During the webinar on Himalaya Baby Care’s Facebook page, renowned consultant obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Hema Divakar addressed a lot of such issues and allayed most of the fears.
I am sure, by now you must have gathered bits and pieces of information from friends, family and through Internet on what-to-eat during pregnancy.
Most people who know me also know what a big freak I am when it comes to maintaining personal hygiene.
All pregnant women wish for a normal delivery and, therefore, it is important to be informed about every aspect related to pregnancy. Here are some FAQs that will prepare you for the d-day.
The 35th week of pregnancy is an exciting time, especially for first-time mothers.
Stress hormones play a huge role in the development of your unborn child. These hormones hit the roof when you are stressed or depressed.
Pregnancy can be tough, yet it is filled with joy and excitement. Your body undergoes a number of changes during this time.