Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Raat me sote huye jab karwat leti hun to virginal area me pai hota hai. kya koi problem hai isase??
Answer: Hey dear, rest assured that this isn't a problem, it's part of pregnancy.
Experiencing heaviness or swelling in vagina occur due due to increased blood volume, also as the growing uterus presses against certain blood vessels or blocks them altogether causing the disruptive blood how in vagina thus swelling arises.
As pregnancy will progress you ll experience more heaviness, infact this will be extended to your inner thighs as well.
Take ample of rest and worry less.
Question: mere pragnency ko 7 week ho gye kya mai market jaa skti hun... ghumne jaa skti hun
Answer: Yes you can. Just make sure you carry water and homemade snacks with you. Eat in small gaps. Avoid outside food. Also don't lift heavy shopping bags. Avoid rides that are not considered safe for pregnant women.
Shopping karna aur ghumna dono se agar aapko Khushi milti h to zarur jayiye. Staying happy is important. Just take care
Question: Mera baby one month ka h sote samay bhut awaz niklta h ye kya problem h plz Help me
Answer: hi Ghabraye baat hai bilkul normal hainbaby apne emotions ko Express.karta.hai Express karta hai isliye Awaz nikalta Hai Ghabraye mat
Question: mai 8 week pregnent hun mera 4 time misscarge hogya hai abi mai thodi narvas hun is bar kya hoga
Most miscarriages are caused by genetic abnormalities in the fetus. Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to prevent miscarriages caused by genetic abnormalities.
However, not all miscarriages are caused by genetic abnormalities. If you have had a miscarriage, work with your doctor determine the reason for your miscarriage. A healthy lifestyle before and during pregnancy may help.
take atfolic acid every day, beginning at least one to two months before conception, if possible.
Eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
Keep your weight within normal limits.
Don't smoke and stay away from it.
Don't drink alcohol.
Avoid illicit drugs.
Make sure you are up to date on immunizations.
These steps may help to prevent miscarriage.