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Pregnancy - Symptom, Treatment And Causes

What is Pregnancy?

Pregnancy is the most exciting phase of woman life and it is beyond imagination that she is carrying a baby inside her womb. The first and important sign of pregnancy is missed periods . When a woman misses a period, then pregnancy tests can be conducted to confirm whether the women is pregnant.

What changes you face in First Trimester :

Although many women prepare themselves for the pregnancy, they are unaware of the changes that will happen in the body as the pregnancy causes. They should be prepared for these bodily changes and be sure to contact the doctor in case of any discomfort due to the symptoms.

Each woman experiences pregnancy differently. The first trimester is a period of health and vitality, for others, it is extremely difficult . Spotting or bleeding may be seen in the first trimester. Bleeding may happen when the fertilised egg gets embedded in the uterine walls causing a minor bleeding. If bleeding is accompanied by sharp pain or cramps then it can be a sign of miscarriage. Breast tenderness, discharge, fatigue, heartburn, vomiting, food cravings, mood swings, and constipation may be other signs in the first trimester of pregnancy. Some women experience high levels of vomiting called Hyperemesis gravidarum and is a serious condition as the pregnant woman may lose fluids and minerals due to vomiting.

What changes you face in Second Trimester :

The second trimester is a honeymoon phase when the extreme symptoms in the first trimester subside and the woman gets more relaxed. In this trimester the organs of the baby are fully formed and growth of the baby starts . Women can feel the baby kick in their womb. Women in the trimester may experience a backache due to the increase in weight of the fetus, bleeding gums due to changes in hormones, breast enlargement as the breast gets ready to feed the baby, bleeding nose and congestion may be caused due to hormone changes. Vaginal discharge is common during this stage and should be treated by a doctor if the discharge is green or foul smelling. Frequent urination and headaches may be common in women in the second trimester.

What changes you face in Second Trimester :

With the approach of the third trimester, a pregnant woman is well aware of the approaching delivery. In this period, the sudden cramps develop, these are called Braxton Hicks. The cramps are a signal of the uterus getting ready for delivery. Women get heavier and become tired of being pregnant. Many changes that are seen in the second trimester gets carried over to the third trimester of pregnancy.

The end of the third trimester is delivery and women should eat well and be prepared for the delivery with proper exercise. Good thoughts about delivery can overcome the anxiety of the pain and fear of delivery.

Treatable by medical professional Usually self diagnosable Lab test sometimes required Short-term: resolves within days to weeks Non communicable
Aversion to food Bloating Sore breasts Nausea Mood swings

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All You Need To Know About The IVF Procedure!

MD / MS - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
IVF Specialist, Delhi
All You Need To Know About The IVF Procedure!

IVF is a useful process for people who want to become parents but have exhausted all other means of being so. However, the in-vitro fertilization method is definitely not suitable for everyone. Here are some facts you need to know about the procedure and they will help you determine whether you are suited for the program or not.

1. IVF Takes Time
Even though most clinics may not tell you this, but the IVF procedure takes a bit of time to deliver the desired results. On an average, the treatment can take anywhere between four weeks to a couple of months to produce results, depending on the patient’s ability to respond to the medicines used. The procedure involves artificially stopping the menstrual cycle of the woman. Next, the ovulation process is stimulated so that the healthy egg can be extracted from the womb. The eggs chosen are then fertilized and left to undergo embryo culture for another six days. After this, the eggs are implanted back into the mother’s body.

2. The process Can Be Stressful
IVF treatment and pregnancy can be quite a stressful period of time for the parents in question. The mother needs to be constantly monitored to check for any abnormal response to the pregnancy. Regular checkups by the doctor along with blood tests may also be suggested. However, this stress has very little chance of affecting the quality of the pregnancy. So, do not worry that overstressing yourself will lead to complications for the embryo.

3. More Than One Cycle Needed For Pregnancy
IVF treatment occurs in cycles. Each cycle involves transplanting a fertilized egg into the womb. However, pregnancy, right after completion of the first cycle, is quite rare. In fact, almost all patients need to undergo several similar cycles in order to get pregnant. So, do not be disheartened if you do not get pregnant after undergoing the very first cycle of IVF treatment.

4. IVF Is Costly
Not everyone is able to afford the high cost of IVF. Others may be able to afford the cost of undergoing a couple of cycles of the same, after which the high costs can become a burden. Only a select few can bear to carry on with the treatment until the pregnancy arises. So, consider your financial condition prior to signing on for such a treatment option.

