Pregnancy is a common condition that women go through while carrying a child and lasts around 9 months. Women can experience different types of discomforts and pains during pregnancy and they need not be common all pregnant women either. Some of the common ones include feeling tired and nausea and vomiting, especially over the initial stages of Pregnancy.
HOW IS PREGNANCY DIAGNOSED?
A Gynecologist/General Physician diagnoses Pregnancy by performing a pregnancy test and physical examination. Often, Pregnancy is diagnosed by measuring human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) levels in the body.
HOW IS PREGNANCY TREATED?
A routine check up with a gynecologist is required for a healthy pregnancy and childbirth. Depending on the growth of the fetus and various medical conditions of the pregnant woman certain precautionary medications can be prescribed.
DID YOU KNOW?
That pregnancy is generally divided into three trimesters of about 10-12 weeks each?