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Hypertension and Pregnancy ...5

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8...  Does Hypertension or Preeclampsia During Pregnancy Cause Long-Term Heart and Blood Vessel Problems?
The effects of high blood pressure during pregnancy vary depending on the disorder and other factors. According to the National High Blood Pressure Education Program (NHBPEP), preeclampsia does not in general increase a woman's risk for developing chronic hypertension or other heart-related problems. The NHBPEP also reports that in women with normal blood pressure who develop preeclampsia after the 20th week of their first pregnancy, short-term complications--including increased blood pressure--usually go away within about 6 weeks after delivery. Some women, however, may be more likely to develop high blood pressure or other heart disease later in life. More research is needed to determine the long-term health effects of hypertensive disorders in pregnancy and to develop better…

Hypertension and Pregnancy ...4

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Hypertension and Pregnancy ...4



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7...  How Can Women with High Blood Pressure Prevent Problems During Pregnancy?
If you are thinking about having a baby and you have high blood pressure, talk first to your doctor or nurse. Taking steps to control your blood pressure before and during pregnancy - and getting regular prenatal care - go a long way toward ensuring your well-being and your baby's health. Before becoming pregnant: Be sure your blood pressure is under control. Lifestyle changes such as limiting your salt intake, participating in regular physical activity, and losing weight if you are overweight can be helpful.Discuss with your doctor how hypertension might affect you and your baby during pregnancy, and what you can do to prevent or lessen problems.If you take medicines for your blood pressure, ask your doctor whether you should change the amount you take or stop taking them during pregnancy. Experts curre…

Hypertension and Pregnancy ...3

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5..   Who Is More Likely to Develop Preeclampsia?
Women with chronic hypertension (high blood pressure before becoming pregnant).Women who developed high blood pressure or preeclampsia during a previous pregnancy, especially if these conditions occurred early in the pregnancy.Women who are obese prior to pregnancy.Pregnant women under the age of 20 or over the age of 40.Women who are pregnant with more than one baby.Women with diabetes, kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or scleroderma.
6...  How Is Preeclampsia Detected?
Unfortunately, there is no single test to predict or diagnose preeclampsia. Key signs are increased blood pressure and protein in the urine (proteinuria). Other symptoms that seem to occur with preeclampsia include persistent headaches, blurred vision or sensitivity to light, and abdominal pain. All of these sensations can be caused by other disorders; they ca…

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Hypertension and Pregnancy ...2


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3...  What Is Preeclampsia?
Preeclampsia is a condition that typically starts after the 20th week of pregnancy and is related to increased blood pressure and protein in the mother's urine (as a result of kidney problems). Preeclampsia affects the placenta, and it can affect the mother's kidney, liver, and brain. When preeclampsia causes seizures, the condition is known as eclampsia--the second leading cause of maternal death in the U.S. Preeclampsia is also a leading cause of fetal complications, which include low birth weight, premature birth, and stillbirth. There is no proven way to prevent preeclampsia. Most women who develop signs of preeclampsia, however, are closely monitored to lessen or avoid related problems. The only way to "cure" preeclampsia is to deliver the baby.
4...  How Common Are High Blood Pressure and Preeclampsia in Pregnancy? High blood pressure …

Hypertension and Pregnancy ...1

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1...  What is Hypertension?
Blood pressure refers to how hard blood pushes against the artery walls when your heart beats. A certain amount of pressure is necessary for blood to move around your body, but too much pressure can cause serious problems. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg), and the measurement has two numbers: The top (systolic) number is the pressure when the heart contracts and pumps blood, and the bottom (diastolic) number is when the heart relaxes and fills with blood. When people talk about blood pressure readings, they say, "120 over 80," for example. High blood pressure (hypertension) during pregnancy is defined as a reading of 140/90 or higher, even if just one number is elevated. Severe high blood pressure is 160/110 or higher. Most women with high blood pressure can have a normal pregnancy. But having high blood pressure during p…

Tubal blockage and Infertility ....4

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Tubal blockage and Infertility ....4




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7...  Your age plays important role
Since last 15 years I clearly explained the importance of your age for treating your body.   As the age is advanced it is difficult to conceive,    According to scientific facts every woman will take birth with 100% fertility and diminishes to 0% according to Age.  See the Scientific Graph and understand your self




 See and understand the importance of Age
Age is the most important factor affecting a woman's chance to conceive and have a healthy child. As women age their fertility declines. A woman's fertility starts to decline in her early 30s, with the decline speeding up after 35. At 40 a woman only has a 5% chance of becoming pregnant in any month.

