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Insights on Embryo Transfer Procedure
Insights on embryo transfer procedure! In IVF treatment, the embryo transfer procedure is an exciting and important milestone infertility treatment. It doesn’t matter how good the IVF laboratory culture environment is, the physician plays a significant role in performing embryo transfer procedures. The entire IVF treatment depends on careful placement of the embryos at the exact location that is near the middle of the endometrial cavity - with less trauma and manipulation.
Womens' rights in Ghana now!!
Womens' issues in Ghana are rarely discussed in the Ghanaian media, be it print, electronic or on-line and when they are they are not treated with the respect they deserve hence the fact that many people in Ghana today are ignorant of the key issues that affect women.
The Path of Women
The women in my family before me, they carved a path for me. This path at times winds gently through dew-damp forests, along sun-dappled streams and rivers. A canopy of leaves keep the sun-blistering heat of day at bay. When night descends it darkens the once cheery path where teeth and claws strike at unsuspecting prey. Sometimes the path meanders lazily though sunny meadowlands, to where winds gently bend the grasses seemingly with open arms to invite one for a rest. Other times, the path ascends over treacherous gravelly terrain along perilously rocky cliffs. Here, a millennia of thunderous storms have taken their toll on this stretch of road. Waves crash harshly over boulders and rocks that have broken off, falling thousands of feet below to their demise.
My Experience with the Nexplanon Birth Control Implant
Before I get started, I just want to state that this is MY experience. Everyone’s body is different, and I personally know people who have the Nexplanon and enjoy it. I am sharing my experience because I feel like the information I was given before getting the implant didn’t cover everything I needed to know, and I may have reconsidered if I knew what I was in for.
Psychological Impact of Reproductive Health on Women
Indian women are some of the best doctors, scientists, chefs, executives, artists, engineers, designers, pilots, athletes, social workers, and businesswomen. Just name any field there is to excel at, and Indian women would find a way to leave their mark with the quality of their work. However, this is just one side of the coin, and even to reach this position, women have had to work extremely hard – fighting patriarchy, sexism, prejudices, and stereotypes. The women who are capable of leading the world are born in a society that thinks reproductive health is something to be discussed within their homes, that too with whom the society deems fit. There is no concept of discussing reproductive health with the males in Indian households, no matter how progressive the inhabitants claim they are.
Types of #Sankoch : Are we discussing reproductive health ?
Sankoch ( संकोच) may be a term you may or may not have come across – But the feeling it denotes is something millions of young people face in India. Literally Translated, Sankoch means hesitation. This feeling prevents young people in India from accessing reproductive healthcare – the hesitation and shyness that comes with treating topics as natural as Reproductive health a taboo.
5 Best Gynecologists in Delhi
Gynecologists are women’s health doctors who help women of reproductive age maintain a healthy reproductive system. Gynecologists treat menstrual disorders, infertility, pregnancy and childbirth, help with contraception and family planning, and perform diagnostic screening of several anatomical abnormalities and cancer. They are highly trained doctors who undergo medical education with an MBBS degree and training followed by a post-graduate degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology and extensive training. Gynecologists are very important doctors as they ensure women of reproductive age get the required guidance and treatment. When you choose a gynecologist for yourself, there are many things you should consider, more about that here.
How To Find The Right Gynecologist For You
Gynecologist is a women’s reproductive health doctor. From helping young females understand the physiology and working of their body at the onset of puberty with the menarche (the first menstrual cycle) to helping older women deal with overwhelming symptoms associated with menopause (The stage after which there is a decrease in reproductive hormones and monthly menstrual cycles do not occur), a gynecologist is a very important person that has a crucial role to play in women’s health.
Nothing prepares you at 41 years old to jump from being woken up at night to feed your last-born baby to being woken up by a night sweat a few days later and nothing really prepares you to being diagnosed with perimenopause a few months later when you realise those symptoms are here to stay and needs to be addressed.
Best Yoga Poses to Improve Menstrual pain
I'm not the only one who has menstrual pain; I have menstrual pain, but I have to put up with it. Menstrual pain is painful, but have you given up?
This Stay-at-Home Mother Needs her Fantasy Romance Novels, OK?
People read for so many reasons; I read for many reasons—To learn, for fun, under duress… but mostly, I read to escape. Escapism has been my coping method of choice for as long as I can remember. Be it film, television, music or books, I always found ways to ensure my mind was absorbed in anything other than reality. If none of those sufficed, I’d slip into the depths of my imagination and make something up.
Thoughts While Stoned and On An Elliptical
“I’m the only person in here wearing a mask. Why aren’t these people wearing masks? Doesn’t everyone feel exactly like me and now that they have been introduced to the power of wearing a mask they don’t think they could ever let it go? No? Just me?”