25 Feb

Diet in pregnancy

During Pregnancy everyone tries to eat healthy. Every expecting mom has different symptoms. Nausea, vomiting, feeling hungry, dizziness among others. You want to eat but because of nausea you are unable to. During pregnancy your requirements increase only marginally, they don’t get doubled! Many say “Now you need to eat for two”. It literally doesn’t […]

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19 Jun

Coincidences and Constants

It was June 2013 when i first met Dr Nina. I had found out a couple of weeks earlier through a home pregnancy test that I was pregnant and was nervously waiting to meet her at Jehangir OPD. She came out smiling (and she had short hair back then) and asked ‘are you waiting for […]

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15 Jun

Labour of Love

On the 30th of July, just 4 days before I celebrated my third wedding anniversary, I woke up at 5:50AM in the morning to pee on a stick- scratch that- to pee on three sticks. At 5:54AM, my timer rang to alert me that it had been long enough to check the pregnancy tests. I […]

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Of Birds and Bees and making Babies
16 Jan

Of Birds and Bees and making Babies

Of Birds and Bees and making Babies Sub-fertility treatment procedures explained Procreation is nature’s way of making sure species don’t get extinct and reproduction or birthing of offspring ensures the cycle goes on. When it comes to man however, perceptions and preconceptions driven by culture have a larger bearing on procreation than just science. For […]

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PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
27 Nov

PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)

Written for The Wonder Women World by Dr Nina Mansukhani PCOS, PCOD, or P-COS, whatever you may call it, affects about 20% girls and is one of the most common hormone disorders in teenage and adult women. More and more girls now suffer from erratic periods, acne, and unwanted facial hair etc compounded by weight issues. […]

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21 Sep

Ask a gynecologist – 10 Important Questions to Ask

Women face several gynecological issues in their lifetime but many of them are not brought to a gynecologist’s attention. Whether these take a backseat to other ‘bigger’ problems or women feel they are too minor to draw attention to – it’s always advisable to ask your gynecologist. Don’t have a regular gynecologist? Just type ‘gynecologist […]

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08 Mar

Your Guide to a Safe Abortion

Abortion is a subject that’s at the core of many a debate and discussion. Medically speaking, it is a sensitive procedure that must be undertaken with great precaution and care. As one of the Best Pregnancy Hospitals in Pune, we are often asked questions on abortion’s many facets – when should it be done, what […]

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