Thursday, 18 August 2016

Healthy Pregnancy Tips

I am sure you are super excited about your pregnancy. It’s time to become more cautious about what you eat and drink as it helps you stay healthy during your nine precious months of motherhood. So, here are few healthy pregnancy tips that you can follow.

·         Never skip breakfast - Start your day with breakfast cereals with fruit. It helps you stay healthy

·         Go for food with fibre – Go for brown rice, oatmeal, and fruits and veggies like carrot, beans and banana

·         Eat healthy snacks – Low fat yogurt with fruits or whole grain crackers is a perfect 4 pm snack you can enjoy guilt free.

·         Avoid meat – Uncooked or under-cooked meat can contain bacteria that can harm your baby. Please avoid them.

·         No caffeine or alcohol – It might help you stay in good mood but your baby might not be enjoying it. So avoid it.
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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Looking for Initial signs of pregnancy?

So you are back from your honeymoon and got to know each other pretty intimately. That’s great! Now comes the big question in your head - Am I pregnant? The best way to find out is to do a home pregnancy test. But we suggest you look for the following “early signs of pregnancy” and see if you have experienced any of these off late.

Feeling tired?
Does taking stairs look like an uphill task to you? Do you feel sleepy and tired most of the time? You could be pregnant if you are facing these symptoms. This happens because the growing foetus needs oxygen.

Having sore breasts?     
One of the symptoms of pregnancy is having sore breasts which occur due to rising levels of hormones. It takes time for your body to get used to the hormonal changes due to pregnancy and this soreness will eventually subside post the first trimester.

Urinating repeatedly?
Does frequent urination spoiling your good night sleep? Then this could be a sign. Your body produces surplus fluids during pregnancy and results in frequent urination.

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Friday, 12 August 2016

Am in pregnancy. Am I not. Am in pregnant. Am I not.

Am i Pregnant

 If this question is lingering in your head for a long time, it’s time to clear it out with home pregnancy tests. 
Here’s how it works – the human chorionic gonadotrpphins (hCG) hormone in your urine helps in detecting your pregnancy. 

This is how it’s done – 
Before you begin your test, please read the instruction carefully.
•    Urine home pregnancy test – hold the stick in the urine stream when you are peeing and make sure urine touches the stick directly.
•    Or you can collect your urine in a cup and place the home pregnancy stick in it. 
•    For accurate result, we recommend you to take the test early in the morning when you are peeing for the first time. 
•    Once hCG is detected, one end of the strip will change color indicating pregnancy

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How to get pregnant the healthy way?

Good to know that you are ready for parenthood. Follow these tips to boost your chances of conceiving in a healthy way. 
•    Schedule a counseling session – The counseling session will help you review your past medical condition and analyses any issue that might occur during pregnancy. 
•    Get into healthy habits – It’s time to consume healthy food, exercise regularly, maintain your weight and get rid of unhealthy habits. 
•    Know when you’ll ovulate – Knowing when you ovulate is crucial to increase the chances of pregnancy. This calls for perfect timing for sexual intercourse. 
•    Healthy sperm is crucial – A healthy and strong sperm can boost the changes by fertilizing the egg. Your partner can do so by skipping few unhealthy habits like – alcohol consumption and smoking.
•    Cut back in caffeine – Your morning cup of coffee is a must to kick start your day. If had in moderation, it’s not harmful. But if consumed in excess i.e. 5 cups /day or 500gms of caffeine, it could decrease your fertility.
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