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Poliomyelitis

Poliomyelytis, or polio, is a viral disease that sometimes affects the central nervous system and can lead to paralysis, usually of one leg but sometimes of the chest and abdomen and all the limbs. The polio virus spreads through water contaminated with feces containing the virus. The eradication of polio is one of the WHO’s top priorities.

Join our online group on polio. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome / Polycystic ovary disease

Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition in which a woman’s ovaries contain fluid-filled cysts (sacs) and fail to release eggs during every menstrual cycle. It is associated with infertility, hormonal problems, obesity, insulin resistance, and diabetes.

Join our online support group for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome. Ask your questions to experts and share your experiences.

Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV)

Posterior urethral valve is a congenital obstruction of the urethra in male babies. Depending upon the extent of the obstruction, the organs of the urinary tract can swell with urine and become damaged, causing renal failure. A lesser degree of obstruction can cause incontinence and frequent urinary tract infections. Usually, surgery can correct the posterior urethral valve.

Join our online support group for families of children with posterior urethral valve. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Pranic Healing

Pranic Healing is an ancient art of Energy healing that promotes overall good health and wellbeing. It is a no-touch, no-drug therapy that involves harnessing ‘Prana” or life energy to heal physical and psychological ailments. Major healthcare institutions in India have promoted Pranic healing as part of a comprehensive wellness program.

Learn more about how you can integrate Pranic healing into your health and fitness regimen by joining our online Support Group for Pranic Healing.

Pre Eclampsia / Pregnancy Induced Hypertension / Toxemia

Also known as Pregnancy Induced Hypertension or Toxemia, Pre-Eclampsia is a problem that occurs during the second half of pregnancy, in about 5pct of all pregnancies. The rapidly progressive condition is characterized by high blood pressure, swelling in the limbs or face, and protein in the urine. The high blood pressure can affect the brain, kidneys, liver, and lungs.

To learn more on the gravity of pre eclampsia, join our support group and share your concerns with other women, and gain valuable advice from doctors.

Pre-Cancerous Lesions

Precancerous lesions are changes in the appearance of skin that are at risk for turning cancerous. Any discolored area of skin that does not heal for more than 2 weeks and has no other known cause can be a precancerous lesion.

Learn more about pre-cancerous lesions by joining our online group. Ask questions, get answers from experts, and share experiences.

Pregnancy

Congratulations! Pregnancy can be a wonderful period in every woman’s life; it brings joy and heightens anticipation in every household. Yet, the intricacies of the process are often also matters of concern for many.

Sign up for Medindia’s support group today, and connect with other pregnant women – learn from their experiences and share what you know with others. And let the joy of welcoming a child spread!

Pregnancy - Exercises and Massages

Exercises and massage during pregnancy help a woman feel better and also have an easier delivery, and it’s important for a pregnant woman to be physically active both for her and her baby’s health. Most everyday activities are good for pregnant women, but stop immediately if you have pain and check with your gynecologist.

Join our online group on pregnancy exercises and massages. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.

Pregnancy and Antenatal Care – Do’s & Don’ts

Antenatal care for a pregnant woman should start as soon as the pregnancy is confirmed. Your first visit to the doctor will include a general evaluation of your health and checking for conditions that can affect you and your baby. Later, going to the doctor regularly will help keep both of you healthy and have a safe delivery.

Join our online group on antenatal care for pregnant women. Ask your questions to experts and share your experiences.

Pregnancy and Complications / Complications of Pregnancy

Many complications are possible during pregnancy. Sometimes the embryo begins to develop outside the uterus, or it’s exposed to substances that cause birth defects. Or the mother develops diabetes or high blood pressure. Every pregnant woman should be under the care of a competent doctor to avoid complications and so she and her baby stay healthy.

Join our online group on pregnancy complications. Ask your questions to experts, share your experiences, and learn more.




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