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ectopic pregnancy, different types of ectopic pregnancy, early signs of ectopic pregnancy, ectopic pregnancy risk factors
July 1, 2020

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 pregnancy, the fertilised egg starts growing outside the uterus, somewhere else in the belly. It is also referred to as extra-uterine pregnancy. As the fertilised

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Role of Folic Acid During Pregnancy,pregnancy,best gynaecologist in Gurgaon
March 23, 2020

Folic acid plays a vital role in the growth and development of your baby, especially in the first trimester of pregnancy. Hence, folic acid supplements are often prescribed during pregnancy. Let’s explore the importance of folic acid during pregnancy. What Is folic acid? Folic acid, also called pteroylmonoglutamic acid, is the synthetic form of Folate (Vitamin B9). While folate is typically found in leafy vegetables, folic acid is present in fortified food items or supplements.

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Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
December 19, 2019

Overview Gestational diabetes is a condition where a pregnant female has a high level of blood sugar. It is important that the female had normal blood sugar levels prior to pregnancy to be called gestational diabetes. This condition usually resolves as the baby is born. There are very high chances of a female who has had gestational diabetes to develop type 2 diabetes eventually later on in her life. Symptoms Most of the women with gestational diabetes usually do not present with any

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Breech Baby,breech
October 10, 2019

What is Breech? Babies lying bottom first or feet first in the uterus (womb) instead of in the usual head first position are called breech babies. At term only 3 to 4 out of 10 babies are found to be in breech position. Why is your baby breech? In most cases it is only a matter of chance that a baby does not turn and remains in the breech (bottom down) position. In a few situations, certain factors make it difficult for a baby to turn during pregnancy. These might include the amount of fluid

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