An approach towards birthing with comfort and confidence.
1. What is Painless Delivery?
Painless delivery refers to the use of an epidural injection which is given by a specially trained anesthetist doctor for pain relief during labor.
Fertility is a topic that is close to the hearts of many couples who are trying to start a family. Unfortunately, the road to parenthood is not always smooth, and many couples face challenges along the way. This can lead to a lot of confusion, frustration, and questions.
In this blog, we will try to address some of the most frequently asked questions on fertility, to help couples better understand the process of conception and the steps they can take to improve their chances of success. Whether you are just starting your journey or you have been trying for a while, this guide is for you.
So, let’s dive in and explore the world of fertility!
There is no wrong or the right amount of time to wait before seeing your doctor, but a lot will depend on your age and personal circumstances. Suppose you are a couple under 30 years of age and have no reason to suspect problems (like previous surgery or irregular periods). In that case, it is reasonable to try for a couple of years before seeking help. Women over 30 have been trying for 1 year, and after 35 years, if she is trying for more than 6 months without a result would be advised to seek help earlier.
“Today there is more childlessness or Infertility rate in women than ever before” – But why? First comes love, then comes marriage, but what about the baby in the baby carriage?
Recent studies showed that childless women are on the rise. One out of every six couples is infertile. For those born in 1946, just 9 percent had no children, whereas, for women born in 1970, this figure has risen to 17 percent. Very few women are childless by choice; the majority are by circumstances. Let us discuss today’s medical circumstances behind women’s childlessness or Infertility.