If urine test for pregnancy was positive then go for blood test (beta HCG). It's nothing to worry about. Sometimes sonography can't detect an early pregnancy. But blood test can give confirmation.
Anemia can be treated by eating iron supplements and iron rich foods. If needed, injections should be taken. If mother's gets treated then baby's weight automatically becomes normal.
It can be a congenital disease. Go for anomaly scan and consult doctor to rule out serious problems.
If heartbeat is regular and there are no other complications then you can have normal delivery.
From the beginning till the end of term you should have healthy food. You may experience loss of appetite in the first trimester. During that time eat whatever you feel like but ensure that it is healthy, home-cooked food like dal, sabji, etc.
Doctor will decide after a thorough checkup and sonography. If pain can be induced with injection and medicine then you can have normal delivery.
If you are working then you can continue commuting as usual. But avoid long distance travel during first and third trimester. During the second trimester, if you must travel then trains are the best option. Avoid two wheelers at all costs.
Standard level is between 11-13. Consult your doctor for medicines and eat iron rich foods like dates, jaggery, etc.
By 48 hours of conception beta HCG becomes double. If it is delayed pregnancy then heartbeat won't be found so soon. You can check again after a week.
If you have been cooking and you still want to then you can continue. However if the smell of some foods triggers nausea then avoid.
Preferably sleep on left side or right side. Avoid sleeping belly upright for long.
It should increase by 10-11kg. 1kg in first 3 month and 5 kg each in 2nd and 3rd trimester.
Yes. After each meal walk for a whe. Don't keep long gaps between meals.
Take rest, increase water intake. If it doesn't subside in two days then visit doctor.
I'm 15 weeks pregnant and observed some spotting. Is it normal?
If sonography shows no problem then don't worry. It can be due to low lying placenta which is just forming. With advance in growth of uterus, placenta will move upwards. Now you should rest for sometime. Do not take stress.
It could be due to less blood, high blood pressure or standing for long hours. Keep feet raised with support. Go for haemoglobin test and blood pressure checkups.
If your doctor has checked you then you must have been prescribed medicines to stop uterine contractions. Take rest. Take antacid for nausea. Acidity also causes pains. Avoid outside food.
If you follow doctor's guidance then pregnancy will continue. Do sonography according to your doctor's suggestion. Don't worry about the bleeding, it indicates implantation.
Delivery is usually due around 40+ weeks. You can wait.
Check iron, calcium and vitamin D levels.
Keep your history in mind, you have been prescribed these medicines. It won't harm the baby.
Go for HP Electrophoresis. Test to check if you suffer from thalassemia.
I'm pregnancy blood pressure remains low. If feeling giddy or lethargic then consult doctor. Increase liquid intake. Drink coconut water.
If mother is hepatitis B positive then there are chances of baby getting infected. There are vaccines that can be given to baby immediately after delivery. Universal precautions will be followed by doctor and staff.
Check blood pressure. High BP hampers baby growth. Reduce salt intake and increase fluid intake.
It's normal but don't put on more than ½ or 1kg now.
It can be due to urine infection. Test for UTI. Increase water intake.
Each one's development varies. If you had a toned stomach then it will take time for the bump to be visible. Don't worry as long as scams show baby's health to be normal.
Mother's weight loss isn't very significant. It won't affect the baby. At 3kg, baby is very healthy.
It is too small to cause any trouble.
Check calcium, and vitamin D intake. You should also start taking B-complex supplements.
You can wait three more weeks. Baby has grown big due to which stomach is pressed. Improper digestion leads to acidity due to which you're experiencing pain under chest. Eat small amounts at frequent intervals. Take walks after meals to help digestion. Take antacids after consulting your doctor.
Go for sonography to check if pregnancy is stable or not. Go for complete blood test. If thyroid is high you need to start medicine. Consult your doctor.
Baby movement starts around 4th month. Usually you can feel it from 24th week onwards. First time mothers usually detect movements a little later.
Based on your report, it is preterm labour. Bedrest is must. It is good to have urine catheter as you can be on complete bed rest. This may go on for another 15-20 days.
Due to stress and pressure while vomiting sometimes you can observe blood. Take medicines from your doctor.
It means baby's growth is not proper. Go for Doppler test to check growth retardation. It can't be a normal delivery. There's chances of early delivery too.
Continue high protein diet and eat sprouts, peanuts, eggs, etc. You can also add protein powder to milk and drink it.
Eat a high protein diet. Increase portion size.
Consult a hematologist.
With the help of sonography, copper T can be removed and you can continue pregnancy.
Treatment is necessary to deal with severe itching. Consult a dermatologist.
Weight is standard and there's no cause to worry about movements.
As pregnancy progresses, fibroids may increase in size but won't affect your pregnancy.
I'm pregnancy breasts frow to prepare for lactation. Pigmentation is normal during pregnancy. Keep your skin clean.
Routine work, walks and exercises are important in building fitness.
Yes it is a good choice. Jaggery boosts haemoglobin and also keeps nausea under control.
Increase water intake. Take rest and also check haemoglobin and blood pressure.
Between 18-20 weeks.
It occurs because of enlargement of the part and stretching of skin. This leads to dryness and cracks. Apply moisturizer for relief.
Posterior means it is on the back wall of uterus. It's normal.
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