Using a mathematical model and data from 325 women, the researchers found that the average woman is born with around 300,000 eggs and steadily loses them as she ages, with just 12 percent of …

Tubal blockage and Infertility ....3

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5...  How Do Blocked Fallopian Tubes Cause Infertility?
Each month, when ovulation occurs, an egg is released from one of the ovaries. The egg travels from the ovary, through the tubes, and into the uterus. The sperm also need to swim their way from the cervix, through the uterus, and through the fallopian tubes to get to the egg. Fertilization usually takes place while the egg is traveling through the tube. If one or both fallopian tubes are blocked, the egg cannot reach the uterus, and the sperm cannot reach the egg, preventing fertilization and pregnancy. It's also possible for the tube not to be blocked totally, but only partially. This can increase the risk of a tubal pregnancy, or ectopic pregnancy.
6...  Treatment of tubal factor infertility The two main treatments for tubal factor infertility are surgical and nonsurgical procedures to repair the damaged tube(s). If thes…

Tubal blockage and Infertility ....2

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4...  Location and Types of Blockages
There are different types of fallopian tube blockages. Because the fallopian tubes have different parts and are a tube, there may be different parts of the tube blocked. Each section has its own name. Doctors have also come to find out that there are patterns of disease or trauma that may affect certain parts of the fallopian tubes more than others.

1.. Proximal tubal occlusion
Proximal tubal occlusion involves the isthmus. This can occur after infection such as complications from abortion, missed miscarriage, cesarean section or PID. Permanent birth control procedures like Essure block the isthmus.

2..  Midsegment tubal obstruction Midsegment tubal obstruction of the ampullary is most often due to  Tubal ligation damage. Tubal ligation is a surgical procedure to permanently prevent pregnancy. Some women who have had tubal ligation change their min…

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1..  Tubal Blockage
So when Fallopian Tubes are blocked, eggs cannot reach to the uterus which impedes fertilization and eventually pregnancy. Single tubal blockage as well as both tubes blockage is equally fatal. Blocking of fallopian tubes is one of the major causes of infertility among women and accounts for 40% cases of infertility.

The fallopian tubes are two thin tubes which carry mature egg from ovaries to uterus. They are of utmost importance in fertilization process. Fertilization takes place when eggs are traversing through fallopian tubes on their way to uterus. So when Fallopian Tubes are blocked, eggs cannot reach to the uterus which impedes fertilization and eventually pregnancy. Single tubal blockage as well as both tubes blockage is equally fatal. Blocking of fallopian tubes is one of the major causes of infertility  among women and accounts for 40% cases of infertil…

Anemia and Pregnancy.....4

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10..  Will my baby be affected?
A mild iron deficiency shouldn't affect your baby while you're pregnant. But research also suggests that mild iron-deficiency anemia that goes untreated and becomes more severe during pregnancy – especially in the first two trimesters – is linked to an increased risk of a baby being born with a low birth weight. Having severe iron-deficiency anemia may even increase the risk of  stillbirth and newborn death. I suggest U to fill your body with Iron to develop blood before conceive. 11..  Prepare for Healthy Pregnancy You can improve your anemia by eating iron-rich foods, such as shrimp, beef, turkey, enriched breakfast cereals, beans, and lentils. Foods that enhance iron absorption are also beneficial to include, such as orange juice, strawberries, broccoli, grapefruit, and peppers. Avoid consuming too many foods or drinks that prevent your body from ab…

Anemia and Pregnancy.....3

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6...  What causes iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy?
Your body uses iron to make hemoglobin, a protein in the red blood cells that carries oxygen to your tissues. During pregnancy, you need double the amount of iron that non pregnant women need. Your body needs this iron to make more blood to supply oxygen to your baby. If you don't have enough iron stores or get enough iron during pregnancy, you could develop iron deficiency anemia.
7...  How does iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy affect the baby? Severe anemia during pregnancy increases your risk of premature birth, having a low birth weight baby and postpartum depression. Some studies also show an increased risk of infant death immediately before or after birth.
8...  How does iron deficiency anemia during pregnancy affect the baby?
Severe anemia during pregnancy increases your risk of premature birth, having a low birth we…

