Category Archives: Women’s Talk

Lymphoma: Causes, Symptoms, Risk factors, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Lymphoma is a type of cancer that begins in the lymphocytes. Lymphocytes are a form of white blood cells that defend the body against the antigens (foreign substance). Lymphoma affects the lymphatic system of the body (lymph glands, thymus gland, spleen, bone marrow). It may also affect the various other organ systems of the body. […]

Tips to Reduce Flatulence During Pregnancy

A would-be mother undergoes several physical, mental, and emotional changes throughout her gestation period. Along with her enlarging uterus and swelling breasts, she experiences several other changes like mild heartburns and frequent flatulence. According to medical research, a pregnant woman farts twice the times a normal adult farts in a day. Why Pregnancy Increases Flatulence? […]

Breastfeeding: For You and Your Baby – Benefits, Outcomes, FAQs

Breastfeeding or nursing is the process of feeding a mother’s breast milk to her infant. This can be done either directly from the breast or by pumping out the milk from the breast and bottle-feeding it to the baby. Breast milk provides an infant all the essential nutrients and calories, including fat, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and […]

Breast Cancer: Causes, Symptoms,Treatments, and Remedies

Breast cancer (a.k.a: Breast Carcinoma) has become the predominant illness in women living in urban areas. Current research says that young women of the age group 30 to 40 years are most likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Being a female is the biggest risk factor for breast cancer. Early detection of cancer can reduce […]

Breast Milk Bank: What You Should Know

Lactation (production of milk in the mammary glands), is the only source by which the new born baby gets food and the nourishment it requires. In some cases, lactation does not take place is often due to different reasons such as preterm delivery, lack of glandular tissues or other unavoidable medical condition. Mothers of newborn […]

Why Can’t You Breastfeed After Pregnancy?

Finding it hard to breastfeed or nurse your newborn? Well, bottle-feeding can work well for you. Why can’t a mother breastfeed after pregnancy? Is it really true that some women cannot breastfeed? OR why does something of such take place? This article will give you an insight into the alternatives to breastfeeding. Interesting Facts About […]