Restless genital syndrome (RGS) is a condition which mainly affects women (though also occasionally in men) that is characterized by an unpleasant sensation involving the genital area and pelvis. A woman with RGS experiences sudden, continuous and uncontrolled arousal in her genital region but she does not have a desire or fantasy for sex. RGS has been defined as
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I just found out a simple officially accepted way to prevent travelers' diarrhea.
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Here are the News for the Week of 1/13/2014
It's a fact: If you watch your weight and closely follow a Mediterranean-style diet high in vegetables, vegetable oils, fish and beans then you may increase your chance of becoming pregnant.
According to Wikipedia, a water birth refers to childbirth, usually human, that occurs in water.
Milk in pregnancy helps infant growth. A new study shows that the amount of milk a pregnant woman drinks is not only growth-promoting for weight and length at birth but may have an effect into early adult age.
Around 11-13 weeks of the pregnancy a screening for Down’s syndrome is usually offered to all pregnant women. The test is known as the "first trimester screen" or nuchal translucency test.
It seems unthinkable to deliberately deprive a newborn baby of 30% to
40% of its blood supply but some delivery experts suggest we do exactly
that when the umbilical cord is severed within a minute of its birth.
Under normal lifestyle and dietary conditions, the level of exposure of most women to individual environmental chemicals will probably pose minimal risk to the developing fetus/baby.
Today is a very happy day for me. I met 4 children of the same family that I delivered. And the mom of 3 of them is going to have another baby today!
Just because someone writes something and it's on the internet, that
doesn't mean it's correct. Below we list some sites and information that
publish incorrect information about fertility and pregnancy.
Pre-eclampsia has been defined as a disease of first pregnancies.
Many of my patients ask me about lifestyle issues and pregnancy, especially about exercise, alcohol, caffeine, and artrificial sweeteners. Here are my straight-forward answers: