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From the day people come to know about your pregnancy you will be bombarded with well meaning – but confusing and always conflicting advice from friends, family, the annoying neighbors and that complete stranger when you are in departmental store. "Hmmm, your tummy has not gotten that large,...
By Dr. John Yam Pei Yuan Obstetrician and Gynaecologist MBBS (S'pore), MRCOG (UK), MMed (O&G), FAMS (S'pore), FICS (USA) Before embarking on pregnancy, you and your partner have to be mentally & physically prepared. There will be an additional member to your family & you to be ready for this. Things to do Pregnancy can be demanding - placing a...
By Dr. Alex OoiMBBS, MMed (O&G), FRCOG, FAMS, FICS, MBAStem-cell technology and applicability is advancing rapidly and its storage is insurance, in that you hope never to need its potential, life-giving, benefits. But the practical...
By Cherie Daly, MDDirector, SLD Consulting Advisor - Parents Guide Cord Blood Foundation Scientific Board ITERA (International Tissue Engineering Research Association) When having a baby, parents are faced with many decisions from material decisions (what pram to buy, what cot to purchase, what colour to paint the room) to more serious medical decisions. One of these medical decisions...
by Dr. Francisco M. Gil-Salas PhD, MSc, B. Pharm An essential step in providing security, prenatal testing ensures that you stay informed about the status of your pregnancy. Aside from reducing anxieties and stress, it gives you peace of mind and also an expectation of what’s in store for the journey ahead, so that you are able to provide the best start for your child.The detection rates of conventional screening tests currently available vary from less than 70%...