A high-risk pregnancy is a pregnancy that poses a greater health risk to the mother, baby, or both due to pre-existing medical conditions or complications.
The Best Methods of Contraception: Which One Is Right for You?
There are many different types of contraceptive methods available, including hormonal methods, barrier methods, IUDs, sterilization, and natural methods.
Cesarean Section: Everything You Need to Know
A cesarean section also called a C-section, or cesarean birth is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the abdomen and womb.
Breast Milk: The Best Liquid Gold for Newborns
Breast milk, also known as mother's milk, is the milk produced by a woman's breasts. It is the best liquid gold for newborns and major source of nutrients.
Why My Periods Are Late: Everything You Need to Know
Reasons for late periods are -hormonal imbalances, stress, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid diseases, eating disorders, over-exercising, and certain drugs.
Understanding Placenta Previa: What You Need to Know
Placenta previa is a pregnancy complication in which the placenta partially or completely covers the cervix and cause bleeding during pregnancy and delivery.
Breast Cancer: How to Detect It, the Symptoms, and Treatment Options
Breast cancer is a type of cancer that develops from breast tissue. Breast cancer cells divide quicker than normal cells and accumulate into lumps or bulks.
My menstrual periods are so painful (Dysmenorrhea): What could be the cause?
Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for menstrual pain. Lower-abdominal throbbing or cramping pains are known as menstrual cramps that disrupts everyday life.
PMS: Pre Menstrual Syndrome Symptoms and Treatment
A premenstrual syndrome is a group of symptoms that occur in the days leading up to a woman’s period. The symptoms typically resolve once the period starts.
Prenatal Testing: What You Need to Know
Prenatal tests are used to screen for or diagnose certain conditions that can affect a developing baby and conditions can be genetic, chromosomal, or hormonal.
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