Samples "Pregnancy"


Ethics Regarding Assisted Reproduction

Egg donation is an important reproductive issue which raises many questions which impact decision-making and basic medical ethics. There are ethical implications related to egg donation which may be based upon financial implications, thereby creating an environment in which this practice becomes big business rather than a means of enabling...

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Teenage Pregnancy Media Materials

The Children's Defense Fund's media materials advocating against teenage pregnancy all rely on a fear of pregnancy to deliver their message in ways that teens might relate with. One refers to motherhood as being grounded, another implies that guys will run away from women who are pregnant (with the implication...

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Pregnancy and Gestational Diabetes

An article by Karamali et al. (2015) addresses the significance of Calcium and Vitamin D consumption and their impact on pregnancy in women with gestational diabetes using a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial method. It is believed that up to 14 percent of pregnancies involve a diagnosis of gestational diabetes mellitus...

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Why do Pregnant Women Drink, Smoke and Do Drugs?

Some of the women who have some addictions in their daily lives tend to suffer from the fact that they have to change their habits in the course of pregnancy. For many, it becomes an obstacle, as they constantly have to fight with themselves. This is why they would continuously...

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Does The Supplementation Decrease The Risk Of Preeclampsia In Pregnant Women?

Background Preeclampsia is a pregnancy disorder that is associated with negative outcomes for both mother and baby. It is a precursor to eclampsia, which causes seizures (Garg et al., 2015), and is associated with high blood pressure and large amounts of protein in the urine (Ghulmiyyah & Sibai, 2012). Rates...

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Common Screening Tests During Pregnancy

Throughout pregnancy, tests are performed to assess the health of the mother and that of the growing child. These protocols may differ according to the medical facility or when certain risk factors are present with the mother or the family history of the parents. The health of the mother is...

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Lil Put Teen Pregnancy Group

What is postpartum depression? For some women, the feelings of sadness or exhaustion run deeper and last longer than baby blues. The symptoms of postpartum depression are triggered by childbirth and consist of feelings of being overwhelmed, prolonged sadness, anxiety, mood swings, and in severe cases, thoughts of harming oneself...

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