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Prenatal Massages For The Expectant Mother!

Prenatal Massages For The Expectant Mother!

Pregnancy is a beautiful time where it is essential for mothers-to-be to care for and nourish both themselves and the child in their womb. It is therefore essential for women to prioritize their comfort and relaxation over anything else. For this purpose, many women opt for prenatal massages, which can make a world of difference…

Ankle and Foot Swelling During Pregnancy

Ankle and Foot Swelling During Pregnancy

Swelling is common during pregnancy, especially in the legs, ankles, feet, and fingers. It usually gets worse towards the end of the day and as your pregnancy progresses. Swelling that develops over time is normally not hazardous to you or your baby, although it can be inconvenient. A sudden increase in swelling could be an…

Cravings for Food During Pregnancy

Cravings for Food During Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the most profound bodily changes you will ever go through. And, certainly, practically every portion of your body undergoes some sort of transformation. But before any of this happens—possibly even before you obtain a positive pregnancy test—you’ll notice a significant change in your appetite. When you’re pregnant, there will be meals…

What’s A B Belly? Let’s Talk About It!

What’s A B Belly? Let’s Talk About It!

What is a B belly during pregnancy? A B belly during pregnancy is one that seems to have a crease or band in the centre, dividing the belly into a top and bottom half, similar to the capital letter “B.” It’s important to notice that your bigger pregnant breasts aren’t at the top of the…

Do you know – Breast milk comes in three stages

Do you know – Breast milk comes in three stages

Breast milk is a baby’s major source of nourishment. During pregnancy, a woman’s body begins to prepare for the creation of a new food source for her baby. Lactocytes, or milk-producing cells, begin to develop in the fourth week of pregnancy. During pregnancy, you may see your breasts increasing, but the amount of milk you…

Communicate With Your Baby Using Baby Sign Language

Communicate With Your Baby Using Baby Sign Language

Communication with a child is one of the most satisfying experiences a parent can have. This experience normally takes about two years to get started. In newborns, verbal and auditory abilities develop far more slowly than physical skills. Surprisingly, current research by specialists in the area of early childhood development suggests that there may be…

First / second / third trimester Pregnancy checklists

First / second / third trimester Pregnancy checklists

Joy, excitement, anticipation, and worry are just a few of the emotions you may feel if you’ve just discovered you’re pregnant. It’s an exciting moment, but it can also be exhausting. You’ll need a pregnancy checklists to keep organised! For high risk pregnancy doctors in Gurgaon and ladies specialist doctors in Gurgaon book your appointment with Dr. Chetna…

Benefits of breastfeeding vs. formula feeding

Benefits of breastfeeding vs. formula feeding

You have a lot of crucial choices to make as a new parent. One is to decide whether to breastfeed or bottle feed your baby with infant formula. Breastfeeding is the best choice for both mom and baby, according to experts. They suggest that newborns only consume breast milk for the first 6 months, and then…

Determining your most fertile window

Determining your most fertile window

If you’re trying to conceive, one of the most crucial things you can do is find out when your most fertile days are throughout your menstrual cycle. But what’s the best approach to find out? It all begins with knowing the fundamentals of fertility, namely what fertility is and how ovulation works. There are indicators…

Diabetes in your little one : Dos and Don’ts

Diabetes in your little one : Dos and Don’ts

Diabetes is becoming more common around the world, and as a result, diabetes in children is on the rise. Type 1 diabetes affects the majority of children during their youth. Type 1 diabetes affects around 90% of young persons with diabetes, and the proportion of patients who are children varies by location. It has been…