Every month of pregnancy has its own associated physical changes, fetal development, aches and pains etc. As pregnancy progresses, women need to get more careful and alert. Few things they should focus on are:
The following transcript from a video chat with Dr. Vijaylakshmi Goel addresses these issues with all the relevant guidance.
I am Dr. Vijaylakshmi Goel, an Obstetrician with 20 years of experience. I practice at Goels Krishna Nursing Home, Dahisar.
Visit a speech therapist or pediatrician to find the cause and treat accordingly.
It's very common during pregnancy. If it's foul smelling then get checked by doctor.
Yes. Ensure that you don't tire yourself too much or lift heavy things.
Have a light diet and take regular antacids.
Acidity cause such a sensation. Exercise lightly after meals to improve digestion.
Isabgol, apples and bananas are excellent foods to cure constipation. Drink lots of water.
Stop eating outside food. Get it checked by doctor. It's a common experience as uterus ligaments get pulled during growth.
Visit your doctor. They can prescribe what is best for you.
This is quite common during pregnancy.
We can only wait and watch. There's a chance the baby might turn and in that case you can deliver normally. Otherwise trust your doctor's advice.
Continue with the prescribed medication. There's a syrup called Evict. Check with doctor if it's suitable for you. Include green leafy vegetables and fruits in diet.
Normally it should be between 11-13. Regularly continue with high iron diet. After 3rd month take tablets. If there's still no improvement then take injections.
The baby should weigh between 2.5 to 3.5 kg. But don't worry. There's still a few weeks for your baby to grow and if the weight gain continues at the standard rate of 50 gm/day then your baby will have healthy weight.
Consult your doctor. Doxinate is a safe medicine and you can take it half an hour before bedtime.
Keep eating every 2 hours. Drink salt and sugar sherbets regularly.
Don't worry. It is too early to detect heartbeat.
It occurs because of changes in posture and increasing weight. Us pillows for support while sleeping. If the pain is unbearable use a topical ointment.
Placenta usually migrates towards the upper side. Go for a sonography to monitor the exact position and movement of placenta. If you try to deliver normally with the placenta downwards it can lead to heavy bleeding and cause harm to mom and baby. If the placenta is still down in a few weeks then you will have to go for c-section.
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