Fallopian Tube Blockage: Its Symptoms and Treatment

Fallopian Tube Blockage: Its Symptoms and Treatment

The fallopian tube is a part of the uterus that plays a vital role in reproduction. The fallopian tube, also called a uterine tube, is present on either side of the uterus and releases ovaries from one of them. Every month during ovulation, an egg is released from the ovaries and travels to the uterus. The sperm has to travel to the fallopian tube to fertilize the egg. But sometimes, a blockage in the fallopian tube obstructs the egg from traveling down, preventing fertilization. Conceiving and becoming a parent completes a woman. Everyone desires to bring their creations into the world. Though blockage in the tube leads to conception problems, IVF (In Vitro fertilization) provides potential solutions. There are many gynaecologists in Aurangabad that may help in diagnosing your problem. In case you face any blockage issue, they may recommend IVF as a solution. Endoworld Hospital, IVF center in Aurangabad, has given a ray of hope and a new dimension in life to many. We would like to bring to light some symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment for tube blockage problems. Symptoms of Fallopian tube blockage  The symptoms diagnosis is rare because there are no bold symptoms that will alert us of having this situation. Still, visiting a gynaecologist in Aurangabad is a wise decision because at least you will be aware of your menstrual health. Causes Pelvic Inflammatory disease ( PID) is one of the most common causes of blocked fallopian tubes. Some other potential causes include: History of Uterine infection History of abortion or miscarriage Ruptured uterine walls  Previous complicated pregnancy Endometriosis- It is a disorder in...
Pregnancy During COVID 19: How Can It Affect You And Your Baby?

Pregnancy During COVID 19: How Can It Affect You And Your Baby?

The novel Coronavirus spreads through respiratory droplets in the air present due to coughing or sneezing. It can also spread when a person touches a contaminated surface. Children, older people, and those with a low immune system are at higher risk of getting infected with the virus. Also, pregnant women should take good care of their health to fight the virus. Our gynecologist in Aurangabad has seen women worried whether the virus would affect their unborn child. This blog is especially for those pregnant women who fear the COVID-19 virus.  COVID-19 and Pregnancy Pregnant women have a responsibility to take care of their unborn child. Although, doctors haven’t seen such cases yet where the child gets infected while in the mother’s womb. The child either gets infected after being born or a few days later. A test was conducted on nine pregnant women in her third trimester in Wuhan, China. The reports claimed that none of the mothers developed severe illness, and all the babies were delivered healthily. The risk of the mother spreading virus infection to her fetus is very low.  However, a pregnant woman must take extra care as she becomes more prone to illness, common cold, and flu.  How to prevent virus infection and its transmission? Although it’s not confirmed yet whether pregnant women are more susceptible to get infected by the COVID-19 virus, women are requested to take necessary precautions and maintain social distance while stepping out of their homes. Some of the best ways they can keep themselves safe during this pandemic period are: Wash your hands with water and soap frequently.  Keeping yourself...
Is It Safe To Perform Parental Yoga?

Is It Safe To Perform Parental Yoga?

Yoga is important for every individual, but it offers additional health benefits to pregnant women. It helps keep their body in shape, manages stress levels, and improves blood, oxygen circulation in the entire body.  However, many women in her pregnancy fear the consequences of indulging in parental yoga, as they feel it may harm the baby inside the womb. The fear is evident if you tried to conceive through ART procedures such as IVF, ICSI, or IUI. The best option is to consult a professional yoga instructor and talk to your gynecologist in Aurangabad to understand every aspect of this yoga form. Is It Safe? It is 100% safe if done correctly. Yoga poses are not just about twisting and turning your body. The parental yoga helps you breathe, relax, and adjust to the physical demands of pregnancy, labor, birth, and motherhood.  Yoga calms your body, mind, and soul. Many women choose parental yoga to increase their chances of a normal, healthy delivery.  When to start parental yoga? The day you get confirmation of your pregnancy is the day you should start your parental yoga. In the case of IVF pregnancy, the instructor may ask you to wait for at least 20 weeks before starting with yoga poses. However, light breathing exercises are allowed to manage stress levels.  When to stop parental yoga? You can stop at any time if you feel uncomfortable with the poses. Some women consider doing it until the last weeks before her delivery date. On the other hand, some women may give up during her 6-7th month of pregnancy.  Which yoga poses should I...
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...
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...
Know Your  IVF Diet Plan To Increase Your Chances of a Successful IVF Procedure

Know Your IVF Diet Plan To Increase Your Chances of a Successful IVF Procedure

When you are trying for a baby, it is important you take note of your food intakes. Eating healthy food not just gives your baby a healthy start of a new life but also enhance your chances of conceiving and producing a healthy baby Whether you have conceived naturally or have undergone Infertility treatment, the diet chart will be suggesting in this blog applies to every mom-to-be. So, pen down these essential elements of food and add them to your healthy diet today. Add Carbohydrates to your Food Mostly every dietician and professional nutritionists suggest that consuming a substantial amount of carbohydrate in your diet will provide the required energy a woman’s body demands while being pregnant. IVF requires a lot of energy and to balance it you can add fruits and grains (wheat, legumes, oats, etc) in your diet on regular basis. Fiber Fiber is crucial for healthy bowels movement, especially for pregnant women. It helps to maintain blood sugar level and gives an adequate amount of amino acids necessary for building and repairing cells, manufacturing hormones, and overall reproductive functioning. Meals with loads of vegetables, cereals, nuts, seeds, and whole grains are rich in fiber. Folic acids The presence of folic acid is crucial in infertility IVF treatment as it helps the embryo grow healthy and eliminates the risk of developmental disorders. On a positive note, foods rich in folic acids are easily available and are cheap to afford. Foods such as green peas, broccoli, spinach, tofu, and poultry products are must-add food to your healthy diet. Fats Many of our patients mistake adding fat to their...