When you are single, you have all your friends to hang out with, and share some laughs and gossip with.
You are going to be a mom soon, in some months you will be holding your little bundle of joy! But, these 7 things that you do on daily basis should definitely be avoided while you are pregnant.
Every woman dreams to sail through the mesmerizing, magical and memorable phase pregnancy.
Travelling during your pregnancy can sometimes be stressful — but it doesn’t have to be.
As women we are very well-aware of the most common signs of pregnancy. Some of them are so common that they have become cliched scenes in Hollywood and Bollywood movies!
Pregnancy is, without doubt, amazing.
Those months when you are nurturing a new life inside of you is very crucial – physically, mentally and emotionally.
Still unsure whether you are pregnant or not? Or perhaps, didn’t get enough time to buy a commercial pregnancy test kit to check it?
Pregnancy – A Life-changing phase of a woman’s life. A heavenly roller-coaster journey filled with myriads of emotions and bodily changes.
We’re all familiar with the popular mother-and-child image. That archetype has been the subject of paintings, sculptures, and photographs from the Renaissance all the way up to modern times.
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.
It’s the joyful moment for a woman when she knows she is pregnant. An occasion filled with immense happiness of life.
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.
Changing the experience of delivering- This Delhi hospital says ‘yes’ to VBAC and normal deliveries and ‘no’ to C-Sec.
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.
Let’s be practical. No delivery is painless. Natural birth or C-section, no kind of labor is easy and any less than an accomplishment.
The placenta is nothing less than a miracle if you examine its importance during a pregnancy. It develops in the uterus and functions almost independently of your brain and the spinal cord.
There’s a TV series that is reaching its finale and you’ve dedicated some time just to sit back and watch it right from the opening credits.
Do you feel excited to welcome a new member to your family but in a matter of minutes you find yourself worried out of your mind about the added expenses and the responsibility that comes with having a baby?
Cravings in pregnant women are not unheard of and some of them can be quite unusual and erratic. According to a study, 85 percent of pregnant women agree to have specific cravings during this period.
Are you trying hard to cross over the threshold and step into the beautiful home of parenthood? Are you trying hard to conceive?
For an expecting mother, nutrition is a very vital component. Right from conception to the first six months of life, a baby’s nutritional need is linked to its mother.
Pregnancy and motherhood are indeed very beautiful experiences. Whether you are expecting a little bundle of joy or already undertaking a journey of nurturing a new life outside your body, you are in a period of immense exhilaration!
One of the major skin problems during and after pregnancy is the skin rash. I have had a lot of trouble with the itchy skin, especially around my belly and thigh area due to the stretching of my skin.
It sure is! Motherhood is a beautiful journey. It is full of so much love, respect, selflessness, and responsibilities.
On the day my husband turned 30, he had a lot to come to terms with. For starters, the fact that he was now on the other side of T-H-I-R-T-Y!
Post-delivery bleeding is also known as bleeding after pregnancy. Once you deliver your baby, this bleeding will occur and it is normal.
Expecting mothers often face a lot of do’s and don’ts to follow during their entire pregnancy.