Dr. Madhavi Majety is a Pediatrician and Neonatologist in Vinchipeta, Vijayawada and has an experience of 27 years in these fields. Dr. Madhavi Majety practices at Anurag Hospital for Children in Vinchipeta, Vijayawada. She completed MBBS from Andrapradesh University in 1984,MD - Pediatrics from Guntur Medical College, Guntur in 1989 and DNB - Paediatrics from National Borad of Examinations Ministry of Health Government of India in 2011.
Anurag Hospital for Children
11-25-15, K T Road, One town Kothapet, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Andrapradesh University - 1984 Graduated
Guntur Medical College, Guntur - 1989 Graduated
MD - Pediatrics
National Borad of Examinations Ministry of Health Government of India - 2011 Graduated
DNB - Paediatrics
Royal College of England, UK, 2012 - 2012 Graduated
Member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH, London, Glasgow or Edinburgh)
Depression in Children: What are the age and Effects?
Can your child really get depressed?
Many toddlers have fears and worries and concede the possibility of feeling dismal and pessimistic now and then. Strong fears grant permission to perform at various periods all the while happening. For example, toddlers are frequently very upset about being out of their persons, even though they are cautious and cared for. Although few fears and worries are conventional in juveniles, determined or extreme forms of fear and unhappiness may be on account of worry or despair.
Ways to Make Diabetes and Pregnancy More Manageable
Diabetes during pregnancy has been on the rise in the United States, paralleling the global obesity pandemic. Not only is the frequency of type 1 and type 2 diabetes rising among women of reproductive age, but there has also been a significant rise in the reported rates of gestational diabetes mellitus. Diabetes increases maternal and fetal risk, which is mostly related to the degree of hyperglycemia but also to chronic consequences and comorbidities of diabetes. Specific dangers of diabetes in pregnancy include, among other things, spontaneous abortion, fetal abnormalities, preeclampsia, fetal death, macrosomia, newborn hypoglycemia, hyperbilirubinemia, and neonatal respiratory distress syndrome.
Now when you have brought your baby home, you are a new mother too. This is generally a time of joy and pleasure with your little one. Many new mothers, especially during this time after their childbirth are worried about intercourse just after childbirth. For those who have already given birth to their babies, it is necessary for them to know whether they should have sex just after having a baby, what they should do, what they should avoid, and most importantly when is the actual time to perform intercourse just after a mother has given birth to her baby.