Medical Issues During Pregnancy

How can I make my baby fall asleep inside of my womb?

I am 6 months pregnant with my first and I wanna know how to make the baby to fall asleep inside of my womb? Sometimes “the baby in me” likes »

Is it normal to have abdominal pains and cramps within 9 weeks of pregnancy?

Is it a normal pregnancy routine to have abdominal pains and cramps within 9 weeks of pregnancy? It is quite normal for occasional slight abdominal pain or cramps during 9 »

Is the NIFTY test accurate for twins?

I am from India and i am expecting twins so can i get NIFTY test done for twins as well. Currently i am 17 weeks approx pregnant   The NIFTY »

Is it safe to take Para at 18 weeks of pregnancy?

Hi doctor, can i ask you for my first time having pregnant and now i have geted sick or 4 days. I really worry about taking drugs treatment.So,can i take »

I have had two miscarriages one month into the pregnancies. Why?

I used to be pregnant but only one month after I knew that I was going to have a baby it was lost. It happened two time like this. I »

I’m not pregnant yet but was told by a Pharmacist that Mebendazole takes around 3 months to leave the body. Is this true?

I’m an expat in Thailand who had previously worked on the border of Burma. I had been having bad stomach aches and sickness and was prescribed Mebendazole (anti-parasitic drug common »

I’m seven months pregnant and I’m not feeling much kicking and movement from my baby. How much movement is normal?

I’m seven months pregnant and I’m not feeling as much kicking and movement from my baby as the other women I know who are this far along. How much movement »

My wife is six months pregnant and so moody. Is there anything I can do to improve her disposition?

My wife is six months pregnant and so moody. Is there anything I can do to improve her disposition? Is there medicine she can take? Foods she can eat? Anything »

I’m four months pregnant, but I’m still spotting. Should I be worried?

Hi. I’m four months pregnant, but I’m still spotting. Should I be worried? It depends! I am sorry to start of with “it depends” as it really won’t help you »