Diet In Pregnancy

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by: Dr.Richa Mishra Pandey
Consultant Laparoscopic Gynae & Fertility Specialist

It’s always important to eat a balanced diet  and it’s more important when you’re pregnant because what you eat is the main source of nutrients for the fetus. Healthy eating is of great importance during preconception and pregnancy. A healthy …

Health and Fitness Tips for Women

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by: Dr. Talat Fatma
Consultant- Gynaecology & Infertility Specialist

It is a saying that the house doesn’t rest on the ground, it rests on the shoulders of a woman. Today a woman’s life is full of responsibilities and daily jobs. Due to her work and life pressures she is …

Imaging to Diagnose Thyroid Disorders

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by: Dr. Ashutosh Goyal
Consultant- Endocrinology Paras Hospitals,Gurgaon

Certain thyroid disorders like lump in the thyroid gland (thyroid nodule) and thyroid hormone excess (Hyperthyroidism) requires imaging evaluation which helps in indentifying the cause of problem and guides further course of treatment in a patient. Thee imaging tests are …

Obesity and Uterine Cancer

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by: Dr. Vinay Samuel Gaikwad
Senior Consultant – Surgical Oncology Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon

Cancer of the endometrium or the uterine area is a disease that affects in majority cases the post menopausal elderly women. Like all cancers this disease needs to be detected early and managed as soon as possible. Early detection and …

How Does Having Kids Affect Premature or Early Menopause?

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by: Dr. Zarin Rahman
Senior Consultant- Gynaecology

When menopause occurs before the age of 40, it is referred to as premature or early menopause. The average age of natural menopause is 48-51 years. Usually premature menopause occurs 10 years earlier than natural menopause. Such a health issue …

Hypertension – The Rising Incidences and What Causes it

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by: Dr. Vishal Agarwal

Hypertension is defined as elevation of systolic / diastolic or both blood pressures. For a normal adult 135/85 mmHg is the upper limit of the blood pressure. Hypertension is the most important, preventable risk factor for pre-mature death worldwide. Around …

Harms of Cigarette Smoking and Health Benefits of Quitting

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by: Dr. V.K. Thakur
Sr. Consultant- Internal Medicine Paras HMRI Hospital, Patna

Cigarette smoking is harmful in many ways. Cigarette smoke contains hundreds of harmful chemicals including cyanide carbon monoxide and ammonia. These chemicals can cause multi organ effects and can cause a plethora of diseases. Cancer, heart disease, hypertension, renal failure …

What is Maternal Hemodynamics

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by: Dr. Aruna Kalra
Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon, India

A woman’s body goes through numerous changes during pregnancy. A pregnant woman’s body is carrying another living being inside and the same starts to affect her.  The question that usually troubles all pregnant women is how and when will they …

Thyroid Issues in Womanhood and pregnancy

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by: Dr. Aruna Kalra
Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon, India

A variety of endocrine disorders can complicate pregnancy and vice versa. The most common of these are diabetes and thyroid disorder. Women usually face a number of endocrine issues due to the a number of changes that happen in their …

How to Heal Your Thyroid Naturally

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by: Dr Ajay Kumar Lal Das
Consultant – Internal Medicine, Paras Global Hospital, Darbhanga

Thyroid disease is a major complication affecting Indians today. It is a silent disease than mainly affects women than men. It is estimated that 3 in 8 women suffer from the risk of developing thyroid disease – either high production …

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