The types of tests that are done in pregnancy are blood test, urine test, ultrasound, prenatal screening, cervical screening, and fetal assessment.
Exchange transfusion in newborns is a procedure in which blood is removed from the baby and replaced with fresh blood to treat severe jaundice or anemia.
Cord blood banking is the process of collecting and storing baby's cord blood for future medical use. It is used to treat a variety of diseases and conditions.
Pulmonary embolism is a condition in which a blood clot blocks one or more arteries in the lungs. It can occur in women who have just had a baby.
The most common physiological changes that take place in the postpartum period includes changes in the breast, hormones, pulse and blood pressure, sleep, etc.
A heart attack is also known as myocardial infarction is a medical emergency in which the supply of blood to the heart muscle is interrupted.
Blood pressure is the force of your blood pushing against the walls of your arteries (blood vessels). When this force is too high, it is called hypertension.
If your hormone levels are out of balance, your body may grow a thicker lining in the uterus, resulting in excessive bleeding when you shed the thicker lining.
Generally, a pregnant woman can gain weight around 11 to 16 kg during her single pregnancy depending on her pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI).