Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Tag: Obstetrics/Gynecology

Women In Sri Lanka Are Champions Of Breastfeeding - UNICEF

Women In Sri Lanka Are Champions Of Breastfeeding – UNICEF

New analysis shows that 99 per cent of children in Sri Lanka are breastfed at some point in their young lives Babies in South Asia...
32% of Pregnant Women in Sri Lanka are Anaemic

Nearly 32% of Pregnant Women in Sri Lanka are Anaemic

Nearly 32 per cent of pregnant women in Sri Lanka are anaemic, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said. UNICEF said that the progress on improving...

Consuming the Placenta After Childbirth – Maternal Placentophagy

Consuming the placenta after childbirth has become a common trend in countries, such as the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, and the United States....
Forth trimester of pregnancy

‘Fourth Trimester’ of Pregnancy: What you should know? – ACOG

Comprehensive pregnancy care should extend into the "fourth trimester" of pregnancy and include ongoing communication between new mothers and their obstetric care providers during...

Two genes likely play key role in hyperemesis gravidarum

A new study has identified two genes associated with hyperemesis gravidarum, whose cause has not been determined in previous studies. The genes, known as...

Drugs to avoid during pregnancy – Must Know List

1)Antibiotics Drugs to avoid during pregnancy Fluoroquinolones (such as ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, levofloxacin, and norfloxacin) Nitrofurantoin Streptomycin Sulfonamides (such as sulfasalazine and trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole) Tetracycline Abnormalities Caused...
100-Year-Old-Woman-Gives-Birth

100 Year Old Woman Gives Birth To A Baby Boy

ITALY – Anatolia Vertadella, a 100-year-old woman, has given birth to a baby after a successful transplant. The controversial transplantation is often criticized by...

No More Father of Gynecology

Furious row after New York removes statue of 'father of gynecology' who experimented on black women without anesthesia (but actually just moves it out...

Wi-fi and cellphones increase risk of a miscarriage by 50% –...

Magnetic field (MF) non-ionizing radiation is also given off by power lines Pregnant women exposed to the highest levels are 48% more likely to...

Refer All Pregnant and Post-patum Women in Day 01 of Fever...

The first H1N1 maternal death was reported last week . Refer all pregnant & post partum women to hospitals on day 1 of fever...

Indian woman delivers baby at hospital gate, after doctor refused to...

In yet another incident of administrative apathy in government hospitals, a woman delivered a baby right at the gate of government women’s hospital in...

Newborn Arrives with Arms Outstretched After 4 Days of Labor

Sullivan came into this world with a wild smile and his arms outstretched Angel Taylor, 33, gave birth to him on March 8...

There is no “Sterilization Pill” – Dr. Sarada Kannangara

There is no “sterilization pill” invented in the world that could make a woman or man infertile by one intake, GMOA Vice President and...
Antimicrobials in Gynaecological practice

Summery of Antimicrobials in Gynaecological practice

Surgical site infections are a common complication of Gynaecological surgeries. Up to 8-10% of Gynaecological patients undergoing an operative procedure will develop a surgical...

College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists Applications are called for Oration 2018

SRI LANKA COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS & GYNAECOLOGISTS   - Orations 2018 Applications are called for; 1). Dr. Nalin Rodrigo Memorial Oration – 10th June 2018 2). Prof. D.A....
Maternal Use of Antacids Might Increase Risk of Developing Childhood Asthma

Maternal Use of Antacids Might Increase Risk of Developing Childhood Asthma

Indigestion is one of the most common conditions a woman can experience while pregnant, so it is no surprise she may often take antacids...
Amazing_Power_of_Breast_Milk

The Amazing Power of Breast Milk Revealed by a Mother

A few weeks ago, Chelsea Pryce was dealing with something many of us are unfortunately faced with this time of year — a sick...
Hypertension is Common One Year After Severe Preeclampsia

Hypertension is Common One Year After Severe Preeclampsia

More than 40% of women with severe preeclampsia have hypertension one year after delivery, according to a study published online February 5 in Hypertension. Laura...
Breastfeeding May Halve Diabetes Risk

Breastfeeding May Halve Diabetes Risk in Women

Mothers who breastfeed their babies for 6 months or more reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by nearly half throughout their...

Lady Pregnant For 9 Years !!! Is That Possible?

The social networking sites in Morocco are in a state of controversy over a recent video that shows a pregnant woman who has been...

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