Saturday, 15 February 2014 13:39

On September 29th 2012 in Tbilisi, Hotel “Courtyard Marriot” first international conference was conducted by the association

For doctors
Saturday, 15 February 2014 13:38

This publication is dedicated to issues outlined below:

1.Care  after ectopic pregnancy

2. Post abortion care  3.  Main branches of perinatal psychology. After urgent gynecological help, healing process has to start with psychological rehabilitation, therefore it is important to understand main branches of prenatal psychology.

Prenatal psychology, is a branch of psychology, concerned with mental health of a newborn baby. This is a science, which studies the first phase of human development, which consists of three parts: Prenatal, Perinatal and Neonatal developmental stages and their effect on a person’s life.

Several ways of improving demographic data
Saturday, 15 February 2014 13:37

On 3rd of March 2013, on mother’s day, marks the establishment of Georgia’s demographic fund. (Nongovernmental organization) Governmental demographic program is based on this fund. From 1st of July 2013, Government has been funding physiological pregnancy with 500L and caesarean section operation with 800L. Both the foundation of demographic fund and free pregnancy paid by the government will benefit the country. As of now, as seen by the demographic data, situation in Georgia is quit unpleasant.

Conditions necessary for growing birth-rate
Saturday, 15 February 2014 13:30

In order to decrease the chance of an illness or a decay of woman’s health it is crucial to reduce the cases of prenatal loss through rehabilitation of parents who have suffered the loss of an infant. Prenatal death is: extra-uterian pregnancy, early birth, antenatal, intranatal and postnatal infant’s death. In some countries, prenatal birth is viewed in terms of infertility, which cant be cured and death of adopted child. In practice, in Georgia and other post-Soviet countries, there is no technique or program developed to help parents suffering from loss of an infant.

Important for women at a reproductive age
Sunday, 12 January 2014 11:07

Are you pregnant?

There are symptoms, which have to be paid attention to.

1.Questionable signs: changes in taste-receptors, intensified feeling of thirst, feeling sick, throwing up, weakness, sleepiness and aggravated urination.

2. Authentic signs: inconstant, irregular menstrual flow

Proof of pregnancy can be ratified two weeks after expected menstrual flow, with biological analysis of the urine, in order to find out if a woman is pregnant. It is better to conduct an analysis by relying on urine taken in the morning. It is also possible, for women to take a pregnancy test, which is sold in shops or take the urine to the laboratory to get it checked. A better option would be to investigate the amount of HCG in blood/serum, which can help one to prove if a woman is pregnant. Pregnancy can also be checked by ultrasound in first 3-4 weeks.