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Pregnancy Phases & Symptoms

Pregnancy Phases & Symptoms

In our previous blog https://vishwarajhospital.com/what-are-the-dos-and-donts-when-planning-for-pregnancy/ , we talked about the dos and don’ts while planning for pregnancy. In this latest blog, we will be taking all the women (the ones who are planning for pregnancy or the ones already experiencing this beautiful phase of life) through a quick pregnancy journey. There are 3 main phases of pregnancy: …

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Umbilical Hernia Female

Umbilical hernia signs and symptoms

 A hernia is a problem that arises when an internal organ pushes itself out from a weak spot in the body tissue or muscle. There are different categories of hernia that you can develop, like femoral hernias, inguinal hernia, Hiatal hernias and umbilical hernia. According to a study, umbilical hernia is the second most common type of hernia developed in adults after inguinal hernia.

You Play Through Pain, But You Stop Due To Injury

You play through pain, But you stop due to injury?

In the era of this stressful lifestyle, exercise and sports are excellent ways to handle it. Sports, whether it’s for recreational or professional purposes, are associated with the risk of sports-related injuries. Further, its incidence is increasing with the need for an active lifestyle. A person is more prone to the injury if:

Hip Replacement Is Failing

How do I know if my hip replacement is failing?

Hip replacement surgery refers to the replacement and removal of your hip joint that includes a portion of the thighbone (femur) and pelvis. This process is used to treat not only hip arthritis but also injuries such as an improperly growing hip or broken hip. In this process, an artificial joint made from metal and plastic components is placed. The posterior approach and anterior approach are the two different types of surgeries involved with hip replacement.

Warning Signs Of Breast Cancer

What are the 5 warning signs of breast cancer?

As breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women, women must keep looking for any symptoms. Women, after they attain the age of 40 must go for a screening once a year and must do self-examination regularly to check whether there is any symptom. Thus, it is important to know how these changes take place and when can a sign be a warning sign.

Precautions after Knee Replacement

Precautions after Knee Replacement?

Knee replacement is a surgical process that doctors undertake to replace the painful knee joint with an artificial one. In the process of knee replacement, the end of the femur bone is taken out and replaced with a metal shell. The doctors also remove the end of the lower leg bone called tibia. It is then replaced with a channelled plastic piece made of the metal stem.