Unwanted pregnancy loss, commonly referred to as miscarriage, is quite devastating. Couples go through distressing emotions after a miscarriage, often craving for another pregnancy as part of the healing process.
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A holistic approach to life is not just limited to eating and exercise habits. For those who believe in the unbreakable connection between the body, mind, and spirit, choosing a health care practitioner who is committed to viewing the body and its treatment holistically is essential. There is perhaps no area where this is more important that in women’s gynecological health.
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The womb (uterus in medical terms) is a key organ that defines women and their reproductive potential. As soon as reproductive maturity is achieved, the uterus always keeps itself ready for carrying a pregnancy. It’s a dynamic organ that responds in a predictable manner to female hormones that are produced by the ovaries.
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Induction of labor is the artificial process of initiating the onset of labor. About 1 in every 5 expectant women will require induction of labor for various reasons. Induced labor aims to mimic natural labor, and is entirely safe.
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Gynecological care has changed dramatically over the last decade. Medical advances, coupled with advanced technology have merged together to create novel frontiers in the care of women.
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