When having a baby coming in or planning to have in future a beautiful and gorgeous bundle of joy in your arms it’s okay to be prepared forwards.
If you are thinking about starting a family,
There are many things you can do to improve your health and minimize the risk to your baby, all before conceiving. Some women can even increase the likelihood of conceiving.
How do you know if you are pregnant?
The most common early signs and symptoms of pregnancy are:
- Missed period.
- Morning sickness, nausea.
- Increased urination.
- Breast tenderness.
- Food aversions.
- Nasal congestion.
Even this long list of pregnancy signs may be or not being pregnant symptoms, the best proof would be a home pregnancy test.
You will get at your local pharmacy the pregnancy test kits. If you receive a positive or unclear result visit immediately your GP.
If it has pink color to the test line then it’s positive.
Healthy Parent leads to having a healthy Baby
When getting a positive flag, start with parental health basics, such as eating healthy foods,
exercising regularly to lose your weight and taking vitamins, some help examples are in our site how to upgrade today your lifestyle.
After visiting your GP You and your baby will undergo a number of different tests during your pregnancy.
You may have blood tests to see your general health and if you have some infections. These tests can include:
- Screening tests in the first 3 months of your pregnancy or the second trimester.
- if necessary, diagnostic tests to confirm a suspected condition.
Your family health history
It is important to find out if there are any genetic conditions that may affect the health of your baby. You may have to ask your family members if they know of any conditions. It is best to do this before you get pregnant.
If you are concerned about a particular genetic condition in your family please talk to your doctor or contact Genetic Services of Western Australia (external site).
Baby Kicking sensation
First-time mothers are to usually recognize their baby’s movements as late as the 24th or 27 weeks after conception, your baby can kick, stretch and make grasping movements inside your belly.
Development of the baby
Before meeting your baby heart face to face, there are some developments of a fetus that are going on in the next coming weeks:-
Week 28: Baby’s eyes partially open
Week 30: Its’s hair grows
Week 31: Rapid weight gain begins
Week 32: Baby practices breathing
Week 33: It detects light
Week 34: Baby’s fingernails grow
Week 35: Baby’s skin is pink and smooth
Week 36: He or she takes up most of the amniotic sac
Week 37: Baby might turn head first
Week 38: His’s toenails grow
Week 39: Baby’s chest is prominent
Week 40: Your due date arrives
Don’t be alarmed if your due date comes and goes with no signs of labor starting. Your due date is simply a calculated estimate of when your baby will be 40 weeks. It does not estimate when your baby will arrive. It’s normal to give birth before or after your due date.
We at Unreal Side wish you Happy and easy Motherhood!
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