Though pregnancy is the most exciting and memorable experience for a woman, it can trigger multiple changes including, mood swings, weight gain, morning sickness, and especially Increased body temperature. It is quite normal to experience a rise in body temperature during pregnancy, but being aware of the factors causing it will help you stay prepared and avoid them to prevent overheating.
Detecting cervical cancer at an early stage with a Pap smear or Pap test increases your chances of recovery and survival. Doctors generally recommend women ages 21 to 65 to have a Pap smear test regularly.
While pregnancy is a possible reason for a missed or late period, other medical and lifestyle factors can delay your periods. This can include weight fluctuations, hormonal imbalances, stress, and menopause. Being aware of these conditions will help you identify and treat them on time to regularize your menstrual cycle....Continue reading
The birth of a baby can trigger multiple emotions of excitement, joy, fear, and also hormone changes. As a result, some mothers experience postpartum baby blues, which generally start within the first 2 to 3 days after delivery and may last up to two weeks with symptoms including mood swings, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. However, some moms may experience a severe, longer-lasting form of depression called postpartum depression....Continue reading
Night sweats refer to excessive sweating in your sleep. It is not a serious symptom, but it can be caused by a multitude of factors. Learn more about night sweats, their causes, and treatment options....Continue reading
Breast milk is loaded with protein, vitamins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals, enzymes, antibodies, calories, water, hormones, and white blood cells that your newborn needs. If you are a new mother contemplating whether or not to breastfeed your baby, this article helps you to learn about the benefits of breastfeeding....Continue reading
Cervical cancer occurs in a woman’s cervix, a tube-shaped organ that connects the uterus to the vagina, located in the lower portion of the uterus. The malignant cancer cells will form on the surface of the cervix. The American Cancer Society
estimates 14,480 new cervical cancer cases will be diagnosed in the United States in 2021, and 4,290 women will die from it. Cervical cancer is often diagnosed in women between the age of 35, and 44 and 20% of women over 65 can also develop cervical cancer....Continue reading
Pregnancy is a beautiful and exciting experience for a woman, especially for first-time mothers. While enjoying moments like feeling their baby’s heartbeat and experiencing their little kicks, some pregnant women worry about some complications. These can include premature birth, labor pain, C-section delivery, and more. However, knowing about labor will help you stay relaxed and be prepared for your big day. From the best ways to manage labor pain to labor phases, this article will help you learn more about what to expect when you are in labor and provide some practical tips for giving birth....Continue reading
The fertility awareness method (FAM) is a natural family planning strategy used by women to prevent pregnancy. This method involves tracking your natural cycle of menstruation and fertility to create a better awareness of your body. Women who do not want to use contraceptives like birth control pills, cervical caps, and IUD may use this method. FAM is the least reliable pregnancy prevention method, but it can be more effective when used correctly and consistently....Continue reading
Usually, women hesitate or feel uneasy to talk about menstruation. They may not always know what is normal and what is abnormal concerning their periods. Many women experience several types of menstrual disorders before and during menstruation, including missed periods, heavy bleeding, and unmanageable mood swings. Being aware of these conditions will help you identify and take treatment for such conditions....Continue reading