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Scientific Methods For Choosing Your Baby's Gender

08th June 2009
Many couples wonder if they can influence or even choose their baby's gender and the great news is they can. I'm not talking about your grandmother's methods like "eat a lot of hot dogs to have a boy", I am talking about scientifically proven ways to choo... Read >
Author: Carl Davidson

The pros and cons of Pethidine

29th April 2009
What is it?Pethidine is a narcotic, controlled drug, which was introduced in 1939. It's most commonly given intramuscularly by injection into the thigh or buttock, although it can also be administered intravenously. It takes around 20 minutes to take effe... Read >
Author: paulcentric

Signs That Can Occur Before Labor Start

28th April 2009
When you are pregnant the moment you are in labor is a much-anticipated moment, one that many women are uncertain about because they are not sure what exactly constitutes true labor. A woman experiences a wide range of emotions for much of her pregnancy n... Read >
Author: May Tan

Pregnancy Massage Therapy - Using Acupressure to Induce Labor

15th April 2009
Childbirth... often a source of anxiety and stress for women coming up on their due date. But what if there were a way to relieve labor pain, increase dilation, and create a faster and safer birthing process? Learning how to do maternity acupressure to in... Read >
Author: Aurelia McAleese

Inducing Acupressure - Online Reflexology Course for a Safer, Shorter Delivery

09th April 2009
Since ancient times, reflexology has been applied to help stress, health, and well being in the human body. Recent techniques in pregnancy acupressure have also been proven to reduce labor symptoms, enhance natural contractions, and greatly help in easing... Read >
Author: Aurelia McAleese

Top 3 Ways To Conceive A Baby Girl (And Not A Single Doctor In Sight!)

10th March 2009
In this day and age, some people still argue if it is at all possible to choose the gender of your baby. Of course it is possible! Science has found ways to virtually guarantee you the conception of baby of a preferred gender... if you're willing to endur... Read >
Author: anita bern

Induce Labor at Home - 3 Methods to Get You Started

09th January 2009
By the time you are 37 weeks pregnant, most doctors will consider you to be full-term and will allow labor to progress if it starts. However, some women will go well past the typical 40 weeks and will start to look for ways to help their labor along. If y... Read >
Author: Leesuh Smith

Normal Herpes Evidences for Female Conditions

08th January 2009
When it comes to female symptoms, herpes outbreaks can sometimes be clearly visible on the outside the vagina or hidden inside the vaginal wall. For help identifying possible symptoms associated with this annoying disease along with basic information abou... Read >
Author: Trevor Price

Risks Involved in a Pregnancy After 40

14th October 2008
A pregnancy after 40 has increased risk for both the mother and the baby. In fact, getting pregnant after the age of 35 does carry the increased chances of developing complications during the pregnancy and during the delivery. Being in good health before ... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Chlamydia is a common venereal disease

13th October 2008
Chlamydia happens to be one of the most common sexually transmitted disease in United States, but this does not mean that it does not happen in the rest of the world. The highest rate of Chlamydia infection is in people between age fifteen and twenty f... Read >
Author: Poly Muthumbi

Your Time is Almost Up When Youre 37 Weeks Pregnant

08th September 2008
Your doctor has probably informed you that you can go into labour at any time once you are 37 weeks pregnant. A baby born at this stage of the pregnancy is considered to be full term. The baby is fully developed and is positioned in the birth canal. You m... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Leucorrhoea - Symptoms and Causes

29th July 2008
Leucorrhoea is a situation, which is characterized by the release of whitish liquid from the female genitals. More generally, it is called as whites. This problem is related with the woman's reproductive organs. The situation can last for a few weeks or s... Read >
Author: dr rony

Baby Movements During Pregnancy

18th July 2008
The very first pregnancy in a woman's life brings various fears to the mind, but the thought of that cute infant, safe in momma's tummy, vanishes all qualms. And feeling those first movements, made by the tiny creature within, is a great marker of pregnan... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Hypotonia – Causes, Signs and Treatment

01st May 2008
Hypotonia is more a description than a diagnosis. It is most often seen in newborns (congenital) and infants, but it may persist through adolescence into adulthood. Another name for infantile hypotonia is "floppy baby syndrome." This refers to the tendenc... Read >
Author: peterhutch

The Cervix

01st May 2008
I am the gateway; I am the door. I connect the inside to the outside. I decide which outside comes in. I control the flux and the flow. I hold the wise blood, or let it go. I protect the growing babe, or thrust it unformed into a world unsuitable. None le... Read >
Author: Susun Weed
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