At any rate, consult with an expert to get an even better idea about the IVF procedure and the consequent pregnancy.

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Ectopic Pregnancy - Things You Must Be Aware About!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Noida
Ectopic Pregnancy - Things You Must Be Aware About!

In ordinary pregnancy, the egg released from the ovary becomes fertilized when it meets the sperm and travels through the fallopian tubes to the uterus where it grows in the following nine months. In an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilized egg never makes it to the uterus instead it stays in one of the fallopian tubes; this is also known as tubal pregnancy. In very rare cases, the egg also attaches itself to one of the two ovaries making your pregnancy difficult and putting your health in danger.

Treatments: Ectopic pregnancy is usually ended if it is detected at an early stage to prevent rupture and extreme blood loss. There are both medications and surgical options depending upon the stage of detection.

Medication: Methotrexate is a potent drug used to end ectopic pregnancy but it has several side effects like vomiting, stomachache, drowsiness and nausea. It requires several hormone and blood tests to determine its effects on the pregnancy. This medication will work only when your hormone levels during your pregnancy are low and the embryo does not have any heart activity.

SurgerySurgical treatment of ectopic pregnancy is needed when the symptoms have become more rampant like increased hCG levels and excessive bleeding. At this stage, any kind of medication won't work and the possibility of a rupture becomes more prominent as time progresses. In such cases, Laparoscopic surgery is done, which requires a small incision and is safe and effective. If the patient happens to experience rupture, immediate emergency surgery is required.

Ectopic pregnancy tends to take care of itself by miscarriage, which is called expectant management. Medication is the first choice of treatment, it is usually very effective and surgery is used to treat severe cases when one becomes unresponsive to medications. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Frozen Embryo Transfer - Complications Associated With It!

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
IVF Specialist, Udaipur
Frozen Embryo Transfer - Complications Associated With It!

Frozen Embryo Transfer or FET is an extremely effective method to conceive a pregnancy. Recent studies have proved that there is a increased chance for pregnancy when the embryos, which get used are frozen and get placed inside the uterus at a time right after the ovaries are stimulated. Still, certain issues can arise with the transfer of frozen embryo, such as:

A Thin Lining of the Uterus
Research has shown that there are not many women who get pregnant if the lining in their uterine does not tend to thicken enough. It is not clear exactly why this problem occurs in most women and moreover there is no sure shot treatment to make the lining of the uterine thick. The experts on fertility would try out different methods like increasing the amount of estrogen or change the way how estrogen is given. There are other instances when women might be given supplemental medicines, while for some, the problem will continue to exist.

What Should Be Done In Case The Problem Persists?

  • In case the problem continues for some women, then there are certain approaches which experts might look to adopt. The first one is to cancel the transfer of embryo and try once again at any later stage, that too with a different treatment method.
  • The second option which they could think of is to go ahead with the transfer, wherein they might feel that a thin lining does not necessarily mean that it is impossible for a woman to get pregnant but definitely the efficiency would be reduced.
  • One last option is to make use of the opportunity for undergoing additional tests which would help them to assess the ability of the uterus to allow implantation of the embryos.

Unexpected Ovulation
For enabling the embryos to get implanted into uterus, placing them very precisely and at the appropriate time is important. This is regarded as the window of implantation. The time taken, is based on the time frame since progesterone reaches the lining of the uterine.

Doctor knows the exact time to place the embryos, right from the time he or she instructs a woman to start having progesterone supplements. In case a woman was to ovulate, the production of progesterone would begin earlier than the normal time and would lead to the shift of the window of implantation. As identifying the correct time of ovulation is almost impossible, so that would lead to some sort of uncertainty into the timing.

Due to this reason, there are doctors who would use medication in order to prevent unexpected ovulation from occurring. Generally an injection called Lupron is usually used as medication.

Timing for the Embryo Transfer is Inappropriate
This is a problem related to early ovulation. There are case when the implantation window is shifted, still the timing of the transfer becomes accurate. Recent studies have shown that quite a nominal percentage of women might have a window of implantation, which could be either earlier or later than normal time. A test called the Endometrial Receptivity Array can help determine at what time is the window of implantation open. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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First Trimester Screening - Why Is It Necessary?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Allahabad
First Trimester Screening - Why Is It Necessary?

