There are pregnancy blood tests like CBC, blood sugar, thyroid, quadruple marker test to check baby brain development.
Sonography to confirm fetal heartbeat.
It is not easy to make out if you are first time pregnant or have a big tummy. By another fortnight you will be able to feel.
It could be a low lying placenta or any trauma. Please go to your gynaecologist for a check up.
A repeat sugar test and hemoglobin test.
Ideally it should be avoided till the end of the 3rd month. During the first trimester the placenta gets formed. Accidental pressure and thrust can cause bleeding.
Pregnancy hormones cause itching. Ask your gynaecologist to prescribe medicine.
It is very difficult to say without knowing the reasons for the c-section in the first time. If those reasons are still persisting then it can be a c-section again.
During baby birth keep a blood donor standby. Doctors will do immediate blood test of your baby to check Rh - /+. If it's negative then no problem. If it's positive then baby will be susceptible to jaundice. Doctors will provide suggestions for the prevention.
Popular home remedies for natural labour are adding castor oil to milk/tea in the last month. Exercises like squats and butterfly will help.
Stem cell preservation is done to provide cure later to your child or siblings from a list of illnesses. It is a long term process requiring cost of storage. It's one perspective of stem cell treatment.
Kaju, anjeer, sprouts, beetroots, carrots, tomatoes, gud chikki, liver, mutton, eggs. If diet doesn't help then there's injection.
1- 1.25 kg
No medicine of any kind is to be taken without your gynaecologist's prescription. You should not even take iron tablets in the first trimester without your gynaecologist's prescription.
It's due to the hormonal changes.
Thalassemia minor is a condition in which problems in red blood cells arise. Doctors give small dose of hemoglobin to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Basically such women are not given iron tablets. If both parents are thalassemia minor then one of their babies can become thalassemia major and it is certainly detrimental. If only one parent has thalassemia minor then their baby can become a carrier.