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Tag: Obstetrician in Gurgaon

antenatal scans, antenatal scans in pregnancy, pregnancy care
May 14, 2020

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 development and health of your unborn child. Given that every woman’s pregnancy experience is unique, the changes you

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back pain,pregnancy,Back pain during pregnancy
October 16, 2019

Back pain during Pregnancy is very common, especially in the second half of pregnancy. Some common causes of back pain during pregnancy are as follows: The prime cause of the back pain is the weight that the growing uterus and the baby exerts on the back. In a normal healthy pregnancy, women tend to gain around 10 to 15 kgs of weight. The growing uterus on the lower back leading to. Postural changes is again a common cause of backache. The growing foetus and the uterus often leads to

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Umbilical Vein inside the fetus
October 10, 2019

A second time pregnant woman was diagnosed with isolated umbilical vein varix at 31 weeks of gestation. Isolated Umbilical vein varix is a rare anomaly diagnosed on ultrasonography which has been reported to be associated with fetal anomalies and intrauterine fetal death but inconsistently. Since the cause of this variation is unknown, the consulting Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Dr. Deepika Aggarwal recommended the patient to get a thorough evaluation done for associated fetal anomalies. She

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c-section delivery,Caesarean section
September 30, 2019

A Caesarean section is considered to be a major abdominal surgery. This can be conducted as a lifesaving procedure for the baby and the mother at the time of delivery, however, it does carry certain risks and might take longer period for recovery when compared to a normal vaginal delivery. On an average a complete recovery from a cesarean section takes around 6 to 8 weeks. However, not every female is same and hence, there can be certain variations in the recovery period. In most of the

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