Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Am 28 weeks pregnancy , i heard from so many that there will be thick growth in hair but i don't have so is there any deficiency in protien???
Answer: During pregnancy, an increased number of hairs go into the resting phase, which is part of the normal hair loss cycle. This condition is not serious enough to cause bald spots or permanent hair loss, and it should begin to diminish within 3-4 months after delivery.
Question: I m 13 weeks pregnant... I m facing high hair fall now... n I heard about hair growth during pregnancy.. is it normal.. ??
Answer: it is normal..Warm a bit of coconut oil and massage it from your hair root to tip.Wash after one hour.Or, grate a coconut and squeeze out its milk by mixing in a little water.Apply it on the area where you notice thinning or balding.Let it stay overnight and wash off the next morning.
Take the white of one egg and mix in a teaspoon of olive oil.Beat to give a paste-like consistency and apply to the entire scalp and hair.Keep it on for about 15 to 20 minutes and then rinse with cool water and a mild shampoo.
Question: I am seven weeks pregnant but still no such symptoms of nausea or vomiting.
Is it normal to not have nausea or morning sickness??
Answer: it is actually fairly common for women to not notice any symptoms of pregnancy in the first weeks or months. Every woman will have a different pregnancy and because of this, not every woman will experience each of the common symptoms like gas, bloating, food cravings, morning sickness, and nausea. In reality, the most common symptom is actually a feeling of increased fatigue and some women won’t even notice this. Therefore, pregnant but no symptoms is quite possible.