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Hi doctor I have Pcos now I lost 7 kg weight I want to get pregnant I don't have ovarian cyst but follicle egg not growing so 6 months I took different medicines allopathy and ayurvedic medicines but not cured so I want to conceive naturally first baby I conceived naturally so this time also I can know? I reduce weight means my follicle egg growing know please tell me Age 24 Height 155 cm Weight 61 kg Waiting.
Hloo sir I want to ask that mene sex kiya tha to uske 2 month tk to mera period aya but is baar mera period nahi aya jb ki mene koi sex nahi kiya h mere period ki date 21 thi bt aj 3 tarik ho gyi mera period kyu ni aya kya me pregnant hu?
Hi, Doctors we r trying for kids for a year. As I said that all the test and reports are normal. Me n my husband both are fertile. My doctor advice me to take a 2nd opinion. I want to ask that is there any another reason for this. If yes then what is the reason? Thanks in advance.
Many people across the world spend a considerable amount of time contemplating on which type of delivery is the most preferable. In earlier times, normal delivery was the only option but these days, there is an increase in the number of caesarean or C-sections. Today, 30% of children of children around the world have been born through the C-section. Since it is up to the woman to select which type of delivery she would prefer, it is imperative to comprehend the advantages as well as risks of both the options.
Advantages of vaginal delivery to the mother
From a psychological point of view, women who opt for normal delivery are believed to have a relatively positive birthing experience. Women who go through normal delivery often feel that it is empowering to be actively involved in the procedure of giving birth to their babies. Such mothers have a much shorter span of recovery time compared with those opting for C-sections. This procedure also lets the mother as well as the baby to come in contact with each other, which in turn speeds up the process of bonding.
Pros of normal delivery for the baby
It has been found that babies who are born via vaginal delivery are less prone to developing any kind of complications related to health. They can be fed, sooner and develop fewer allergies and respiratory issues. However, very few babies born through vaginal delivery can experience any injury while being born, though this is an extremely rare condition.
Benefits of Caesarean section for the mother
There are numerous women who opt for the C-section so that there is no need to go through extended hours of labour. Today, with the advancement in medical science, mothers are able to plan the birth of their child, and it allows more control over the birthing process along with more predictability. Women who go for a C-section do not suffer from any damage to the pelvic floor, which often leads to incontinence in the course of time.
Advantages of a C-section delivery for the child
In most cases, when there are twin babies, or a single baby is too large, opting for a C- section can prove to be the most viable option. Plus, if the mother is a carrier of certain diseases like HIV, then a C-section reduces the chances of passing it to the baby.
Thus, both the options have their own set of pros and cons, and it is best to speak with a qualified gynaecologist before deciding on anything.
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Did you know that by reading this article and others on here that you may be creating a world of benefits for your health?
Yes, reading has got innumerable health benefits, and what I am about to share with you may even surprise you a little.
Reading has been in our DNA for generations. Our education system relies on reading to impart knowledge. Reading magazines, novels and even messages on the phone can help us learn something, inspire us or even entertain us.
The good news is that reading can make a significant difference to your health. Here, I will talk about some of the common health boosts that reading will give you if you practice it on a regular basis.
Okay, first let me tell you that what I will be discussing here is the reading of ‘real’ books, not e-books or books on your computer.
It seems that many of us have now transferred onto reading books online in the form of e-books. But the good news is that studies have shown that those of us who like reading e-books continue to read printed books.
After all, you could never beat the experience of an old fashioned read now, can you?! I mean, the smell of a new book just ‘hot off the press’ is something many of us relish.
Anyway, moving away from delightful smells, it is great to know that reading books regularly increases our intelligence.
It’s obvious, right?
Even Dr Seuss wrote – “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go”.
In one study, children who read books learned 50% more words that those who spent time watching television. Reading a book is even easier – apparently reading off a screen slows down your reading time by nearly 30%.
Reading gives your brain a great work out. It keeps it on it’s toes, stimulates the formation of new neural connections and can even delay the onset of memory loss.
Emotions can be quite charged when reading a good book, and I remember screaming at the walls when reading John Grisham’s An Innocent Man. I even remember feeling heartbroken when reading Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones. Reading books can make you more empathetic, which is an essential social skill in this world.
Remember I mentioned that reading can slow down memory loss?
Well, it appears that putting your brain to work regularly with a book can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, you could be 2.5 times less likely to suffer from the problem.
Aside from the relaxing effects books have on the mind, they are also essential to keep you informed.
Take Bill Gates for example.
He reads nearly 50 books a year to keep himself informed. One wonders how a man like him even finds the time, right?! Apparently, he is a fan of non-fiction, and uses books as a medium to learn something new.
By the way, are you having trouble falling asleep? Then maybe blame all the blue light you are exposed to from your gadgets. Instead, why not grab a good book to help you wind down before bed time? Reading out loud to children throughout their school years could inspire them to take up reading as a hobby.
Don’t you think it’s time to take it up?