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Healthy vegatarian food during pregnancy

Vegetarian Diet and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time when it is important to be as healthy as possible for both the healthy development of your baby and the well-being of you. maintaining a vegetarian diet and pregnancy can cause maternal health to come unstuck if not well thought-out. Without proper understanding of what vitamins

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What’s In A One-in-a-Million?

The Truth about Semen? It is one of the most remarkable processes in nature. Starting life as a generic round stem cell, sperm will go on to form its structure (the shape we all familiar with). This is the evolution of spermatozoon: with the demanding job to fertilise the egg,

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Abdominal Separation

Abdominal Separation Are you worried that your stomach still looks a little pregnant a few months post-delivery? This is to be expected. Abdominal separation is a normal symptom of pregnancy. Don’t forget! – your body has supported life for the last nine months! Abdominal separation becomes a cause for concern

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Chronic Vulval Itch

I Have a Chronic Itch… Down There Don’t be embarrassed! – vulval itch can affect a lot of women at any age. The severity and recurrence is what we need to figure out and diagnose. We know it feels embarrassing telling your GP “I am really itchy down there” So

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The Rising Numbers of STI’s among Millennials

The Rise of the STI’s In the last five years now there has been a significant spike in sexually transmissible infections (STIs), particularly in young adults under the age of 25. A sexually transmissible infection (STI) is an infection that you can get from any form of sexual activity, including

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Interstitial Cystitis

When Painful Stinging is More Than Just a UTI Often mistaken for a urinary tract infection (UTI), Interstitial Cystitis is a painful bladder condition which leads to trouble voiding (urination) among other pelvic symptoms. It’s often self-diagnosed as it mimics symptoms of a UTI. A great example is the symptom

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Premature Ovarian Insufficiency

By The Time I Reached 35, I was in Perimenopause From my very first period I was on a 28-day menstrual cycle. By the end of my 20s, my periods had become incredibly irregular, scanty and painless. I had my children young and considered my family complete. I hadn’t been

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IUD Contraception

   The IUD is Now Australia’s Most Popular Contraception Oral contraceptives, which transformed society when they were first available, seem to be losing traction among Australian women as other forms of birth control have become more popular. There are a few reasons for the pill’s fall in popularity, but the

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