0240-3058500 | 0240-2618500 | 0240-2618501 | 02403058501 | +91 9422235934 | +91-9422712637 contact@endoworldhospital.com
How Can I Keep My Baby Safe While Pregnant?

How Can I Keep My Baby Safe While Pregnant?

So your doctor finally confirmed that you are pregnant. There are thousands and millions of things going on in your head right now. How to take care of my health? How to ensure the baby is healthy? What to eat? What not to eat? How can I ensure a healthy delivery? Do not panic. Endoworld hospital, one of the leading hospitals with the best IVF center in Aurangabad, has brought you the answers to all your pregnancy-related concerns.  How to achieve good health during pregnancy? During your first appointment with the gynecologist, your doctor will ask for your blood and urine samples to test for any harmful bacteria, signs of diabetes, high protein levels, or blood pressure levels. Other tests may include: A pelvic evaluation to check the size and shape of your womb and uterus A pap smear to diagnose cervical cancer An ultrasound to view the position of the baby inside your womb We advise pregnant women to visit the best gynecologist in Aurangabad after every 3-4 weeks. In every visit, the doctor will check your weight, blood pressure, and sugar levels, hear your baby’s heartbeat and discuss any issues or concerns about your pregnancy. What should I eat during pregnancy? The best thing you can do to keep your baby safe and healthy is to eat a balanced diet.  Eat well-cooked food. Avoid eating canned fish or shark, mackerel, tilefish, or swordfish as they are high in mercury, which can be dangerous for the baby’s health. Also, do not eat more than 2-3 servings of fish per week. Wash the fruits and vegetables in lukewarm water before storing them...
A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Prepare Your Body For A Healthy Pregnancy?

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Prepare Your Body For A Healthy Pregnancy?

According to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction, around 27.4 million couples who are actively trying to conceive are suffering from infertility. Fortunately, with medical advancements and ART methods, infertility is no more treated as a curse in Indian society. It is a medical condition that can very much be cured by infertility treatment in Aurangabad and around the nation. As the say goes, “Prevention is better than Cure,” those couples who are planning to get pregnant should start preparing their body for healthy child delivery. In this blog, we will discuss how both men and women need to prepare themselves before experiencing parenthood. Step 1: Visit a gynecologist There are many things you need to figure out about your body to ensure the baby is delivered healthily. Visit your gynecologist will help you find the issues that may risk your pregnancy chances. Our gynecologist in Aurangabad will discuss the following aspects of your life: Medical and family history of both the partners Current health issues if any Daily routine, diet, and lifestyle Any supplements or precautions you have been taking in the past Your history of pregnancy (miscarriage, prior pregnancy, or complications) Mental health concerns Safety at home and work Step 2: Visit a dentist Most of the health issues are caused due to a lack of proper oral hygiene. Gum disease, tooth decay, or gingivitis will risk the woman and her future baby. Therefore, visit a dentist and restore your good oral health. Step 3: Get pre-pregnancy care Enroll yourself in a local Parenthood health centre, as there are many things you won’t be able to control...
16 Tips To Follow Before, During And After Your Childbirth During The Lockdown

16 Tips To Follow Before, During And After Your Childbirth During The Lockdown

Unfortunate times call for unforeseen measures. This time of the pandemic, as unfortunate as it seems, is something you’ll have to survive with extremely unexpected yet necessary measures. Moreover, being pregnant and birthing a child during such unsafe conditions can make you more anxious and doubtful. However, it’s possible to have a safe and sound delivery during this period by practicing additional precautionary tips provided by top gynecologists and doctors. Tips To Follow Before The Delivery Period: Hygiene must be your top priority in all scenarios more than ever. Make it a habit to sanitize or wash your hands after every activity or touching particular objects that are brought into the house. Public places and gatherings should be a no-go for you. Although you can practice other preventive measures at public gatherings, it’s best to avoid the risk altogether. Avoid meeting people in person as much as you can. As the COVID-19 virus may not show symptoms in some people, it’s best to keep away from everyone and speak to them on video or phone calls. While choosing a hospital, ensure that it is following all guidelines for patient’s and doctor’s safety and have enough rooms available during your estimated date of labor. Contact the hospital for appointments and stay as early as you can. Order a small stock of supplies for the baby beforehand. These items will include diapers, clothes, cradle, baby food, etc. Stay hydrated throughout the day by drinking at least 8 to 12 glasses of water. And most importantly, stay calm. Practise meditation or other mentally soothing and positive habits to maintain your and your...
Do I Need An IVF Treatment?

Do I Need An IVF Treatment?

