• Baby Development 1 to 3 Weeks Gestation
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    Baby Development – 1 to 3 Weeks Gestation

    The first day of pregnancy is considered to be the first day of last menstruation, because most women can not know for sure when it was their most fertile day, nor is it possible to know when conception occurred since…

  • Baby Development 4 Weeks Gestation
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    Baby Development – 4 Weeks Gestation

    Development of the baby at 4 weeks gestation, which is the first month of pregnancy, is at full steam. The baby started this week being only 2 cells, but by the end of this week, it will already measure about 2…

  • Baby Development 5 Weeks Gestation
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    Baby Development – 5 Weeks Gestation

    The development of the baby at 5 weeks gestation, which is the beginning of the second month of pregnancy, is marked by the appearance of a groove in the back of the embryo, and a small protuberance that will be…

  • Baby Development - 8 Weeks Gestation
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    Baby Development – 8 Weeks Gestation

    The development of the fetus at 8 weeks gestation, which is 2 months pregnant, is usually marked by the discovery of pregnancy and the onset of symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, especially in the morning.

  • How to Make Intimate Hygiene During Pregnancy Correctly
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    How to Make Intimate Hygiene during Pregnancy Correctly

    Intimate hygiene in pregnancy deserves special attention on the part of the pregnant, because with the hormonal changes, the vagina becomes more acidic, increasing the risk of infections such as vaginal candidiasis that can lead to premature labor.

  • List of Tests for Pregnant Women Over 35
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    List of Tests for Pregnant Women over 35

    The list of tests for pregnant women over 35 years old is slightly longer than that of the younger women, because from this age there is a greater risk of miscarriage or complications in the mother or baby.

  • How to Treat Cold Sores in Pregnancy
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    How to Treat Cold Sores in Pregnancy

    Cold sores in pregnancy do not pass on to the baby and do not detract from their health but should be treated as soon as they arise to prevent the virus from passing into the woman’s intimate region, causing genital…

  • Risks of Getting a Tattoo in Pregnancy
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    Risks of Getting a Tattoo in Pregnancy

    Getting a tattoo during pregnancy is contraindicated, as there are several risk factors that can affect the development of the baby as well as the health of the pregnant woman.

  • Best Clothing for Pregnancy
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    Best Clothing for Pregnancy

    Wearing knit and cotton clothes is the best option to use in pregnancy, because they are soft and stretchy fabrics, adapting to the silhouette of the pregnant, maintaining a beautiful and elegant body even when the belly is already big. However,…

  • Key Factors That Lead to a Risky Pregnancy
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    Key Factors That Lead to a Risky Pregnancy

    Having diabetes or hypertension, being a smoker or having a twin pregnancy are some situations that lead to a risky pregnancy, because the chances of having complications are higher and so in many cases the woman has to go to…

  • High-risk Pregnancy Care
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    High-risk Pregnancy Care

    In high-risk pregnancies, it is important to follow the recommendations and guidelines of the obstetrician, such as rest, balanced diet or medication intake so that gestation runs without complications for the mother and the baby.

  • Does Pregnancy Hurt Your Baby
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    Does Pregnancy Hurt Your Baby?

    Yellowish, brownish, greenish, white or dark during pregnancy may harm the baby if they are not properly treated. This is because they can lead to premature rupture of membranes, premature labor, low birth weight and even some infection in the baby.

  • How Many Pounds You Can Gain in Pregnancy
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    How Many Pounds You Can Gain in Pregnancy

    The woman can gain between 7 and 15 kg during the nine months or 40 weeks of gestation, always depending on the weight she had before she became pregnant. This means that the woman should gain about 2 kg in the…

  • Menstruation in Pregnancy
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    Menstruation in Pregnancy

    In case of menstruation during pregnancy, it is important to go to the doctor to perform tests that can identify possible changes, such as ectopic pregnancy or detachment of the placenta, which can cause this bleeding.

  • How Antidepressants Can Affect Pregnancy
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    How Antidepressants Can Affect Pregnancy

    The use of antidepressants does not prevent pregnancy, but may hinder the process of conception of the baby by causing irregularities in the menstrual cycle. On the other hand, antidepressants can also cause malformations in the baby and increase the risk…

  • Stem Cells for Cryopreservation
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    Stem Cells for Cryopreservation

    Cryopreservation serves to freeze embryonic stem cells that can be used to treat various diseases. The technique is to freeze these cells at very low negative temperatures, about -196 ° C, allowing them to be available anytime for 20 or 25…

  • Risks of Appendicitis in Pregnancy
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    Risks of Appendicitis in Pregnancy

    Appendicitis is a dangerous situation in pregnancy because its symptoms are slightly different and delayed diagnosis can break the inflamed appendix, spreading feces and microorganisms into the abdominal cavity, leading to a serious infection which puts the life of the…