Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is a condition of abnormally raised blood sugar levels that may occur in the second part of the pregnancy and goes away once the baby is born. Some women with gestational diabetes may need no treatment, some need a strict diet and others may need insulin injections. Testing for gestational … Read more Gestational Diabetes- Get a proper diagnosis before getting stressed !out !
Dr Divya Gaur had been doing lot of Antenatal pregnancy sessions. Discussing with her patient’s about various possible complications during pregnancy, how to manage aches and pains, antenatal exercises for a healthy pregnancy and also exercises about easy labor and delivery . It’s been a beautiful and enriched journey so far with all pregnant females … Read more Antenatal Pregnancy sessions – Bump & Baby Club
Pregnancy is an important phase in a women’s life, which takes a great toll on the body and mind of the to-be-mother. It brings along many changes internally as well as externally for her. In these times, healthy eating and proper sleep are the two most crucial necessities for a pregnant body, as they hugely … Read more Lying Position During Pregnancy
Wondering if we can eat papaya during pregnancy? The answer is NO. Papaya intake apparently brings on labour early or causes miscarriage. This is partially true. Papayas, especially the unripe and semi-ripe ones are rich in latex, which is known to trigger uterine contractions. Unripe fruits contains chemicals that are similar to prostaglandins which initiated … Read more Papaya – Fruit to avoid during pregnancy!.
“Consuming ghee is good for pregnancy” is one such myth that is very popular, particularly in Indian home, but completely lacks evidence or scientific reasoning to support the claim. It is often thought that like castor oil, ghee can act as a laxative which can help induce labor in women who are overdue. By irritating … Read more Pregnancy Myth: Eating ghee for a easy delivery?
Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), is defined by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons as “pain along the inner edge of the shinbone (tibia).” Shin splints are usually caused by repeated trauma to the connective muscle tissue surrounding the tibia. They are a common injury affecting athletes who engage in … Read more Shin Splints – Shin bone pain ! Physiotherapy as a cure ?..
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