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All You Need to Know About SurrogacyIt is believed that motherhood completes a woman, yet it becomes a controversial subject as soon as we talk about gaining it through some unnatural technique. Surrogacy is one such method that...14/10/2014 by Dr.
In Vitro Fertilization for Pregnancy ProblemsWhat is IVF? An over view? In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a process that involves fertilization of egg by sperm outside the body, in a glass. A woman's ovulatory process is monitored and stimulated...14/10/2014 by Dr.
Gestational DiabetesGestational diabetes refers to a diabetes developed during the gestation period (pregnancy) which may affect the pregnancy or the health of an unborn baby. Diabetes (Diabetes mellitus) is a...22/08/2014 by Dr.
The Pro's and Con's of Hysterectomy : An OverviewHysterectomy is a surgical procedure of removing the whole uterus (a body part where implantation and development of the fetus occurs) or an affected part of the uterus from women’s body. Rarely...20/06/2014 by Dr.
Treatment Options for Fibroids"A 38 year old spinster consulted me with complaints of abdominal swelling and heaviness. She was found to have a large fibroid in the uterus. She underwent laparoscopic removal of fibroid which...19/05/2014 by Dr.
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Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 16-Aug-2016 19:52:03
2 pink lines on the pregnancy kit indicates positive, and single pink line indicates negative pregnancy