Pregnancy

7 Things that can Worsen Your Labor Pain

on January 21, 2019
7 Things that can Worsen Your Labor Pain

Things that can make your labor pain worse are a stressful environment, fear, lying on your back, being unaware of any natural pain relief options, not having a doula, dehydration and induction or augmentation with artificial oxytocin. I know a lot of woman who consider pharmaceutical pain relief options while discussing their preferences for the birth. […]

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7 Wonder Foods that can Enhance Baby’s Weight During Pregnancy

on January 21, 2019
7 Wonder Foods that can Enhance Baby’s Weight During Pregnancy

Effective foods to help fetus gain weight are eggs, dairy products, legumes, whole grains, nuts and fruits,  leafy veggies and fish. “One thing that I was always sceptical about throughout my pregnancy was food. Though my doctors had provided me an elaborate diet chart but being a first-time mother, my scepticism never died. That is […]

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How to Pass Glucose Tolerance Test During Pregnancy?

on January 17, 2019
How to Pass Glucose Tolerance Test During Pregnancy?

For anyone involved in the process of pregnancy, from couples to single mothers, it can be a long and difficult road. Starting from conception to delivery, the journey is dominated by biological phenomenon. There are doctors and medical tests aplenty that one must go through, and all this is with good reason. Birthing a child […]

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Caffeine and Pregnancy: Benefits, Side Effects and Risk

on January 17, 2019
Caffeine and Pregnancy: Benefits, Side Effects and Risk

An expecting mother faces a lot of dos and don’ts when it comes to food and drinks. She has to change her lifestyle and diet for the betterment of her baby. Keeping this in mind, coffee lovers would be wondering if coffee is safe to consume during pregnancy. Can you drink coffee during the first trimester of pregnancy? If […]

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How Many Weeks is a Full Term Pregnancy?

on January 16, 2019
How Many Weeks is a Full Term Pregnancy?

Eat healthy and real food , use bathroom when you have to , do not skip meals and smell check are some of the tips to achieve full term pregnancy. Being pregnant for nine months is quite a task with all the cravings and frequent bathroom trips, also the fatigue. It was previously believed that babies born between […]

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Is Diarrhea a Sign of Early Pregnancy ?

on January 16, 2019
Is Diarrhea a Sign of Early Pregnancy ?

We may look for every single change that may take place in our body to see if that may be a sign of pregnancy. Diarrhea is one amongst those changes that may take place in your body during early pregnancy. There has been a number of links that have been associated between diarrhea and pregnancy. […]

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11 Effective Tips to Ensure Comfortable Sleep During the Third Trimester

on January 16, 2019
11 Effective Tips to Ensure Comfortable Sleep During the Third Trimester

Reclined position, relax on your pillow, using a pillow, exercise, cramps at night, light food at night, clothing, limit drinking, keep room temperature cool, try to have positive thoughts and apply oil on legs and back are some of the important tips for third trimester sleep. To become a mother is not easy you have to […]

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Is 3D Ultrasound Safe? Things to Know About 3D Ultrasound

on January 11, 2019
Is 3D Ultrasound Safe? Things to Know About 3D Ultrasound

3d ultrasound is a medical ultrasound technique, often used in foetal, cardiac, trans-rectal and intra-vascular applications. 3d ultrasound refers specifically to the volume rendering of ultrasound data and is also referred to as 4d when it usually includes a series of 3d volumes collected over time. Usually, an ultrasound is done in order to detect […]

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Pelvic Ultrasound: Everything You Need to Know

on January 11, 2019
Pelvic Ultrasound: Everything You Need to Know

A pelvic ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic exam that produces images that are used to assess organs and structures within the female pelvis. A pelvic ultrasound allows quick visualization of the female pelvic organs and structures including the uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Ultrasound uses a transducer that sends out ultrasound waves at […]

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11 Common Symptoms of Stroke During and after Pregnancy

on January 10, 2019
11 Common Symptoms of Stroke During and after Pregnancy

Neurological deficits, headache, seizures, blurry vision, dizziness, lethargy, difficulty in breathing, numbness, general weakness, hallucinations and irritability are some of the common symptoms of stroke during and after pregnancy. The symptoms of a stroke during or after pregnancy are somewhat similar to the symptoms of any other stroke. Although, there are still a number of […]

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