Category Archives: Expecting

Getting to know that you are pregnant is one of the biggest joys a woman can know in a lifetime. We here help you figure out  those pregnancy signs early on before you get your first test done. You can find info on what to eat and what not to eat during pregnancy, ideal weight gain , how to calculate your BMI. Not only this, we also help you in one of the biggest joys of pregnancy, shopping and preparing for you baby’s arrival, whether it is clothes, bedding or bath supplies.
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Preeclampsia

Preeclampsia is also called pregnancy-induced-hypertension or toxemia. It means a condition where hypertension or high blood-pressure arises during pregnancy or post-partum period (initial 6 weeks post-partum). It usually develops late in pregnancy in late second or third trimester (after 20 weeks and more often after 32 weeks of gestation) and symptoms include sudden rise in blood-pressure, swelling and significant increase in protein in the

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Body Mass Index

BMI or Body Mass Index is a gross estimate for the amount of fat in your body. It is a number calculated from a person’s weight and height and applies to both men and women between ages of 18 to 65. BMI provides a reliable indicator of body fatness for most people and is used to screen for weight categories that may lead to health

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Weight Gain during Pregnancy

Weight Gain is normal, healthy and essential during Pregnancy. Most healthy women gain weight between 8kgs to 15kgs during pregnancy. Most of weight gain occurs during second and third trimester.


Home Pregnancy Test : A simple guide to understand HPT

What is HPT ? Home Pregnancy Test is an easy, inexpensive and relatively accurate method of diagnosing pregnancy. Once you encounter any or more of the symptoms listed in Early Pregnancy Signs , you can buy a home pregnancy test kit off the shelf from any medical store and check for it yourself before proceeding to a health center or clinic. It is extremely

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Diet Plan during Pregnancy

Diet is on top of every pregnant woman’s mind. Eating for two does not mean, you need to eat twice as much, but well-balanced diet with some extra calories for the development of the baby is required. Your body works extra-hard in making the baby and needs adequate energy as well as nutrition for the job.


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