Question: Hi i am 25th week pregnant, i feel less movements from past two days...is it ok
Answer: Hello dear
Do not worry about baby movement because as your baby is growing , you may start to feel that she's less active. The truth is that if she's healthy, she's moving as much as she did when she was smaller, but her movements feel different because she's all folded up and wedged in your uterus.
Just have a glass of orange juice and sleep on ur left side, u will start feeling baby movement again.
Question: I'm feeling very less baby movements....... Bt very small movements are there..... Is it fn or not
Dear baby also have lazy and active days. Someday you can feel bay playing football and some days it's completely less. So it's normal.
Baby's movement will be active again in a day or two. So don't worry.. baby's movement are important it can high or low..
You must check daily videos and tips on the app they are quite knowledgeable and good. Your baby's daily growth chart and important milestone will be there and can guide you through.Also there is live doctor session so you can ask questions related your health there.. mom's chat group is also there so you can connect to many mom's and have a chit chat there and share your experiences or learn there. So do check daily. Its quite helpful..
Question: 28 weeks pregnant felling very less baby movements...but heartbeat is ok... nd my haemoglbin is 11.6 is it ok?
Answer: Hello Dear
The normal value of hemoglobin level in women ranges between 12 to 16 g/dl.
some of the following food in your pregnancy diet will help to boost the level of hemoglobin:
Leafy vegetables (Palak leaves, fenugreek leaves, etc.),
dry fruits (raisin, almonds, etc.),
food grains (barley, millet, maize),
sesame seeds, are good sources of iron.
Fruits like guava, kiwi, grapefruit, prunes,peaches, figs, apple, etc. are rich in iron.
Vitamin C deficiency can bring about the drop in hemoglobin level, as without sufficient vitamin C the body cannot absorb iron. Fruits like kiwi, orange, raspberries, lime are some excellent sources of vitamin C.Broccoli, tomatoes, bell peppers, dark leafy greens are vegetables that are rich in vitamin C.
Banana, corn, sprouts, turnips, lettuce, avocado, lady finger, seeds (sunflower seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds etc.) should be a part of your regular diet.