It’s twins! Those words can fill parents with both excitement and trepidation. From a medical standpoint, expecting twins moves your pregnancy into the high-risk category. The only way to diagnose twins is by sonogram. There are two types of twins – fraternal and identical. Fraternal twins come from two individual eggs. Each twin has itsContinue reading “Twin Pregnancy Care”
Dysmenorrhea is the medical term used to refer to painful periods. More than half of women experience pain with their periods
Don’t stop moving when you are pregnant! Being active and exercising during pregnancy has many benefits.
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive technique that involves the physician making two to three small incisions in the abdomen and placing camera inside the abdomen.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure that can be used to diagnose problems associated with the lining of the uterus, or it may be uses as an operative approach to manage polyps, small fibroids or sterilization.
What risk factors define a high-risk pregnancy?
Monitoring your baby’s well-being is a central feature of your prenatal care. From the most basic, listening to your baby’s heartbeat during your regular exam, to the more complex fetal monitoring for high risk pregnancies, technology allows a more thorough look at the health of your baby.
Endometriosis is when these cells that are normally inside the uterus are, instead, found outside of the uterus on the ovaries, tubes, appendix and intestines. Further, these endometrial cells are not aware of their abnormal location and continue to respond to ovarian hormones.
ovulation induction is an approach to overcome the failure of the ovaries to ovulate
Urinary incontinence is the leakage of urine and is common problem among women. There are several disorders can lead to urinary incontinence.