Nothing has ever fancied anyone more than little toes and crying faces entering into this world with a tinge of blood. That hue is a mark of pain and perseverance that a mother had to undergo to give birth to a new life. Carrying another life in a body isn’t easy, providing the same way to come out from that body is yet another temporary big task
Pregnancy can come with lots of health effects. It not only brings morning sickness and fatigue, it can also increase your risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Deep vein thrombosis is a disorder in which blood clots occur in the veins. Pregnant women have five times higher risk of deep vein thrombosis than women who aren't pregnant.
When planning for children, if a couple has been trying to conceive for some time, without success, it makes perfect sense to review what’s going on, or rather what isn’t happening that should be. Reviewing the reproductive systems of each partner to understand what may be affecting their chances of getting pregnant is the only logical step and can very often unlock the cause of infertility and help to overcome it.
In some ways it can be difficult to determine the success rates of in vitro fertilization (IVF), it’s not as easy as saying it’ll work 6 out of 10 times or there’s a 15% chance of it working because in reality there are a lot of factors that need to be taken into account when looking at IVF success rates.
An appendectomy is a surgery that is used to remove the appendix. It is usually not a planned surgery, but an emergency one, that is necessary after an inflammation of the appendix. Your appendix is tube-shaped and it lays attached to the large intestine. The location of it is in the lower right side of the abdomen