Pregnancy

In this section, you’ll find all you need to know about being pregnant, from the moment you find out you’re expecting a baby until it’s time to give birth. What are the first symptoms, what happens week after week, what changes your body will have, how to care for yourself, and how to have a healthy diet are some of the questions we’ll answer here, and this information will help you fully enjoy this wonderful phase.

Flu during pregnancy: how to treat it

Pregnant women have to take care of themselves more gently to avoid problems like cough and flu. When you find out that you’re going to become a mother, you need to take a few things into account that will help…

Bed Rest During Pregnancy

You may have been instructed to stay on bed rest during your pregnancy, which undoubtedly raises your stress and anxiety. You may be thinking you’ll gain more weight than normal since you can’t move around, and about how you’ll ever…

The Stages of Sex During Pregnancy

A couple’s sex life goes through some changes during pregnancy. Starting with the first trimester, couples will go through a series of stages that will have an impact on their sexual relationship. However, if all goes well, you can have…

10 Essential Apps For Pregnant Women

Pregnancy might be the most beautiful time that a woman experiences in her life. But it’s also important to keep track of many important things during this stage. Here are 10 apps for pregnant women which prove to be very…

Vanishing Twin Syndrome

There are particular disorders associated with twin pregnancies, such as vanishing twin syndrome. This disorder was first discovered in 1945. In many cases of double or multiple pregnancies, some of the fetuses disappear without us noticing immediately. We have often heard…

Emotional Education In The Womb

The lives of human beings is a miracle or a mystery that still hasn’t been fully explained. But it all starts in the womb. There in the belly of every mom, a baby receives from the placenta and umbilical cord…

6 Causes of Premature Contractions

If you’re at the beginning of your pregnancy and suddenly begin to feel abnormal abdominal activity, including a tightening or hardening of your uterus, you could be having premature contractions. If you are more than halfway through your pregnancy, this could…

Vomiting and Nausea During Pregnancy

Vomiting and nausea during pregnancy are especially common symptoms. Generally these types of experiences are associated with pregnancy even when the person isn’t pregnant. Vomiting and nausea are certainly uncomfortable to go through, and sometimes related to the health of…

Postpartum Recovery: Give Yourself a Year

How much time do you need to dedicate to your postpartum recovery? According to a study from the University of Salford in the UK, you must give yourself one year to fully recover after giving birth. Contrary to popular belief,…

12 Prenatal Stimulation Exercises

Although it seems strange, children begin to learn before they are even born, if they have good stimulation. During the third trimester, when the baby’s nervous system has developed and is ready to function, it’s time for mothers to perform…

How to Control Anxiety During Childbirth

Most women feel nervous when thinking about childbirth. Much of this anxiety is based on fears and myths. It’s important to know that, regardless of the circumstances, as a woman you have everything you need to give birth to a…

Quickening: The First Movements Your Baby Makes

From the day we find out about our pregnancy, we always believe we feel the baby moving. However, experts state that it is only after the 13th week that quickening occurs. Quickening is defined as the first set of movements produced…

What Is Implantation Bleeding?

Implantation bleeding is basically blood loss that occurs for some women when the embryo implants in the uterus at the beginning of pregnancy. It is not very common and when it occurs it can often be confused with menstruation. To…

5 Tricks For Relieving Itching During Pregnancy

A woman’s life completely changes during pregnancy. Her hormones, her body and even her mind appear totally different. She begins to experience important changes, particularly in her skin. In general, future mothers worry about handling all of the information about…