Post Pregnancy Care
Your body has just successfully overcome the most remarkable thing it can do: create another life. Now that the pregnancy and childbirth woes are behind you, here are some tips to help you ease your mind about this new chapter with your little one. .
All you can and cannot eat during your pregnancy. Cravings are natural during pregnancy, however here are some of the food that you can have a lot of and some that you might need to avoid for a few months.
Preparing for labor
The moment that you have been waiting for is finally here and there is nothing that is going to stop it from happening; your baby will be born one way or another. Knowing what happens during labour and delivery can help relieve your anxiety.
Self care during pregnancy
Taking care of yourself is one way of caring for your baby too. Explore this page to know more about how to express self-love as you go through your pregancy journey!
For at least half of the first trimester, most women don't even realize they are pregnant. Even though it doesn't seem to make sense that we count pregnancy weeks from before conception even happens, it is the only way to estimate.The first trimester is a time of tremendous development. In this series, we will look at each of the 13 weeks in this important trimester and see that however tiny it is, vital foundations are being laid down to optimize your embryos chances of survival.
By week 12 of pregnancy, the baby is fully formed and appears more like a minute human. Its head is disproportionally large to the rest of its body and the facial features are recognizable. The second trimester is about further maturity of vital body organs and nervous system development.
By the third trimester, the baby is having regular periods of rest and activity. It frequently changes the way it is lying, kicks and moves to find its own comfortable positions in the uterus. Your baby's brain and nervous system will be fully formed by now and its lungs are continuing to mature.
Trying for a baby
Pregnancy planning begins first. Be it your diet, your lifestyle or your mental health status, here are a few checklists you can maintain.
What to expect during pregnancy
Congratulations on this new journey! We're sure that you want to be in the loop with the changes that are happening with your body and all the things about your little one growing inside your belly. Here are the things to expect and practical tips about your pregnancy.
22 Weeks Pregnant – What To Expect?
This week you may spend time coming to terms with your pregnancy and the reality of things that come along with it.
21 Weeks Pregnant – What To Expect?
This week you may find it difficult to sleep. Your tummy gets in the way or your baby tosses and turns when you are about to fall asleep.
How to have twins
The idea of having twins tends to polarize people. Some couples say they’d love the chance to parent two babies and others react in an entirely different way.
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Cramps during pregnancy
Cramps in early pregnancy are relatively common. In the majority of women light cramping is nothing to be concerned about, and tends to improve without any specific management or care. Occasionally, however, uterine cramping can be a sign of pregnancy complications, so it is always worthwhile to be checked by a health care practitioner such as your GP or maternity care provider.
How big will my baby be at the 7 week ultrasound?At around seven weeks of pregnancy, it’s reasonably common for women to have their first ultrasound.
Your antenatal care-Your birth plan
Preparing a plan for your labor and delivery in advance allows you to think through your alternatives with a clear and rational mind.
2 Weeks Pregnant – What To Expect?
It is still not time to get too excited about your pregnancy. Although being 2 weeks pregnant may sound like you are on your way, there is still some time to go before it is possible for your baby to be conceived.
Sharing the News of your Pregnancy
Congratulations! Now that your pregnancy is the real deal, it’s time to break the good news to your nearest and dearest!