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Things to Know

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Plan Table

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Getting Pregnant

One of the most wonderful experiences in a woman’s life, pregnancy is a labour of love and nurture. Before embarking on this journey, it is important to be in good health, physically, emotionally and mentally. Stay stress free, in healthy weight range, avoid drugs, alcohol, smoking and foods that are possible allergens and start any supplements that your doctor recommends.



Once you are Pregnant, follow the doctor’s advice. While it is best to be active, if you have been advised bed rest, stick to it. Indulge in light exercising, healthy eating and try not to gain more weight than recommended for that trimester. That having been said, every pregnancy is different and calls for a different approach. Instead of listening to Old Wives Tales, listen to what the doctor advises.


Your First Scan

While already confirmed, the first ultrasound scan is a milestone because it is the  that you can confirm if you are carrying one or more foetuses. It is also helpful in being more precise about your due date. In case of bleeding or other problems, it is helpful in assessing the cause of problem, generally check the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries and general health of the foetus.

Baby Birth

Being prepared, physically and mentally, helps ease the pangs of birth. Regular exercise and not getting yourself overworked helps in a more relaxed birthing experience. Join a pregnancy support group or visit a doctor who can explain the signs to watch out for to understand if you are in labour. Around your due date, keep in regular touch with your gynaecologist and report anything out of the ordinary immediately.


Trimester Chart

It is normal to want to know how your body changes and the baby grows week by week. gives you an insight of these changes that will keep you updated.

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    Things to Know

    When you test positive on your Get News Pregnancy test, you are already 4 weeks pregnant. You may be feeling tired, sleepy, bloated or even moody, but that is normal and is due to the hormonal changes occurring in the body.
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    Fetal Development

    With the HCG levels at their highest, you may be very nauseous. The baby has grown to about 3/4 of an inch and has a heart, bones in the arms and clearly defines finger.
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    Baby Movement

    As the first trimester finishes, you can start eating a bit more to accommodate the needs of the growing baby. The baby gets facial features at this time and grows to roughly 3 inches.

1st Trismester

0.4kg - 2.0kg
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    Pregnancy Health

    As the baby grows and your bladder is squeezed, you could need more frequent trips to the restroom. Baby gains fat and teeth develop during this time. This is also the time when you will probably feel its first movements.
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    Pregnancy Comfort

    The most rapid growth phase for the baby, its internal organs are almost developed and functional. You will start to feel bigger but still be able to carry out routine tasks easily.
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    Yoga & Exercise

    You will be gaining a lot more weight from this time on. The baby is roughly 14 inches in length and you can sometimes see its knees or elbows poking from the inside of your tummy.

2nd Trismester

2.0kg - 8.0kg
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    Healthy Sleep

    The baby's movements get restricted due to less space in the uterus now. Keep a track of its movements to ensure all is well. A spurt of energy, also called the nesting instinct, is also experienced during this time where you want to get the most done before the baby arrives.
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    Relax with Music

    The baby may settle down lower in the pelvis in preparation for labour. This will make you a bit comfortable as your diaphragm relaxes and you can breathe easier.
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    Lower Anxiety

    If you still haven't delivered, your gynaecologist will take a call regarding the delivery method.
*units in weeks

3rd Trismester

8.0kg - 13.6kg

Enjoying the Journey

Being pregnant is not an event but a process where you learn as you go. Learning to cherish this journey is an important part of being able to enjoy motherhood.


Yoga & Meditation