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What is C-Section? A c-section or cesarean section is the delivery of the baby using surgery. A C-section is recommended if a vaginal birth is not possible or if it is not safe. What are the Causes of C-Section? A C-Section is usually done when: There is any complication in delivery. If you have any problem with placenta. If the mom’s health condition is very bad. If the mom had a previous cesarean. If you have infections in the birth canal. If it is a premature birth. If there is multiple pregnancy. If there is excessive vaginal bleeding. If there is any complication in the size or position of the baby. If the labor is not progressing. Is C-Section safe? In usual cases C-section is safe for both mom and baby. If there is any problem, C-section can be complicated. Some of the risks of c-section include: Excessive Bleeding Infection – There is chance of getting infection on wounds or womb in c-section. Blood clots in legs is commonly seen after C-section. In some cases there is a risk of small cuts on the baby. Normally with experienced doctors, you might not face such issues. Why do I need C-Section? […]
Pelvic pain is a common condition faced by many women during their pregnancy. You can experience it during any stage of pregnancy. Your body produces a substance called relaxin when you are pregnant which softens the ligaments connecting your joints. This pain experienced in the back and front of your pelvis is also termed as Pelvic Girdle Pain. Pelvic Girdle Pain is not harmful for babies. Causes of Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy The causes of pelvic pain may vary according to the stages of pregnancy. Some of the common causes can be: PGP is usually caused when the joints in the pelvis move unevenly. Cysts in the Ovary Overweight Hormonal change History of Lower Back Pain Constipation Weight of the baby Symptoms of Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy Different women experience different symptoms of pelvic pain. Some common symptoms are: Back Ache Worsening pain in legs, thighs or knees while walking, standing or during any day to day activities Pain in Pubic Area (Pressure or Stress) Clicking or Grinding in the Pelvic Area Difficulty in Turning Sides while Sleeping. Difficulty in Getting Up Suddenly. Share with your midwife, doctor or physiotherapist and get proper advice to control the pain. The discomfort […]
For healthy pregnancy, you don’t require to overeat. A healthy balanced diet is what you need. Same ways, it is also not a time when you should go on a diet. Regarding the calorie intake, you don’t need any extra calories during the first and second trimester. However, this intake increases by around 200 calories per day during the third trimester or as suggested by the doctor. These figures might differ depending upon your BMI levels. Most of the women feel to eat less during their first trimester due to morning sickness, nausea that they face. Their diet turns into a normal diet during the second trimester and might increase during third trimester due to the increase in the requirement of your fetus. In order to avoid increasing too much weight during your pregnancy, its important that you define your food intake. Ensure to include more of proteins, fruits and vegetables, dairy etc. and avoid the intake of unwanted fats.