Best time to get pregnant
When is the best time to get pregnant in a woman’s cycle?
10 Things You Need To Know About Home Pregnancy Tests
There's quite a range of home pregnancy tests available in the market which test for levels of the pregnancy hormone hCG in the urine.
Everything You Should Know About False Positives And False Negatives Results
Usually, if a test says you are pregnant - you are, but occasionally, a "false positive" result may occur. These can be heart-breaking and are rare, but may happen for a few reasons:
6 Things To Keep In Mind Regarding Your Diet And Lifestyle Before Trying To Get Pregnant
Switch to a balanced diet – An extremely essential factor to keep you as prospective parent ready for pregnancy. Make sure your meals include enough fibres in the form of fruits and vegetables
Ovulation Symptoms To Watch Out For
Once you start paying attention to your body, it's amazing how many hints it delivers about the various stages in your cycle - and ovulation symptoms are often quite noticeable and easy to detect once you know what to look for
The problem with caffeine during pregnancy
Caffeine is a daily ritual for many of us. It’s built into every pillar of our culture, from work to hanging out with friends and family.
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It’s estimated that around 1 million babies around the world have been conceived using IVF technology.
What is Oligohydramnios ?
This is a condition which means there is an inadequate amount of amniotic fluid surrounding the baby in the uterus.
11 Weeks Pregnant – What To Expect?
The end of your 1st trimester is well and truly in sight. There's no going back now and at 11 weeks pregnant, you are almost a third of your way through your entire pregnancy.
3 Weeks Pregnant – What To Expect?
Congratulations, you are now officially pregnant! Being 3 weeks pregnant means that one of your partner's sperm and one of your eggs have combined and you are in the earliest of stages of pregnancy.
This is the phase of your menstrual cycle which begins after you have ovulated and lasts until either pregnancy occurs or the breakdown of the corpus luteum has begun. The typical length for a luteal phase is 10 – 16 days, though most commonly it lasts for around 14 days. But when it is shorter than 12 days, this can mean there are problems with conceiving. The day of ovulation and the first day of a woman’s period should not be counted in the luteal phase
Embryo transfer is the next step in the IVF or ART, Assisted Reproductive Technology, process. Generally, embryo transfer is done 48 hours after the egg has been fertilized by the sperm.