A healthy pregnancy is one where the mother and the child both enjoys good physical and mental health. While all parents wish their child to be in the pink of health, incidences of birth-defects are on the rise. This makes the screening tests, especially during the first trimester, very important. These tests play a significant role in determining the well-being of a pregnant woman and also in the diagnosis of any abnormalities, especially chromosomal or genetic aberrations that can give rise to a host of problems including Trisomy 18 or Down Syndrome in the baby. In this article, we will discuss some of the first-trimester screening tests and their significance.

The screening tests involve a series of blood tests (maternal blood) and ultrasound scans to monitor the movement and development of the fetus.

  1. Maternal blood tests: The proteins PAPP-A (pregnancy-associated plasma protein A) and Free ß-HCG (free-beta human chorionic gonadotropin protein) are produced during the early stages of pregnancy by the placenta. These proteins play a pivotal role in ensuring the well being of the fetus and should ideally be present in a slightly elevated level. A maternal blood test showing a low concentration of PAPP-A and free ß-HCG is often indicative of chromosomal abnormalities or genetic defects in the baby.
  2. Nuchal translucency screening test: A characteristic symptom of Down Syndrome is an increased thickness, especially at the back of the neck. In Nuchal translucency screening (during the first trimester), an ultrasound of the back of the fetal neck is done to check its thickness and also to look for any unwanted accumulation of fluids, both of which contributes significantly in the diagnosis of Down Syndrome.
  3. In some incidences, there may be a combined first-trimester screening (an amalgamation of Nuchal translucency screening and maternal blood tests). The probability of the baby suffering from the chromosomal aberrations such as Down Syndrome, Trisomy 13, can be more precisely determined by the combined screening.

In case the individual or the combined screening tests indicate some abnormalities, few other tests may be carried out such as

  1. Amniocentesis: The test involves collecting a sample of the amniotic fluid (the fluid present inside the amniotic sac and acts as a protective shield for the fetus ensuring healthy fetal development) and examining the cells present in it for chromosomal defects (number as well as structure). Amniocentesis is normally carried out between the 15th-20th week of pregnancy.
  2. Chorionic Villus Sampling: Like Amniocentesis, Chorionic Villus Sampling is also a prenatal diagnostic test that plays an instrumental role in the evaluation of the fetal karyotype that goes a long way in the diagnosis of chromosomal and genetic disorders.

Benefits of First-trimester Screening
The screening tests during the first-trimester comes as a blessing, especially under the following situations

  1. Either of the partners is a carrier of the Down-syndrome (or similar genetic disorder) gene.
  2. You already have a child with a genetic or chromosomal disorder.
  3. Women having a late pregnancy (35 years or more).
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Sex During Pregnancy - Visit A Sexologist And Know All!

Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sex During Pregnancy - Visit A Sexologist And Know All!

Sexology, by definition, refers to a scientific study of human sexuality to include sexual functions, interests, and behaviors. A clinical sexologist deals with the treatment of sexual and relationship issues. It covers all aspects to include biological, psychological, sociological, and historical information. A sexologist is more commonly known as a sex therapist. With sex life slowing down with pregnancy, there are many questions that people have. Read on to know some of these and their brief answers.

Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy?
– A healthy sex life through pregnancy is encouraged, to keep the relationship healthy and happy. In many cases, not having an active sex life can be a cause of rifts.

We were not aware about the pregnancy, so we continued with normal sex life, is that okay?
– It is perfectly okay, as sex is considered safe throughout pregnancy until the water breaks. Of course, the physical comfort of the woman should be taken into account, else there is no harm to an active sex life. With increased levels of estrogens and progesterone in the blood, the woman wants to have more sex but is often scared.

What positions are better during pregnancy?
- Any position which does not add pressure on the belly. Spooning, woman on top, and other positions which the couple finds comfortable can be used without any harm.

Till what stage of pregnancy can we have sex?
- From a medical point of view, sex is allowed until the water breaks. However, the physical comfort of the woman should be taken into account. Not adding pressure on the belly is advisable.

Do uterine or gynecologic problems would mean a complete no-no to sex?
- If you have a normal pregnancy, then there are no medical limitations to an active sex life. However, if the pregnancy has complications, then you should be extra-cautious. For instance, a placenta previa where the placenta has slid down. Secondly, cervical insufficiency, expected premature labor, abdominal pains, dilated cervix, unexplained vaginal bleeding, and ruptured waters are conditions where sex is absolutely not allowed. There could also be where the male is having urinary infections.

