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Dr. Bijal Shrivastava - Pediatrics in Mumbai

Dr. Bijal Shrivastava

MBBS, MD - Pediatrics

PediatricsPediatrics
  • Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Clinic Locations

Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital

Hill Side Avenue, Hiranandani Gardens, Hiranandani Business Park, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India,

Specialization

  • Pediatrician

Education

  • University Of Bombay - 1996 Graduated
    MBBS
  • University of Mumbai, Mumbai - 1999 Graduated
    MD - Pediatrics

Health Articles

Why Do Women Get Migraines So Much?

How are hormones related to headaches? There are some true health benefits to being a woman, but not when it comes to headaches, especially migraines. Fortunately, aid is available. People get headaches for a variety of reasons, including age and family history. But women frequently observe a connection between headaches and hormonal fluctuations. The hormones progesterone (pro-jes-tuh-rohn) and oestrogen (es-truh-jen), which are important for controlling the menstrual cycle and pregnancy, can also have an impact on the chemicals in the brain that are associated to headaches.

What Type Of Childcare Is Best For Your Toddler?

Your toddler becomes the most important part of your life. But you know that you also need to work, need to go to the office and need to do some other stuff as well. So, how can your loved one be safe when you are not around? Sometimes people do not have a ‘stay-at-home’ partner so the best options which they find is searching for a babysitter or childcare.

Dyslexia in Children and How to Help Your Kid

What Does Dyslexia mean? Dyslexia is a common condition that affects the way a person learns. People with dyslexia often have trouble reading, spelling, writing, and sometimes pronouncing words. Children with dyslexia often appear to be careless or lazy, but they are not. They are just experiencing the world differently than most people. What Causes Dyslexia? It occurs in people at all levels of intelligence, from high to low. While dyslexia can make reading difficult, most people with dyslexia are not illiterate. They may understand what they read or the content of what they write but can have problems with fluency.

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