Polyhydramnios is a condition of accumulation of excessive amniotic fluid (exceeds 2000 ml) surrounding the foetus causing discomfort to the pregnant woman.
Everything you need to know about Uterus size during Pregnancy
The uterus size is measured to determine if the baby is growing normally at each stage of the pregnancy and it is compatible with the weeks of gestation or not.
15 Symptoms of Early Pregnancy
Symptoms of early pregnancy- Missed period, morning sickness, breast discomfort, fatigue, frequent urination, spotting, mood swings, food aversions, etc.
Missed Abortion: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Missed abortion, also known as silent miscarriage, is a condition when the foetus is dead and retained inside the uterus for more than four weeks.
Septic Abortion: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention
Septic abortion is any type of abortion (spontaneous or induced) associated with infection of the uterus and its content during or after 20 weeks of gestation.
Incomplete Abortion: Symptoms and Treatment
Incomplete abortion is a condition when the entire products of conception are not expelled instead a part of it is left inside the uterine cavity.
Miscarriage: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment
A miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion, is the unexpected pregnancy loss before the period of viability and cause of haemorrhage in early pregnancy.
The 4 Stages of Labour and their Duration
4 stages of labour- Stage 1: Full dilatation of the cervix (10 cm). Stage 2: Delivery of the baby. Stage 3: Expulsion of the placenta. Stage 4: Observation.
How is Normal Labour different from Abnormal Labour?
Normal labour is spontaneous in onset without undue prolongation and terminates naturally; abnormal labour progresses slowly affecting health of mother and baby.
Difference between False Labour Pains and True Labour Pains
False labour pain occurs before the onset of true labour pain with some discomfort in the abdomen and true pain involves regular painful uterine contractions.
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