The decision of trying assisted reproductive technology to conceive a child is quiet intimidating for every couple. After an unsuccessful attempt to conceive naturally via unprotected sex for at least a year, couples start looking for treatments, cure, and home remedies to prepare their body to conceive a child. IVF is a procedure that has helped many couples start a family of their own, and is considered to be one of the most-effective methods for childbirth. But, the process is expensive and demands a lot of time and patience. Are you planning to consider IVF? Are you in dilemma whether this is the right treatment for you or not? Do not worry. Here is everything you need to know about your candidature for infertility treatments. Also, if you are struggling to conceive naturally, ask our IVF center in Aurangabad, and our country’s leading IVF specialists shall guide you. What are the most critical requirements for natural conceiving? Healthy Sex Life: As couples are moving towards the fast and competitive world to earn a luxurious life, it has drastically increased their stress levels and anxiety, which start taking a toll over their sex life. Unable to follow a healthy diet or lack of exercise can also be a determining factor for infertility in both men and women. Healthy Semen Parameters: To conceive a child naturally, men must have normal semen parameters, which include semen count, motility, mobility, and morphology. A good semen sample consists of good sperm count in which all the sperms are actively moving and normal in structure. Erectile dysfunction or abnormal shape of the sperm is also a...
Infertility Risk Factors

Infertility Risk Factors

Many people don’t give up on sedentary lifestyle until they start trying to have a baby naturally. Infertility indicates no signs or symptoms, but it pays to know all about the habits that could trigger infertility issues in both men and women.  Infertility is a painful journey, but knowing the alarming symptoms can take off this pain from the journey of your parenthood. At Endoworld, our infertility specialist in Aurangabad has listed the factors that affect both men and women. Infertility Risks in Men Men are equally responsible for causing infertility. Our male infertility clinic in Aurangabad examine, diagnose, and treat male patients who might have: A repaired hernia Testicles that haven’t descended Infected or inflamed prostate glands Alcohol, smoking, and tobacco usage Taking medicines for ulcers or psoriasis Cystic fibrosis Premature ejaculation or blockage in the testicles Overexposure to certain environments such as radiation, chemicals, and pesticides Enlarged veins in the testicles Undergone treatment for cancer Genetic issue Family history of suffering from infertility challenges Infertility Risks in Women Certain factors affect women at some age which jeopardize her future plannings of conceiving naturally. The factors include: Endometriosis Fallopian tube disease Chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, lupus, hypertension, and arthritis Multiple miscarriages Irregular periods since puberty Abnormally shaped uterus Polyps in the uterus Any leftover scar tissue from a surgery or pelvic infection Cysts or Uterine fibroids Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) One-third of male and female, individually are responsible for causing infertility. Also, in most of the cases, both male and female partner has some issue which causes infertility. There are also some instances of “Unexplained infertility”...
6 Things To Steer Clear Of During Pregnancy

6 Things To Steer Clear Of During Pregnancy

“Congratulations! You’re pregnant!” And you’ll receive a plethora of advice on what you need to do and what you must eat following this greeting from your family and friends. Pregnancy is a busy time. With all the friends and guests calling or visiting with their best wishes and all the future planning and all the exercises, it is normal to overlook certain things which you don’t find worth being on the top of your list. That said, there are certain things which might appear to be trivial superficially, but can potentially harm you and your babies health.  Hence, to ensure that you never face any sudden complications during your pregnancy, here are a few things you most definitely need to avoid: Over-the-counter Drugs: OTC drugs like painkillers may have helped you after having a tough day, but these drugs can have some severe side-effects on the baby.  The developing fetus can adversely react to the chemicals these drugs contain and cause serious congenital disabilities. You must strictly consult your doctor about what medicines you can take if you: Fall sick with fever or cold Have severe headaches  Have had been taking a course of drugs from before you fell pregnant Let any doctor that you visit know that you’re pregnant beforehand and discuss what natural medicines, vitamins and supplements you can consume. Food-borne Illness: You must remember at all times that everything you eat is going to affect your unborn baby’s health as well. Even though you are supposed to eating a lot of healthy and fatty foods to balance the nutrients used by the fetus to grow, certain...
Can I Go Straight for IVF Treatment?

Can I Go Straight for IVF Treatment?

Infertility is painful to live with, but sometimes couples make things hard for them by overthinking or maybe because they are not aware of the wide range of options available to experience parenthood. That said, with medical advancements, infertility today is nothing but a health condition which can get treated medically. IVF or In-Vitro Fertilization is a treatment that involves using fertility drugs to stimulate the development of good quality eggs.  In this process, the eggs are retrieved from the ovaries using a small needle and get fertilized in a laboratory setup. Once the eggs get fertilized and transform into embryos, our laparoscopic surgeons in Aurangabad place them inside the women’s uterus to continue their pregnancy.  Before determining whether you can opt straight for IVF, let us find out who are the ideal candidates for IVF treatment: Women suffering from ovulation problems Women with damaged fallopian tube Women diagnosed with endometriosis Men suffering from low sperm count Men suffering from dysfunctional ejaculation Unexplained infertility Note: IVF doesn’t help produce new eggs. If a woman’s uterus is incapable of implanting or carrying a healthy pregnancy, they can opt for donor eggs and donor sperms to fertilize them at our test tube baby centre in Aurangabad to overcome the infertility limitations.  Final Say Patients can directly opt for IVF treatment if your doctor finds out that the chances of pregnancy with IUI are comparatively low than IVF.  Women who are already running out of time and age can straight choose IVF to get pregnant. The decision of whether to have IVF or IUI should be discussed with our fertility specialist who...
The Struggles Of Infertility