What are some things to keep in mind when it comes to sex during pregnancy?
- It is completely normal to feel a strong urge to have sex during pregnancy. The increased hormone levels are responsible for this. In addition, some vaginal bleeding is also normal with sex. There is no harm to the baby with sex, which is fully protected in the womb. Be frank to discuss any concerns with your doctor and get your doubts clarified.

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Popular Questions & Answers

Neena missed her period and her last period was in 31 July she was tested positive in pregnancy test today on15 September please help with medical abortion since she can't proceed with this child at this situation.

MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Medical abortion can be done upto 7 weeks of pregnancy. According to her dates she is 7 weeks pregnant. If she does not wish to continue the pregnancy she should immediately consult a gynaecologist in person ,after getting her ultrasound done, doctor will decide wether medical or surgical abortion to be done.
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I was making out with my girlfriend and I cum in my shorts and after 10 minutes, in the heat of the moment I put my penis inside her but I did not cum there, she was on the last day of her periods, will she become pregnant?

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hi! Since she was on the last of her periods, she cannot get pregnant because intercourse during periods will not cause a pregnancy.

For a couple of weeks now I have been getting nauseous and vomiting every night. Could this be a sign of pregnancy? Recently before that I had unprotected sex. I missed my period but spotted.

Diploma In Postpartum Depression, Formerly , House Job , Gynecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Hello lybrate-user! What was your last menstrual period dates. Also if you spotted and did not have a proper period flow, chances are that you may be pregnant. Do a test.

Table of Content

What is Pregnancy?

What changes you face in First Trimester :

What changes you face in Second Trimester :

What changes you face in Second Trimester :

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Your Baby's Movements In Pregnancy
Hello Friends!

I am Dr. Nidhi Aggarwal, a consultant obstetrician, and gynecologist. In simple words, taking care of the mother, baby, and the womb. Today I will be discussing, rather I would say but a very important topic that is about the fetal movements. Maternal perception of fetal movement is one of the first sign of fetal life. It is regarded as a manifestation of fetal well-being. Movements are first perceived by the mother. And those who are carrying 2nd or 3rd pregnancy, they can even perceive it as early as 16 weeks of pregnancy i.e around completing their 4th month. Now ladies start perceiving fetal movements, she may describe it as a flattered, some describe it as a kick, and gradually they acquire a regular pattern, the mother becomes well acquainted with it. She becomes comfortable with it and becomes aware of it. Now what is to more focus on today, is the awareness. The awareness of fetal movements.

What is it to have the right amount of fetal movements? Now there are no fix numbers because babies keep moving or rolling, cross body movements are there. Sometimes the mother perceives and sometimes they miss. Now what we have observed is the mother is more aware of the fetal movement when they are in lying down position and little less aware when they are sitting. And sometimes totally oblivious when they are walking or working. Sometimes we ask the patient, are you feeling fetal movements, she might say no, I have not noticed. So, what you have to do especially when you complete your 6 months of pregnancy, enter the 7 months, after that, you have to be really aware.

I am not trying to create a anxiety but you have to be aware. If you do not notice the movements, you should lie down, preferably in left lateral position and keep one palm on your abdomen and just concentrate on the movements. Most lightly you will feel good movements. Why I am focusing on this thing because reduced and absent fetal movements can be a warning sign of impending fetal death. Now that is something we never want. So, reduces and absent fetal movements are to be taken very seriously by the patient and by the doctor. Why are movements important because they indicate that the baby is doing well. Now sometimes these movements are actually normal that's when the baby is sleeping. Baby sleep for 20-40 minutes at one go and these may be repeated even 7 times during a day sometimes during the night. But in a normal healthy fetus, sleep cycle will not exceed 90 minutes.

So, if you are not feeling any single fetal movement even after concentrating for 90 minutes, it is the time to see a doctor and this should not be postponed to the next day because then the results may differ. And we don't want that result. Now, what your doctor will do. First, he will use a stethoscope to look for the baby's heartbeat, then a doctor can use a doppler. Electric fetal heart monitoring and a doctor will note minute to the minute fetal heartbeat. In case, there is still a doubt, we will go for an ultrasound. Some patients are at a little high risk if the baby's growth is a little restricted and not growing well. In such cases, if you have a reduced movement or if you have high BP, in these cases you have to more alert. If we have told you that these are high-risk condition, you should see a doctor immediately. So, to conclude, I would stress upon the maternal well-being that the perception of the fetal movements which will ensure the fetal well-being in case, the mother is not sure about the fetal movements.

