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I am a 28 yrs old and have just delivered a baby boy. I feel depressed and worthless. What should I do?

Oct 26, 2016
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Studies suggest that 70% of the women post delivery might suffer from some form of mental illness such as depression. The feeling of being burdened with a child, loss of freedom and change in bodyappearance may affect women. these can be overcome by speaking with your partner, engaging in useful activities, reading or spending more … Continue reading I am a 28 yrs old and have just delivered a baby boy. I feel depressed and worthless. What should I do?

I am pregnant and exercise severe skin stretch and back pain. How can physiotherapy help?

Oct 26, 2016
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Pregnancy leads to weight gain, muscle stretch and back pain complains are common. Pregnant women also tend to spend time on the bed and refrain from any physical activity. It is best that you enrol yourself in a pre natal physiotherapy session or ante natal class that teaches you the breathing exercises, stretching regimes and … Continue reading I am pregnant and exercise severe skin stretch and back pain. How can physiotherapy help?

I am a 45 yr old woman. Post pregnancy, I start to experience urine leaks. Is there is a treatment other than surgery?

Oct 26, 2016
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Kegel exercises and pelvic floor exercises are the best recommendations for you. They are a bunch of exercises that can help strengthen the pelvic muscles and help you control your urine. This issue is called urinary incontinence. By simply getting a session of training you will be able to strengthen your bladder muscles. You can … Continue reading I am a 45 yr old woman. Post pregnancy, I start to experience urine leaks. Is there is a treatment other than surgery?

I am a 55 yrs old woman, is it too late to opt for physiotherapy classes for muscle toning and fitness?

Oct 26, 2016
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There is no age restriction for fitness. You can start at any age and it is never too late. Issues caused by one or more pregnancies, childbirth, chronically poor ways of moving or menopause often don't get better on their own.   They typically get worse or can manifest later in life.  It's never too … Continue reading I am a 55 yrs old woman, is it too late to opt for physiotherapy classes for muscle toning and fitness?

What are the common reasons to see a Fetal Medicine expert?

Oct 25, 2016
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The common reasons are: twin /triplet pregnancy, high risk for down syndrome on dual/triple/quadruple test, recurrent miscarriages, baby not growing properly, previous affected child or suspicious of birth defects.

How do Fetal Medicine experts diagnose the problems?

Oct 25, 2016
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They usually do it with the help of ultrasound, blood tests, Fetal MRI's. In some cases they might do a needle test like amniocentesis or CVS to take samples of the amniotic fluid/placenta so as to study the baby's chromosomes or know the infection status.

Who should goto a Fetal Medicine expert?

Oct 25, 2016
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All the pregnant women should see a Fetal Medicine expert irrespective of the normalcy. This will avoid misinterpretation and mis-diagnosis of various conditions of pregnancy. Those with any pregnancy problems abnormalities or fetal growth problems mandate to seek an expert advise from a Fetal Medicine expert.

How is a Sonologists different from a Fetal Medicine expert?

Oct 25, 2016
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Ideally, a Fetal Medicine Expert is who has completed a fellowship and has certificates of competence from Fetal Medicine Foundation or an equivalent body. These experts are primarily motivated to minimize the risks to your baby before it is born. They are gynaecologists who have done an advanced degree in screening for fetal defects.

Why Fetal Medicine?

Oct 25, 2016
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One may argue that birthing is since ages of Adam and Eve, then why do we need a special branch now? The specialised medical discipline- Fetal Medicine is an endeavour to bring a healthy baby to you, diagnosing the abnormalities-structural, chromosomal or growth, before it is born and perhaps treating the fetus in the womb … Continue reading Why Fetal Medicine?

What is Fetal Medicine?

Oct 25, 2016
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It is a specialised branch of obstetrics, which includes assessing and maintaining the health of the fetus(baby inside the womb),diagnosing illnesses/abnormalities and treating them if possible before the baby is born. Fetal Medicine can be arbitrarily divided into prenatal diagnosis and fetal treatment (fetal surgeries).

What should I do in a Lamaze Class?

Oct 25, 2016
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You should be open about your fears and apprehensions. You can share the same with the instructor or the experts in private or on a group. You should also shut out negative thoughts and relax. Explore your medical intervention options for delivery – C Section, Normal or Painless. Also track the trigger and the cause … Continue reading What should I do in a Lamaze Class?

What is the basic information that is provided in a Lamaze Class?

Oct 25, 2016
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Lamaze classes are sessions recommended for expecting mothers and their outcome is best whenboth the partners attend the same. Information and training is provided regarding the pregnancy health, health outcomes – pre and post delivery, labour pain management, pain relief, epidural choices, relaxation methods- breathing and massage, birthing positioning techniques, communication skills and medical procedures.

When to start Lamaze Sessions and where?

Oct 25, 2016
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It is best recommended that you start attending or request to attend a session in the 7 th month of pregnancy. Paras Bliss specialises in Lamaze sessions. If you wish to take classes elsewhere insist on a specialised Lamaze instructor.
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