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Migraine increases risk of complications during pregnancy, says study

Migraines are relatively common and affect twice as many women as men.

Assam: Muslim man defies curfew to take pregnant Hindu woman to hospital

They made it and a boy, aptly named 'Shanti', was born on Sunday when curfew was in force in Hailakandi following communal clashes just two days ago.

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Odisha: Woman gives birth in stranded train

The 30-year-old woman gave birth Monday evening in Secunderabad-Guwahati Superfast Express by which she and her husband were travelling from Vijaywada to Kishanganj, Jaleswar station master Khagendra Mandal said.

Travelling during pregnancy? Here are some tips to ensure your safety

Several airlines have specific guidelines for expectant mothers choosing to travel via flight. Some airlines permit pregnant mothers to fly till the end of 32 weeks of pregnancy.

Woman, infant escape unhurt after train passes over them in MP

The incident occurred on Saturday at Nepanagar railway station, part of Central Railway's Bhusawal division, and located in MP's Burhanpur district.

Muzaffarnagar woman gives birth on road after hospital denies admission

Yusuf said he took his wife Farzana to the government primary health centre after she experienced labour pain on Friday, but the hospital denied her admission.

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Jodhpur: Woman on delivery table, OT doctors argue, shunted out

Taking cognizance of video and news reports, the Rajasthan High Court directed that the Jodhpur metropolitan court’s chief judicial magistrate be also included in the probe panel. The court sought a report on September 4.

Denied admission in hospitals, woman delivers baby outside; probe ordered

Chairperson Women Commission Suman Sharma said, "It is strange that the hospitals' staff did not care to admit the patient. We came to know about the negligence and I talked to the state health minister and have sought an inquiry into the sensitive matter."

'Tips for pregnant women': The tedium of nine months and guiltily having to suppress the natural feelings is denying anxiety

Life in India is tough enough. At least we can count on the staggering intellectuals who have written this gem of a booklet to give us a few laughs. It’s not worth wasting newsprint rubbishing the Ayush Ministry’s laughably unscientific theories for pregnant women since you don’t need to be a doctor to gauge its ludicrousness.

Girl graduates as Mom and a hopeful bachelor in Arts

She was told that her baby's due date would coincide with her final exams of 3rd year BA.

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