Pregnancy 2022, December

Grálife can eat fish? Allowed types (and which ones to avoid)

Grálife can eat fish? Allowed types (and which ones to avoid)

Overconsumption of fish during pregnancy can be harmful to he alth, mainly due to the amount of mercury that tends to accumulate in your meat. This mercury, ingested by the mother, passes through the placenta and can harm the baby's neurological development.

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Baby developmentê - 1-3 weeks gestationção

Baby developmentê - 1-3 weeks gestationção

Week of gestation: 1-3 weeks Equivalent to the month: Beginning of the 1st month Equals to days: 1 to 21 days of gestation The first day of pregnancy is considered the first day of the last period because most women cannot know for sure when their most fertile day was, and it is also not possible to know the exact day of fertilization since sperm can survive up to 7 days inside a woman's body.

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Baby developmentê - 4 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 4 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 4 weeks Equals to the month: end of 1st month Equals to days: 22 to 28 days of gestation The development of the baby at 4 weeks of gestation is marked by the formation of the neural tube, which will give rise to the baby's nervous system and brain, and other layers of cells responsible for the development of other organs.

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Baby developmentê - 6 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 6 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 6 weeks Equals to month: 2nd week of 2nd month Equals to days: 36 to 42 days of gestation The development of the baby at 6 weeks of gestation is marked by the beginning of the development of organs such as the lungs, liver, intestine and kidneys of the embryo.

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Baby developmentê - 5 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 5 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 5 weeks Equals to month: beginning of 2nd month Equals to days: 29 to 35 days of gestation The development of the baby at 5 weeks of gestation is marked by the formation of the small heart of the embryo that beats and pumps blood at an accelerated rate.

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Fever in pregnancy: what it can be and what to do

Fever in pregnancy: what it can be and what to do

In case of fever during pregnancy, above 37.8ÂșC, it is recommended to try to cool the body with natural methods such as placing a cloth soaked in cold water on the head, neck, neck and armpits. Wearing cool clothes and drinking hot drinks such as teas and soups are also ways to control fever because hot foods and drinks stimulate perspiration, naturally lowering body temperature.

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É is it possibleíable to get pregnant during pregnancy?

É is it possibleíable to get pregnant during pregnancy?

Superfetation is a rare condition in which a woman becomes pregnant with twins but not at exactly the same time, with a few days difference in conception. This usually happens in women who are undergoing treatment to become pregnant, such as the use of ovulation inducers, which ends up delaying the interruption of ovulation.

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Lymphática drainage for pregnant women: benefícios e como é done

Lymphática drainage for pregnant women: benefícios e como é done

Lymphatic drainage for pregnant women aims to activate blood circulation and reduce swelling of the legs, feet and face, eliminating excess liquid through urine, and should be performed by a physical therapist or massage therapist. Lymphatic drainage in pregnancy is contraindicated in the first 3 months of pregnancy and it is important that it be done by a suitable professional, because the belly, back and feet, which are the places where greater retention can be observed o

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3 trimester of pregnancy: symptoms, care and tests

3 trimester of pregnancy: symptoms, care and tests

The 3rd trimester of pregnancy, corresponding to the 7th to 9th month and weeks 28 to 41 of pregnancy, is marked by the rapid growth of the baby's brain, which allows it to react to pain, touch, sound and light that passes through the mother's belly, causing her to move more.

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Chinese pregnancy chart: does it really work?

Chinese pregnancy chart: does it really work?

The Chinese table is a method based on Chinese astrology that, according to some beliefs, is able to guess the sex of the baby, only needing to know the month of conception and the lunar age of the mother at that moment. These data are then crossed in a table to arrive at the sex of the baby.

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Áfólic acid during pregnancy: what is it for and how to take it

Áfólic acid during pregnancy: what is it for and how to take it

Taking folic acid pills during pregnancy does not make you fat and serves to ensure a he althy pregnancy and the good development of the baby, preventing damage to the baby's neural tube and diseases. The ideal dosage must be guided by the obstetrician and it is advisable to start its consumption at least 1 month before becoming pregnant.

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Baby developmentê - 17 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 17 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 17 weeks Equals to month: end of 4th month Equals to days: 113 to 119 days of gestation In the 17th week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by the formation of fatty tissue that has the function of preserving energy and heat, in addition to protecting the organs.

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5 ways to stimulate babyê still in the belly

5 ways to stimulate babyê still in the belly

Stimulating the baby while still in the womb, with music or reading, can promote their cognitive development, since they are already aware of what is happening around them, responding to stimuli through their heartbeats, which become calmer, of your movements and imitating the suction movement.

