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Mar, 2018

Antidepressants During Pregnancy Pose Dilemma for Women

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In January 2008, Clori Rose, a high school teacher in Atlanta, was halfway through her pregnancy when she started to notice a significant change in her emotions. A remark from a student that she normally would have brushed aside sent her into a state of distress. "It made me cry, and I seriously couldn’t stop crying for 24 hours," Rose said. "I was so upset I had to call in…

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Mar, 2018

7 Common discomforts during pregnancy

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Women have been blessed with the ability to grow, nurture and give birth to a new life. However, during pregnancy, a woman’s body undergoes drastic physical and emotional upheaval. All this can be attributed to the change in hormonal level, which tends to cause several discomforts to a woman. Enlisted below are some common discomforts that women usually experience at various stages of their pregnancy: Nausea & Vomiting: A common…

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Mar, 2018

Understanding Anemia In Pregnancy

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  When there is an insufficiency of healthy red blood cells that helps to carry oxygen to the body tissues, then this medical condition is called anemia. Since the tissues do not get the required quantity of oxygen it affects the organs and its functions. During pregnancy, anemia is a concern because the condition could lead to a low birth weight of the baby or premature birth. Anemia could also…

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Mar, 2018

Pregnancy Stretch Marks

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  All about Pregnancy Stretch Marks: Causes, Treatment and Prevention Belly and breast are the two areas that grow the fastest during pregnancy. During Pregnancy, your skin is stretched to the limit that your skin starts displaying little tears in the layers of skin in the form of stretch marks. In fact, 90 percent of all pregnant women get these stretch marks around their belly, breasts, thighs, and hips and…

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Mar, 2018

Ectopic Pregnancy

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  When the fertilized egg gets attached in a place that is not the uterus then this is known as ectopic pregnancy. This is also called tubal pregnancy because almost all the cases of ectopic pregnancy happen in the Fallopian tube. The Fallopian tube is not capable of holding an embryo that is growing and thus the fertilized egg cannot develop properly and so has to be treated. The case…

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