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Psychological Infertility: Myths and Realities
Psychological infertility is a common problem for modern society. About 30% of infertile couples can not have children, just because of the…
Pelvic Presentation Of The Fetus
It is believed that physiologically normal location of the fetus in the womb should be with the child to have the head down, which should be…
When Can I Have Sex After Childbirth
Timeframes of resumption of sexual activity after childbirth depend on several factors: How the birth went (wheather it was physiological,…
Do You Need Training Courses For Childbirth?
Pregnancy is a wonderful time for the mother, which can be devoted to preparation for the birth of a new human. Nowadays, pregnancy can be…
Perinatal Psychologist: Who Is It?
Perinatal psychologist is a specialist who will study the psychology of the child, even before birth, that is from the period when it is in…
Ectopic Pregnancy: Early Signs And Symptoms
Ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that occurs outside the uterus. Normal pregnancy is characterized by the process when the fertilized egg…
Varicose During The Pregnancy
During pregnancy, woman's body is subjected to heavy loads, which can provoke the development of varicose veins. Varicose veins during…
10 Rules Of ​Natural Breastfeeding
Natural breastfeeding is a priceless gift that nature has made for the kids and their moms. Indeed, what may be easier for mom and more…
Pregnancy: Placenta Previa
Placenta previa is a pathology, during which placenta is located in the lower parts of the uterus. Thus, placenta partially or completely…
Pregnancy After Cesarean
Despite the fact that the physiological childbirth is the best option for the child and mother, every year the number of cases where doctors…
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