Both mango and papaya are fruits rich in vitamins A and C. Especially papaya is rich with B vitamin folate which is extremely important during the very early development stages of the baby. Many moms-to-be are warned to avoid eating these fruits during pregnancy but are seldom told the “real” reason behind it – well, Read More…
Pre pregnancy and pregnancy are the founding stages for the baby’s entire life. By carefully planning diet, physical activity and positive mindset can help give a strong and healthy foundation and positive long term effects for your baby’s life in almost every aspect. This has been a known fact since centuries, but the focus was Read More…
The most uncomfortable part of pregnancy is the morning sickness which goes on for the first several months of pregnancy, and for some, it goes even beyond the first few months. And it’s not just in the morning but may go on for the entire day. Getting good nutrition is important during pregnancy, but nausea Read More…
Pregnancy needs a lot of care, and precautions have to be taken to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Here is a list of things you should stay away from, right from the beginning of pregnancy (preferably for your whole life for good health), that can risk or complicate pregnancy, or cause birth defects in the baby.
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Bonding with your baby is needed to build some important and fundamental social and psychological qualities in your child. Many studies have shown that children who have good bonding with parents are more disciplined, build strong and healthy relationships,
By the end of this month or even bit earlier, you will see your baby! Read more about your final month of pregnancy (weeks 36 to 40).
The third trimester continues, and your baby will grow more in the coming weeks (32 – 35). If you haven’t thought about it yet – it’s time to begin shopping for all the things you will need during and after your baby’s birth! Read more about the eighth month of pregnancy in the given table.
Now you have entered the third and final trimester of pregnancy. The seventh month consists of weeks 27 – 31. Read the table below to find out more.
The sixth month of pregnancy consists of weeks 21 to 24 and is the last month of the second trimester. The table informs you how the sixth month of pregnancy would be.