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Tag: Dr. Astha Dayal

February 15, 2019

Your gynaecologist wants you to open up about your health concerns so that he/she can offer you the best care and treatment methods. After all, it’s your own body, and you know it the best. At the CK Birla Hospital in Gurgaon, awareness and care is our utmost priority! Here are some things which your gynaecologist might want you to be aware of: - Keep a watch on the discharge Itching, irritation and abnormal discharge do not always mean that you have an infection. There could be

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June 19, 2019

Water birthing is an ancient technique that helps in reducing labour pain for women, making the process smoother and relaxing for the expectant mother. Because the baby is in the amniotic fluid sac for nine months, birthing in a similar environment is gentler for the baby, leading to lesser painful contractions, increased production of endorphins, shorter labour period, among many other benefits. However, it is best suited for pregnant women who have had an uncomplicated pregnancy of 37 plus

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Period after pregnancy,pregnancy,childbirth
April 14, 2020

During pregnancy - starting with conception and extending over around 40 weeks, a women’s period stops completely. For most women, the absence of menstrual periods during this time might seem like a welcome relief. While for some, it may mean a break from debilitating period cramps, for others, it could just be the liberating feeling of not having to worry about changing tampons or pads. After a rather lengthy hiatus, however, when a woman experiences periods after delivery, it is not

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Normal Delievry,preperation of normal delivery
April 13, 2020

For new mothers-to-be, the last trimester of their pregnancy can be a period wrought with mixed feelings. On the one hand, there is the increased exhaustion, and then there’s also the eager anticipation of getting to hold their baby. It is only natural that they would have plenty of questions about the upcoming childbirth. While it is up to the mother to choose between a natural delivery and cesarean delivery, correct information regarding the risks and benefits associated with the

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