5 things you may not have known about postnatal depression
PREGNANCY & PARENTING

5 things you may not have known about postnatal depression

Postnatal depression (or PND) is experienced by women after they have a baby. This depression can occur at any time after pregnancy, but usually develops in the first month – however, this is not a hard and fast rule and it can also occur later.   1. It’s more common than you might think   Research estimates that PND affects one in ten mothers, but due to the difficulty in diagnosing it, the actual figure may be significantly higher than this. It affects women in different ways, and its duration…

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Increase Red Blood Cell Count During Pregnancy
PREGNANCY & PARENTING

Increase Red Blood Cell Count During Pregnancy

Red blood cells are very important because they transport oxygen from your heart to other parts of your body. The necessary amount of blood cells contributes to the development of a healthy baby. You can be anemic during pregnancy, which means you run out of blood. This deficiency causes respiratory problems, weakness, fatigue, dizziness, and irritability that spontaneous abortions can cause. Recent research has shown that during pregnancy if you do not have enough blood in your body, your baby will be autistic at birth. Even autistic babies increase due…

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Avoid this posture during late pregnancy
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Avoid this posture during late pregnancy

According to the authors, most pregnant women spend 25% of their bedtime lying down, which can be a risk factor for stillbirths and low birth weight. Future mothers, watch out! According to a recent study, reducing sleep in the supine position (lying horizontally with the face and trunk during the last phase of pregnancy) can improve maternal and fetal health. The results show that the mean supine sleep time of 48.3 minutes during the night of control was significantly reduced to 28.5 minutes during the night of the intervention.  …

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Identical twins do not share the same brain anatomy
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Identical twins do not share the same brain anatomy

Two individuals, including twins sharing the same brain anatomy, found a new study using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on fingerprints for personal identification. According to the researchers, this is due to a combination of genetic factors and individual life experiences.   Through a combination of genetic factors and individual life experiences, the use of magnetic resonance images of fingerprints finds a study, not a person, including twins, who share the same brain anatomy suggesting a personal identification. Because fingerprints are unique to every individual, the standard is in our heads,…

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Home kit raises chances of pregnancy by 89%
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Home kit raises chances of pregnancy by 89%

Couples who find it difficult to have a baby because they do not know the best days and regular visits to the follicular ultrasound lab are frustrating and can now improve their 89% chance with a small innovative home kit to identify fertile days with the help of a fertility monitor developed by a Bangalore-based medical diagnostics company. The Home Diagnostic Test Kit with Initio Reader, an application for your mobile device and test strips, allows women to track their fertile days at home in a simple and convenient way.…

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What is IVF Treatment_ - How Is IVF Treatment Performed In India_
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What is IVF Treatment? – How Is IVF Treatment Performed In India?

In vitro fertilization or IVF treatment is a common infertility treatment. It is a type of assistive reproductive technology. In an IVF treatment, the eggs from a woman’s ovaries are retrieved and fertilized with the sperm of a man. This fertilized egg is known as an embryo. The embryo is then frozen for storage or transferred into a woman’s uterus. The embryo can also be used in a surrogate or gestational carrier(a third party who carries your child in her womb).   Some countries have banned the practice of IVF…

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Why Every Mother Should Never Forget To Take Care Of Herself
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Why Every Mother Should Never Forget To Take Care Of Herself

When we have children, our priorities change, especially in the early years. We are aware that our children depend on us for everything and that we raise them, sometimes we tend to lose the perspective of ourselves, and we switch to mom mode and leave the woman behind. And that’s not good, it can affect our self-esteem and even our marriage. Finding the right balance between wife and mother is the key to being good in both and being able to do everything we do. Ghosts a.   We now…

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5 Amazing tips for healthy pregnancy during monsoon
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5 Amazing tips for healthy pregnancy during monsoon

Monsoon could provide much-needed help from the stifling summer heat, but there are also many allergies, infections, and illnesses. The rainy climate and the surrounding waters also promote the breeding of mosquitoes, increasing the risk of vector-borne diseases such as dengue, malaria, and chikungunya. The rainy season can be very unpleasant for future mothers. The truth is that the dark and humid weather conditions can often change moods and increase the risk of infection. Mumbai is currently experiencing heavy rains that cause flooding in many places.   Following are top…

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Depression During Pregnancy May Affect Your Child's Sleep
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Depression During Pregnancy May Affect Your Child’s Sleep

A new study has shown that the prenatal or postnatal depression of a mother can lead to problems in the sleep behavior of her infant.   Does your child have sleep problems? If this is the case, your emotions during pregnancy may be responsible, according to a new study that shows that prenatal or postnatal depression can cause problems for mother’s sleep behavior. Research has shown that a high level of happiness in the second and third trimesters was significantly associated with a lower risk of sleep problems in children.…

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Vitamin D and pregnancy_ What you need to know
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Vitamin D and pregnancy: What you need to know

A new study shows that women who have had a miscarriage are more likely to become pregnant and have a live birth if they have enough vitamin D compared to those who have insufficient amounts of this nutrient.   The human body needs sufficient amounts of vitamin D for various reasons, including maintaining healthy bones and teeth. Vitamin D is also one of the essential nutrients that play an important role during pregnancy. Vitamin D deficiency can lead to abnormal bone growth, broken bones or rickets in newborns. According to…

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