Category: Pregnancy

Search pregnancy information week by week with images and learn how your baby will healthy. Being pregnant and welcoming a new soul in the world is one of the happiest feelings for a human being. Pregnancy offers the to-be-parents a great opportunity to get ready for parenthood physically, mentally and emotionally. Making well versed decisions about childbirth, newborn health & care and parenting practices is imperative for a healthy attachment-relationship between parents and kids.

Morning Sickness During Pregnancy Pregnant is very good feeling for any women but it also is to get a little baby. It is much very happiness .But also a big responsibility with is to bring big Problems. In this problems to face every women and to give a many sacrifice to the pregnancy. During pregnancy some women feel morning sickness…


Four Questions To Consider What’s the right birth control option for me: Choosing birth control is a personal choice, and the right method can change depending on the stage of your life and what you want for the future. Here are four questions to consider when wondering, “What is the option of birth control right…


How to use Safe Cosmetics During Pregnancy

To look smart, beautiful and glamorous is the natural desire of every woman. Even during pregnancy, women hardly avoid the use of cosmetics. For the adverse effects of cosmetics and cosmetics on your unborn child to read! Every woman, no matter young or old, wants to be beautiful, intelligent and beautiful. To do this, it…


Signs-of-Labor

  On television, babies are often born with a rush of emotion and swift action. The mother doubles over from the pain of a single contraction, and the baby appears before the commercial break. In reality, labor usually begins less dramatically. No one knows for sure what triggers labor — and every woman’s experience is…


Happy-Baby

You Baby’s Development After many weeks of anticipation and preparation, your baby is here! Or maybe not — only 5% of women deliver on their estimated due dates, and many first-time mothers find themselves waiting up to 2 weeks after their due date for their baby to arrive. A baby born at 40 weeks weighs,…


Pregnancy- Week-39

Your Baby’s Development Umbilical cords, which carry nutrients from the placenta to the baby, vary in size but average about 22 inches (55 cm) long and half an inch (1-2 cm) thick. Sometimes the umbilical cord can become wrapped around a baby’s neck. Generally, this doesn’t cause problems, although a cesarean delivery could be required…


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Your Baby’s Development Your baby weighs about 6 pounds, 6 ounces (2,900 grams) by now and measures about 13.4 inches (34 cm) in length from crown to rump. Fat is still accumulating, although growth is slower now. You may notice that your weight gain has decreased or ceased. Since your baby has had the muscles…


Pregnancy week 37

Your Baby’s Development This week, your baby is considered full-term! But your baby hasn’t stopped growing yet. He or she continues to develop fat at the rate of half an ounce (14 grams) a day. In general, boys weigh more than girls at birth. Your baby has developed enough coordination to grasp with the fingers….


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Your Baby’s Development The wrinkly, tiny fetus you may have seen on earlier ultrasounds has given way to an almost plump baby. There is fat on your baby’s cheeks, and powerful sucking muscles also contribute to your baby’s full face. Your baby now weighs a little under 6 pounds (2,721 grams). The bones that make…


Your Baby’s Development Your baby already weighs about 5 pounds, 5 ounces (2,400 grams), but this week begins your baby’s most rapid period of weight gain — about 8 to 12 ounces (226 to 340 grams) each week! Fat is being deposited all over your baby’s body, especially around the shoulders. Because of this increasing…