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Published by Times Of India

June 19, 2019

Every mom wants to make the arrival of her little one a memorable event. From eating healthy, staying active to prenatal classes, she prepares her body for smooth delivery all through the nine months. Yet, there are women who suffer from birth trauma. In fact, this is the very reason why many women don’t want to have a second baby. For the unversed, there is a birthing technique that is supposed to be smooth (and positive) and it is called water birthing. While it is not common in India

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Published by Baby Chakra

February 12, 2019

It’s not very unusual to be hearing terms as Amniocentesis peppered into conversations of pregnant women. Many Gynecologists are recommending this procedure nowadays. Most people are scared about amniocentesis and reach out to their doctor with a barrage of queries. I have compiled a list of 10 commonly asked questions from my patients for the larger benefit of the expectant couples. Amniocentesis, done by a Fetal Medicine Specialist, is a safe procedure and relatively less painful. What

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Published by Popxo

February 7, 2019

महिलाओं को अक्सर पेट के निचले हिस्से में यानि नाभि के निचले हिस्से में दर्द होता है, लेकिन वो इसे नजरंदाज कर देती हैं या फिर इसे सामान्य दर्द मानते हुए दर्द की गोली खाकर इसका इलाज कर लेती हैं।

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Published by Babychakra

February 5, 2019

  10% of the world’s Thalassemics are Indians   India has a high incidence of Thalassemic population, contributing to 10% of the world’s Thalassemics. Despite the high prevalence, Thalassemia draws little attention, unless a family member is affected or a couple decides to have a child. Thalassemia, simply put, is a condition that affects the red blood cells due to defective production of haemoglobin. These cells are responsible for carrying oxygen to all organs of the body.

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Published by Medikoe

January 28, 2019

  Rh isoimmunization is not a term that you come across every day, but it is a nightmarish condition to expectant mothers. Rh isoimmunization is a condition where the lady has Rh Negative blood group and her body develops anitibodies against Rh positive blood groups. When this lady carries a child who has a Rh positive blood group, then the antibodies attack the blood cells of the Foetus, causing Fetal Anemia. This can cause devastating effects for the foetus such as cardiac failure and

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Published by Herzindagi

January 28, 2019

Any kind of Cancer is not a joke and cannot be ruled out of your life as it is not necessary that you can have it only if it runs in the family! It can happen to anyone, at any given point of life. Though there is no 100% cure to it, we can at least detect it at the right time and go through some treatment to curb it for some time. Dr Aruna Kalra, gynaecologist and obstetrics surgeon, CK Birla Hospital, Gurugram, told HerZindagi on what it is, how can one check on it and what causes

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January 28, 2019

Proud to share that our very own Dr Rachna Singh, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, has been recognised by YourStory as one of the 100 Emerging Voices of 2018. Watch out for more from her this

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Published by Yourstory

January 28, 2019

Dr Rachna writes about the effects of work stress - how it’s harmful to both physical and emotional health. She tells us how to deal with and manage stress and maintain both physical and mental wellbeing. Her Story:Dr Rachna Singh is a doctor in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology department at CK Birla Hospital. She has over 15 years of experience with corporate private sector hospitals of repute including Paras and Max Hospitals. She has also worked with the Mount Elizabeth Medical

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Published by The Economic Times

November 12, 2018

By Dr Aruna Kalra Diabetes is a metabolic syndrome in which insulin in our body is not able to utilise glucose to provide energy to the body. The signs of diabetes in men tend to be more recognisable, making it easier for men to get diagnosed earlier. Men tend to develop type 2 diabetes at a younger age and at a lower weight, which means they receive more aggressive treatment sooner for both diabetes and potential heart health risks. Women behave differently when affected by diabetes

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Published by B+ve

October 30, 2018

Some of the physiological changes experienced during pregnancy is increased blood volume, relaxation of blood vessels, hemodilution, increased cardiac output, increased pulse rate and decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure, due to lower resistance in the peripheral arteries. In a pregnant woman, there is an increased fow of blood in the body for proper supply of oxygen and food nutrients for it to reach the foetus. As a result of this, the body’s blood pressure decreases

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