Apr 26, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Symptoms & Fixes

Pregnancy Facts – Weirdest Things That Happen

Pregnancy Facts – Weirdest Things That Happen
Irrespective of whether you are an expectant mom or a guy keen on gaining a deeper understanding about what pregnant women actually are going through, here is a compilation of ten of the strangest & some rather unsettling pregnancy facts which transpire though often kept secreted. Being Preggers for Well Past a Year Majority of the gestations are lasting for around nine months & physicians, in most likelihood, would be inducing labor when gestation extends beyond a certain stage. This being stated, it is likely for pregnancy to be prolonging for an entire year. The most protracted gestation was recorded to last 375  [...]

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Apr 21, 2011
Posted in Assisted Reproduction

In Vitro Fertilization Controversial 3-Parent Technique

In Vitro Fertilization Controversial 3-Parent Technique
Fertility supervisory body HFEA (Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority) recently supported a medical advancement that would lead to infants being born with trio biological parents since they would be having genes from mom, dad plus a woman egg donor and deemed it as safe, though further lab experimentations are necessary prior to them being deployed in clinic settings. This divisive in vitro fertilization method essentially intervenes in the fertilization process for removal of flawed mitochondrial DNA that might cause mitochondrial conditions – an array of conditions like lethal cardiovascular issues, failed liver,  [...]

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Apr 19, 2011
Posted in Child Disorders

April is Autism Awareness Month – Knowing Which Treatments Work & Don’t

April is Autism Awareness Month – Knowing Which Treatments Work & Don’t
April is commemorated as Autism Awareness Month for the key purpose of reminding us of the varied challenges that autistic kids & their kin face on a day-to-day basis & how we can all contribute to this noble endeavour. In the recent past, autism cases have seen a sharp spurt from one in 110 kids to one in seventy boys. Though autism is not a lethal condition, it has now been identified as an endemic because of the increasing numbers of kids being identified with it. This kind of awareness is necessary due to the impact that the kids identified with autism would be having on the society when they enter adulthood. Currently  [...]

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Apr 14, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Care

Sex During Pregnancy – What You Need to Know

Sex During Pregnancy – What You Need to Know
Though it might be hard to believe, but your partner still finds you sexy. Keep the intensity & intimacy going strong whilst the infant is growing with the following things to bear in mind for making preggo sex comfy, safe & pleasurable for both the partners. Sex During Pregnancy Important Information Positions like the side-by-side, from behind or woman-on-top are preferable for sex during pregnancy since they are lesser uncomfortable with advancing gestation. Deeply penetrating by the male partner must be something decided by the woman & her comfort level. Air, some foreign object or air in the vaginal  [...]

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Apr 12, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Health, Staying Fit

Factor V Pregnancy Exercise Plan

Factor V Pregnancy Exercise Plan
Factor V is a heritable condition predisposing you to blood clot formations. During gestational period, likelihood of blood clots forming augments, inclusive of DVT or deep vein thrombosis clots that arise in the deeper veins such as the thigh’s femoral vein. Deep vein thrombosis atypically arises – 1 from each one to two thousand gestations. But, gestational alterations in blood because of hormone levels tend to increase the frequency of DVT in females by five to ten percent as compared to other sets. But, majority of the females having Factor V experience normal pregnancy & merely ten per cent of individuals having  [...]

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Apr 7, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Symptoms & Fixes

Morning Sickness Remedies That Really Work

Morning Sickness Remedies That Really Work
In case you are one of the fifty to seventy percent of females having some extent of morning sickness, those ‘blessed’ pregnancy hormones couldn’t be amply thanked for the fact that those constant barfs or farts, the thoughts of consuming only Pretzels feels appetizing & the earlier-sexy-smelling hubby’s body spray presently just makes you want to puke out violently. Don’t be disheartened as the positive aspect is that firstly, morning sickness perhaps wouldn’t be lasting throughout gestation (typically seventeen weeks is the avg. time for the barf episodes to last) & secondly, latest trials have found  [...]

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Apr 5, 2011
Posted in Child Disorders, Young Baby

Early Signs of Autism to Watch For In Your Baby

Early Signs of Autism to Watch For In Your Baby
Studies have begun divulging that early signs of autism could commence virtually birth-onwards (a latest trial linked the atypical developmental condition to erroneous cells in the maternal placenta). As per a recently conducted nationwide assessment, 1 from 175 children has autism. Although majority of the children are not identified till they are two years old or more, trials reveal that several of them are exhibiting signs & symptoms quite early on. Are you worried that your baby could be autistic? Be vigilant about his/ her behaviour. Caveat Indications of Early Signs of Autism Here is a listing of likely warning  [...]

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Apr 1, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Mastitis Symptoms Among Breastfeeding Mothers

Mastitis Symptoms Among Breastfeeding Mothers
Mastitis is a condition wherein the breast develops inflammation & becomes red, tender and painful. An infection might be present; hence it is always prudent to seek consultation of a healthcare expert for determining if the use of antibiotics is needed. Abscesses could result from infections in the breasts which have then to be operatively drained, though this could be averted at all times by proper treatment of mastitis. Mastitis Symptoms A section or the entire breast is too agonizing, hot, sore, reddish & has swelling. Several mothers could isolate a specific inflamed region whereas as on other situations there  [...]

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