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Baby Size this week: Sweet potato
Mummy, I'm now about the size of a sweet potato—and my tiny fingers now have unique fingerprints!
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Pregnancy ke bad chest ke size Kaise kam kiya jaaye
ASKED WHEN 10 WEEKS PREGNANT
Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
Hello everyone.. Mere urine m andar k side bht jalan hoti h vaise to ye 5 months se ho rahi h par maine kisiko btaya nhi ..uss waqt to hadd se jyada hoti thi ...par abhi thodi km h par fir b me bht pareshan ho rahi h..maine doctor ko bola to unhone ZYDIP cream di mujhe lgane k liye...par ye sirf bahar k side lgani h or jalan mujhe andar se ho rahi h...kbhi kbhi toilet bhi ruk ruk k aata h..pls tell me main kya karu..
ASKED WHEN 31 WEEKS PREGNANT
Sleeping OnThe Back
Hello every1...actually mujhe pregnancy ki starting se hi back k support se letne ya sone ki adat h or Mai abhi b max back k support se hi soti hu left n right side se nhi...bt abhi Maine kahi dekha k bachk k support se sone ya letne se bache ka development nhi ho pata h or usme defect aa jate hai...qki ye Mera last trimester chal RHa h to mujhe bht tension ho gyi h qki mujhe ye pta hi nhi tha or Mai strtng se hi is position me let t ayi hu or mujhe insulin dependent diabetes b h last 5yrs se...kindly suggest is it true.
ASKED WHEN 23 WEEKS PREGNANT
Help me mommies...don't ignore my post..mujhe one month se left of my back pain ho raha hai breast ke just pichhe ..and kabhi breast ke just niche ..ye pain mujhe khana khane k just bad hi hota h ..me doc dikha chuki hu. .gas ki dawai di thi but koi farak nh pda..gastroenterologist ko bhi dikha chuki hu..upper abdomen ka usg hua tha sab normal hai....me 3 times before food antacid leti hu but ..still pain is same...please suggest me remedy for this pain...kya kisi k sath esa hua h ya hota hai?
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What is the ideal weight plan for women during pregnancy?
With everything else you have to do now that you're pregnant, it can be tough to remember how much weight you should be gaining and when. But it's more important than ever to keep an eye on the scale for your and your baby's health. Gaining too much or too little weight can lead to various issues during pregnancy and after giving birth, which is why going at a steady pace is best.
A woman who was average weight before getting pregnant should gain 25 to 35 pounds after becoming pregnant. Underweight women should gain 28 to 40 pounds. And overweight women may need to gain only 15 to 25 pounds during pregnancy.
If you are under-weight before pregnancy, it is essential to gain a reasonable amount of weight while you are pregnant. Without the extra weight, your baby might be born smaller than expected.
Also, being overweight before pregnancy increases the risk of various pregnancy complications, including gestational diabetes, high blood pressure disorders of pregnancy, such as preeclampsia, and the need for a C-section.
Your pregnancy weight gain timeline will depend on various factors, such as your metabolism, activity level, and genetics.
If you start at a healthy or average weight, you need to gain only about 1 to 4 pounds in the first few months of pregnancy. You can do this by eating a healthy diet — no extra calories are necessary.
Steady weight gain is more important in the second and third trimesters — especially if you start at a healthy weight or you are underweight. According to the experts, you will gain about 1 pound a week until delivery. An extra 300 calories a day, which you can find in half a sandwich and a glass of skim milk, might be enough to help you meet this goal.
Women who are overweight or have a BMI of 30 or higher should aim for a weight gain of about 1/2 pound a week in the second and third trimesters. Try adding a glass of low-fat milk or an ounce of cheese and a serving of fresh fruit to your diet.
Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables because these provide vitamins, minerals and fibre, which helps digestion and can help prevent constipation which is common in pregnant women. Avoid snacking on high fat and sugar foods, and do not drink alcohol or smoke.
During pregnancy, women are usually hungrier than usual, so they can and should eat more, but you don't need to eat for two. Don't count calories in pregnancy!
Government Scheme to give Rs 6000 to Pregnant Woman through Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojna (PMMVY) - How to Apply for this Scheme?
Pradhan Mantri Matru Yojna is a nationwide scheme in which the government provides financial assistance of 6000 rupees to pregnant women and lactating mothers so that they can take good care of themselves and their babies. This scheme was first launched as Indira Gandhi Matru Sahayog Yojna in 2010. The BJP government renamed this scheme as Matru Sahaj Yojna in 2014. But, it was formally launched as a central government-sponsored scheme throughout the nation and was renamed as Pradhanmantri Matru Vandana Yojna (PMMVY). You must know that the Ministry of Women and Child Development implements this scheme through the Anganwadi System.
Note: If you want to file any complaint or you have any query related to this scheme or you need help to find or locate the nearby health center or scheme then please call at PMMVY helpline number: 011-23382393.
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