Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I m 20 weeks pregnant. Still vomiting atleast one or two times in a day.. Is this vomiting affect my baby.. Plz tell really worried.
Answer: Don't get..upset dear .. during the pregnancy vomiting is normal...it dosnt affect baby...but you must intake more fulids like fresh juice..hot water ..and healthy fuds also... otherwise if feel more tired on vomiting..in that time we doesn't like all type of fuds. So scleted likes food must eat in regular intervals...
Question: I m having from last day morning in my back and in leg worried a lot
Answer: Hi dear,
As the pregnancy progresses ,you would experience lot of aches here and there. Nothing to panic much.these are all normal. Since the baby growth pushes most of your internal organs along with pelvic bones,various kinds of pain ranging from throbbing pain to pinching pain, streching pain. They are mostly normal. Increasing body weight stresses your back and also puts pressure on legs.you would experience back pain and leg cramps too.try to be active as much as possible.daily walks for atleast 20 min would be helpful.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: I am 6 weeks pregnant and i am having little bit brown discharge apart from that today morning i got red mucus discharge dont knw what to do m very worried whether its normal or not its my first baby
Answer: Hi Dear!
No bleeding or mucusy discharge is normal in pregnancy however few women experience implantation bleeding when the fertilized egg gets attached to the wall ans it causes some pinkish spotting for maximum 1-2 days.
But if you are 6 weeks along implantation bleeding chances are less because it happens after 10 days of ovulation while periods occur after 14 days, so if i get bleeding after 22-25 days its implantation bleeding. (please note the days vary and depends on cycle)
In my opinion u should check it with your Dr. as soon as you can to rulr out underlying health issues and start medication if needed..