarean. So your body, as well as your mind will need some time to heal. You need to readjust many things in your routine and...

August 8, 2017August 6, 2018by
Getting going with breast-feeding
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Getting going with breast-feeding

Ideally, when you first start to breast-feed, it is best to have a trained person to watch and provide skilled help and support. A midwife or breast-feeding counsellor can do this. Getting the first few feeds right can make a huge difference to getting established successfully and can prevent problems such as sore nipples, breast...

August 1, 2017August 1, 2017by
Breast-feeding
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Breast-feeding

Breast milk is the best nutrition for babies. Breast-feeding provides many health benefits for both baby and mother. A vitamin D supplement is recommended for all breast-feeding women. Breast-feeding Most women can breast-feed. It is rare for a mother to be physically unable to breast-feed. It doesn’t matter whether you have small or large breasts, or even...

August 1, 2017May 25, 2020by
Screening for Down’s Syndrome
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Screening for Down’s Syndrome

Downs syndrome is a genetic disorder which is seen very early in your pregnancy. It occurs when the baby is first forming in the initial stage. A child with downs syndrome has extra copy of chromosome 21. Normal people have 23 pairs of chromosomes. Pregnant mothers do not have to worry because downs syndrome can...

July 28, 2017January 29, 2021by
Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding – Which One Is Better?
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Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding – Which One Is Better?

The biggest decision that a mother takes as soon as she gives birth is whether to breastfeed or formula feed. We all know that there can be never a better food for a child than its mother’s milk. The mother’s milk has all the nutrients required for the proper growth of the baby. Gynecologist does...

July 20, 2017August 7, 2018by
Dry cough during pregnancy – what you need to know!
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Dry cough during pregnancy – what you need to know!

When you are pregnant, you will have quite a few changes as your immunity system is completely taking a new turn. With all these changes, you may catch a cold or dry cough which is slightly annoying but a part of the process. If you have uncontrollable cough, you shouldn’t try home remedies and rush...

July 17, 2017July 17, 2017by
Is white discharge a sign of pregnancy?
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Is white discharge a sign of pregnancy?

A lot of women experience discharge from the vagina that can be milky and white. It is known as leucorrhoea. Sometimes, it can be milky, clear or in rare times it will be yellowish or red. The discharge is not related to any infections, but, in fact, it can be an early sign of pregnancy....

July 12, 2017August 7, 2018by
How much weight should you gain when pregnant and what exercise is safe?
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How much weight should you gain when pregnant and what exercise is safe?

Every woman wants to know the right numbers of how many pounds they should get Weight gain while pregnant. Well, according to doctors, you must gain about 25 to 30 pounds, which is 11 to 13 kg only. And if you are overweight, you should gain 15 to 20 pounds only! For all those women...

July 7, 2017May 23, 2020by