She should first take rest. Give herself 2 hours. Look for discrete fetal kicks. If still, she is unsure, contact the doctor and get a CTG, ultrasound. Find out where is the problem. In more than 70% of cases, this may occur in once in pregnancy and it may not affect the outcome. But we have to screen so that we could get that 30% where we need t to intervene early and make a difference and give a healthy baby to our smiley mother. Thank you very much for your time and your attention. You can meet me at Mahesh Hospital, Parparganj Area. You can also consult me online through Lybrate or you can fix your appointment through Lybrate app and very easy to use.

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Diabetes During Pregnancy

I am Dr Nikhil D Datar I am a senior gynaecologist practicing in the area of Mumbai, I practice mainly in westerns aboves of Mumbai. I am attach to Cloudnine hospital, Lifewave hospital and Yashoda Hospital situated in the area of Malad and Goregaon.

Today I am going to speak to you about a very burning issue that is diabetes and blood pressure that occurs during pregnancy. Many of times these are the problems that are not detected by the people because usually patients do not have any great suffering or any great symptoms. So it is very important that you go to your doctor on regular basis and get yourself check mainly for the blood pressure as well as for the sugar level during pregnancy. These are two problems which if detected in time they can be treated very-very well and you get a very successful outcome, so you can definitely be a healthy mother and give a birth to a healthy baby. However, if it all these things are not taken care of then it can really be a dangerous thing. Both these problems occur because of the fact that you are pregnant, so it means that unless and until the delivery takes place these problems are not going to go away. Both blood pressure and diabetes can have significant side effects on the mother's health as well as on the baby s health. So it is very important that the obstetrician that you are going to on both hands checks on the mother's health as well as the baby s health and keeps that balance between these two situations. Senior obstetrician were well experienced can take care of such kind of problems very-very well and as an what I told you that early detection, quick and immediate treatment, regular kind of follow-up, diet, exercise and medical management frequent and regular monitoring can give you a brilliant outcome and you will have a very-very successful pregnancy and healthy baby at the end of the pregnancy.

I wish you all a good luck and of course Lybrate platform is there on which you can take an appointment for me or you can also do an online consultation or chatting with me. Thank you.
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5 Essential Steps to a Healthy Pregnancy
Hello friend,

Mai Dr. Ekta Singh gynecologist in Noida.

Aaj hum kuch aap se share karte hain kuch discuss karte hain abou obs and gynae.