The Struggles Of Infertility

Quick Facts: Infertility equally affects both men and women. Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system which affects the patient’s ability to reproduce. In 40% of infertile couples, the male partner is either the sole cause or a contributing factor of infertility. Abnormal or irregular ovulation is one of the significant factors affecting infertility in women Couples struggling to conceive due to obesity or bodyweight disorders can reverse their infertility by maintaining their weight. Men and women who smoke are at higher risk of developing infertility Women who smoke are also at a higher risk of miscarriage. Treatments like IVF treatment and ICSI are helping thousands of couples experience parenthood. The Real Struggles Of Infertility Infertility can take a toll on your life, both emotionally and socially. It might be one of the reasons why many couples are not comfortable discussing their infertility experience. Infertility is defined when a couple fails to conceive a child even after having frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse for a year or longer. Infertility can get caused due to one or more of the following factors: Age: As women age, the quality of their eggs start to deteriorate. It means, the egg quality or the likelihood of an egg being genetically normal, decreases. Ovulation Disorders: A woman who cannot release healthy, regular, or mature eggs during ovulation are likely to suffer infertility or cannot conceive naturally. Tubal Occlusion (blockage): Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and pelvic inflammatory diseases can create a risk of blocked fallopian tubes, Tubal Occlusion occurs when a mature egg fails to get fertilized by the sperm. Uterine...
Why male infertility is still a lesser known topic?

Why male infertility is still a lesser known topic?

Male infertility? Is that even a thing? We bet if not all a few of you might have reacted with such questions in your mind. But to your surprise let us tell you that it is very much a thing. Why is it not discussed? Because, for no apparent reasons, people consider it a taboo. Although it is pretty much like female infertility and could be handled if diagnosed and treated properly. If you are one of those couples who are trying to get pregnant but are failing then infertility in both males and females could be the reason. Statistics say that around 10-15 %of the couples across the globe face this issue. Sadly, we always try to find the reason in females, but it is high time we try to look another way around too. Symptoms of Male Fertility: • Not able to get pregnant despite have frequent and unprotected intercourse. • Improper hormonal functioning When to visit a doctor? • When you are above 35 and still cannot get pregnant • A history of prostate problems • Swollen scrotum • Any family member with such a problem Causes of male infertility • Abnormal sperm production, which can be due to – undescended testicles, genetic defects, diabetes, etc. • The problem in delivering the sperm, which can be due to – premature ejaculation, cystic fibrosis, blockage in testicles. • Overexposure to environmental factors like – pesticides, drugs, smoking, bacterial infection, etc. Preventive methods • Stop smoking, as tobacco can majorly affect the fertility • Say no to alcohol and drugs • Reduce your caffeine intake • Regular exercise...
What to expect During an IUI Treatment? Are you an Ideal Candidate for IUI?

What to expect During an IUI Treatment? Are you an Ideal Candidate for IUI?

IUI, Intrauterine Insemination is a fertility treatment which involves placing the sperm directly into the woman’s uterus, where the natural intercourse process consists of the sperm travelling inside the woman’s vagina through the cervix and reaching out to the fallopian tubes, the IUI process cut down this step and help the sperm reach out the uterus directly. The IUI treatment is recommended in cases like • Low male sperm count • Decreased sperm motility • Abnormal ejaculation or erection • Same-sex couples planning to enter parenthood • A single woman planning to conceive • Couples who wish to avoid passing the genetic defect of the male partner to the child • Unexplained infertility, However, IUI is not recommended to patients with cases like: • Female partner suffering from severe endometriosis • A woman who have had removed or blocked both her fallopian tubes • Women suffering from multiple pelvic infections • Men suffering from low sperm count or abnormal ejaculation What to expect during the IUI procedure? It is a painless and noninvasive procedure, often referred to as the “natural cycle,” which means no medications are given in this procedure. A woman ovulates naturally, and an IVF specialist places the male partner’s sperm in her uterus during the time of ovulation. After attending your initial consultation for IUI treatment, you can expect the following procedures: • You might have to pay a visit to your doctor for a blood test, ultrasounds, and medical tests. • In case you are prescribed medications, you are likely to start them on your periods. • After a week of regular medication, your doctor...