It's always surreal to witness your unborn child in such a life-like state. Seeing this develops a bond with the parents who are excitedly anticipating the arrival of their child and this has been made feasible in a highly realistic way thanks to 3D and 4D scans. Photo Credit: BabyCenter
Photo Credit: BabyCenter During pregnancy, it is important to monitor the kind of foods you eat. Some foods can be dangerous to the health of the mother and the fetus. It is important to take note of the health of your fetus which is why figuring out how your pregnancy diet is important.
Photo Credit: BabyCenter At 13 weeks you are already in the final week of your first trimester. During this period, you begin to feel certain changes in your body. This is because your baby is also growing. Photo Credit: Flo Changes in the mother in the 13th week
Photo Credit: BabyCentre At week 12, you are in your third month and almost at the end of your first trimester. Your baby can open and close her hands and curl his toes this week. At this point, the arms and legs are still moving together.
You're not the only one who occasionally craves a relaxing body rub. A gentle laying on of hands is also highly calming and even therapeutic for babies. Photo Credit: Verywell Massaging your baby has numerous advantages from aiding your baby with digestive difficulties and teething pains, as well as enhancing his muscle growth, quieting him when he's irritable, and putting him to sleep.
Photo Credit: BabyCenter An infection that develops after a C-section is known as a post-cesarean wound infection. A bacterial infection in the surgical incision site is frequently the cause. Here are infections that can occur after a c-section delivery 1 Cellulitis Cellulitis is diagnosed when the tissue around the incision location begins to redden and swell causing inflammation.
Photo Credit: Verywell The linea nigra often known as the pregnancy line is a dark line on your abdomen during pregnancy and it usually appears after the first trimester. Although this line is a very common symptom of pregnancy, it can also be rare so if you don't see the line during your pregnancy, you are perfectly okay.
Photo Credit: Verywell At 22 weeks, you are in the fifth month of pregnancy and your baby has also reached a major milestone of exceeding the 1-pound mark. Baby Development in the 22nd week Photo Credit: BabyCenter 1 Hearing your own heartbeat Your baby may be able to hear sounds from inside your body including your breathing, heartbeat, and digestion, As your baby's hearing develops, the sounds heard becomes louder.
Pregnancy does not have to be the end of your career. Even though you may be forced to examine some things and make a few changes at your workplace, as a woman, you can manage to work even while pregnant. Photo Credit: BabyCenter Pregnancy may appear to be a full-time job in and of itself and being pregnant at work may appear to be too much to handle.
Photo Credit: Medical News Today At week 25, you are in your 6th month of pregnancy and you are currently in your third trimester of pregnancy. Your baby is beginning to move more frequently and may respond to touch or sound at this point. The baby is moving around a lot and sleeping a lot at this stage, which means the kid is healthy and doing well inside the womb.
Skin disorders are frequent in children as they grow older because their skin is still delicate and develops its defense against the microorganisms around them. Depending on where the skin issue affects the child, it can cause frustration and discomfort, and one of the common conditions that can affect a child is dandruff.
Photo Credit: BabyCenter Many pregnant women have shortness of breath, especially as the pregnancy advances. However, having problems breathing when pregnant is a sign that few women are aware of and it often comes as a shock. It is normal to have shortness of breath during pregnancy as your body changes.
Photo Credit: Medical News Today At week 40, you are at the final stage of your pregnancy. Hopefully, your brand-new baby will arrive this week. Whether that occurs or you become overdue, the journey ahead is brief. Although many pregnant women are ready for their pregnancy to conclude at this point, the emotions that accompany the reality of "the big day" can catch them off guard.
Photo Credit: 1MG It's important to get enough zinc when pregnant for you and your baby's health. Zinc is required for cell growth and brain development in your growing baby. This mineral also aids in the support of your immune system, the maintenance of your sense of taste and smell, and the healing of wounds.
Photo Credit: BabyCenter Avocados are high in potassium and folate, among other nutrients. These components are essential for the fetus' appropriate development and growth. Avocado is highly recommended and safe to consume throughout the third trimester of pregnancy because of the various amount of vitamins and minerals it contains.
Photo Credit: What to expect Congratulations! You made it through your second trimester and you are just 13 weeks away from your due date. During this week, the baby still has ample room within the womb to move around and take any posture. The exercises are more strenuous this week and the kicks you feel are more powerful than before and sometimes the infant develops a consistent sleep and wake-up cycle during the day by this week.
Photo Credit: Medical News Today Eggplants are high in carbs, proteins, vitamins, and minerals. They are popular all over the world due to their numerous health advantages. It offers vitamins including vitamin A and vitamin E which aid in the growth of the fetus.
Photo Credit: NBC News During pregnancy, the placenta plays a very important role, It gives oxygen and nutrition to a developing fetus. The placenta develops throughout pregnancy and connects to the uterine wall six to ten days after conception. For a healthy pregnancy, a healthy placenta is essential because the baby's growth may be affected if the placenta does not mature properly.
If you want to know your baby's gender, you'll almost certainly do so via an ultrasound. The ultrasound is usually done halfway during the pregnancy. It's called a fetal anatomy survey and it's done to check for fetal malformations not just to figure out your baby's gender.
Photo Credit: Cleveland Clinic Intercourse during pregnancy may appear to be a tricky issue. Being pregnant comes a slew of physical changes one of which is a boost in libido, and the libido of a pregnant woman will fluctuate a lot from the first to the third trimester.