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1 months ke pagnency htana ka leya kis dava ka use ..?

1 months ke pagnency htana ka leya kis dava ka use kara sir

Pranav mishra asked on 05 Nov '17 at 01:17

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Krish g answer on 18 May '12 at 01:12

Pregnancy is divided into three Quarter (three months). The first and the last quarters are times of extra precaution for the mother-to-be, since the baby is at the most vulnerable at these times.

 

Month 1

This month starts with the implanting of the embryo in the lining of the uterus. It is still not called a 'fetus', since it is nothing more than a mass of cells. These cells start differentiating to form specialized structures which will become the amniotic sac, the placenta and the baby itself. By the end of the first month, the embryo is about one tenth of an inch long (the size of a grain of rice). A primitive brain and spinal cord begin to form and the heart starts beating. There is no perceptible change in the body proportions of the expectant mother. In fact, the first month usually slips by undetected. By the end of the month, the mother may start feeling nauseous in the morning, a condition termed as "morning sickness".

 

Tips:

  • Go for pregnancy test

  • Avoid medication bought over the counter

  • Stop smoking and encourage your partner to do the same

  • Cut down on alcohol

  • Start/continue taking Folic Acid

 

Month 2 

This month embryo begins to grow in length. By the end of the second month, it is almost an inch long. The brain and the spinal cord are almost completely formed. The heart gets divided into two chambers and circulation begins. Veins are clearly visible. Buds form at the place where arms and legs are going to develop later. These buds have a webbed appearance. Blackened dots form near the eye sockets by the beginning of the month. All the major organs have started to develop by the end of the second month. The umbilical cord and the placenta also start forming. In the mother-to-be, the breasts enlarge and the nipples become more prominent. There may be some tenderness and pain in the area due to an increase in the body hormones. There may be increased vaginal secretion and the mucous plug begins to form. The expectant mother may feel an increased urge to urinate because of increased pressure from the uterus due to the growing fetus.

 

Tips:

  • Discuss any special tests you would like to have with your Doctor

  • Make an appointment to talk with your dentist

  • If you are traveling, check if vaccinations are needed as some cannot be given during pregnancy

  • Are there any safety issues at work

 

Month 3

Embryo in the third month is technically called the fetus. The fetus is now longer and the external features begin to be distinguished. The fetus has started to resemble a human baby. The internal organs are largely formed but not fully developed. The fetus may start responding to sounds and may startle, but the movement is not perceptible due to its small size. By the end of the third month, the fetus is approximately 3 inches long and weighs a little more than a grape. The baby's heart beat can be heard by an instrument called a Doppler. Morning sickness in the mother may stop. She may feel hungry more often and may have mood swings. The uterus is now big enough and the mother may feel heaviness in the abdomen.

 

Tips:

  • Book antenatal classes remembering to fit them in with partner's schedule.

  • Start pregnancy exercises

  • If necessary tests such as chorionic villus sampling can be done now


Krish g answer on 18 May '12 at 01:26

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months


Krish g answer on 18 May '12 at 01:35

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months

 


Krish g answer on 19 May '12 at 17:13


Pregnancy Check

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months

 

Delivery Due Date:

The following chart will help you to estimate when your baby will be due. Pick out the date of your last period from the figures in light type. Your due date is immediately underneath in bold. These dates are all calculated assuming that you have a standard 28 day cycle and the number of weeks also includes the first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle, when you are technically not pregnant. If your cycle varies from this and you know when you ovulated, just work back 2 weeks from this date to find your last menstrual cycle date (LMP)

Krish g answer on 19 May '12 at 17:17


Pregnancy Check

Finding out you are pregnant is one of the most exciting times of your life, even if you have been preparing for it for some time. Once you have confirmed your pregnancy you can check out some of the common complaints you may suffer from over the coming months and also ways of managing morning sickness.

Possible Signs of Pregnancy:
Some of the first signs of pregnancy are:

  • Absence of periods

  • morning sickness (vomiting)

  • Fatigue

  • Frequent urination

  • Tender or enlarged breasts

Note that you could be pregnant even in the absence of any of the above symptoms.  On the other hand, you may experience some of the symptoms and still not be pregnant (could be due to other reasons). 

 

Definite Signs of Pregnancy:
The only way that a woman can be identify she is pregnant is to take one of the following tests: Blood or Urine tests and a pelvic exam are necessary to confirm pregnancy. 

Urine test confirm pregnancy.

  • Urine Pregnancy test is required to confirm pregnancy (Recommended if your period is missed)

  • A blood test or a urine test will help in determining the presence of the HCG (Human chorionic gonadotropin) hormone.

  • An ultrasound scan will also detect a pregnancy at 4-6 weeks.

  • Fetus can also be felt through abdominal palpations at around 3 months

 

Delivery Due Date:

The following chart will help you to estimate when your baby will be due. Pick out the date of your last period from the figures in light type. Your due date is immediately underneath in bold. These dates are all calculated assuming that you have a standard 28 day cycle and the number of weeks also includes the first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle, when you are technically not pregnant. If your cycle varies from this and you know when you ovulated, just work back 2 weeks from this date to find your last menstrual cycle date (LMP)