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Dr. Sujata Rathod's Blog – November 2021 Archive (6)

HIGH-RISK PREGNANCY: What to Do and What to Expect? Why to Worry?

High-risk pregnancies sound daunting. It is common in women with a medical history, a chronic illness, substance addiction, and other mental or physical health conditions that put the mother at a higher risk of miscarriage or pre-term labor. So, what exactly is a high-risk pregnancy? Does it mean you are supposed to seek help from the best obstetrician-Gynecologist in Thane West? Does it mean your child is at risk of abnormalities after…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 24, 2021 at 12:43pm — No Comments

Steps You Must Take for Planning a Healthy Pregnancy

Pregnancies are unplanned for most people. While that is totally okay, some women experience complications because of unplanned pregnancies. Gynecologists believe that a couple should plan pregnancy to ensure maximum protection for the child and mother.

A planned pregnancy can reduce the risk of complications. It is always better to discuss your pregnancy goals, current or previous medical condition, and other health concerns with a gynecologist before you plan a…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 20, 2021 at 1:26pm — No Comments

Factors that Increase Risk of Low Birth Weight in Newborns

Low birth weight refers to babies weighing less than 8 ounces. Low weight in babies can cause serious health problems. While some newborns weighing below 5 pounds are born healthy, others might need treatment to address the problems that might occur because of their weight. There can be many causes of the low birth weight of a child, the common one being premature delivery.

For the baby to be born healthy, it must be born after 37 weeks of pregnancy. If the mother delivers the child…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 12, 2021 at 11:46am — No Comments

Pregnant, Know Why Your Back is Important

Back pain is one of the most common complaints of a pregnant woman. It’s natural since your body is going through so many changes - not only physically, but your hormone levels also change dramatically during this time. The muscles around your pelvis area relax while your back experiences extra pressure, hence the back pain. The pain occurs later in your pregnancy and usually ends after the delivery, but it may last a little longer in some women. It is, therefore, important to take care of…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 12, 2021 at 11:44am — No Comments

Diabetic Mothers & Their Pregnancy Complications

Pregnancy in diabetic patients is possible but complicated. Managing your blood sugar levels is definitely not a cakewalk, especially when you are dealing with hormonal changes. Unmanaged diabetes can pose health risks for mother and baby.

For instance, the organs of a baby start to form in the first few weeks of pregnancy. So, there is a risk of birth defects in the baby if the mother fails to manage the blood sugar levels throughout her pregnancy. That’s why identifying the symptoms…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 11, 2021 at 11:03am — No Comments

Anxious and Forgetful after Menopause? Low Estrogen May Be to Blame

Anxiousness and memory loss are two of the common occurrences before menopause. Mild memory loss problems are pretty common, and they occur because of the low estrogen production in your body. These are mostly the temporary issues that indicate the onset of menopause. The anxiety, temporary forgetfulness, and other premenopausal symptoms go away after you have reached menopause.

Estrogen is one of the most crucial hormones of the female reproductive system. As a woman nears menopause,…

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Added by Dr. Sujata Rathod on November 11, 2021 at 11:02am — No Comments

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