Similar Questions with Answers
Question: I'm having itching on my lower abdominal ??? Y it is happening??? It's harmful to baby..
Answer: Hi dear,
It seems to be due to strech marks .Strechmarks are due to streching of stomach skin due to growing baby. You can also get strechmarks anywhere in body like,shoulders,legs thighs etc.more water retention and increase body weight makes the skin strech and thus the strech marks.they are mostly itchy and scaly.they also turn pinkish or reddish. You should have taken precautions by end of second trimester by applying oil and lotions. Now at this stage you can still moisturize the area with coocoa butter or coconut oil. Never scratch it with nails.to sooth it can apply aloe Vera gel there. Basically keep the skin well hydrated by drinking lots of water and applying moisturizer. Bio oil can also be effective in keeping the area hydrated. If it itches ,use a clean soft cotton cloth to rub.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: im 7months pregnant n I'm having acidity n daily it's happening what to do
Answer: Eat small meals 4-5 meals in a day.walk for 20 min.drink lots of water or lemon juice
Question: I'm planning for pregnancy but it's not happening y
Answer: Hello! If you plan on getting pregnant, you want to make sure your diet is rich in folic acid and that you are proactive about that now. You can take a supplement, prenatal vitamin, and increase your intake of folic acid-rich foods like fortified whole grains, fortified cereals, vegetables, and citrus fruits. You should be taking in 400-600 mg of folic acid daily before pregnancy and about 800 mg during pregnancy to ensure a healthier pregnancy and minimize risk of birth defects.find out when u ovulating if u already done that just keep on having sex but be relaxed about it if u stress to much it will take longer
Question: I had bleeding today why it's happening
Answer: Consult to your doctor