Planning for pregnancy2 Answers
Dear you should ideally wait to take a pregnancy test until the week after your missed period for the most accurate result. If you don't want to wait until you have missed your period, you should wait at least one to two weeks after you had sex. If you are pregnant, your body needs time to develop detectable levels of HCG... If you too tender you can see a gynaecologist once.
3 weeks pregnant mother2 Answers
Hello dear Nausea is common during pregnancy. It can occur at any time, day or night. Although unpleasant, it is considered a normal part of a healthy pregnancy.Try to drink plenty of water but have it in sips. Take small meals 6-7 times. Have something immediately once you get up even before leaving bed . Also you can prepare lemon and ginger water, which can be taken in sips through out the day.
23 year old
Hi... I had delivered baby girl on 6th march 2018 and after delivering nezt day i got severe pain on my pelvic area. After x ray got to know there is an gap in pelvic. it was very hard for me to do breastfeeding, so i purchased a breastfeeding pump so that baby can get the breast milk. But now m worrying whether the bottlr feeding is good for her?4 Answers
Hello \nIt's not too late if your ok to feed and ur pain is better then you can feed her ur self. Bottle feed allows alot of air to get into the baby while they suck it can cause phelm. The prolonged bottle use will cause nipple confusion. Your baby will stop taking your feed. Give ur baby ur milk. Even with pumping your milk supply decreases. Feed your baby it's the best.
25 year old
Hi dear friends, I have PCOS since I was a 15 years old. I am planning to get married. Will I have any issues in getting pregnant?2 Answers
Hi dear. There is nothing to worry about. If you have PCOS it does not mean that you will always have problems in conceiving. Some of the women do get problem in getting pregnant becuase PCOS causes some problem in hormone becuase of which issue comes. many women get pregnant after taking medicine for this problem, One of my friend has PCOS and she has two beautiful daughters. She did not have problems as such. Only thing is she was in continuous touch with her doctor. So when you also decide to conceive, take guidance from your doctor.
Hello Dear I am not sure you are expecting or you are a mother.. However, in pregnancy and after delivery vaccination is must for both mum and the child.. If you are pregnant, tetnus injection is compulsory, rest your gynaecologist will inform.. Depending upon your reports.. As far as baby is concerned, age wise list is as below, please refer to the same.. Birth-BCG,OPV 0,Hep-B 1 6 weeks-DTwP 1,IPV ,Hep-B 2,Hib 1,Rotavirus 1,PCV 1 10 weeks-DTwP 2,IPV 2,Hib 2,Rotavirus 2 ,PCV 2 14 weeks-DTwP 3,IPV 3,Hib 3,Rotavirus 3 ,PCV 3 6 months- OPV 1, Hep-B 3 9 months- OPV 2, MMR 1 9-12 months- Typhoid Conjugate vaccine 12 months- Hep-A 1 15 months-MMR 2,Varicella 1 16-18 months- PCV Booster,DTwP B1/DTaP B1,IPV B1,Hib B1 18 months-Hep-A 2 2 years-Typhoid Booster 4 -6 years- DTwP B2/DTaP B2,OPV 3,Varicella2,Typhoid Booster, 10- 12 years-Tdap/Td,HPV