Feb 23, 2023
Premature birth refers to the delivery of an infant between 28 weeks and 37 weeks of gestation. Premature infants that are born during this period account for 5 to 25 percent of total births.
Jan 17, 2023
The fallopian tubes are one of the most important components of the female reproductive system, playing the significant role of transporting sperm and fertilized eggs to the uterine cavity.
Sep 2, 2022
If the mother does not have hepatitis B, will the father transmit it to the baby? No. Babies only need to be routinely vaccinated against hepatitis B after birth.
Jul 25, 2022
The uterus after a cesarean section is what we call a scarred uterus. A cesarean scar pregnancy occurs when an embryo is implanted into the incision of a previous cesarean section.
Jun 22, 2022
Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia during pregnancy. After four months of pregnancy, iron requirements gradually increase.
Apr 15, 2022
Labor pain is a unique kind of pain that is different from pain caused by traumas or diseases. Stemming from uterine contractions, labor pain is not limited to the lower abdomen, but can also occur in the lumbosacral portion, pelvic cavity, and upper thighs.
Mar 2, 2022
The term "panda blood" is used in China to describe the Rh(D)-negative blood type. Erythrocytes in human blood form more than 40 blood group systems, with ABO and Rh being the two blood group systems that are the most closely related to human blood transfusion.
Nov 30, 2021
Vomiting during early pregnancy is usually not taken seriously because people often think it is normal for pregnant women. In fact, severe vomiting during pregnancy may affect the development of the fetus and the health of the pregnant woman, so it should indeed be taken seriously.
Sep 27, 2021
In order to standardize the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT) of AIDS, syphilis, and hepatitis B and help improve project service level and quality, the CQHCWC held a training session and key case review meeting from Sept 15 to 17.
Aug 18, 2021
Folic acid is a type of water-soluble B vitamin and is an indispensable nutrient during the embryonic development process. It can be ingested from food, but only a small amount can be stored in the human body, while the rest is excreted through urine.