complications in pregnancy

How To Deal With Placental Insufficiency?

By Dr. Archana A Prabhu, Gynaecology The placenta is an organ in your body which grows in your womb during pregnancy. Placental insufficiency, also known as placental dysfunction, is a rare but grievous pregnancy complication. It usually occurs when the placenta under-develops or is damaged. It is a blood flow disorder which…

Homeopathy for Problems During & After PREGNANCY

By Dr. Neha Gupta , Homeopathy High quality prenatal care is the foundation for the good health of both mother and baby. This is achieved by combining the best of both orthodox and complementary therapies. The principles of homeopathic medicine explain the reasons behind the odd cravings and food aversions of pregnancy.…

Braxton Hicks Contractions: What To Know

By Dr. Vandana Hegde, Gynaecology Also known as “false” labor pains, Braxton Hicks contractions usually occur before the actual labor sets in. Their purpose is to prepare the body for the process of giving birth as well as to endure the immense pain once the labor starts. Symptoms- The features of these…

Most Common Complications in Pregnancy

By Dr. Suman Rao, Gynaecology Pregnancy is considered to be one of the most challenging and important phases in the life of a woman. Pregnancy Complications are health problems that occur during pregnancy. They can involve the mother’s health, the baby’s health, or both. Some women have health problems before they become…

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

By Dr Arpana Jain , Gynaecology Occurrence of multiple number of losses in pregnancy is known as Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. It is the involuntary ending of a pregnancy that is clinically recognized before 20 weeks. The clinically-recognized pregnancy is the visualization of the pregnancy on an ultrasound or identification of the pregnancy…

Life threatening complications in pregnancy and child birth

By International Fertility Centre , Gynaecology During pregnancy, the body of a woman undergoes a host of changes that entail numerable complications. Though some of these complications do subside on their own, few can be life-threatening. Some of Life Threatening Complications in Pregnancy and Childbirth are- 1. Bleeding: This is one of…