pregnancy complications

Heartburn – How To Handle It In Pregnancy?

By Dr. Vandana Gupta, Gynaecology Heartburn is not an uncommon problem during pregnancy. More than 50% of women get a heartburn during pregnancy. This is especially common for women who are in the third or second trimesters of the pregnancy. It is also highly likely that you may harm your baby if…

Can Bleeding In Pregnancy Be Complicated?

By Dr. Sadhana Mehta, Gynaecology Sudden bleeding during pregnancy can be a cause for worry. Bleeding could be a sign of an underlying condition; however, it isn’t always harmful. I. Bleeding in the First Trimester – Bleeding is common among 20% women in the first twelve weeks during pregnancy. The moderate causes that…

Vaginal Bleeding – What Can Cause It In Pregnancy?

By Dr. Uddhavraj Dudhedia, Gynaecology Vaginal bleeding at the time of pregnancy can be really scary. But it isn’t as severe always especially during the first trimester where bleeding is quite normal. Yet still, it is necessary to take measures lest it smells of an imminent miscarriage or something that demands an…

Hypertension In Pregnancy – How To Manage It?

By Dr. Vandna Narula, Gynaecology Hypertension is a potentially fatal complication for pregnant women. It is caused by high blood pressure. Hypertension, besides the high levels of blood pressure, includes symptoms such as swollen feet and hands, and protein found in urine. If blood pressure is high during pregnancy, it puts excessive…

Diabetes – How To Tackle It In Pregnancy?

By Genesis Fertility And Surgical Center, IVF Speciality There are two types of Diabetes which may occur during pregnancy, Type 1 and Type 2 and together they form the most common complications to pregnant women. Occurrence of diabetes during pregnancy also increases the chances for the new born child to contract…

Morning Sickness – How To Handle It While You Are Pregnant?

By Dr. Bhagyashree Deshmukh, Gynaecology Morning sickness during pregnancy is not at all a rare problem. 90% of pregnant women experience some type of nausea or vomiting during their pregnancy. This is actually a symptom that you are having a perfectly healthy baby and it usually disappears around the fourth month of…

Hypertensive Disorders During Pregnancy – What Should You Know?

By Dr. Namrata Dhaval Shah, Gynaecology One of the most common conditions that women develop while pregnancy is hypertension. Research reveals that hypertensive disorders affect about 2% to 3% of women during pregnancy. Hypertensive disorders that affect pregnant women have been characterized into 4 types- 1. Chronic Hypertension- This category of hypertension in general…

Morning Sickness – How To Get Rid Of It In Pregnancy?

By Dr. Uddhavraj Dudhedia, Gynaecology Morning sickness during pregnancy is not at all a rare problem. 90% of pregnant women experience some type of nausea or vomiting during their pregnancy. This is actually a symptom that you are having a perfectly healthy baby and it usually disappears around the fourth month of…

Heartburn – How To Tackle It While You Are Pregnant?

By Rubi Kumari, Gynaecology Heartburn is not an uncommon problem during pregnancy. More than 50% of women get heartburn during pregnancy. This is especially common for women who are in the third or second trimesters of the pregnancy. It is also highly likely that you may harm your baby if you try…

Acid Reflux In Pregnancy – Know How To Deal With It!

By Dr. Rohan Palshetkar, Gynaecology Heartburn is not an uncommon problem during pregnancy. More than 50% of women get heartburn during pregnancy. This is especially common for women who are in the third or second trimesters of the pregnancy. It is also highly likely that you may harm your baby if you…