Pregnancy is an experience unforgettable for others, the most awaited moment by many women, but being a new mom comes with a cluster of doubts and uncertainties that are totally normal. There are so many changes, that we are going to answer some of the questions most common.
After the test yielded a positive when do you go to the doctor?
- It is necessary to go immediately to the gynecologist to penalties you've received your positive pregnancy test, blood test or ultrasound.
- The specialist will indicate the performance of other tests to confirm the pregnancy and determine the gestational weeks.
- You will start with the control perinatal from the first appointment.
When you are going to feel the baby?
- Pregnant women first begin to notice your baby's movements since week 18 or 20 of gestation.
- Initially you will feel a slight tingling or tingling in the womb.
- During the following weeks the movement will be more accurate and you will be able to determine if it is hitting with one leg, manito, or head.
How do you know if something is not okay during pregnancy?
When present irregularities such as:
- Fever more than 38°C.
- Heavy bleeding with severe pelvic pain.
- In the first weeks it is normal to have slight bleeding, by the coupling of the embryo, but you should go to the doctor when this is excessive.
Can you make sport?
- During pregnancy it is necessary to the physical exercise of the mother, although this should be done moderately.
- Routines where you have to jump, run, make forces or lift too much weight, must be left for later.
- It is ideal to practice yoga, Pilates, swimming and walking for at least 15 minutes per day.
How to avoid eating?
- Meat or raw or undercooked foods.
- Limit the consumption of caffeine.
- Control the sodium, fat, and meals of the street.
How do you know when you're in labor?
- The first sign of labor is contractions; abdominal pain or lower back that goes in-progress in terms of intensity and frequency.
- Breaking of the bag or amniotic sac.
- Loss of the mucous plug.