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September 25, 2019
Dr Saj Rathnayake Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
What is Pre-Eclampsia in pregnancy?
Pre-eclampsia is a condition that affects some pregnant women usually during the second half of pregnancy (from around 20 weeks) or immediately after birth of their baby.
Women with pre-eclampsia have the following symptoms:
October 23, 2018
"My best friend is also pregnant and due a month before me. This is her second baby and she is having a VBAC this time round,
What is a VBAC & what does this mean?"
What is a VBAC
Women who’ve had caesarean births are usually physically able to try vaginal birth next time...
October 15, 2018
A positive birthing experience is integral to the mother and baby’s well-being.
A major factor that can influence the mother’s perception of a positive experience is how supported she feels throughout childbirth.
Sometimes a mother may not feel well supported because t...
September 26, 2018
Whilst you are glowing on the outside you may not be feeling so great on the inside,
fortunately some simple changes can often relieve your symptoms.
Always contact you treating Obstetrician or treating doctor if you have any concerns about these or any other health pro...
August 28, 2018
Heavy menstrual bleeding is considered
'excessive menstrual bleeding which interferes with a women’s
physical, social, emotional and/or material quality of life '
It is estimated to effect 20 > 50% of menstruating women in Australia.
A common cause of Heavy Menstrual...
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