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Plant-Powered Health: Exploring the Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet

Plant-Powered Health: Exploring the Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet

Introduction  The debate between vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets has been ongoing for years, with both sides presenting their arguments. However, a growing body of scientific research suggests that adopting a vegetarian diet can offer numerous health benefits. In...

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5 Early Signs of Pregnancy to Look Out for

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    5 Early Signs of Pregnancy to Look Out for
    Though the only way to be sure you’re pregnant, is taking the pregnancy test, certain early signs of pregnancy serve as initial indicators. About 60% of women have early pregnancy symptoms by the time it’s been 6 weeks, and nearly 90% have them by the time they’re 8 weeks. Listed below, are some signs to watch out for. Just remember, all women don’t experience all of them.

    Missing your periods

    In case you are planning a pregnancy, missing your next period could be taken as an affirmation. It is the most common symptom and women with a regular menstrual cycle can recognise it more easily. During this time, the inner wall of the uterus starts to thicken to help a fertilised egg implant on the wall. Your menstrual bleeding stops to help the fetus grow within the womb.

    Abdominal bloating

    Hormonal changes during early pregnancy is the chief cause of clothes becoming snugger because of bloating – much like the feeling you get just before your period.

    Sore Breasts

    When your breasts feel tender and heavy, the areolas darken and veins on your chest become more pronounced, know that you just might be pregnant. Putting on a bra will probably feel like a task which is why you must wear a more supportive one to help ease discomfort.

    Spotting and cramping

    After conception, the fertilized egg attaches itself to wall of the uterus which may cause spotting and sometimes, cramping. It’s called implantation bleeding which occurs somewhere between 6 to 12 days after the egg is fertilised. Similarly, the cramps you experience, resemble menstrual cramps.

    Morning sickness

    Morning sickness or nausea occurs anywhere between 2 weeks to 2 months. What you must note is that pregnancy-related nausea – accompanied by vomiting or not – can be a problem whether it’s morning, noon or night. Some lucky women escape it altogether, though! Besides these, frequent urination, constipation, mood swings, headaches and back pain are some additional indications. The first step to the right kind of pregnancy care is being aware. Pregnancy is a magical experience, treasure every moment!

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    Dr. Avinash Phadnis

    35+ Years Experience

    Gynecologist & Obstetrician | IVF & Infertility Specialist

    Dr. Avinash Phadnis has over 35 years of experience as a practicing surgeon and is a leading gynecologist and Infertility specialist in India. He has expertise in disorders of the female reproductive system, infertility, High-Risk Obstetrics, Endometriosis, PCOS, Adolescent Gynecology, Middle age gynecology and menopause, Personalized weight management and childbirth, etc.

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