Tests For Chromosomal Abnormalities

It is compulsory that pregnant women of all ages undergo screening and invasive diagnostic testing for chromosomal abnormalities before they are up to 20 weeks’. Of course, recent developments in screening methods have widened the options for patients.

Early Signs of Pregnancy

The earliest sign of pregnancy is a missed menstrual period. Light bleeding or “spotting” during your pregnancy may be mistaken as your period. Sometimes this may occur during the time when your period is due. Implantation bleeding is also another sign of pregnancy and must be assessed carefully to avoid confusion whether this is menstrual blood or not.

Make Your Pregnancy A Healthy One

A healthy pregnancy not only benefits your growing baby, but also benefits you. This all starts with a healthy diet. A healthy diet is vital when you are pregnant. There is no magic trick to a “pregnancy diet”. A balanced diet is all that you (and your baby!) need.

Get Pregnant With Irregular Periods

An irregular menstrual cycle in most times, is a sign of irregular ovulation. A woman may not ovulate every month, or she may ovulate at different periods from month to month. The main concern when it comes to irregular periods is that there might be absent or irregular ovulation. And if you’re not ovulating, you won’t get pregnant. Issues with ovulation are responsible for about 30% of all cases of infertility.

Support For Fertility Challenges

Couples might experience difficulty in childbearing for many reasons. Proper assessment and investigation are needed to understand the underlying cause in order to identify the best treatment for each individual. It is not enough to “live and eat healthy”, neither is it enough to consume “fertility boosting food”. Sometimes you need to face the problem head on, and target it with the correct treatment.

Trying To Conceive

If you are reading this article, you and your partner are probably trying to conceive. We hope this article provides you with tips and tricks you need to guide you through the very first step of parenthood.

Week 3

Week 3 starts from day 15 and ends on day 22. It starts at the end of the ovulation stage. There is an increase in progesterone levels while there is a massive drop of testosterone and estrogen during the initial half of the third week. The first half of the third week feels like premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Week 2

During the second week of pregnancy, you are not officially pregnant, it’s just that the doctors count the pregnancy immediately after the first day of your last menstrual period. However, during this stage, the body starts undergoing some changes in order to prepare it for your pregnancy journey. The hormonal levels get triggered during this… Continue reading Week 2

Week 1

Pregnancy is usually counted just after you are done with your last period. It is done by the doctors to evaluate the accurate day of your conception. During the first week of pregnancy, the body starts preparing for the major event to occur to take place in your life where you’ll deliver your bundle of… Continue reading Week 1

About Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a painful condition where the tissue covering the uterus (endometrium) outgrows the uterus leading to the involvement of the reproductive system. Endometriosis results in the involvement of fallopian tubes, ovaries along with the pelvis lining.