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
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
Pregnancy Fitness and Nutrition
During pregnancy it is important that you get the right nutrients and energy needed to keep you and your growing baby healthy. Physical activity is also just as important when you’re pregnant as at any other time of life. When it comes to your diet, plan balanced meals. They should contain protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and…Read More
COVID Vaccine in Pregnancy
Planning for pregnancy? – You can get covid vaccine. Got one vaccine and if pregnancy test is positive? – Don’t worry! It’s safe; continue pregnancy. Post-delivery, breast feeding your baby? – Please get your covid vaccine. Menstrual bleeding is on? – You can get covid vaccine. Taking any medication? – Still can take vaccine (consult…Read More
When will I Feel Baby Movements?
Most mothers-to-be eagerly await first reassuring baby kick. For first-time moms, it may occur closer to 26-28 weeks and for second or third-time moms, it may occur closer to 20 weeks. Counting fetal movements beginning at 28 weeks will be beneficial for all pregnancies. Moms find their babies are most active after eating a meal…Read More
Weight Gain in Pregnancy
Most pregnant women gain between 10kg and 12.5kg, most of the weight is after week 20. Gaining too much or too little weight can lead to health problems for you or baby: Increase in blood pressure (PIH) Gestational diabetes Gaining less weight can also cause problems too: premature birth low birth weight baby less than…Read More
Sex – Breast Stimulation During Pregnancy
When to Avoid? In early pregnancy till 12 weeks Any previous history of miscarriage or preterm labour and delivery Placenta is low lying (placenta previa is low placenta even after 28 weeks) Infective vaginal discharge Short cervix Unexplained vaginal bleeding Your developing baby is protected by the amniotic fluid in your uterus, as well as…Read More