COVID-19 and pregnancy: Expecting moms four times more at risk; infection may cause blood clots, preterm birth
Besides the risk of being exposed to COVID-19 at medical facilities, pregnant women are also at a higher risk of developing blood clots than non-pregnant women
A new bill puts commercial surrogacy to an end. Here's how it shaped the lives of women in a Gujarat clinic
Primarily home-makers or migrant workers, the surrogates at the Akansha Hospital and Research Institute earn nearly 10 times as much as they would be paid as labourers
Chromosomal abnormalities, placental issues among many reasons that cause miscarriages: Here's how to ensure a safe pregnancy
It’s not possible to prevent a miscarriage completely, but one can reduce the risks of this complication by following a few steps.
Pregnant during COVID-19: Expecting mothers left in the lurch by India's healthcare system as tackling pandemic takes priority
The Indian government’s pandemic advice in March had asked pregnant women, children and elderly to remain indoors.
In this episode of Women In Labour, Twitter India's Mahima Kaul discusses what questions to-be moms should be asking about maternity leave, and how to take on leadership roles post-pregnancy.
WHO reminds governments, hospitals to continue to provide essential health services despite Coronavirus crisis
Essential health services must continue, babies are still being born, vaccines must still be delivered in this crisis.
Due to lack of information, a lot of women don’t even know what to look for and how to care of their health.
Being new parents is bound to take a toll on your sleep pattern and lifestyle, but the one thing it affects the most is your sex life.
Truth is, women's bodies are very different compared to men's. And it is not confined to hormones and the reproductive system.
The fact is that your body, after going through 9 months of pregnancy, is now very different. Obviously, your period will not be the same as before.
Lucknow University launches 'garbha sanskar', a course on how pregnant women must eat, wear and behave
Addressing Lucknow University students during convocation in 2019, Anandiben Patel gave the reference of Abhimanyu from the Mahabharata who received warfare skills in his mother's womb. She had also claimed that there is an institute in Germany which had introduced such a course.
There are a number of steps you can take to reduce the risks of miscarriage, stillbirth, placental abruption, preeclampsia, etc.
One might assume that it’s unsafe to have sex during the three trimesters of your pregnancy, but that's simply not true.
Neha Dhupia says Bollywood sidelined her post-pregnancy, despite acclaimed performance in Tumhari Sulu
Neha Dhupia added that though she was not insecure about her body weight during pregnancy, after she gave birth, she began developing body image issues
Missed miscarriages occur when a fetus dies early in pregnancy while remaining in the uterus.
World Contraception Day 2019: Taking the pill as a teen increases depression risk, even years after stopping
The UN has declared access to contraceptives a universal human right, for its clear benefits and lack of adverse side effects.
Sexual health education aimed at young men must go beyond simply telling them to use condoms.
Fertility awareness methods and apps help women better understand their bodies, are relatively cost-effective and have no side-effects