June 2020

fetal development

Fetal development timeline

Fetal development timeline A normal pregnancy lasts nine months (280 days). Each three-month period of pregnancy is called a trimester. During each trimester, the fetus grows and develops. The actual embryo or fetal age also
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Excess saliva pregnancy

excess saliva pregnancy
Excess saliva pregnancy Excessive saliva during pregnancy is also known as ptyalism gravidarum, hypersalivation or sialorrhea gravidarum, is common during

Trouble getting pregnant

trouble getting pregnant
Trouble getting pregnant Trouble getting pregnant, difficulty conceiving is also known as infertility, which is usually defined as not being

Cervical insufficiency

cervical incompetence
Cervical insufficiency Cervical insufficiency also known as incompetent cervix or weakened cervix, means your cervix opens (dilates) too early during
how to talk to your teenager

How to talk to a teen

How to talk to a teen The teenage years can be difficult for parents and teens alike. The combination of hormonal changes, new academic and social challenges, emotional volatility and shifting family dynamics can feel
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Plastic bronchitis

plastic bronchitis
Plastic bronchitis Plastic bronchitis is a rare lymphatic flow disorder and potentially fatal disease that causes severe respiratory issues. In

Mitochondrial depletion syndrome

mtdna depletion syndrome
Mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome Mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome are genetically and clinically a heterogeneous group of autosomal recessive mitochondrial disorders

Binder syndrome

Binder syndrome
Binder syndrome Binder syndrome also called nasomaxillary hypoplasia or maxilla-facial dysplasia or Binder's syndrome, is a rare present at birth