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    Breast changes during pregnancy are a natural phenomenon to prepare the mother for the arrival of the baby. To ease the pain and discomfort during pregnancy, consider using a supportive bra that can help you feel more comfortable as your breasts grow.
    Breastfeeding, also known as nursing, is a beautiful and natural way to nourish your baby. It involves feeding your infant breast milk, either directly from your breast or by pumping and offering it in a bottle.
    Bruising is a common side effect from the IVF process. It occurs as a result of local trauma from the injections required in the abdominal area to retrieve eggs.
    C-section scars are a common outcome of this surgical delivery method. By understanding proper management strategies and offering guidance on scar care, healthcare professionals can help optimize patients’ scar healing and satisfaction.
    An ectopic pregnancy, also known as extrauterine pregnancy, occurs when a fertilized egg implants itself outside the womb (uterus). The most common location is the fallopian tube, the passage connecting the ovary to the uterus.
    The female external genitalia is made up of both urinary tract and reproductive structures. These structures collectively fall under the term vulva.
    Hot flashes typically manifest abruptly, causing a surge of heat and perspiration in the face, neck, and upper body. The skin may flush and redden, resembling blushing. Associated symptoms can include chills, palpitations, and varying degrees of severity.
    Newborn jaundice is when your baby’s skin and the white parts of the eyes look yellow. Yellowing of the skin can be more difficult to see in brown or black skin.
    The Linea Nigra is a natural part of pregnancy. Most pregnant women will develop one, but it’s a little less common or noticeable in women with fair skin.
    Obstetric fistulas are abnormal openings that form between the genital tract and the urinary tract, anus, or rectum. A rectovaginal fistula connects the anus or rectum with the vagina...
    PCOS is a leading cause of female infertility, impacting an estimated 6% to 12% (up to 5 million) of reproductive-aged women in the US, according to the CDC. The exact etiology remains unknown, and treatment approaches are primarily symptom-based and empirical.
    During pregnancy, the body undergoes significant changes to accommodate the growing fetus. Hormones like estrogen and progesterone are released, which can cause the skin to stretch and become more elastic. The abdomen is particularly affected as the uterus expands to make room for the developing baby.
    Preeclampsia is persistent high blood pressure that develops during pregnancy or the postpartum period. It is often associated with high levels of protein in the urine or the new development of decreased blood platelets, trouble with the kidneys or liver, fluid in the lungs, or signs of brain trouble such as seizures and/or visual disturbances. It usually develops...
    Stillbirth is when a baby dies in the womb after 20 weeks of pregnancy. Most stillbirths happen before a pregnant person goes into labor, but a small number happen during labor and birth.
    A vaginal delivery is when a person gives birth through their vagina. It’s the most common method of childbirth. During a vaginal birth, your uterus contracts to thin and open your cervix and push your baby out through your vagina (or birth canal). As delivery progresses, the cervix becomes fully open (dilated), thinned and pulled back.

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