Congratulations on your pregnancy!
Brown discharge or mild bleeding in first trimester is quite normal for some ladies,but if the color is bright red and heavy,it could be risky.you must consult with doctor no matter how light or dark the discharge is.it may not be risky,but it's always better to check with your doctor.to sum up,any discharges with red or brown tinge could be risky and should not be ignored.early detection could help you from any complications.
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Question: Hello my wife's LMP was on 12th may...and her pregnancy is confirmed yesterday only through pregnancy test kit. Kindly advice when to visit doctor
Answer: A blood test can also detect hCG. Blood testsare more sensitive than urine tests and may detect pregnancy from about six days to eight days after ovulation. However, your GP won't suggest a blood test for pregnancy until after your period is due, and only if there is a medical need.
Question: I got to know that i am Pregnant through the pregnancy kit. So when should i consult doctor whet my pregnancy is confirmed or not?
Answer: hii dear congratulations for ur pregnancy .
Now u should consult doctor as u need to get ur body checkup done.At the first prenatal visit, the doctor will confirm the pregnancy. In addition, further tests are carried out including: weighing, urine, measuring blood pressure, and haemoglobin determination. The doctor will draw blood to determine your blood group and rhesus factor and further tests will be carried out to screen for HIV and rubella, along with other potentially dangerous diseases.The focus of this appointment, however, is mainly on the advice. The doctor will discuss possible risks and give advice regarding nutrition and other pregnancy related issues. Of course you also have the opportunity to ask the questions that you have regarding your pregnancy.
Question: What is the reason of pimples during pregnancy? And how to control ?
Answer: Hello Dear
Congratulations for your pregnancy
Acne/Pimples is common during pregnancy. In fact, more than one out of every two pregnant women can expect to develop acne. In some cases, the acne may be severe.
The primary cause of acne when you're pregnant is the increased hormone levels in the first trimester. The higher level increases the skin's production of natural oils. It's hard to predict who will develop pregnancy acne. You have a higher risk, though, if you have a history of acne or have acne flares at the start of your menstrual cycle. If you do not develop acne during the first trimester, it's unlikely you'll have breakouts that are out of the ordinary during the second or third trimesters.
Managing acne when you're pregnant can be tricky. That's because many prescription and over-the-counter treatments come with a high risk of birth defects. In general, you should avoid any medication that has even a remote chance of harming your baby.
Here are some methods for coping with pregnancy acne that are drug-free:
- Limit washing to two times per day and after heavy sweating.
- When you do wash, use a gentle, oil-free, alcohol-free, and non-abrasive cleanser.
- Use a cotton pad or washcloth to lightly wash your face ((but change and use a clean cloth or pad each time).
- After washing, rinse your skin with lukewarm water. Then gently pat dry and apply moisturizer.
- Avoid over-cleansing. It can overstimulate the skin's oil glands.
- Shampoo regularly. If you have oily skin, it's best to shampoo daily. Avoid oily hair mousse or pomade near the hairline.
- Change your pillowcases frequently.
- Keep your hands off your face because there are bacteria on the fingers.
- Use earbuds. Don’t hold a cellphone against the face.
Above all, avoid the temptation to squeeze or pop your pimples. This usually results in permanent acne scars. If you have clogged pores, get a professional facial.