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Alcohol during pregnancy, how much alcohol is safe during pregnancy, how much alcohol is ok during pregnancy, alcohol consumption during early pregnancy, effects of using alcohol during pregnancy, drinking alcohol during pregnancy, no amount of alcohol is safe during pregnancy, Side effects of Alcohol during pregnancy
February 27, 2021

‘Drinking is injurious to health’ - all of us are familiar with this health advisory. The ill-effects of alcohol are evident among people of all age groups. There is no good time for heavy drinking. However, there is a most definitively a bad time - pregnancy. Alcohol during pregnancy poses harm to not only the expectant mother but also the unborn child.  In this article, Dr  Aruna Kalra, a top obstetrician and gynaecologists at the CK Birla Hospital, talks about the effects of using

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December 18, 2020

Congratulations on your pregnancy! You can now prepare to go through a rollercoaster of emotional and physical changes during the next 9 months. While pregnancy is mostly a joyous life event, it is also a time that calls for caution. You need to stay informed and practice watchfulness at every step. It is, therefore, important to learn about the warning signs of pregnancy.  In this article, Dr Astha Dayal, one of the best obstetricians in Gurgaon explains the most common warning signs during

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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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Tubal Ectopic Pregnancy
August 30, 2019

Normally, after fertilisation, the egg becomes a zygote and develops in the ovary for a certain period before migrating from the ovaries to the uterus through the fallopian tube. In the uterus, the zygote gets implanted in the uterine walls and develops into a full-grown baby gradually. An ectopic pregnancy is one that grows outside the uterus. An ectopic pregnancy can be life threatening because as the pregnancy gets bigger inside the tube, it can burst (rupture) causing severe pain and

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