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Early Pregnancy Symptoms Not To Ignore

28th January 2022
"The majority of the symptoms that women experience throughout pregnancy are natural, even if they are unpleasant."

The majority of the symptoms that women experience throughout pregnancy are natural, even if they are unpleasant.

Although true issues are uncommon, it's still smart to be prepared. Read on to learn about common pregnancy symptoms you shouldn't ignore and should report to your doctor.

Persistent or severe vomiting

Vomiting, along with nausea, is a common symptom in the first trimester. It's more generally referred to as "morning sickness," but it doesn't always show up in the morning!

If your morning sickness is severe (and it's accompanied by other symptoms like dizziness or bloody vomit), you may have hyperemesis gravidarum, a rare disease that necessitates medical treatment.

If you suffer vomiting after the first trimester, see your doctor to rule out anything serious and get treatment for nausea.

Dizziness or faintness

Early in your second trimester, feeling lightheaded is a common symptom. You may become dizzy later in pregnancy as a result of circulation issues or low blood sugar levels.

Consult your doctor if your dizziness persists; if you feel faint or actually faint; or if your dizziness is accompanied by other symptoms such as blurred vision, vaginal bleeding, headaches, or abdominal discomfort so that a cause can be discovered and addressed.

Vaginal spotting

Spotting, also known as implantation bleeding, is common early in pregnancy.

However, spotting or bleeding may occur as a result of a more dangerous condition, such as ectopic pregnancy, a molar pregnancy, or cervical infection.

If the spotting is severe and is followed by additional symptoms like the stomach or pelvic pain, excessive lightheadedness, or shoulder pain, see your doctor.

Urge to pee or burning sensation while you urinate

It could be an indication of a urinary tract infection(UTI) if you have an increased urge to pee but only a few drops come out, or if you get a burning sensation while urinating.

Fever, chills, and blood-tinged urine are further signs of a UTI. To avoid problems, your doctor will be able to diagnose your symptoms and treat the bacterial infection.

Remember that frequent urination is a common pregnancy symptom in the first trimester and later in pregnancy as your baby grows and presses on your bladder.

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Foods and Beverages to Avoid during Pregnancy

29th November 2021
"​It is important for a pregnant woman to have a healthy and balanced diet that includes a lot of fruits and vegetables and also when you’re pregnant, it’s essential to avoid foods and beverages that may put you and your baby at risk."

​It is important for a pregnant woman to have a healthy and balanced diet that includes a lot of fruits and vegetables and also when you’re pregnant, it’s essential to avoid foods and beverages that may put you and your baby at risk. Here are tips and a list of some food and beverages that you should avoid during your pregnancy.

Sprouted Potato

Sprouted Potato is not only dangerous for pregnant women but for everyone out there. Sprout contains various toxins, harmful to the health of the mother and her baby.


Moreover, this can be very dangerous for the growth of the baby.


Pineapple juice is commonly used at the time of delivery to make the process fast and easy. But do you know it is really harmful to pregnant women?  Pineapple contains bromelain, which can make uterine muscle smooth and might lead to unfortunate problems to occur.


Moreover, it is more dangerous during the first three months of your pregnancy. So, you should reduce the intake of pineapple juice and stay healthy.

Animal Liver

We all know that animal liver is nutritious and also contains high amounts of vitamin A and cholesterol but do you know it can harm pregnant women?

Animal liver

Animal liver might contain toxins if the liver is taken from an infected or a sick animal. So you need to be very careful and take caution.

Raw eggs 

Raw eggs can be contaminated with bacteria and might cause infections to the women. Some of the symptoms of the infection are fever, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, and diarrhea.

Raw eggs

However, in rare cases, the infection may cause cramps in the uterus, leading to premature birth or stillbirth. So it is better to avoid raw eggs during your pregnancy.


We all love caffeine but our bodies don’t. Caffeine is absorbed very quickly and passes easily into the placenta. Because babies and their placentas don’t have the main enzyme needed to metabolize caffeine, high levels can build up.


Also, High caffeine intake during pregnancy restricts fetal growth and increases the risk of low birth weight at delivery.

Moreover, pregnant women should avoid caffeine, and also other people should reduce their intake of caffeine to stay healthy.

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Symptoms You Shouldn't Ignore During Pregnancy

27th December 2021
"Symptoms can appear at any time during pregnancy which isn't necessarily a good sign every time."

Symptoms can appear at any time during pregnancy which isn't necessarily a good sign every time.

Here are some symptoms you shouldn’t ignore during your pregnancy to be safe and keep your baby safe:

Baby Moving Less Often

Baby moving

If you see an irregular moving or moving less in the behavior of the child inside you that doesn't seem appropriate, you should see your doctor as soon as possible.

When your kid starts kicking and punching inside of you, it's a big relief as well as a sign of joy for you that everything is OK.

Furthermore, the power and frequency of kicks can be used as a non-invasive technique to monitor the baby's health. It's crucial to keep track of his kicks since you'll be able to tell whether they're becoming less frequent or intense.

Moreover, it's common for the baby to be unable to kick about as much as previously in the later stages of pregnancy.



Though itching is a frequent symptom of pregnancy due to stretched skin and the elimination of vital fluids from the body sometimes itchiness may indicate liver disease or even the presence of cholestasis during pregnancy.

Moreover, women do complain about itching, but only in a few cases does it begin to develop as a rash, which can become severe and resemble red dots all over.

These are sometimes limited to a certain place, but if the itching spreads throughout your body, it is preferable to see a doctor as soon as possible.

Swollen Hands or Face

Swollen hands

Pregnant women have a completely different concept of swelling than non-pregnant women. First and foremost, the belly is growing larger by the day.

A little puffiness is considerable but the face and hands require special attention. If those appear to be significantly swollen, or even your ankles, the risks of hypertension due to pregnancy and even eclampsia are rather high which needs to be shown to the doctor as soon as possible.

Breathing Becomes Shorter and Difficult


The enlarging uterus can place strain on your diaphragm and lungs, making it difficult to breathe properly or take deep breaths.

Moreover, shortness of breath, on the other hand, may be related to a problem with the lungs or the heart, which should be checked by your doctor if it occurs earlier.

Backache and Intense Pain in the Abdomen

Abdomen pain

Any acute pain in the abdomen that is chronic and is accompanied by bleeding or other symptoms necessitates medical treatment.

Also, a strong backache that does not go away despite treatment may not be natural.

You need to see your doctor as soon as possible as they can examine you for signs of a bladder or kidney infection, as well as a probable miscarriage.

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