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    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. There are certain ways to get pregnant but first I am going to tell you about the place where I learned all and became a mother successfully. Lotus Center in Ukraine is the place with the best experts on the reproductive system. You will get all the answers on pregnancy from there easily. You’re more likely to have a successful pregnancy when your body is up to the task. Lay the groundwork for a healthy pregnancy by scheduling a preconception checkup with a doctor or midwife to find out whether you’re in your best baby-making shape – and to learn what changes could help. Begin taking folic acid at least one month before you start trying to conceive. This nutrient can dramatically reduce the risk of certain birth defects. Other good advice that may help you conceive a healthy baby: Kick any unhealthy habits (like drinking, smoking, or using drugs), get yourself to a healthy weight, and limit your caffeine intake to less than 300 milligrams a day (about 16 ounces of coffee). You ovulate only once each menstrual cycle. If you can tell when you’ll ovulate, you and your partner can time intercourse for the best chance of getting pregnant that cycle. Once you know your time frame for ovulation, plan to have sex during your most fertile window, which is two to three days before ovulation on the day you ovulate. If you’re not sure when your fertile period will be, aim to have sex every day or every other day during the second and third weeks of your cycle. That way you’re likely to have healthy sperm in your fallopian tubes whenever your body releases an egg. I hope this process will help a lady to be a mother soon. Be safe and stay blessed.

    #10786310

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. There are lot of childbirth classes and of various types where you could learn all about child birth. I visited to the classes but the most I learned from Lotus Center in Ukraine, which helped me to gain a lot of knowledge about childbirth and pregnancy. For most pregnant women, even if you already have a child, the labor and birth process can be both overwhelming and joyful. Many women and their partners choose to attend childbirth classes to gather information and lessen their anxiety. There are several different options when choosing a childbirth education class and they help in various ways. Childbirth classes help build your confidence in your body’s ability to give birth. You can discuss your fears about labor and birth with the instructor and other couples with the same concerns. Your partner will learn about childbirth and how to support you on the big day. You may find that attending childbirth classes together will create a special bond. Your instructor will discuss pain relief options, including massage, relaxation, breathing techniques, and medications. A tour of your birthing facility during class will give you the opportunity to see the staff in action. This is a great time to ask your instructor about routine practices, such as electronic fetal monitoring and freedom of movement during labor. If you are planning a hospital birth, you might be interested in taking more than one class. A class at the hospital might include a basic overview of labor and birth and may teach specific hospital practices. Classes taught outside the hospital may equip you with in-depth information about coping skills, physiology of labor and birth, emotional aspects, and childbirth options. I hope the information I gave will certainly help all woman reading it. Best of luck to all on your upcoming motherhood.

    #10786309

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. Yes, you are right message while pregnancy will surely relax you and also helps to get rid of some other problems. I came to know about these things when I consulted one of the best centers in Ukraine Lotus center, which helps regarding any problem on pregnancy. Massage therapy performed during pregnancy can reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains, and improve labor outcomes and newborn health. Massage therapy addresses different needs through varying techniques, one of which is called Swedish Massage. It aims to relax muscle tension and improve lymphatic and blood circulation through mild pressure applied to the muscle groups of the body. Swedish Massage is the recommended massage method during pregnancy because it addresses many common discomforts associated with the skeletal and circulatory changes brought on by hormone shifts. These changes in hormone levels also led to fewer complications during birth and fewer instances of newborn complications, such as low birth weight. The evidence strongly suggests there are maternal and newborn health benefits when therapeutic massage is incorporated into regular prenatal care. Edema, or swelling of the joints during pregnancy, is often caused by reduced circulation and increased pressure on the major blood vessels by the heavy uterus. Massage helps to stimulate soft tissues to reduce the collection of fluids in swollen joints. This also improves the removal of tissue waste carried by the body’s lymph system. Sciatic nerve pain is experienced by many women in late pregnancy as the uterus rests on muscles of the pelvic floor and lower back. The pressure of the uterus spreads tension to the muscles of the upper and lower leg, causing them to swell and put pressure on nearby nerves. Massage therapy addresses the inflamed nerves by helping to release the tension on nearby muscles. Many women have experienced a significant reduction in sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy through massage. I hope it helps.