Anemia and Pregnancy.....2

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Anemia and Pregnancy.....2

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3...  What is anemia during pregnancy?
If you're anemic, that means you have too few red blood cells (the cells that carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your blood) or they’re too small. If it's iron-deficiency anemia, it's due to low levels of iron in your blood. But there are many other types of anemia that are caused by illness or disease, such as sickle-cell anemia. 4...  Symptoms Early on, you may mistake symptoms of anemia for normal symptoms of pregnancy; some pregnant women are completely unaware they're anemic until it's revealed in a blood test. But as the condition progresses, you may experience: Excessive tirednessWeaknessHeadachesDizzinessShortness of breathA rapid or irregular heartbeatA numb or cold feeling in your hands and feetA low body temperaturePale skinChest painIrritability If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms and are concerned it mig…

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1... Anemia and Pregnancy 
Your body goes through significant changes when you become pregnant. The amount of blood in your body increases by about 20-30 percent, which increases the supply of iron and vitamins that the body needs to make hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen to other cells in your body.
Many women lack the sufficient amount of iron needed for the second and third trimesters. When your body needs more iron than it has available, you can become anemic.
Mild anemia is normal during pregnancy due to an increase in blood volume. More severe anemia, however, can put your baby at higher risk for anemia later in infancy. In addition, if you are significantly anemic during your first two trimesters, you are at greater risk for having a pre-term delivery or low-birth-weight baby. Being anemic also burdens the mother by increasing the risk of blood…

Birth defects....Mental Retardation

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Birth defects....Mental Retardation 


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1.  Causes of Mental Retardation
Mental retardation is caused by many factors; many of these are known, but others remain unidentified (The Arc, 2005). The link between the identification of specific causes of mental retardation and the development and implementation of preventive measures is clear. When a cause is identified, ways to prevent the debilitating effects of cognitive disabilities have often followed soon after. But it takes action for solutions actually to prevent or reduce the impact of the condition.
According to my research
1.   if couple mind is disturbed at the time of Sex
2..  If couple imagining or think about mentally retarded at the time Sex
3.   If the Oxygen is insufficient to the unborn child  In first three months of pregnancy .  Mother's  food consumes oxygen to digest mother's food and remaining oxygen is sent to develop all cells of unborn child.
I t…

Birth defects...Spinal cord

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Birth defects...Spinal cord

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Birth defects...Spinal Cord
Birth defects of the central nervous system are called neural tube defects (NTDs). NTDs include conditions called spina bifida, anencephaly and encephalocele. They are all present at birth and are due to a problem with the development of the brain and/or spinal cord in the developing baby (fetus).
Neural tube defects are birth defects of the brain, spine, or spinal cord. They happen in the first month of pregnancy, often before a woman even knows that she is pregnant. The two most common neural tube defects are spina bifida and anencephaly. In spina bifida, the fetal spinal column doesn't close completely.
Spina bifida is a type of birth defect called a neural tube defect. It occurs when the bones of the spine (vertebrae) don't form properly around part of the baby's spinal cord. Spina bifida can be mild or severe. The mild form is the most common.
Spina…

Cause of Poorly function of Fellopian Tubes

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Cause of Poorly function of Fellopian Tubes


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.Causes of Poorly Functioning Fallopian Tubes
Tubal disease affects approximately 25% of infertile couples and varies widely, ranging from mild adhesions to complete tubal blockage. Treatment for tubal disease is most commonly surgery and, owing to the advances in microsurgery and lasers, success rates (defined as the number of women who become pregnant within one year of surgery) are as high as 30% overall,
with certain procedures having success rates up to 65%. The main causes of tubal damage include:
(1) Infection
Caused by both bacteria and viruses and usually transmitted sexually, these infections commonly cause inflammation
resulting in scarring and damage. A specific example is Hydrosalpnix, a condition in which the fallopian tube is occluded at
both ends and fluid collects in the tube.
(2) Abdominal Diseases
The most common of these are appendicitis and colitis, causing inf…

Birth control may also cause of Infertility

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Birth control may also cause of Infertility


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Birth control may also causes Infertility

Once you stop taking most forms of hormonal birth control, you can get pregnant within a month, says Dr. Schlaff. The one exception: Depo-Provera, the injectable birth control. Each Depo-Provera injection prevents pregnancy for 12 to 14 weeks—and while some women do get pregnant in as little as one month after that protection wears off, it can take other women up to a year to conceive. Doctors recommend women stop using injectable birth control several months before they hope to get pregnant.
Women under 30 years old are incredibly fertile—their ability to get pregnant is at its peak. In the U.S., about three in four sexually active women under 30 are using some type of birth control. But many of them ask me, does using birth control now hurt my chances of getting pregnant in the future? Sigh of relief: it does not.
All reversible birt…