Toh aaj hum jo topic choose karte hain that is pregnancy mein hum care kaise kare, pregnancy hamari life ka ek bahut precious event hota hai aur usme ek family ko ya us lady ko apni care kaise karni chahiye jisse ki hum ek bahut acchi, apne baby ko janam de paye that is very important. So agar first hum care ki baat kare toh shayad aap kahoge medical care jab bhi aap pregnant hote hain aap apne gynae ke paas jate hain, toh aap jante ho pregnancy is a natural process toh doctor ka kaam kya hota hai. Jab bhi aap pregnant hote hain aap apne gynae ke paas jate hain toh woh aapko supervise karti hai aapki pregnancy ko, woh dekhti hai ki kahi koi abnormality uss normal process mein develop to nahi ho rahi hai ya aisa koi indication to nahi mil raha hai jo develop ho sakta hai abnormality, toh usko treat karne ki ya prevent karne ki koshish karti hai, yeh woh different test examination dwara karte hain. Aur Ideally agar aap apni pregnancy se pehle hi preconception time mein miliye apne doctor say toh zayda behter hota hai. Second care ki baat karenge toh shayad aap sabhi jante hain aur aap bolenge hi ki nutrition, diet and nutrition kaise lena chahiye pregnancy mein, yeh bhi bahut hi jyada important hai kyunki hamara baby jaisa nutrition hum le rahe hain ek pregnant lady uss pe depend karta hai uss bachche ka growth, toh aap ki diet mein, diet ki baat kare toh jaise aap jante honge calcium rich diet hamare bache ki bones banani hai hamara baccha develop ho raha hai uski bones banani hai toh aap calcium rich diet chahte hain ki aap ki pregnant lady lene chahiye. Toh jaise dairy products aap jante ho calcium milta hai hame doodh, dahi, bahut acche se milta hai usko zaroor shamil kare lagbhag aadhe se ek kilo kam se kam aap doodh lein, paneer ke roop mein lena bhi theek hai but usme jo aapka bhi nikal jata hai that is not very good. So iske alawa iron rich diet aapke bachche ka blood banana hai, iske liye iron chahiye hota hai aapke mein blood adhik banne ki jarurat hai pregnant lady ko. Toh iron rich diet le sakte hain, green leafy vegetables hoti hai and aap jante ho beetroot mein kafi iron hota hai chukandar hai that is beetroot, dates hain dates thodi amount mein thodi amount mein aap kishmish raisins le sakte ho, chini avoid kare uski jagah thodi ek, do kishmish le toh jyada behtar hai. High protein diet aapke baby ka muscles banana hai aapke muscles ko strong hona hai toh protein is very important, protein aap ko milta hai daaloo main ya dudh mein bhi bahut accha protein hota hai aap wo le. Diet ke saath hi, nutrition ke saath hi hum baat kare to water intake is very important. Water intake kitna, le kab le, kaisa le or kab pani na le that all are very important. Toh hamme pregnancy mein jyada amount mein pani lena, gunguna pani is always good in summers also, in winters also and khana ke turant baad aap pan na le, khane se ek ghanta pehle ek ghanta baad mein, bahut choti choti baatein hoti hai lekin aap ki pregnancy ko healthy karne mein ye bahut important role play karte hain. Then hum aate hain third care kya samajhte hain aapka kya hoti hai 3rd care, toh exercise ya activity, physical activity ke aaj se lagbhag dus saal ya panch pehle hum baat hi nahi karte thay pregnancy ke dauran kyunki uss samay aap apni mother ki baat kare jab aap pait mein honge toh ghar ke sabhi kaam karti thi, toh physically wo bahut active rehti thi but aaj ke samay mai jaise mai ek gynecologist hoon, yeah maybe aap ek teacher honge, aap ek engineer honge, ya IT mein honge, ek bank professional mein honge, ek as female lady jo pregnant ho gayi hai ya pregnant hai, toh woh subah se shaam bandi subah se shaam chair par baithi hoti hai toh physically koi proper activity nahi ho pati hai. A ur shayad aap ye jante honge ki jab hum physical activity hain toh hamari puri body ka blood circulate hota hai toh obviously jaise hum daud ke aaye kahin se toh aap dekhte ho redness, pura chehra red ho jata hai iska matlab ki blood circulate hota hai toh same way jab aap physically active hote ho toh aap ke bachche tak bhi blood flow acchaa jata hai. Toh aap jo bhi khaoge aap ka nutrition, aapke vitamins, minerals wo sara kuch aapke bacche tak pahuchega. Toh physically active hona bahut saari exercise hai jo ek pregnant lady, uske bache ke liye bahut hi jyada important hai, yoga hai jo aap jaan sakte ho aap kar sakte ho. Iske baad chauthi baat kare hum toh theek kaunsi care chahiye toh breathing techniques, aap jante ho ki oxygen hamari har cell ke function ke liye bahut important hoti hai toh oxygen hamare bacche tak kaise jayegi ye hamare body ke kisi bhi organ tak kaise jayegi, toh aap jab gehri saans lene ki exercise karte hain deep breathing karte hain just oxygen ander jayegi carbon dioxide or toxins niklenge aur woh aap ki pregnancy ko healthy banayenge aapke bacche ki growth ko increase karaenge. And last but not the least or I can say the most important thing is ki aap mentally kya think karte ho uss pregnancy are pregnancy hone ke just pehle se hai aap ki thinking kaise rehti, hai aap kis baare me sochte ho, aapka mental attitude kya rehta hai yeh bahut hi jyada important hai. Abse jo 4 humne pehle ki hamne care ki medical care, nutrition diet care, aapki physical activity ya exercise, yoga care, ya aapse breathing technique oxygen jyada pahunchne ki ye saari care aapke bacche ki body ko accha banaegi. Toh aapka baccha aapko chahiye intelligent bhi, emotionally stable bhi, happy child aapko chahiye toh zaroor aap dhyan rakhe ki aapka uss samay thinking kaisi chal rahi hai, aapki positive thinking aap ki pregnancy ko, aapke bache ko uski puri life ke liye bahut kuch de sakti hai, ek positive life pura jo aap nine-month jis tarah se rahoge aapka mental attitude jo rahega wo aapke bachche ka 9 months ko carry karega.

So best of luck for your pregnancy, so thank you thank you very much. If you want to consult me you can come to my clinic which is a Noida or you can take appointment from Lybrate also, Thank you very much.
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