If you are trying to conceive, preparing your body is essential. Pregnancy will cause some physical changes to your body which include weight gain, mood swings, morning sickness, hormonal imbalance, and more. Therefore, it is essential to follow some lifestyle changes for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth.
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While summer is a great time to enjoy pool parties, beach vacations, hiking, and camping, it can pose more risks for pregnant women. Generally, a pregnant woman’s body temperature is higher than usual, making them susceptible to heat-related illnesses. The added summer heat can cause complications such as heat exhaustion, dehydration, mood swings, etc. Being aware of summer pregnancy risks will help you stay prepared both physically and mentally.
Pregnancy is not just the beginning of a new stage in a woman’s life, but also one of the most memorable and exciting experiences. Generally, women undergo a lot of physical changes throughout their pregnancy, including weight gain. However, gaining too much weight can lead to complications like premature birth, obesity during childhood, and C-section delivery. Exercising and staying fit is essential for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth.
The Rhesus protein, or the Rh factor, is one of the important characteristics of blood cells and is also known as the D antigen. It specifies whether the blood of two people is compatible when mixed. Rh incompatibilities between a mother and her baby can lead to complications during pregnancy if not treated properly.
Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful experiences for a woman. Nurturing and taking care of a life growing inside you is truly extraordinary. As time goes by and when the last few days of pregnancy are near, the excitement level is high.
At about 40 weeks, a pregnancy is at full-term. If a baby is born before 37 weeks of...Continue reading
If you are trying to conceive or are already pregnant, it is very important to monitor your weight. This is not only crucial for a healthy pregnancy, but also for you and your baby’s long term health.
It is imperative that you discuss your weight concerns with your gynecologist before you get pregnant, and start your...Continue reading
Mostly, women have a good understanding of what they should and should not do during pregnancy, including eating a healthy diet, quitting drinking and smoking, and taking prenatal vitamins. However, if you have decided to conceive, preparation is important. Preconception planning will help increase your chances of a healthy...Continue reading
With the coronavirus rapidly impacting the world, pregnant women might have concerns for themselves and their babies about the care and advice they should follow. However, being informed about the current situation and preparedness to fight coronavirus are the best ways to stay safe and healthy.
With the coronavirus...Continue reading