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Question: I'm 8th week pregnant but i'm not feeling any pregnancy symptoms like breast sore etc...is it everything ok or should i consult my gyne??
Answer: Hello dear, It is completely normal, I didn't have any signs of pregnancy in my first trimester, I didn't gain any weight until 24 weeks and didn't get a baby bump until almost 28 weeks. Every women takes to pregnancy different, some women have every symptom in the book and some lucky girls have no symptoms. Enjoy your time that you feel good, it could change at any minute. If you have doubt, you can consult your doctor. He will check ur baby heart beat. Hope it helped ,Take care urself...
Question: Madam I'm 5th week pregnant... What precautions should I take... Can u advise me
Answer: Congratulations on ur pregnancy dear. I am sharing some of the tips for a healthy pregnancy are as follows:- 1.) Eat a healthy diet 2.) Aim for healthy snacks. 3.) Drink plenty of water 4.) Aim for the proper amount of weight gain. 5.) Talk to your healthcare provider about safe exercise. 6.) Have regular checkups with your doctor. 7.) Take your prenatal vitamins every day. 8.) Have your doctor monitor your iron levels. 9.) Manage back and pelvic pain. Back and pelvic pain may be more common in a twin pregnancy. If you find yourself in a lot of pain, talk to your doctor. He or she may recommend a physical therapist to help you address back pain. 10.) Watch out for signs of preterm labor.Preterm labor is more common when you're delivering twins. If you notice any of the following symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. a.) Bleeding or vaginal discharge can be a sign of preterm labor. b.) You may also start having contractions early. c.) Diarrhea can sometimes signal preterm labor. 11.) Monitor your blood pressure closely 12.) Have certain symptoms evaluated immediately. Rapid weight gain or headaches should be evaluated by your doctor immediately. Hope this helps.
Question: hi, I'm having period like pain very litely nd also some gas pain I'm in my 5th month now. is dis common or help me what?
Answer: yes it is normal..Cramping typically occurs when the uterus expands, causing the ligaments and muscles that support it to stretch. It may be more noticeable when you sneeze, cough, or change positions. During the second trimester, a common cause of cramping is round ligament pain.