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POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS/PCOD): AWARENESS IS CRITICAL October 6, 2020 in Gynaecological Concerns, Gynecology by Dr Asha Shanbhag

The only thing more shocking than the prevalence of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) amongst women of childbearing age may be the lack of awareness surrounding it. There could be a number of reasons why so few people have heard of PCOS, despite the fact that as many as 1 in 10 women

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POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME (PCOS/PCOD): AWARENESS IS CRITICAL
Your Baby is Tiny Like a Pomegranate Seed at 6 Weeks! August 21, 2020 in Baby Developments, Development & Milestone, Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Gopal Agrawal

Becoming a mother is equally exciting every time, no matter how many times you’ve done it before. Did you know that you can get an idea about your baby’s size by comparing it to the vegetables in your kitchen? At six weeks, your baby is as big as a pomegranate seed.

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Your Baby is Tiny Like a Pomegranate Seed at 6 Weeks!
19 weeks: Your Baby is Now the Size of a Mango August 17, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Baby Developments, Development & Milestone, Gynaecological Concerns, Gynecology by Dr Piyush Jain

The fun and exciting part is here now. You are in your 5th month now. You can feel the baby’s movement around this period. Most mothers feel the baby kicking by 18 to 20 weeks. First, you might mistake it for something else but slowly you will be able to

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19 weeks: Your Baby is Now the Size of a Mango
Treat Heavy Bleeding & Get Your Life Back May 25, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr. Vaishali Joshi

Heavy periods or menorrhagia Heavy periods are also known as menorrhagia. Heavy periods are one of the most common gynaecological complaints and issues. There are a few symptoms concerning heavy periods: Bleed is for longer than seven days Sanitary pads are changed more frequently than every four hours Both tampons,

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Treat Heavy Bleeding & Get Your Life Back
Don’t fret, it’s just your PMS cravings! April 16, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Manjula Deepak

PMS is a very confusing time for women all around the globe. Although, the hormonal changes are varied a matter of fact remains that women face various mood swings and cravings and handling these cravings become next to impossible.PMS cravings are a form of premenstrual syndrome. If the matter becomes highly

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Don’t fret, it’s just your PMS cravings!
Prolapse surgery and its recovery time April 14, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Manjula Deepak

There might be instances when women face lower abdomen pain and might even face a burning or painful sensation while attending to their nature’s call. There might be discomfort during intercourse as well. This issue may arise due to their bladder, situated on the muscle and tissue inside the abdomen.

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Prolapse surgery and its recovery time
Fibroid growth and HCG levels! April 12, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Ritambhra Bhalla

Pregnancy might even boost the fibroid growth in a woman’s womb In fact, it is known that such growth occurs more rapidly during the initial period of pregnancy Must Read: How to Cure Uterine Fibroids Naturally What are HCG levels? HCG is an abbreviation for Human chorionic gonadotropin This is a hormone

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Fibroid growth and HCG levels!
Colposcopy! Is it painful? April 11, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Seema Sharma

We’ve heard of tests like Pap smear and Colposcopy, where the doctors or nurses visually examine the vagina and cervix of a woman. It’s time to learn more about colposcopy. Colposcopy is a process by which cell changes or abnormalities are observed in a woman’s cervix, which might potentially turn

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Colposcopy! Is it painful?
Things You Need to Know About First Period After C Section March 24, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Poornima Gowda

What will your first period be like after c-section delivery? Bloody discharge is common after c section About 4 to 6 weeks after delivery, your vagina will pass some bloody discharge which is also referred to as lochia. This type of discharge is considered normal as it flows-out itself, whether you have

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What is Intrauterine Blood Transfusion? March 21, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Seema Sharma

Intrauterine blood transfusion is a process in which the red blood cells from a donor are injected into the fetus. It is given when the red blood cells of the fetus are destroyed by Rh-sensitized mother’s immune system and as a result, the fetus develops anaemia (low red blood cell

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What is Intrauterine Blood Transfusion?
The Cysterhood: Ovarian Cyst Types, Symptoms & Treatments March 19, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health, Ovulation by Dr Meeta Chawhan

By catching ovarian cyst symptoms early, you can get the intervention you need, when you need it. Ovarian cysts are common, affecting most women at least once in their lifetime. While they aren’t cancerous in most cases, they can lead to complications if left unchecked. What Are Ovarian Cysts? Ovaries supply

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The Cysterhood: Ovarian Cyst Types, Symptoms & Treatments
Cramp Cures: Best Home Remedies to Treat Period Cramps March 18, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Meeta Chawhan

Do your periods knock you down each month? Strike back at the pain with these easy home remedies. If you feel like a battle-scarred soldier in bloodshed at the onset of your period, it’s a good idea to amp up on the ammunition against your mortal monthly visitor. Here are some

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Cramp Cures: Best Home Remedies to Treat Period Cramps
Pill Talk: Will Birth Control Pills Make Me Gain Weight? March 17, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Mini Sanjay Salunkhe

Worried that being on the pill could cause you to gain some extra kilos? This guide explains why you should take a chill pill. Birth control pills can be a blessing, saving you from clocking your ovulation window, scrambling for last-minute condoms and worrying over heat-of-the-moment oopsies. But they can also

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Pill Talk: Will Birth Control Pills Make Me Gain Weight?
Dealing With Abnormal Pap Smear Results March 5, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns, Health by Dr Seema Sharma

To begin with, let’s understand what a pap smear is and how it is done. A Pap smear, or a Pap test, is a screening tool used to detect abnormal or cancerous cells in the cervix (opening of the uterus). For the procedure, a small brush or spatula is used

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Dealing With Abnormal Pap Smear Results
Most Common Cancers In Women March 4, 2019 in Gynaecological Concerns by Dr Seema Sharma

Coming to terms with cancer can be tough. Which is why it’s important to pay attention to little changes in your body to catch symptoms early and seek appropriate intervention. Cancers that commonly affect women include breast cancer, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, endometrial cancer and lung cancer. Here’s a look

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Most Common Cancers In Women

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