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Question: Mera pragnacy ka 8 th month chal raha hai...muje kitni dair tak walk karna chahiye bcos me 10 min se jyada nahi chal pati hu...
Answer: walking for 150 minutes a week in pregnancy, which is a 30-minute walk, five times a week. If you only walk now and then, you won't get the benefits of regular exercise. Try to be active every day.
It is not bad to walk too much during pregnancy. In fact, walking is one of the best ways to get exercise during pregnancy. Staying active is beneficial for you and baby. Getting started on a regular exercise program during pregnancy depends on your level of fitness before you became pregnant
Question: mera 16 week chal raha hai mujhe baby ka movement pata nahi chal raha mujhe kya karna chahiye
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When will I start to feel my baby move?You'll probably start to be aware of your baby's movements for the first time at about 18 weeks to 20 weeks of your pregnancy.
If this is your first pregnancy, it may take you a while to realise that the gentle fluttering feelings in your tummy are your baby's movements. Being aware of these first, tiny sensations inside is an exciting landmark for most mums-to-be.
If you've had a baby before, you'll recognise the feeling and may notice your baby moving around as early as 16 weeks.
If you haven't felt any movement from your baby by 24 weeks, see your doctor. She will listen for your baby's heartbeat and arrange an ultrasound scan, or other check, if it's needed.
Question: Mam mera 7th month chal raha hai muje chakar aarahi hai so muje kya karna chahiye
Answer: Dizziness or feeling faint is a normal symptom during pregnancy. you may experience it throughout your pregnancy.Here are some helpful suggestions to reduce dizziness:
Avoid standing for long periods. If you must stand, make sure that you keep your feet moving to help increase circulationGet up slowly from either sitting or lying down (this is especially important when you are getting out of the bath)Eat regularly. Avoid long periods between meals; it is better to snack throughout the dayAvoid hot baths or showersAvoid lying on your back once you reach the middle of your second trimester Wear loose, comfortable clothing to avoid restricting circulation
Question: Mere 4 th month chal raha hai kya is month sex karna sahi hai ya nhi
Answer: It is safe during pregnancy but care is to be taken
Avoid in 1st trimester it might lead to miscarriage.
2nd & 3rd trimester are safe, but consult your doctor before it.
Make sure that tummy is not having pressure & weight. Women with a normal pregnancy can continue to have sex with their partner; it doesn't cause any harm to the baby. The amniotic sac, as well as the strong muscles of the uterus, keep your baby safe. Orgasm may cause mild uterine contractions, but they are harmless to the baby and temporary.
Cramping is normal at the time of intercourse or during orgasm, but if it doesn't go away after a few minutes or you notice bleeding after having sex, immediately call your doctor. Talk freely and clear all your doubts or concerns about sex.
If u feel any pain stop & discuss which with doctor.