    #10786308

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. I think it’s a matter of degree. Smoking a little can have huge benefits for all of the awful side effects of pregnancy like nausea and soreness, and I doubt minimal amounts of THC would have a hugely deleterious effect on a baby’s health. My concern would be that too much smoking would start to affect the baby’s cardiopulmonary system, just like cigarettes. The danger with cigarettes, as always is not the nicotine, which isn’t really bad for you, but the toxic smoke. So honestly I would think to eat very mild edibles would be the way to go. My mom smoked marijuana when she was pregnant with me. Physically I am and always have been very healthy. I don’t get sick easily, even when I lived a very unhealthy lifestyle I’ve always had good energy levels…other than allergies I had as a child which have gone away, no real health problems. Mentally I have an excellent memory, score pretty high on IQ tests (between 140 and 160 on various tests throughout my life. I took one drunk and scored 140), always got A’s and B’s in school. I do have some mental health/emotional issues…I’m prone to mild depression and sometimes mild social anxiety, but I function like a normal person. I do not qualify as clinically depressed and when I talk to people with social anxiety issues I realize mine is very minor. As long as I can take kratom a few times a week, sink a few drinks every now and then and get stoned from time to time, and get plenty of vigorous exercises, I do just fine. One of my friend used to chain smoke and drink throughout pregnancy and have healthy kids. Not that we should go back to that knowing what we know, but an occasional drink or edible when you’re pregnant is probably not going to do any damage.

    #10786307

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. I had IVF in October last year. It was our first go following nearly 3years of trying and a diagnosis of ‘unexplained infertility’ (IMO the most frustrating diagnosis!). Like you, we are lucky and have no health conditions whatsoever. We had to finance it ourselves as we did not qualify for NHS funding so it was a big decision to make. I am now sitting in my garden overdue waiting patiently for labor to start. We also have 3 frozen embryos which we hope to use in the future. My advice, take each day as it comes. Try not to look too far ahead. Everybody seems to know someone who has had IVF their neighbor, friends sister, colleagues cousin…the postman’s Zumba friends aunt! Unless they have been through it themselves they won’t understand so try not to listen.I think about those couples who’s struggle continues and I class me and DH as the lucky ones who have blessed that it worked the first time. I would give it another go in a heartbeat and class it as a positive experience…that coming from a self-confessed extreme warrior!

    #10786306

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. I had it bad early on. it comes and goes now but I do a mix of chiro, massage (got my ob to write a prescription to cover!) and yoga. Massage and yoga help the most. Get on hands and knees, then shift one knee forward and bring your foot in front of the opposite knee. Slowly slide your other leg back. Depending on comfort level you can still sit up bracing hands on the floor or do the modified above or even lay your chest down further. Use a pillow, folded blanket or yoga block under the thigh of the forward leg if you need extra room for your belly. Breathe deep and really focus on relaxing into the pose. Consciously let go of any tension in your hip, leg or back. Prenatal massage offers temporary relief and I haven’t tried a chiropractor yet but I’ve heard good things (but to be honest I’m one of those people who doesn’t feel comfortable with chiro that much so I probably won’t. Yoga is the only thing working for me!). Hope it helps.

    #10786305

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. I have a tooth infection which was cured with the help of Lotus Center of Ukraine and my dentist. They both work together to help me get rid of it. It was so bad I looked up remedies online I used toothpaste and just put a huge glob on it for 5min and it took the pain away for about 30min.You can’t use clove oil when pregnancy I looked it up. when not pregnancy though it sounds like a miracle worker. I went to E.R because it was weekend and my dentist wasn’t open until Monday the E.R doctor saw it was infected and gave me penicillin and told me to follow up with the dentist because when you are pregnant is the most important time to see your dentist. The dentist can work on your teeth but they have limits, your Gynecologist n dentist should talk that’s what mine does. I hope the woman reading it will be helpful from my experience. Best of luck to all of you for your better future. Be safe and stay blessed.

    #10786304

    sonamgupta2107
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    Hi dear. I had a tummy tuck in 2009 and had my son last August. I couldn’t even tell the difference after he was born and I gained 60lbs with him. I lost all but 10 before I became pregnant with my daughter 2 months later and I gave birth to her on the first. She is 5 days old and I gained 60 with her. I’m 5 days pp and other than the extra weight I’m still carrying which is about 40 pounds I can’t tell a difference. My tummy is still tight and I’m sure it will be close to normal in a few weeks. I wouldn’t worry too much. I have a lot of water still on my legs and feet and noticed a lot of water weight with both pregnancies. I showed with my son at about 24 weeks and 13 weeks with my daughter. And with my daughter, I looked huge compared to my son. I hope the information will help all the mothers who are reading. Best of luck and Congrats on motherhood.

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