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Surrogacy requirements

Being a surrogate mother in India is a highly respected task and full of challenges. With this reputed work comes certain responsibilities which are to be fulfilled to ensure that the entire procedure and process of delivering a baby is as smooth as possible. Health and other factors play a major role to analyze the preparedness of the surrogate mother in India to bear the child. Some of the crucial factors related to surrogacy in India include-
·The first and the foremost requirement of a surrogate mother in India is   the desire to help others create a family.
·The surrogate mother should preferably be between the ages of 21-42 which will ensure the health of the baby as well as the mother and reduce deaths associated with deliveries
·The surrogate has Had at least one child that they are currently raising ·The surrogate mother in India should financially be stable or get enough assistance from the prospective parents to ensue healthy conditions.She must be a Non-smoker ·Have a BMI of 31…

Is Back Pain A Symptom Of Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is a disease affecting the prostate gland in men, which is responsible for production of seminal fluid and in controlling urine.It is in the glandular cells of the prostate gland that the cancer starts. Back pain is often linked to prostate cancer, with studies reporting that the incidence of prostate cancer in men with back pain is five times higher than normal, but the truth is that there are no symptoms of prostate cancer. It is when the disease reaches an advanced stage that it might cause symptoms, of which back pain is one. The other symptoms of prostate cancer include:
·Joint pain, and pain in the hip, chest or neck ·Loss of weight ·Loss of appetite ·Fatigue ·Problems urinating, a slow or weak stream of urine, the need to apply pressure to urinate ·Need to urinate often, but no urine when one tries ·Blood in urine or semen ·Constipation ·Erectile dysfunction ·Weakness or numbness in the lower part of the body including legs or feet ·Loss of bladder control ·Swelling of lowe…

Conditions IVF Can Help With

In-Vitro Fertilisation, or IVF cannot treat infertility, like many people believe. This misconception sometimes leads to severe disappointments, thus it is better to be informed about IVF as much as one can before visiting an IVF clinic or fertility centre. IVF is a means of bypassing problems which prevent a pregnancy from developing. Once a gynaecologist diagnoses the specific problem with a couple, there may be other treatments better suited to resolve a couple’s condition. The conditions that the process may be useful in are:
·Tubal Damage: Damaged fallopian tubes, that surgery cannot treat or cases in which surgery cannot be considered can be resolved using IVF. The process bypasses the tubes, so is a viable option. ·Abnormal or low sperm count in the male: If the male partner has low sperm count, but produces sperm that is potentially capable of fertilizing an egg, IVF can be considered. Physiological Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection or PICSI IVF, can be useful, where a single sp…

7 Best Remedies for Bladder Infections

Bladder infection, is a type of urinary tract infection (UTI). It is commonly caused by bacteria known as Escherichia coli, though other bacteria or fungi may also be the cause rarely. The condition involves pain in urination, frequent urination, and the feeling to urinate despite having an empty bladder. Bladder infection is a very common condition, with more than 10 million cases reported every year in India. It is more common in women than men.
Bladder infection can be painful, so it is better prevented than cured. Here are 7 remedies that are helpful in preventing UTIs and also helpful in easing their symptoms.
1.Water: The first of all things to do is drink plenty of water. Water will help flush out the bacteria causing the problem. 2.Urinate frequently: Drinking more water will lead to more urination, which will flush out the causal microbes even faster. 3.Vitamin C: Get foods high in vitamin C. Vitamin C makes urine acidic, and that inhibits the growth of bacteria in the bladder or…

Gastroenterology Hospitals in Darbhanga

The branch of medicine that deals with the digestive system and its disorders is known as Gastroenterology. The main focus of this branch is diseases that affect the gastrointestinal tract, including the organs ranging from the mouth to the anus, as well as the alimentary canal. Gastroenterological diseases are among the most common reasons why people in India consult a doctor, with a monumental 20 crore cases of such conditions reported every year. That is an alarming statistic and says much about the gastroenterological health of the country. Vastly differing food habits in the country may be blamed for this, and this has led to a growth in the number of hospitals and clinics that deal with gastric problem treatment.
Darbhanga, a city in the state of Bihar has recently been added to the list of cities that can now brag about their sophisticated multi-specialty hospitals. The best hospitals in Darbhanga now have all modern amenities as is expected of an avant-garde medical institution…

Knowing the Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and the second main cause of cancer related deaths in women, after lung cancer. While medical and technological advances in treatment and screening have increased the survival rates, there are still approximately fewer than 1 million cases reported in a year in India. Awareness of its symptoms is the best way to diagnosing it as early as possible, and making treatment comparatively easier.
The female breast, is made up of fat, connective tissue, and lobules, which produce milk. There are also tiny ducts which carry the milk to the nipple.Breast cancer occurs when the cells that make up the breast begin to act abnormally and grow uncontrollably. There are two types of breast cancers:
1.Ductal carcinoma: Which begins in the cells of the milk duct 2.Lobular carcinoma: Which begins in the cells of the lobules
Symptoms of breast cancer are subtle, but not much. The first detectable symptom is usually a hardened area or lump in the breast or in …