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Posições and exercises to help babiesê to fit

Posições and exercises to help babiesê to fit

To help the baby turn upside down, so that delivery can be normal and reduce the risk of congenital hip dysplasia, the pregnant woman can do some exercises from 32 weeks of gestation, with the knowledge of the obstetrician. Learn about baby development at 32 weeks pregnant.

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Baby developmentê - 7 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 7 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 7 weeks Equals to month: 3rd week of 2nd month Equals to days: 43 to 49 days of gestation The development of the baby at 7 weeks of gestation is marked by the accelerated development of the brain with the formation of new neurons, and the head begins to become more defined with more centralized eyes, eyelid formation and the development of the mouth, nostrils and ears.

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Diáabdominal stasis: what é, symptoms, causes and treatment

Diáabdominal stasis: what é, symptoms, causes and treatment

Abdominal diastasis is the separation of the rectus abdominis muscles and connective tissue, in the region of the linea nigra or alba, caused by a weakness of the abdominal muscle, and leading to the appearance of symptoms such as a bulge above or below the navel or belly flaccidity.

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5 tips to relax after giving birth (and produce more milk)

5 tips to relax after giving birth (and produce more milk)

To relax after giving birth to produce more breast milk it is important to drink plenty of liquids such as water, coconut water, and rest so that the body has the necessary energy that milk production requires. Usually the milk let-down occurs on the third to fifth day after birth, which is when the mother and baby are discharged from the hospital.

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6 main alterationsç&otildes of the breasts in pregnancy

6 main alterationsç&otildes of the breasts in pregnancy

Breast care during pregnancy should be started as soon as a woman finds out she is pregnant and aims to reduce pain and discomfort due to their growth, prepare the breasts for breastfeeding and prevent the appearance of stretch marks. During pregnancy the breasts change to prepare for breastfeeding, getting bigger, heavier and painful.

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Home pregnancy tests: s&reliable atilde;a?

Home pregnancy tests: s&reliable atilde;a?

Home pregnancy tests are widely used because they are a quicker way of knowing if a woman may be pregnant or not, as many of them promise to work from the first moment of conception, without having to wait for the day of the birth. menstrual delay, as with drug tests.

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Progesterone: what é, what it is for and why it is á low or high

Progesterone: what é, what it is for and why it is á low or high

Progesterone is a hormone, produced by the ovaries, which has a very important role in the pregnancy process, being responsible for regulating the woman's menstrual cycle and preparing the uterus to receive the fertilized egg, preventing it from being expelled by the body.

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2º trimester of pregnancy: symptoms, care and tests

2º trimester of pregnancy: symptoms, care and tests

The 2nd trimester of pregnancy, corresponds to the 4th to 6th month and weeks 14 to 27 of pregnancy, and is marked by the development and maturation of the baby's organs, formation of connections between neurons that allow movements, which can be felt by the woman.

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Baby developmentê - 41 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 41 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 41 weeks Equals to the month: 9 months and 6 days Equals to days: 281 to 286 days of gestation At the 41st week of pregnancy, all organs are fully formed, the baby continues to gain weight and is ready to be born.

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Baby developmentê - 26 weeks gestationção

Baby developmentê - 26 weeks gestationção

Week of gestation: 26 weeks Equals to month: 4th week of 6th month Equals to days: 176 to 182 days of gestation At the 26th week of pregnancy, the baby has all the brain cells formed and, although they are not all connected yet, the baby begins to develop the startle reflex, moving the head back, stretching the legs and opening your arms.

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Baby developmentê - 22 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 22 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 22 weeks Equals to the month: end of the 5th month Equals to days: 148 to 154 days of gestation At the 22nd week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by the development of the taste buds, which will be responsible for the baby's taste after birth.

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Baby developmentê - 21 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 21 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 21 weeks Equals to month: 4th week of 5th month Equals to days: 141 to 147 days of gestation In the 21st week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by the beginning of the production of digestive enzymes by the pancreas that will be responsible for the digestion of food when the baby is born, and the eyelids that completely cover the eyes, begin to open.

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Baby developmentê - 40 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 40 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 40 weeks Equals to month: end of 9th month Equals to days: 275 to 280 days of gestation At the 40th week of pregnancy, the baby's development is complete and he is ready to be born. All organs are fully formed, the heart beats approximately 120 to 160 times per minute, and labor can begin at any time.

