Although it is quite joyful to have a baby, however a mother may experience sever types of the cramps which can be highly unpleasant for the mothers who are going to deliver the babies. Although minor type of the cramps are the part of the normal pregnancy phenomena but the sever cramps can really turn the mother into a great pain. As it is due to the fact that body has to adapt according to the position and the condition of the baby in the belly so it can cause cramps. The main reason for such types of the cramps is baby.
As the size of the bay increases in the body so the uterine has to be stretched to accommodate the baby, so it can result in the cramps as the ligaments in this case can also be affected.
During the first stages of the pregnancy the embryo attaches him to the uterine wall which can also result in the cramps. Cramping caused by the miscarriage is the most severe and painful of all the reasons as it can set the mother in great pain. But sometimes normal cramps in the body of the pregnant woman are also confused with the irregular cramps. Continue reading “Cramping During Pregnancy”
Everyone knows that vitamins are a very important part of staying healthy, and for a pregnant woman, vitamins are even more important to make sure that they stay healthy and so does the newborn they are carrying. Using a pregnancy vitamin is the best way to make sure that you get the nutrients that you and your baby need when you are pregnant. This vitamin can help with deficiencies that are found in pregnant women such as vitamins B and folic acids, both of which are very important to the development of the baby and the health of the mother.
Taking a pregnancy vitamin is very important, one of the most important vitamins that pregnant women need is folic acid. When folic acid is taken in the first four weeks of being pregnant it will help to reduce the risk of the newborn having a problem with their spinal column, by almost seventy percent.
Since folic acid is one pregnancy vitamin that is very useful at the beginning of the pregnancy most doctors will recommend that any woman trying to conceive increase their folic acid intake even before pregnancy to help ensure that when they do conceive all the benefits from the early stages are gotten. Continue reading “Prenatal Vitamins”
Spotting during pregnancy, although it may spook many new moms, is a normal part of pregnancy. According to a study done by Columbia Presbyterian hospital, spotting occurs in about 30 percent of women within their first trimester. This is often caused by implantation, the process where the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine lining.
Bleeding due to implantation can often occur before a woman knows she is pregnant, or it can occur afterwards. However, implantation can happen anywhere from 6-12 days after possible conception. The spotting is usually lighter than the flow of bleeding found in menstrual cycles.
Cervical polyp is another potential cause of spotting in the first two trimesters of pregnancy, this occurs due to a harmless growth on the cervix that can appear due to higher levels of estrogen. Continue reading “Spotting During Pregnancy”