December 09, 2020
If you’re trying to conceive and are doing everything right, you may be wondering ‘how early is too early’ to find out if you’re pregnant. While you look for those early pregnancy signs, we suggest you take a test for an early detection of pregnancy. Although there are several OTC pregnancy tests, the truth is that they are not always accurate. As such, it is better to visit a clinic and get your pregnancy confirmed. Not only are clinical tests accurate, today you can get your results in under 10 minutes.
November 30, 2020
The chances of developing a hernia increases with age. Anything that can increase pressure inside the abdomen will only increase the risks further. Excessive coughing, weight-lifting, obesity and even pregnancy can increase the chances of developing a hernia. The best thing to do, if you notice a small bulge near your groin is to seek medical help. If the hernia is benign, you will not need any serious intervention. However, if the intestine is stuck, it would be smart to get it back in place immediately with surgery. Do not brush it under the carpet as the condition will only worsen with time.
November 20, 2020
Multiple types of contraception methods are available currently. However, all the types are not suitable for all users. Selection of the most applicable method of contraception for family planning and birth control, best suited for each couple, depends on multiple factors including the user’s general well-being, age and gender, frequency of sexual relationships and partners, desire to conceive in the future, as well as family history of reproductive health problems. Dual protection from the simultaneous risk for HIV and other STDs also should be considered, while selecting a method of contraception.