When you are trying to be pregnant actively, the period of 2 weeks between ovulation and a menstrual cycle (or positive pregnancy test) could seem much longer. If you are like most other women, you will pay special attention to every craving, yawn, twinge and ache that the body has and wonder if it is a symptom of pregnancy.
Is it normal for a baby to have inverted nipples?
In general, a lot of babies are born with the inverted nipples. This is mainly because the tissue underneath does not growing and multiplying rapid enough to make their nipples to stick out. However, it usually changes when the babies age during childhood or adolescence.Continue Reading
What is a fetal doppler?
Generally, fetal doppler is a popular and non-invasive diagnostic device to monitor the fetus, including detecting and measuring the heart rate. Its operation is based on Doppler Effect, which emits and receive continuing ultra-sonic sound waves and then emits the shift or change in their pitch rate.Continue Reading
These days, blood test has gradually been popular for pregnant women. However, there are still a lot of questions related to it: Are the results reliable? Does blood tests hurt? What are the pros and cons? To answer these questions, we will show you basic information about blood test: What is it? How it works? So that you would well prepare for your pregnancy.Continue Reading
What is codeine?
For a lot of pregnant women, severe conditions such as SPD, sciatica or back pain could be a real problem that makes them feel annoying and uncomfortable. Therefore, they often need to take some medicine that would prevent or treat these issues. And codeine is one of the most popular choice during pregnancy.Continue Reading
Before giving birth to a baby, you would hear a lot of rumors and stories surrounding pregnancy. And predicting the gender of your kid in the early stage based on heart rate is one of them. If this number is below 140 beats per minute, you would have a boy. If it is above 140 beats per minute, you would have a girl. In fact, you could not predict the gender of your kid based on the heart rate.Continue Reading