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Baby developmentê - 39 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 39 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 39 weeks Equals to month: 4th week of 9th month Equals to days: 267 to 274 days of gestation At the 39th week of pregnancy, the baby's organs are fully formed, but the lungs and brain continue to develop. The baby's immune system is stronger as the woman's antibodies are transferred across the placenta, which will help the baby protect itself from illness and infection.

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Baby developmentê - 25 weeks gestationção

Baby developmentê - 25 weeks gestationção

Week of gestation: 25 weeks Equals to month: 3rd week of 6th month Equals to days: 169 to 175 days of gestation At the 25th week of pregnancy, the baby's hair and body hair are already well grown and the color is already defined, but it can change after birth.

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Baby developmentê - 31 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 31 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 31 weeks Equals to month: end of 7th month Equals to days: 211 to 217 days of gestation At the 31st week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by the fact that the lungs are more developed, with greater capacity to perform oxygen exchange, although the complete maturation of the lungs occurs until the end of the pregnancy, and the kidneys of the baby produce more and more urine that is eliminated in the amniotic fluid.

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Baby developmentê - 29 weeks gestationção

Baby developmentê - 29 weeks gestationção

Week of gestation: 29 weeks Equals to the month: 2nd week of the 7th month Equals to days: 197 to 203 days of gestation At the 29th week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by starting to better control the rhythm of breathing and body temperature due to the development of the brain that better controls these functions.

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Baby developmentê - 23 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 23 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 23 weeks Equals to month: beginning of 6th month Equals to days: 155 to 161 days of gestation At the 23rd week of pregnancy, the baby's development is marked by the start of insulin production by the pancreas, a hormone that controls blood sugar levels.

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How to relieve bellyache during pregnancy

How to relieve bellyache during pregnancy

Tummy pain in pregnancy can have many causes ranging from an intestinal infection to the actual contractions of labor. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the symptoms that accompany a stomachache, such as diarrhea, constipation or excess gas.

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Bleeding of nidação: how to identify and how long it lasts

Bleeding of nidação: how to identify and how long it lasts

The implantation bleeding can happen between 5 to 7 days after fertilization and corresponds to a small pink or brown bleeding that lasts a few hours, however not all women have this symptom, it is important to be attentive to other pregnancy symptoms, such as cramps, weak abdominal pain, and a twinge in your belly, for example.

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How to control weight in pregnancy

How to control weight in pregnancy

Controlling weight gain during pregnancy is essential to help prevent problems such as gestational diabetes or preeclampsia, which are related to excessive weight gain during pregnancy. The best way to control weight during pregnancy is to eat he althy foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, white meats, fish and eggs, thus avoiding foods with excess fats and sugars.

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Baby developmentê - 36 weeks gestationção

Baby developmentê - 36 weeks gestationção

Week of gestation: 36 weeks Equals to month: beginning of 9th month Equals to days: 246 to 252 days of gestation At the 36th week of pregnancy, the baby continues to grow and has more weight, the skin is smoother and the lanugo, which is the thin layer of hair under the skin, begins to disappear.

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Gestational sac: what é, what size and common problems

Gestational sac: what é, what size and common problems

The gestational sac is the first structure formed at the beginning of pregnancy that surrounds and shelters the baby and is responsible for forming the placenta and amniotic sac for the baby to grow in a he althy way, being present until approximately the 12th week of pregnancy.

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Grálife can you take omeprazole?

Grálife can you take omeprazole?

Omeprazole in pregnancy can be used, but only under medical supervision and only in cases where gastroesophageal reflux symptoms are difficult to control without the use of medication. In other situations omeprazole should only be considered when the benefits of treatment with the drug outweigh the risks to the baby.

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Baby developmentê - 8 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 8 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 8 weeks Equals to month: end of 2nd month Equals to days: 50 to 56 days of gestation The 8th week of pregnancy is marked by the beginning of the formation of arms and legs, as well as the baby's facial features, such as eyes, lips, nose and ears.

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Bitter mouth in pregnancy: why it happens and what to do

Bitter mouth in pregnancy: why it happens and what to do

Having a metallic or bitter taste in the mouth, also known as dysgeusia, is one of the most common symptoms during pregnancy, especially during the 1st trimester, which essentially happens due to the hormonal changes characteristic of this phase.

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Baby developmentê - 9 weeks of gestationção

Baby developmentê - 9 weeks of gestationção

Week of gestation: 9 weeks Equals to month: start of 3rd month Equals to days: 57 to 63 days of gestation In the 9th week of gestation, the baby is already considered a fetus, and development is marked by the disappearance of the embryonic tail and the beginning of the formation of organs such as the pancreas and liver.

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