by Internet Medical Society
Nothing could feel more devastating to a woman than pregnancy loss. No matter how soon it occurs, losing your baby sounds super daunting. However, the way you handle the situation matters the most. You need to accept the loss and take some time to mourn. From guilt to anger and from envy to denial, there is a range of emotions a woman is likely to experience when it comes to managing pregnancy loss.
The good news is all these emotions are natural. Not only the moms, but grandparents…Continue
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Health risks are quite common in pregnancies. Every pregnant woman experiences some health issues at some point during their pregnancy, and it is absolutely normal. However, the small issues turn into serious health problems in no time. It is, therefore, important that you take care of your health to avoid such risks.
Your age, health status, and the medications you are currently taking are a few factors that can have a big impact on your chances of complications during pregnancy. The…Continue
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Women who are in their early reproductive age are likely to experience the symptoms of Leucorrhea. It is a common medical condition that results in thick yellowish or whitish vaginal discharge. It is natural for women to feel embarrassed and worried about this white discharge and the root cause of the issue. This discharge could indicate a common infection, but there is nothing to worry about. Usually, ladies experience the issue when they are about to have their first menstrual…Continue
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A swirl of hormones and several changes are part of this phase. Know some steps of this process
1. The beginning of puberty
At about 8 years of age, the hypothalamus releases a hormone called gonadotropin (GnRH), which travels to the pituitary gland. There, the production of two other hormones is triggered: luteinizing (LH)…
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Maintain a healthy diet
Increasing the consumption of fruits, vegetables and water during pregnancy stimulates the baby's good development and also enhances the good mood of the pregnant woman.
Practice physical activities regularly
With proper medical guidance, several exercises…Continue
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At some point or the other, every women has experienced pain and cramping associated with menstrual periods in life. Menstruation is the bleeding that happens as a part of monthly cycle in women. Women with painful menstruation is known as dysmenorrhea. Menstrual cramps usually affect lower belly or back and is the most painful during the first few years of its occurrence.
Periods cramps might become less painful after few years or may stop completely after a women have her baby – by…
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