Dr. Aditi Ghai is Best Gynaecologist in Gaur City 2, Noida Extension. She has 13 years of expertise in the field of medical speciality. She has completed her MBBS from Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Wardha-2004, DGO from Bombay Medical College-2007 & DNB - obstetrics and gynaecology from Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences Loni-2012. Dr Aditi Ghai provides high-quality care for a wide range of conditions and major events in a woman’s life.
Heartburn is caused by hormonal and physical changes that
your body undergoes during pregnancy.
women become constipated due to the
hormonal changes that make your digestion much slower, as your baby starts to
grow; there will be less space for your digestive system to function at its
3. Morning Sickness
sickness is one of the early pregnancy problems
and is something that, ironically enough, can happen at any time of the day and
for some unfortunate women, can carry on throughout the pregnancy. The symptoms
include nausea and vomiting.
4. Bleeding Gums
gums are caused by the same hormone that
makes your mucus membrane swell up and makes your sinuses worse.
all bloating, leg cramps and constant need to pee, it’s no wonder that pregnant
women have trouble sleeping. Around 8 out of 10 women experience insomnia
6. Headache and Migraine
Hormonal changes during pregnancy causes a lot of
unnecessary problems for you, but in the case of migraines, it is not just hormonal changes but also a combination
of many other factors that contribute to it. For example, if you are overly
stressed and are not eating and sleeping properly, you are more likely to
7. Vaginal Discharge
discharge during pregnancy is
considered to be completely normal and is called Leukorrhea. It is one of the
first visual signs of pregnancy. This discharge is white, thin and milky and it
has a very mild smell.
8. Urinary Incontinence
If you have been peeing a little without meaning to, join
the pregnancy club. The type of urinary
incontinence experienced by pregnant women is
usually Stress Incontinence, something that is caused due to increased pressure
on the bladder. This especially causes a lot of pregnancy discomfort at 35
9. Stretch Marks
are caused by changes in the elastic supportive tissue that lies right under
the skin. At first they are reddish brown, purple or dark brown but later they
fade away to faint pale marks.
10. Leg Cramps
Nobody is really sure why leg
cramps are caused. Some speculate that they
are caused because of the extra weight you have to carry, while there are other
theories that they are caused due to the compression of the blood vessels in
the legs. These troublesome cramps most often happen at night and make sleeping
11. High Blood Pressure
Otherwise known as hypertension, this is a serious problem for some women. While it is
not very serious in most cases, there are times when it causes more serious
health problems for mother and child.
12. Skin Changes
All the hormonal changes that pregnancy causes lead
to acne and skin darkening. Some women develop dark circles
around the eyes during their pregnancy.
Swollen blood vessels in the rectum are called haemorrhoids and can be as small as a pea or as big as a grape.
They are very uncomfortable to have and can sometimes be very painful,
sometimes even bleeding as you have a bowel movement.
With all the extra weight and the shift in your center of
gravity, your muscles have to work harder and your joints experience more
pressure during pregnancy. These things cause backaches. Backaches can also be caused when there is pressure on
15. Itchy and Leaking Nipples
growing breasts are what cause the itching sensation, whereas the leaky breasts
are caused by prolactin, a hormone that readies your body for nursing. Anything
from showering to changing your clothes can cause those unwanted leaks.
Also called Edema, this is caused due to the excess
fluids that get stuck in your tissues. As you retain more water during
pregnancy, swelling is pretty common. The growing uterus puts pressure on the
vena cava and this causes the blood flow back to the legs to be slow, thereby
causing the swelling.
17. Lack of Energy and
experienced by those in their first trimester is caused due to hormonal
changes, whereas the fatigue in the third is caused because of the extra weight
you have to carry as well as all the sleepless nights caused by other pregnancy
18. Breathing Problems
hormonal changes, especially progesterone, directly affect your lungs. In the
later stages of pregnancy, your breathing may become even more laboured as the
growing uterus puts pressure on the diaphragm causing discomfort during
Mild itching is completely normal during pregnancy. All the
stretching and hormonal changes will cause this in at least twenty per cent of
some lucky few are spared this during the first trimester, it will inevitably
show up during the second or third trimesters. It is caused due to hormonal
changes and the weight of the baby growing and putting more weight on the
intestines. It is one of the biggest contributors to pregnancy discomfort.
21. Weird and Strange Dreams
dreams are common and considered normal. They
tend to happen because of the anxieties you may be experiencing due to your
ENDOMETRIOSIS Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue similar
to the tissue that forms the lining of your uterus grows outside of your
uterine cavity. The lining of your uterus is called the endometrium. Endometriosis occurs when endometrial tissue grows
on your ovaries, bowel, and tissues lining your pelvis. It’s unusual for
endometrial tissue to spread beyond your pelvic region, but it’s not
impossible. Endometrial tissue growing outside of your uterus is known as an
endometrial implant. The hormonal changes of your menstrual cycle affect
the misplaced endometrial tissue, causing the area to become inflamed and
painful. This means the tissue will grow, thicken, and break down. Over time,
the tissue that has broken down has nowhere to go and becomes trapped in your pelvis. This tissue trapped in your pelvis can cause: irritationscar
in which tissue binds your pelvic organs togethersevere
pain during your periodsfertility
problemsEndometriosis is …
STD may also be called a sexually transmitted infection (STI) or venereal
disease (VD).The term sexually transmitted disease (STD) is used to refer to a
condition passed from one person to another through sexual contact. You can
contract an STD by having unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone
who has the STD. That doesn’t mean sex is the only way STDs are transmitted.
Depending on the specific STD, infections may also be transmitted through
sharing needles and breastfeeding. SYMPTOMS
transmitted diseases (STDs) or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can have
a range of signs and symptoms, including no symptoms. That's why they may go
unnoticed until complications occur or a partner is diagnosed. Signs and
symptoms that might indicate an STI include: ·Sores or bumps on
the genitals or in the oral or rectal area ·Painful or burning
urination ·Discharge from the
penis ·Unusual or
odd-smelling vaginal discharge ·Unusual vaginal
bleeding ·Pain during sex ·Sore, swoll…