Getting good care before, during, and after your pregnancy is very important. It can help your baby grow and develop and keep you both healthy. It is the best way to be sure your little one gets a head start on a healthy life. Good prenatal care includes good nutrition and health habits before and during pregnancy.
Standing for long periods during pregnancy may curb the growth of the developing fetus, suggests research published online in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Previous research has indicated that long working hours may increase the risk of birth defects, premature birth, stillbirth and low birth-weight
Heavy lifting, standing for long periods of time, or bending a lot during pregnancy could increase your chances of miscarriage, preterm birth, or injury during pregnancy. High physical demands at work have also been associated with menstrual disorders, which might reflect reduced fertility.
To maintain good posture, keep your back straight and avoid bending or lifting anything too heavy. Leaning forward too often during pregnancy will not affect your birth outcomes. And there is no evidence to suggest that bending over or leaning forward during pregnancy can cause miscarriage.
Limiting the number of children in a family means more resources for each child and more time for the parents to dedicate to each child. Family planning can also help couples in a sexual relationship not to be worried about the woman getting pregnant.
Gynecologists give reproductive and sexual health services that include pelvic exams, Pap tests, cancer screenings, and testing and treatment for vaginal infections. They diagnose and treat reproductive system disorders such as endometriosis, infertility, ovarian cysts, and pelvic pain.
Clomiphene citrate. Clomiphene citrate is taken by mouth and stimulates ovulation by causing the pituitary gland to release more FSH and LH , which stimulate the growth of an ovarian follicle containing an egg..
If your doctor has diagnosed you with a vaginal yeast infections before and you're having the same symptoms, you can try an over-the-counter yeast infection medicine. But if you're not sure, see your doctor or go to a Planned Parenthood health center.
Your health care provider can use ultrasound to determine whether your baby is growing at a normal rate. Ultrasound can be used to monitor your baby's movement, breathing and heart rate. Study the placenta and amniotic fluid levels. The placenta provides your baby with vital nutrients and oxygen-rich blood.
Pregnant women under 17 or over 35 are considered high-risk pregnancies. Being pregnant with multiple babies. Having a history of complicated pregnancies, such as preterm labor, C-section, pregnancy loss or having a child with a birth defect. A family history of genetic conditions.
Excessive nausea and vomiting:
It's normal to have some nausea and vomiting during your first trimester. Most pregnant women go through this. But if it's severe or makes you dehydrated, that's something to heed. If you can't keep any water or fluids down for more than 12 hours, call your doctor.
Multiple pregnancy, usually referred to as multiple gestation, is one in which more than one fetus develops simultaneously in the mother's womb.
An obstetrician is a doctor with specialist qualifications in delivering babies and providing medical care to women during pregnancy (antenatal care) and after the birth (postnatal care). Obstetricians have the skills to manage complex or high-risk pregnancies and births, and can perform interventions and caesareans
Will I be able to feel my baby move at two months pregnant? The first tiny movements you feel, known as quickening, usually aren't perceptible until week 18 or even later. Hang in there! You'll feel those little kicks before you know it!.
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