• 5 Tips for Getting Pregnant Faster
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    5 Tips for Getting Pregnant Faster

    To increase the fertility rate and get pregnant faster, you can adopt some simple strategies like investing in intimate contact during the fertile period, eating more wheat germ, and remaining lying down after ejaculation.

  • What Can Happen After Abortion
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    What Can Happen After Abortion

    Abortion in Brazil can be carried out in case of pregnancy caused by sexual abuse, when the pregnancy puts a woman’s life at risk, or when the fetus has anencephaly and in the latter case the woman must turn to…

  • 7 Reasons Not to Smoke during Pregnancy
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    7 Reasons Not to Smoke during Pregnancy

    Smoking puts the health of the pregnant woman at risk but also damages the baby, so 7 reasons not to smoke during pregnancy include: The risk of miscarriage is higher, especially during the first 3 months of pregnancy; The baby is more…

  • Treatment for Cytomegalovirus in Pregnancy
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    Treatment for Cytomegalovirus in Pregnancy

    Treatment for cytomegalovirus in pregnancy can be done with antiviral drugs such as acyclovir or valaciclovir or with immunoglobulin injections in the case of pregnant women who were first contaminated during pregnancy. However, there is as yet no consensus on the…

  • How It Is Possible to Get Pregnant during Pregnancy
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    How It Is Possible to Get Pregnant during Pregnancy

    Overcrowding is a condition where the woman impregnates twins but not exactly at the same time, having a few days of difference in conception. Usually this happens in women who are performing some treatment to get pregnant, such as the use…

  • Advantages of Normal Birth for Mother and Baby
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    Advantages of Normal Birth for Mother and Baby

    Normal delivery is the most natural way to give birth but many women are afraid of pain, however, it is possible to have a normal delivery completely painless, through epidural anesthesia or using other non-pharmacological methods such as bath, ,…

  • How to Lose Belly After Pregnancy
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    How to Lose Belly After Pregnancy

    To decrease the amount of body fat after pregnancy, it is recommended to follow a hypocaloric diet and do exercises that strengthen the abdomen and back to improve posture while avoiding back pain, which is very common after the baby’s…

  • What is Uterine Cervical Insufficiency
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    What is Uterine Cervical Insufficiency

    Failure of the cervix is ​​when the cervix is ​​less than 2.5 cm during pregnancy, which can have serious complications such as increased risk of miscarriage or preterm delivery.

  • 5 Good Reasons to Exercise in Pregnancy
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    5 Good Reasons to Exercise in Pregnancy

    The pregnant woman should do at least 30 minutes of exercise a day and at least 3 times a week to keep fit during pregnancy, send more oxygen to the baby, prepare for childbirth and facilitate recovery after childbirth.

  • Pregnancy

    What Can Cause Increased Amniotic Fluid

    The increase in the amount of aminobic fluid, also known as polyhydramnios, is in most cases related to the infant’s inability to absorb and swallow the liquid in normal amounts. However, the increase in amniotic fluid may also occur due to…

  • What to Do in Case of Decreased Amniotic Fluid
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    What to Do in Case of Decreased Amniotic Fluid

    If there is little amniotic fluid in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy, the most important thing to try to minimize the problem, besides resting, is to increase the fluid intake, always keeping the urine light, in an attempt to…

  • Vitamins for Pregnant Women
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    Vitamins for Pregnant Women

    Vitamins for pregnant women are supplements to ensure the health of the mother and baby during pregnancy, preventing anemia, reducing the risk of defects in the baby’s neural tube, preventing bone loss, helping in the formation of DNA and fetal…

  • How to Treat Anemia in Pregnancy
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    How to Treat Anemia in Pregnancy

    Anemia in pregnancy should be treated with the intake of foods rich in iron and folic acid, such as meats, liver steak and dark green vegetables, in addition to medications supplemented with iron.

  • Risks of Stress in Pregnancy for Baby
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    Risks of Stress in Pregnancy for Baby

    The stress of the pregnant woman can harm the baby due to changes in the woman’s body, such as changes in appetite, sleep, increased blood pressure and weakening of the immune system, which increases the chances of infections in the…

  • How Fibroids Can Affect Pregnancy
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    How Fibroids Can Affect Pregnancy

    Generally, the woman can get pregnant even if she has a fibroid, and this does not usually bring risks to the mother or the baby. However, when the woman becomes pregnant with a myoma, it can cause bleeding due to…

  • How to Identify Mucosal Plug
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    How to Identify Mucosal Plug

    The mucous plug is a thick, whitish discharge that is released up to 2 weeks before the baby is born, being one of the first signs of labor.