Image: Shutterstock Diagnostic tests and scans usually go hand in hand with pregnancy. However, most scans occur way before your third trimester. So, when your doctor recommends a growth scan in the third trimester, anxiety is bound to creep in. While your concerns aren’t unwarranted, it may be necessary for you to undergo a growth scan during pregnancy. Read our post below to understand why you need to undergo a growth scan, and what purpose…"Growth Scan During Pregnancy – Everything You Need To Know"
Image : Shutterstock Pregnancy is a life-changing experience in many ways, and if you have just discovered that you are pregnant, you need to be even more alert about the do’s and don’ts. The first trimester of pregnancy, which comprises of roughly three months, is an important phase. You must be even more careful during this time, and follow certain safety precautions to ensure the proper growth and development of your baby. Precautions During First…"6 Best Precautions To Take During The First Trimester Of Pregnancy"
Image : Shutterstock We all face gas problem in our routine life; as a matter of proven fact, humans pass gas at least 14 times a day! The tendency of having gas problem increases when you are pregnant. You might often find yourself with the uneasy bloating, belching, burping along with miserable sensations in your stomach. Apart from being uncomfortable, it is embarrassing also. Is Gas Problem During Pregnancy Normal? On the whole gastric problem…"7 Effective Tips To Get Relief From ‚Gas Problem‘ During Pregnancy"
Image: Shutterstock Pregnancy is a delicate time, and you need to be careful about what you eat and drink. And although most moms experience intense pain and more discomfort than they normally do, they refrain from taking medications. It’s probably because some medicines are safe for pregnant women, while some can lead to nasty complications for you and your unborn baby. And, if you have a proclivity to migraine-induced attacks, they may become more severe…"Is Imitrex (Sumatriptan) Safe During Pregnancy?"