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Intrauterine Fetal Death

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Jan, 2019

Intrauterine Fetal Death

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If expectant mother losses her child at or after the 20th week of gestation, it means she has undergone intrauterine fetal death which is a clinical term for stillbirth. The grief of parents who have lost their child is unimaginable. It is important to know what may cause intrauterine fetal death to take precautions and avoid the risks of recurrence. Illiteracy, poor socioeconomic conditions, lack of accurate information are a…

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Pregnant Lady's Pulse And A Normal Pulse

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Jan, 2019

What Is The Difference Between A Pregnant Lady’s Pulse And A Normal Pulse?

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There are many changes that happen in the woman’s body. When she gets pregnant and one of the major changes is the pulse rate of the pregnant woman. The pulse rate is the number of times that the heart beats in a minute. The pulse rate increases when the body is working hard and when extra blood is pumped through the body. The pregnant woman’s pulse rate is monitored as…

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Pregnancy without Gallbladder

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Jan, 2019

Pregnancy without Gallbladder

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The gallbladder is a small organ in your body but it could be the cause of a lot of trouble when you are pregnant. The changes that happen in pregnancy could affect the way in which your gallbladder works. When the gallbladder gets affect then the complications and impact on the health of the baby can happen. It is important that you be aware of the symptoms so that you…

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Premature Labor And Birth

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Jan, 2019

Premature Labor And Birth

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Preterm labor occurs when the pregnant woman experiences regular contractions which causes a change in the cervix. The contractions in the uterus start before the 37th week of pregnancy. When there is a change in the cervix it causes the cervix to thin out which is called effacement and dilation where the cervix opens and lets the fetus enter the birth canal. A normal pregnancy lasts for around 40 weeks.…

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Jan, 2019

Low Risk Pregnancy Guidelines

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Low-risk pregnancy is when the mother is healthy and does not have any pre-existing health condition. She is also not carrying multiples and has conceived ina healthy age and is maintaining proper weight. The mother and the baby are healthy and there are very fewer chances of any complications. This means that the mother has a low-risk pregnancy. Medical intervention in low-risk pregnancies In low-risk pregnancy, it is taken to…

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