Considering having a baby? In order to aim for the best results, it’s important to know the types of challenges one can face in this situation. Read more on the basics of miscarriage — how it happens and what can be done to avoid it.
Getting ready for motherhood, but worried about all the complications that come with it? Find out how common miscarriages really are, when and why they’re most likely to occur, and how common miscarriages are with the alternative method called in vitro fertilisation!
We asked Dr Suresh Nair, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist, what are the fertility treatments available, which option has the highest likelihood of success and non-medical things couples can engage in to increase their chances of getting pregnant. Read the Q&A below…
Are you trying to conceive for quite some time now? Make sure that you are healthy and, of course, fertile. If you are in your mid 20’s, getting pregnant might by easier for you. But if you are in your 30’s and above, conceiving could be difficult or problematic. Ever thought that maybe you can eat food to get pregnant?