The fetal station in labor and delivery

The fetal station in labor and delivery

Being closer to the birth, it is important to know whether the fetus is in the right position for the birth process or not. Generally, entering the third trimester, the baby will move more actively in the womb to the position of labor, towards the pelvis. Knowing the position of the fetus in the right place for labor or not is important for mothers. Continue reading “The fetal station in labor and delivery”

Understanding Labor and Delivery Complications

Understanding Labor and Delivery Complications

The most vital factor you’ll be able to do to undertake to possess a healthy baby is obtaining early and adequate antenatal care. The most effective antenatal care begins even before you’re pregnant, therefore you’ll be able to be within the better of health before physiological state. Continue reading “Understanding Labor and Delivery Complications”

Guidelines for Complementary Feeding

The complementary feeding guides according to WHO is an important process that puts forward the readiness of babies to start giving complementary foods for breast milk. Some mothers are confused about how and what food should be given to the baby. In some cases, there are still mothers who give complementary feeding under the age of 6 months. Continue reading “Guidelines for Complementary Feeding”

The cause and the result of heart palpitations during pregnancy

The cause and the result of heart palpitations during pregnancy

Heart palpitations are the condition where the heart condition running unusual, such as feeling too slow or too fast (tachycardia). This condition is commonly called palpitations. Some people experience heart palpitations after eating or drinking something like caffeine and alcohol. Maybe you are sensitive to caffeine. Heartburn after eating spicy foods or seasoned dishes can also cause heart palpitations. Taking certain drugs can also trigger heart palpitations due to overdose. Continue reading “The cause and the result of heart palpitations during pregnancy”

Round Ligament Pain During Pregnancy

Round Ligament Pain During Pregnancy

The ligament is a ribbon-shaped tissue composed of clay fibers consisting of connective tissue, which is supple and flexible. This composition binds one bone to another. The binding tissue binds the ends of the bones to form each other’s ligament joints to bring together the two ends of the bone to maintain stability. The Round Ligamentis located on the side of the uterus. This ligament crosses the peritoneal fold, passes through the digestive tract and enters the front (top) of the labia majora on the upper side of the perineum. Continue reading “Round Ligament Pain During Pregnancy”

Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy

Vomiting is a condition of the stomach that cannot be controlled, causing the stomach to forcibly expel its contents through the mouth and using its strong muscle contractions. Whereas nausea is a very unpleasant feeling and triggers a person to vomit but not to eject the bowels. Nausea (nausea) and vomiting (vomitus) are the activities of the body to equalize the pressure in the stomach. Nausea occurs when any substances appearing and making the stomach aroused even often ending in vomiting. Continue reading “Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy”

Breast milk storage

Breast milk storage

For breastfeeding mothers, especially who have to work routine or have lots of activities outside the home can give exclusive breast milk. Dairy breast milk is the milk squeezed and stored to give to the baby. This is an effective way done by breastfeeding mothers who have outdoor activities. Working mothers are not an obstacle to breastfeeding. Continue reading “Breast milk storage”

Pica disorder during pregnancy

Pica disorder during pregnancy

Pica Disorder is a condition that is often experienced by almost all pregnant women. In periods of pregnancy, mothers will feel very eager to eat food or drink. Of course, you already know that pica disorder is a natural thing experienced by pregnant women. When pregnant, it is not uncommon for women to want to consume certain foods. Continue reading “Pica disorder during pregnancy”