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Infertility and Treatment Options

29 April, 2018
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A couple is considered infertile if there is no pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse between them. Infertility is classified as primary or secondary, depending on various factors like – previous history of pregnancy, menstrual cycle history

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Fertility Treatments and Ovarian Cancer Link

19 May, 2017
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The link between the drugs and the treatments used to induce fertility and ovarian cancer is a complicated one. Although researchers have postulated the fact that if a woman is getting fertility help of any sorts, then they are at a sixty percent

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: Symptoms and Treatment

27 February, 2017
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Menorrhagia or heavy menstrual bleeding is defined as heavy and prolonged menstrual bleeding, which leads to soaking a pad and/or tampon every hour and disrupts a woman’s normal activities. For women suffering from heavy menstrual periods, their whole routine is scheduled to account for these days, when their ability to carry out routine chores is …

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9 Nutrition Tips for Housewives And Working Women

10 February, 2017
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Multitasking!! Yes, you heard it right…It is embedded in the gene of every woman. Be it household chores, taking care of the kids, going to the office, buying grocery a woman has an inborn talent to just do it all without any hesitation and hence it becomes imperative for a woman to take care of …

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Pregnancy Diet: Importance of Vitamins and Supplements for a Healthy Baby

12 August, 2016
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<p>Pregnancy is a time that draws a lot of attention to food. Even the best efforts to include all food groups in their right amounts may create nutritional gaps in a pregnancy diet, either through cooking method or insufficient amounts of a nutri...

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Post Delivery Hygiene For Mother and Baby

31 July, 2016
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Hygiene is as important for a mother and the new born. Proper post delivery hygiene for mother and baby, both, ensures that the duo does not contract any infection and stays perfectly healthy. The following parameters are to be kept in mind to ensure healthy and hygienic conditions after the delivery – Keep Baby Warm It …

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Female Hormones: How do they Effect Mood, Appetite and Libido?

28 July, 2016
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It’s not unusual when we are asked if it is our “Time of Month,” just because we get angrier or sadder than usual in a situation. While many women find this offensive, others believe it to be true. Our hormones affect our moods and actions way more than we give them credit for. They even effect …

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Pregnancy and Emotions – This is what you should know

26 June, 2015
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Those pregnant or helping someone through pregnancy would be quite familiar with the emotional changes and mood swings, which are common during this time. Ranging from surprise and excitement over finding out the pregnancy to stress and anxiety over the well being of the growing baby and the changes it will bring in the couple’s …

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Pregnancy Cramps vs Period Cramps

2 February, 2018
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All girls go through menstruation every month. With menstruation, comes cramps which can be experienced either before, during periods or both. They However, each person will have different manifestations of cramps because the factors that affect it are different. One of the most common confusion that arises whilst experiencing

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Teen Pregnancy in India

12 May, 2017
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Increasing teen pregnancy is only adding to India’s already populous country. There are many methods to confirm your pregnancy, You can use our pregnancy calculator to find your estimated due date. With over 1.8 million teenagers who have children annually, there are many of who are hardly equipped to deal with child marriage, domestic violence, …

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Female Infertility – Causes & Signs

29 March, 2017
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Female infertility is one of the major causes of failing to get pregnant (with frequent intercourse) for at least a year with no success. Female infertility is the leading reason for failure to conceive in one third of the infertility cases and it is a matter of concern.  The challenge with most childless couples is …

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Maintaining a good health after Menopause

22 March, 2017
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Menopause is medical condition when a women stops having her monthly menstruation and is no longer fertile and unable to reproduce. It marks the period where a woman’s body is subject to many hormonal changes, and few of these changes may have an overbearing impact on the lady. The good part is menopause doesn’t start …

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Pre-Conception Checklist for Women

15 March, 2017
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If you have been considering child birth for long, you need to have the right physical, medical and emotional framework in place to increase your chances of having a healthy baby. Pre-conception checklist is a ready reckoner to take of the things that are very essential to have a healthy and safe pregnancy and of …

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6 Signs & Symptoms of Ovulation

15 March, 2017
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Most of young women are unaware of the signs and symptoms of ovulation; knowing the period of ovulation is essential to time intercourse for couples who are planning their child.  Many of top gynaecologist suggest that, It is equally essential for couple who think they are not planning their child, to prevent intercourse during this …

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5 Early Signs of Pregnancy

14 March, 2017
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It is great news and you want to share but before you make that announcement, you want to be sure that you are pregnant. There are few early signs of pregnancy that show up as early as six weeks and can help us confirm pregnancy. You can check your Due date on our pregnancy calculator which …

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7 Ways to Maintain Vaginal Health

28 February, 2017
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While presenting her exasperation about women not maintaining their vaginal health, an experienced gynecologist in south Delhi says, Most women in today’s world have faced vaginal problems; the sad part is she does not know that in order to keep your vagina healthy you need to just follow a few small steps. Most women also …

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Menopause & Heart Disease – Is there a relation?

16 January, 2017
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Menopause is usually considered synonymous with hot flashes, insomnia and night sweats, but you should know that it may also be one of the risk factors for having a heart disease. Women bear the same probability of getting heart diseases as men – a fact lesser known to most of us. According to a renowned …

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Top 5 Gynecological Problems Women Face

6 October, 2016
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Gynecological problems are common from the starting of the menstrual cycles. Be it irregular cycles, heavy bleeding or spotting, girls face these problems from a very young age. Rightly said by Dr Preeti Rastogi, Over time, women learn to listen to their bodies, adopt their lifestyle according to what’s best for their health and manage their …

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Five Foods to Avoid if you Have PCOD/PCOS

17 August, 2016
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If you have Polycystic Ovary Disease or Syndrome (PCOD/PCOS), then managing your diet is really important. In this article, we are going to list five foods that must be avoided like the plague. Before that, let’s know what PCOD is. Read: Female Hormones: How do they Effect Mood, Appetite and Libido? What is PCOD? Polycystic …

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New Mom shares her difficult Motherhood Journey

17 August, 2016
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Motherhood is the most important part of a woman’s life. It’s a miracle for which God has especially chosen women. It is a woman who keeps the baby safe for 9 months in her womb and then goes to an extra mile to ensure its health. I and my husband, Nikhil were very happy when we found …