Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I am.4 months pragnant but I am not feeling hungry so what I do..
Answer: Loss of appetite can be dealt with in easy ways. Don't force yourself to eat, opt for smaller nutritious meals when possible instead, which helps to reduce nausea. Just keep hydrated via water or fruit juice and consume more green vegetable to prevent constipation. Also, heavy foods should be avoided that may lead to indigestion.Eat Frequent and Small Meals,Keep Hydrated,Consume Light Food Instead,Take Necessary Nutritional Supplements,Take a Quick Walk,Get Sufficient Fiber.
Question: Now I'm 4 months pregnant everyday I'm getting leg pain and little bit white bleeding is it a problem
Answer: Hello dear. Leg pain is absolutely normal as due to expanding uterus puts pressure on the surrounding nerves which causes such pains. By white bleed you mean white discharge then it is absolutely normal. What you're noticing is probably leukorrhea – the odorless or mild-smelling milky white discharge that you may have had before you got pregnant. Odorless or mild-smelling.
But in any point of time if you feel it's heavy discharge, more like watery urine kind of, change in color like reddish, pinkish, brownish , pale yellow and greenish with itching and burning that needs to be reported to your doctor as soon as possible. One of the most common vaginal infections during pregnancy is candidiasis, also known as a yeast infection.
So relax and enjoy ur pregnancy.
Question: I am 3and half month pregnant and this my 2nd pregnancy and my leg pain is getting more sometime
Answer: Its happen to me also...I take bed rest more while feeling this..I m 7 month pregnant with ,second baby
Question: Hai now am 9th month preagnent women. Am getting leg knee pain and sometimes am getting so much stomach contraction today and lower back pain but not continously. How to identify true labour pain
Answer: Before your actual contractions begin you can get fake contractions which is is known as Braxton Hicks. These are just imitations of the labour pains. However when the labour pains come they start slowly with a time gap. The first sign of labour is mucus plug release from the cervix it is a brown or white or yellow in colour it is not too much releasing of this means that your service is going to start opening but this is a pre labour sign and a good sign. Then you can have the amniotic fluid leakage which is a lot of fluid leaking as if you are having pee. In this case you should visit the doctor immediately. Then comes the contractions which are mild for a day or two. It is like little pain in your stomach with an urge to push. The time gap say one out and starts to reduce when the time gap is 10 minutes apart then you should rush to the doctor.