Pregnancy usually begins with the fertilization of the egg by the sperm. There are three trimesters and each trimester brings different changes and challenges.
Suction evacuation is a surgical procedure in which the contents of the uterus are removed after a miscarriage using a gentle suction device.
Dilation and evacuation (D&E) is a second-trimester surgical abortion that involves the dilation of the cervix and the removal of fetal tissue with forceps.
The first symptom of pregnancy is often a missed period. As some women will experience spotting or light bleeding and painful breasts during first trimester.
Fetal movement counting is the practice of monitoring and recording how often you feel your baby move in order to monitor your baby's health and well-being.
Changes in the breasts are the early sign of pregnancy. A high level of hormones causes changes in breasts tissue and prepares for lactation after childbirth.
Polyhydramnios is a condition of accumulation of excessive amniotic fluid (exceeds 2000 ml) surrounding the foetus causing discomfort to the pregnant woman.
Symptoms of early pregnancy- Missed period, morning sickness, breast discomfort, fatigue, frequent urination, spotting, mood swings, food aversions, etc.
Recurrent miscarriage refers to sequence of three or more consecutive spontaneous abortions before 20 weeks, affecting 1% of all women of reproductive age.