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Common Gynaecology Problems Most Women Suffer From

By, Dr. Samriti Uppal, Gynaecology In addition to various problems concerned with day to day living, women also experience problems of the physical body especially gynaecology related. So, let’s discover the four down there woes that affect you and other women the most. 1. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) The calling cards…

Pregnancy Ultrasound Scans: An Overview

By Dr. Seema Jain, Gynaecology An ultrasound test transmits sound waves of very high frequency through the abdomen via a transducer (a device used to get a view of the interior of the abdomen). With the prenatal ultrasound, the resonance is recorded and then transformed into photographic images or video of…

Check Your Knowledge About IVF!

By Dr. Rakhi Gupta , Gynaecology In Vitro Fertilization or IVF is the process of manually combining a female egg and male sperm artificially in a laboratory and then introducing the embryo to the uterus. This is an assisted reproductive technology. The procedure is formed to help conception in individuals with fertility…

9 Things You Must Know Before Going For An IVF

By Dr. Vandana Jain , Gynaecology In Vitro Fertilization or IVF is the process of manually combining a female egg and male sperm artificially in a laboratory and then introducing the embryo to the uterus. This is an assisted reproductive technology. The procedure is formed to help conception in individuals with fertility…

Depression can affect your prospect of getting pregnant

Severe depression can affect your chances of conceiving, recent study claims. The research revealed a harrowing 38% decrease in the probability of getting pregnant among women who exhibited conspicuous signs and symptoms of depression in contrast to those who had no depressive symptoms. Regardless of the use of psychotropic medications,…

Planning Your Pregnancy? Read On To Know When You Should Stop Taking Contraceptives!

A pertinent question, which usually perturbs most women, is when they should stop taking oral contraceptives when they are planning the pregnancy. Is it done immediately or a couple of months in advance? Well, if you’re wondering the answer to the same, you need to read this. Studies show that…