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In an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilised egg implants outside the uterus, usually in the fallopian tube. If left untreated, it can cause fatal consequences for the mother. Treatment options include surgery and medication.

Pregnancy is a fascinating process that involves a lot of changes in a woman’s body. From the fertilisation of the egg to the delivery, several steps occur in the reproductive system. In a normal pregnancy, the fertilised egg travels through the fallopian tubes and attaches itself to the uterus. However, if you have an ectopic

In India, since ancient times, pregnant women are advised to drink saffron milk during pregnancy for a fair-skinned baby. But many mothers-to-be today wonder if the spice can harm their baby.

Saffron, also known as Kesar, is famous in various cuisines for its rich flavor and color. An exotic spice derived painstakingly from the flowers of Crocus sativus, saffron is also known for its medicinal properties and forms a part of several Ayurvedic recipes.  Many women believe that they must consume saffron during pregnancy for a

The last trimester is an important milestone for every mother-to-be, especially for the health and development of the baby. Here's how you can maintain a healthy baby weight in the 9th month of your pregnancy.

The 3rd trimester of pregnancy is when the fetus gains most of its weight. During this period, its lungs fully develop, hair and nails grow, movement increases, and more. This is also the period when fat starts to build-up to help keeps its body temperature as well as energy. To support all this growth, your

Pregnant women have to go through a range of routine antenatal scans. Check out this article to find out more about the antenatal scans that you may experience during pregnancy.

Pregnancy is notoriously associated with dramatic physiological changes!  As your hormones steadily shift during this phase, you may realise that your weight, mood, eating habits, and even sleeping patterns seem to be going haywire. Understandably, many of these changes can be somewhat uncomfortable. Some of these changes are, however, both normal and essential for the