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Pregnancy what is Placenta Praevia

February 6, 2018

Placenta praevia is a condition affecting the placenta during the pregnancy. The placenta is a round and flat organ which is formed during the pregnancy in order to supply oxygen to the baby from the mother. The placenta is formed soon after the conception and attaches itself on the inside wall of the uterus. In […]

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Different Types of Placenta

February 6, 2018

Placenta is the most important structure between the maternal and fetal circulation and would be providing the fetus with all its nutrients as well as other immuno-chemical substances from the maternal circulation while helping in expelling the toxic waste produced from the fetal circulation. Apart from this, the hormonal secretions by the placenta will help […]

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Explanation of the Conception Process of Pregnancy

February 6, 2018

Ovulation: Each month, in one of a woman’s two ovaries, a group of immature eggs start to develop in small fluid-filled cysts called follicles. Normally, one of the follicles is selected to complete development (maturation). This “dominant follicle” suppresses the growth of all of the other follicles, which stop growing and degenerate. The mature follicle […]

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Early Symptoms of Pregnancy

February 6, 2018

The early symptoms of pregnancy are numerous and can vary. If you are sexually active, you may become pregnant regardless of whether you consistently use birth control. At the first sign that you are feeling something out of the ordinary, ask yourself if you have any of the following symptoms: Missing your period. For many, […]

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Causes of Lower Back Pain during Pregnancy

February 6, 2018

Back pain is a common symptom of pregnancy that as many as 50% to 70% of pregnant women experience. While it most commonly occurs in the later stages of pregnancy as the baby bump grows larger, back pain can also be one of the early signs of pregnancy. There are two types of back pain […]

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Body changes Pregnancy Physiological changes Pregnancy

February 6, 2018

Pregnancy brings about many changes in the life of the mother, as well as the lives around her.  As the months begin to pass and the new addition to the family grows into a healthy baby, the mother undergoes many important physiological changes in her body.  These changes begin at the moment of conception.  As […]

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Cures for Morning Sickness

February 6, 2018

One of the necessary evils of most pregnancies, morning sickness can strike anytime and anywhere. It can be uncomfortable to say the least, and many mothers-to-be struggle with it for far beyond the first three months of their pregnancy. A number of remedies can help address this malicious malady. Motion sickness wristbands With the power […]

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Fetal Development in the first Month after Conception

February 6, 2018

The birth of a child is often referred to as the beginning of a new life. Yet in some respects, the series of events that takes place before birth are even more important than that which occurs afterward. If the happenings before birth – known as the period of fetal development – do not occur […]

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Distinguishing between Ectopic Pregnancy and Tubal Pregnancy

February 5, 2018

One of the most serious disorders that can occur during early pregnancy is the condition called tubal pregnancy.  Along with this term, there is another one that is commonly used for the said disorder – ectopic pregnancy.  It is worth distinguishing between these two terms. There are occasional instances in early pregnancy when the united […]

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How to Relieve Back Pain in Pregnancy

February 5, 2018

Many women experience back pain during pregnancy.  What causes backache during pregnancy?  Carrying a baby places much stress on your back.  The growing baby, expanding uterus and your heavier breasts all shift the centre of gravity, increasing the hollow in your back.  This gradually increasing strain will shown its effect on various parts of the […]

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