A fibroid is an abnormal growth in the uterus of a woman. This tumor can be severe and cause abdominal pain and heavy periods. Fibroid tumor can be treated by following multiple tests such as Ultrasound, MRI, Hysterosonography, Hysteroscopy, and Hysterosalpingography. Fibroids can also be treated naturally.
Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS) is a prenatal screening test performed in the first trimester between 10 and 12 weeks of pregnancy. CVS is done to detect specific abnormalities in an unborn baby. A sample of cells is taken from the placenta and tested for genetic defects in Chorionic Villus Sampling test.
Multiple marker tests are prenatal tests recommended to a pregnant woman for having a good and healthy pregnancy. The main role of the multiple marker tests is to successfully detect chromosomal abnormalities or defect present in the fetus. It is also known as a triple marker test, and quad screen test.
Anti Müllerian Hormone (AMH) is produced by granulosa cells of ovarian follicles during the early stages of follicle development. AMH level may vary significantly in women of the same age. AMH is a good indicator of ovarian reserve and help diagnose PCOS thus helping in diagnosing a woman's reproductive lifespan.
Percutaneous umbilical blood sampling is a procedure used to detect any kind of defect, infection or chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus. This process is also known as cordocentesis and is processed later in the pregnancy period. PUBS process follows three steps i.e. imaging, blood sample retrieval, and sample analysis.
Thyroid hormones in pregnancy raise due to the added requirement by a fetus. A woman with a history of thyroid problems must go for thyroid tests. Tg, T4, T3, and TSH tests are major tests to examine thyroid conditions hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Presence of iodine modifies the final test values.
Double marker test is suggested for women above 35 years of age who carry a high risk of delivering a child with Downs syndrome. This test helps in the detection of pre-birth conditions of the fetus and is usually done after eight weeks of pregnancy and up to fourteen weeks.
C- section is a surgical process in which the baby is delivered with medical intervention and surgical operation. Symptoms of cesarean delivery are high fever and pain, increased breast pain, surgical injury, adhesion, hernia, increased vaginal bleeding. The average cost of cesarean delivery ranges from Rs. 46,500 to Rs. 80,000.
During pregnancy a woman undergoes various hormonal changes which can lead to bad food digestion during pregnancy. Some tips to improve food digestion during pregnancy are drinking enough water, eating high fiber foods, avoiding smoking and drinking, and regular exercise.
Breast implants is used to change shape and size of the breasts. The breast implantation affects differently on pregnancy and breastfeeding woman. However, breast augmentation surgery usually causes no adverse effect on it. Breast implants tend to retain volume and shape after pregnancy or breastfeeding.