4 Reasons Why Women Should Never Skip the Postpartum Care

0 26 March 2020
4 Reasons Why Women Should Never Skip the Postpartum Care

The memorable journey of pregnancy drastically transforms the body of women. It is quite remarkable how a woman’s body adapts to the demands of the pregnancy along the way. And the transformation mostly rewinds and restores during the first six weeks after the baby is born. This is the first six weeks post the delivery is called a postpartum period which is most crucial for the healing of the mother. As the baby is born, it is quite natural that the baby’s health becomes a centre of focus. And everyone tends to forget that this period is crucial for women too. Add this shift of focus to the sleep deprivation, doctors’ appointments, late-night baby feeding, pees, poops, and the fear that accompany at every hiccup, suddenly women feel like there is less time to take care of their health. A woman is at her vulnerable-self post-pregnancy and here are the five reasons why postpartum care is an un-skippable step for women to post their pregnancy: Physical health:  A woman’s body undergoes a significant transformation at a rapid pace during pregnancy. Most of the changes that happen may take time to restore or sometimes persist and cause further problems. The gynaecologist performs a complete examination of these problems to help women return to the best of the physical health in a short

0 2 June 2018
Obstetrician Infertility Specialist Mumbai

Infertility is a situation in which a female is unable to give a birth to young one. There are various reasons behind infertility such as-infrequent menstrual period, female age of 35 or older, a history of pelvic infections or sexually transmitted diseases, known fibroid or endometrial polyps, known male factor semen abnormalities etc. Infertility is the inability of the couple to conceive and have a baby despite trying. In one third of the cases are due to problems with the women, in a third of cases there occurs problems with the male partner, whereas the remaining cases are due to a combination of male and female factors. Infertility should be investigated early to avoid its irreversibility as ageing of the female partner drastically reduces the probabilities of pregnancy. Also certain conditions like tuberculosis or endometriosis keep on advancing if not treated early. Many ladies suffering above mentioned problems think that they will never give birth to baby, but they think wrong. There are various medical treatments which give you chance to become a mother. Dr Neelima Mantri is Obstetri