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  1. Diseases Every Woman Should Be Aware Of

    Diseases Every Woman Should Be Aware Of

    Though the health status of women has improved in the last few decades but still women’s health is one of the major concern. Biological and social factors affect the health of women throughout their life and throw a long time effect on their life. It is essential to have a knowledge of the health problems that have become very common among the women.

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  2. How can cervical stenosis make you infertile?

    How can cervical stenosis make you infertile?

    Many times women face complications in conceiving. Cervical Stenosis might be the reason behind it. This condition is known to be an uncommon and potential cause of female infertility. With this medical condition, the cervical opening gets narrower than it should be, and in severe cases, it might even be closed. The cervix is the small organ located at the bottom of the uterus that opens into the vaginal canal.

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  3. 5 foods that increase the risk of miscarriage

    5 foods that increase the risk of miscarriage

    During pregnancy, eating healthy food and consuming good nutrients and vitamins from foods is an important factor for every woman. The first semester can be agonizingly anxious time for all Mothers-to-be who desperately count down the days until they reach the next phase i.e. the second trimester. Those first few weeks of pregnancy are a time of extra caution, worry and waiting.

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  4. What to expect from your post-pregnancy periods?

    What to expect from your post-pregnancy periods?

    As the roller coaster you hopped on at the pregnancy finally slows down post-pregnancy, you remember a familiar but demanding friend, who’s been missing in action for a while now. Yes, it’s your period. It is about time she returned, you reckon. But, do you know how it is affecting your post-birth rhythm. Although it may not be possible to anticipate the exact date, you’ll still need those pads or tampons. 

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  5. 3 beautiful stages of pregnancy

    3 beautiful stages of pregnancy

    The gestation period is the most beautiful and delicate phase of a woman’s life. A typical pregnancy lasts 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period(LMP) to the birth of your baby. It is divided into three stages, called first trimester, second trimester, and third trimester. Conception to about 12th week of pregnancy is generally referred to as first trimester.

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  6. 5 symptoms of Pregnancy that may embarrass you in public

    5 symptoms of Pregnancy that may embarrass you in public

    Pregnancy changes your life and your body in many positive and negative ways. Your belly might expand, You’ll start feeling more tired, restless, you might also throw up a few times as your pregnancy progresses. A woman undergoes many body changes while she is in her gestation period.

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  7. 7 things to know before conducting a home pregnancy test

    7 things to know before conducting a home pregnancy test

    There can be a number of emotions attached with a single pregnancy test. For some, bearing a baby can be a granted wish, or it can be a complete disaster for others Confirming one’s pregnancy has become extremely convenient these days as there are many ways to determine if you are pregnant  or not. 

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  8. 10 things you will definitely forget to pack in your hospital bag

    10 things you will definitely forget to pack in your hospital bag

    Heartbeats start getting fast when you know the wait is finally over and you start packing for a lifelong experience called ‘the labor’. In case you still don't  know how to pack up for it, then take this guide for starters. There are a couple of things that remain the same for every outing; including fresh towel, a change of clothes, toothbrush, water bottle, sweat pants, etc.

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  9. 8 Period Questions every girl is scared to ask

    8 Period Questions every girl is scared to ask

    There has always been a sense of ambiguity when it comes to periods. They are something that likes to eat underwear, give surprises, and sometimes hang out in the company of ice cream. It has also been a topic that you are not supposed to talk about aloud.  It is still considered a taboo to talk about menstrual cycles in many countries which is an absurd perception.

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  10. 6 breastfeeding habits you need to stop right now

    6 breastfeeding habits you need to stop right now

    I don't agree with them when they say that pregnancy is the hardest time of having a baby. I believe that those early post-delivery days are more tough on the mother. We are sleep deprived, confused, worried and excited- all at the same time. There are so many tabs open in our mind that we end up messing up with our basic responsibilities as a mother.

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