Question: Hello meri marriage ko 4 year ho gaye hai par abhi tak conceive nahi ho raha
Answer: Aaap body shuddhikarn Karo yane punchkarm or Garbhasanskar meditation Karo use jaldi conceive hoga
Question: Meri shadi ko 5 saal ho gye hai but abhi tak baby conceive nahi ho pa raha hai
Answer: Hi, you should meet a gynac to check if there is any hormonal imbalance. You should also check if you have thyroid or pcod had it causes problem in conceiving.
Question: Main 6 th week pregnant hu mujhe bhut vomiting ho rhi hai ..kya krna chahiye ..dr ne first ultrasound k liye 6 th dec ko bola hai..tab tk mujhe kya krna chahiye
Answer: Hello dear, dont worry, ye problem mainly sab pregnant ladies k sath hoti hai. Aur ye mainly firdt three months tak rehti hai. But kisi kisi ladies ko ye problem complete pregnancy me hi rehti hai.
So, nausea ki. Problem k liye aap neeche hue tareeke aajmaye:
1. Jyada se jyada rest kijiye
2. Kam khaye pr jaldi jaldi khaye
3. Aap nimbu, adrak khaye
4. Khoob sara pani piye.
Question: hii i am 22weeks pregnant. i wish k meri normal delivry ho. Iske liye mujhe kya kya krna chahiye??
Answer: Hello! Here are some simple and easy tips that can help you have a safe normal delivery. They also help you glide through the labor pain and discomfort with ease.
Regular exercises: Doing mild exercises throughout pregnancy can help you build not only good stamina but also keep you active during this span. So, cultivate the habit of exercising regularly. Regular exercises with vitality can strengthen the pelvic muscles. Kegels are particularly helpful. The strong thigh muscles are helpful in combating the stress of labor pains. Pelvic stretches and tilts, deep squats, aquatic pregnancy exercises can open your hips and make your pelvic muscles stronger to enable you to have a normal delivery. Keep in mind to exercise under the supervision of an expert as wrongly done exercises can do harm to you and your baby. You can also try prenatal yoga, which increases flexibility and will help you have breathing control. Yoga will also keep you relaxed and calm. However, in the interest of your and the baby’s safety, always take prenatal exercises/yoga classes from an expert. Infact, you can do some simple exercises at home that can help you have a normal delivery
Refrain from stress: Stay away from stress, anxiety and too much contemplation. Your current phase requires you to stay cool and composed. There are times when avoiding stress is quite difficult still try to be calm. Read good books about parenting and be in the company of good, friendly people. Steer yourself clear from situations and people that make you anxious or cause you discomfort.
Practise right breathing techniques: Breathing exercises are very important as during the process of delivery you need to hold breath from time to time. Proper and sufficient oxygen supply is mandatory for enhancing growth of the baby. So, practice meditation and deep breathing exercises regularly. This way you will inch a step closer to having a normal delivery.
Refrain from hearing horror birth stories: Avoid hearing negative stories from women who already had babies is very important. Stay away from hear say and negative conversations.
Watch your diet: Eat properly and eat rightly. Nutrition is important not only for your health but also for the health and development of your baby. Food is essential for making your strong and for nourishing your body. A healthy and well nourished mother is capable of facing the challenges of labor easily and more comfortably. Drink a lot of water and eat a lot of green fresh vegetables and fruits. Where fruits and vegetables will nourish your body with essential nutrients, water will keep you hydrated and cool. However, you must keep a tab on your weight as well, as too much weight gain can interfere with your chances of having a normal delivery. Gaining just the recommended weight during pregnancy weight during pregnancy can pave the way for a normal delivery
Get prenatal and birthing information: Educate yourself well about the process of delivery and labor. Get information on natural pain management techniques like breathing, relaxation and other natural labor management coping techniques. You can ask your doctor to tell you more about delivery or can join prenatal classes to enhance your knowledge about the phenomenon of giving birth. Prenatal classes that cover labor pain management techniques would be particularly helpful. Such knowledge will help you shed all your apprehensions and fears about childbirth and you can have a safe and easy delivery. You can face delivery with a clear mindset.
Spend early labor at home: Labor is real hard work, and early labor is the beginning of an intense, exhausting process. Early labor can be long – especially for first time mothers, and if you drop to a hospital too soon, you will likely be sent back. Spend this time at home, relaxing your body and mind, and resting as much as you can. If this is your first child, you will not know what to expect when you go into early labor- hence getting information on the signs and symptoms is a must.
Consult a good doctor: Consult a good obstetrician and get your antenatal check-ups done regularly and routinely. Seek out someone who is into natural birth, avoid those whose C-section or epidural cases are higher. If you feel she is not responding you well, do not hesitate to find another cooperative doctor. Remember a good doctor can boost your morale and help you get rid of all your delivery fears. However, if you do not have any health concerns, make it a point to go for a low intervention pregnancy. Get only those tests done that are essential, and skip the optional ones. Remember, not every patient needs everything. The less you interfere with your pregnancy, the higher the chances of nature taking its way
Regular perineal massages: You need to have regular perineal massages done after the seventh month of pregnancy. It reduces stress, helps an expectant mother tackle labor efficiently and mitigates joint pains and muscular tensions
Adequate sleep and water: Sound and undisturbed sleep is essential for promoting proper growth and development of the baby. Keep the room dimly lit and noise-free to have a sound sleep. Avoid drinking tea or coffee two hours before going to bed in order to have uninterrupted sleep. Also, make sure you are drinking adequate water so as to prevent urinary tract infections which pregnant women are prone to. Water will also help prevent dehydration, and help with edema during pregnancy