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”

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Healthy babies die suddenly in sleep without any symptoms. These are SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can occur in 1 to 100,000 babies. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a condition in which infants under 1 year die suddenly in their sleep, without any prior signs. According to medical experts, SIDS has become the leading cause of death in infants aged 30 days after birth. However, the fact cause of SIDS still being uncertainty. SIDS is often referred to as crib death (infant bed death) and attacks 1 in 100,000 babies, especially ages 2-4 months.

Some assumption of this death is caused by the brain’s ability to control breathing so that when the process of breathing disturbed such as the blanket covers the baby’s nose or mouth, the baby is affected by SIDS. This death generally occurs when the baby is sleeping. Low birth weight is said to be one of the factors that cause SIDS. Babies with low birth weight can be found in premature babies or twins. Babies with this condition usually have immature brain and nerve tissue, so that control of the respiratory system and heart rate is weak. Continue reading “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)”

Leg cramps in the during pregnancy

Leg cramps in the during pregnancy

Generally, leg cramps can be caused by many factors, such as from injury during exercise, lack of certain nutrient intake, and exposure to cold temperatures. Cramps themselves can take several seconds to several minutes to be relieved. Striking the legs is common. Continue reading “Leg cramps in the during pregnancy”

Twin pregnancy

Twin pregnancy

Gemelli is a medical term which means multiple pregnancies. In Gemelli pregnancy, a mother has more than one fetus in her womb. Not only two but can also be three, even four fetuses or more during a period of pregnancy. Twins are two or more individuals who share the same uterus but are not always born on the same day. Twins are two or more children born from the same pregnancy period. Continue reading “Twin pregnancy”

Gentle Birth Meditation

Gentle birth is a normal and calm childbirth process so that the mother will give birth with minimal pain. Helper and companion must help calmly and soft voice, so that when the baby is born, the atmosphere around calm, quiet, and full of peace. It is an approach in the natural birth process that combines the values and beliefs held by the woman herself. Continue reading “Gentle Birth Meditation”