Uterine Fibroids Can Cause Infertility: Know How
What are Uterine Fibroids? Fibroids are common in women of childbearing age. They are abnormal growths that form in the uterus, however they are often harmless and uterine cancer seldom results from them. Both the size and the location of fibroids vary. Some are rather little, while others may be big and uterine-distorting. Submucosal fibroids…Read More
7 diet tips to follow in winters during pregnancy
Everyone’s health gets a bit sensitive during winter season. With chilly winter breeze, there is high risk of getting could, cough or flu and with the threat of third wave of Covid-19, it is even more risky. We need to take a lot of precautions during this season to stay fit and active, especially pregnant…Read More
Diagnose and available treatment for PCOD and PCOS
While there is no particular test to confirm PCOD, still the doctor would diagnose and discuss available treatment for PCOD and PCOS by discussing your medical history. And diagnose by doing a physical examination to confirm the condition. So that they may then recommend A pelvic examination Blood tests to quantify hormone levels An ultrasound to examine…Read More
Signs and symptoms of PCOD and PCOS?
Do you have oily skin, missed/skipped periods, or difficulty in managing your weight? Did you think those problems are just a normal part of your life? But such hindrances could actually be symbols that you may have polycystic ovary (or ovarian) syndrome, also known as PCOS. This state has many symptoms, and you may not have all of…Read More
Did you know what is the Difference between PCOD and PCOS
Are PCOD and PCOS the same? Most of the women get confused between the two, often using the two terms interchangeably. Specifically when we trying to recognize the relation between PCOD, PCOS and pregnancy. Certainty both the conditions are different from each other, in spite of the similarities, like being related to the ovaries and causing…Read More
What are PCOD and PCOS and what are their prevalence in India?
Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome and Poly Cystic Ovarian Disease are both health conditions associated with the ovaries and hormonal imbalance in women with comparable symptoms, abbreviations of which are often used interchangeably, but are they really the same? We got in touch with two experts to better understand the differences between PCOD and PCOS and bust some myths:…Read More
Cow’s Milk for babies – Everything you should know
The digestive system of a baby can take up to a year to fully develop. Cow’s milk is not as easily digested by babies as breast milk or formula. Cow’s milk is high in protein and minerals, which might put a strain on your baby’s developing kidneys. Cow’s milk is deficient in iron, vitamin C,…Read More
How Endometriosis affect Women’s Infertility?
What is Endometriosis?Endometriosis is a gynaecological condition which occurs when endometrial implants, found in uterus, start growing in the other parts of the body. Endometrial implants comprise of endometrial tissues that grow outside the uterus. Endometrial tissues are build-ups of blood cells, gland and connective tissue. They normally grow in the uterus and helps in…Read More
Postnatal care for mother and baby
Becoming a mother is a time of major transition. Much of the focus and energy will be on the baby. But it is very important to take care of the new mother too. We spend a lot of time on preparing for birth. The postpartum, however is something most of us are not prepared for and…Read More
Laparoscopic Surgery and Its Benefits
Laparoscopy is a low-risk, minimally invasive surgical diagnostic and therapeutic procedure used to examine and treat diseases of abdominal organs. It is also known as minimally invasive endoscopic surgery and requires only small incisions. In order to look at the abdominal organs, this surgery uses an instrument called laparoscope, a long, thin tube with high…Read More