Answer: Hi dear,
Not to worry,not many get typical pregnancy symptoms.and the symptoms does not gaurentee healthy baby. Every pregnancy is different.so relax,it's ok not get any symptoms.but usually the nausea etc starts after 8 weeks.so you never know,you might get them late.white discharge is normal in pregnancy.your first transvaginal scan would be done at 6 th week,to find out the implantation spot,also gestational sac.8 weeks scan is the first ultrasound scan to check heartb at of baby.wish you all the best!
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I m 5wk pregnant mother.i dont ve any symptoms still.wat reason i couldn't understand
Answer: Hello dear,congratations for ur pregnancy..well dont worry for that ,its just starting ,its not necessary to feel the symptoms in early pregnancy...thats even good if u r not facing any issue yet..it may b because every pregnancy is different..
Question: I am 8 week pregnant now.i dont like milk.so is there any alternative food for that?
Answer: Hi dear,
Curd is an excellent alternative.have it daily one bowl.curd is also rich source of calcium.paneer ,cheese are equally good source of calcium.you can avoid milk.milk can trigger nausea and it also contributes bloating.
Question: I m 15.6 week pregnant bt i dont feel any movement..y i dont feel anything inside my tummy???
Answer: Dear relax there is nothing to be worried. You should feel your baby's first movements, called "quickening," between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks. By the second pregnancy, some women start to feel movements as early as 13 weeks.
Early in your pregnancy, you may just feel a few flutters every now and then. But as your baby grows -- usually by the end of the second trimester -- the kicks should grow stronger and more frequent. Studies show that by the third trimester, the baby moves about 30 times each hour. But if I share my personal experience my gynae told me that there should be movement every hour.
Hope it helps.