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Does Birth Control Cause Depression?

In September 2016, some researchers in Denmark published a huge study, with data from more than a million people over almost 20 years. What they found was a connection between women using hormonal birth control and taking antidepressants.

Needless to say, it’s been making waves on the Internet, as reporters blast out headlines like “The Pill Causes Depression.” But like so many things in science, and especially research on humans, it’s not really that simple.

The pill has its pros and cons, and it’s used for way more than just preventing pregnancy. Whether you’re using pills, patches, injections, or implants, hormonal birth controls all basically work the same way.

They dump some synthetic hormones into your bloodstream – mostly progestins, and sometimes estrogen. Normally, these hormones are made by the ovaries at certain times in certain amounts and help with lots of biological stuff. Estrogen regulates the menstrual cycle, for example, and progestins help bulk up the uterus to get…

Diet for Gestational Diabetes while Pregnant

Hello, friends. Now we have discussed regarding management of diabetes and its different aspects, and first, we have discussed self-monitoring of blood glucose and how you should check your sugars levels and what are the normal ranges.

Now first important thing in a management of diabetes when your being diagnosed with high blood sugars in pregnancy, first important thing doctors tell you regarding your lifestyle management.

So you should do a proper dietary management and exercise. You should follow a proper exercise pattern. So in this article, we are going to mainly focus on important tips for diet and exercise during pregnancy and which you should follow and control, which will help to control sugar levels during pregnancy.


Now let's discuss "diet for Gestational Diabetes while pregnant". First, we will discuss the dietary management. So in that, we will discuss some important tips. You should have small and frequent meals. As having small and frequent meals lead to…