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Choosing The Right Obstetrician To Birth Your Child

Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful things a woman experiences in her lifetime, but also the most mysterious. A woman is normally pregnant 9 months (40 weeks). In those 9 months, wonderful and not so wonderful things happen, as well as confusing things that are hard to explain. In this article, we will discuss what should happen month-by-month, week-by-week, and one trimester after the next. Hopefully with the following valuable information, you will be quite prepared for what is to come in your pregnancy.

Don’t travel in the later stages of pregnancy, without discussing it with your doctor, first. Be sure to bring your prenatal medical records along, in the event of a problem or accident.

Use your friends and family for some down home advice. Pregnancy is one of those things that everyone is happy to give you their two cents about. You have to take it all with a grain of salt, but there will be nuggets in there, that can help you have a much happier pregnancy.

Keep a record of how much weight you gain. Pregnant women are going to gain weight, but too much can be difficult to lose after the baby is born. On the other hand, not gaining the correct amount of weight can be dangerous for the baby’s development. Knowing what your weight is from week to week can help you make sure that you are on track for a healthy pregnancy.

When you are pregnant, ask your doctor to run the tests that will check to see if you have any sexually transmitted diseases. These diseases, if left untreated, can cause serious health issues for both you and the baby. Most sexually transmitted diseases are diagnosed using a pap smear or urine and blood tests. If you do have a sexually transmitted disease, you may need to have a C-section to protect your child.

If you are having trouble getting a full nights rest while pregnant, try taking a nap during the day. Taking a nap can help reduce fatigue. If you are feeling tired, find a quiet spot to relax and try to nap for as long as you can. You may not end up napping for hours but any little bit helps. Try to avoid napping close to bedtime as it will cause you problems when trying to fall asleep for the night.

Keep a food diary to track the foods you eat. This will help you to see whether you are lacking in any important areas of your diet. It will also be useful for taking to your doctor’s appointments for review as well.

All in all, pregnancy is an amazing, not so amazing, and mysterious experience. Women need to be prepared for pregnancy and know what to expect from it. Women also need to know how their baby is developing throughout the weeks of their pregnancy. With our month-by-month, week-by-week, and trimester-by-trimester breakdown of all the happenings of pregnancy, you will be enriched with all you need to know about your pregnancy!