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Pregnancy

Department of Pediatric Surgery & Pediatric Urology and minimal access surgery

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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the inability of a woman to control her bladder function. There are many different kinds of incontinence.

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Recurrent Miscarriage

A recurrent miscarriage is defined as a woman losing her baby in the first 23 weeksand she has miscarried three or more times. Around one woman in every 100 has recurrent miscarriages.

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Presmenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual syndrome is the medical terms used for the physical and emotional symptoms that some women have before their menstrual period begins. PMS is sometimes called premenstrual tension (PMT). The symptoms start 7 to 14 days before your period (menstruation). The symptoms usually stop soon after your period begins.

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Preparing for a Normal Delivery

Birth – the culmination of nine months of pregnancy is definitely daunting, to all of us. Many of us face an overflow of information on the subject (from friends, family and the written word) that can leave us wondering whether we can go ahead with a normal delivery. If you are considering a normal delivery, it shows you believe in yourself and you trust your body.

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Fetal Medicine: Screenings

Screening for fetal aneuploidies is now an accepted norm in contemporary Maternal – Fetal medicine practice. It is imperative that every pregnant woman be offered an opportunity to assess the risk of chromosomal problems in her unborn fetus so that several decisions about the care of pregnancy are facilitated. However, with the advent of multiple tests at various gestational ages – each with its own advantages and limitations, the entire process of screening for fetal aneuploidies becomes an enigma for Obstetricians.

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Cervical Cancer

Sumithra was suffering from prolonged white discharge. When she discussed with her friends they said that it was common in women. It was occasionally blood stained and she started worrying when she noticed that every time she had intercourse she was bleeding. At this point her husband insisted that she see a gynecologist.

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Caesarean Section Recovery & Risks

These days, having a caesarean section is becoming more and more common. This is a major abdominal surgery and therefore, the woman undergoing this procedure is susceptible to the following…

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Breast feeding Advice for You

Breast feeding is dependent on a basic principle ofdemand and supply. The mother’s body responds to the baby’s sucking by producing milk as per the requirement. However, there may be a delay in establishment of a breast feeding pattern in some mothers. In such cases, it is very important to stay relaxed and positive.

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Advantages of breastfeeding

Breast milk is the best form of nutrition for babies. It has the perfect combination of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, and fluids that new-born babies require. It is recommended that babies are fed only breast milk for their first six months - with no water, other fluids or solids.

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Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection

Ratna came out of her boss's room in tears. He had issued a warning to her saying that she was taking too much time off from work claiming to be sick.

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