pregnancy

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Pregnancy Brain or Forgetfulness During Pregnancy

Pregnancy Brain or Forgetfulness During Pregnancy: Is It Real?

Table of Contents It can get really frustrating for pregnant and postpartum women to experience an induced brain fog that is apparently a hallmark of pregnancy. Perhaps, if you are reading this and agree with the first statement itself, this article by Parenthoodbliss has been curated just for you, and for those who don’t, it doesn’t harm to always gather extra information on pregnancy. Right?… 

Metallic Taste during pregnancy

Metallic Taste In Mouth During Pregnancy (Dysgeusia): How To Get Rid Off

Table of Contents Pregnancy comes with strange quirks. It affects almost every part of your body. Make no exception, your mouth and taste buds get affected too. One of the symptoms that a lot of expecting women report having is a sour or metallic taste in mouth during pregnancy. This symptom which is medically known as dysgeusia changes their sense of taste that can persist… 

Restless Legs Syndrome During Pregnancy

Restless Legs Syndrome During Pregnancy: Causes & How to Treat

Table of Contents Pregnant women during their trimester go through a lot of changes, such as heartburn, multiple bathroom trips, cramps, insomnia, etc that occur mostly throughout the term. However, this Restless Legs Syndrome during pregnancy is only experienced in the third and last trimester that like the others keeps the moms-to-be awake all night. Restless Legs Syndrome during pregnancy (RLS) is said to affect… 

Stuffy Nose & Nosebleeds During Pregnancy

Stuffy Nose & Nosebleeds During Pregnancy: Is It Normal?

Table of Contents Pregnancy is a cluster of bizarre side effects and just when you think you know about all of them, you get a nosebleed. However, don’t worry because nosebleeds are common and usually harmless during pregnancy. Although this “side effect” may seem unusual, it is pretty common because 20 percent of women who are expecting experience nosebleeds. This means roughly 1 in every… 

Tylenol while pregnant

Can you take Tylenol while pregnant ?

Table of Contents Tylenol and Pregnancy: During pregnancy, women might experience and suffer from unsolicited headaches. Since your hormone levels are accelerated, there is a peaking production of hCG (the pregnancy hormone) and your blood pressure might also be vulnerable to dropping down, headaches are common and nothing to worry about. However, during pregnancy, unlike regular days, you need to think twice before popping in… 

Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)

Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT): How Accurate it Is?

Table of Contents Did you know that pieces of your baby’s DNA can be found in your bloodstream even as early as in your first trimester? A simple blood test from maternal blood can tell doctors more about your baby as early as in the first trimester with the blood draw. To know more about this Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT) that’s making a genetic screening test… 

Cluster Feeding Everything You Need To Know About It!

Cluster Feeding: Everything You Need To Know About It!

Table of Contents Wondering what cluster feeding means? Cluster feeding is perhaps when your little one starts to suddenly eat or consume more food quite frequently, that literally means, in clusters. These cluster feeding sessions usually last for a couple of hours but could differ keeping in mind their normal eating behavior. This is quite a normal behavior and is primarily seen in babies that… 

Third-trimester

Third Trimester Of Pregnancy: What To Expect & Take Expert Reviews

Table of Contents Congratulations on the competition of the second trimester! Great work! As you grow close to meeting your little one, some toughest symptoms come your way during the third trimester, like fatigue and the urgent need to pee. You’ll also have new pregnancy symptoms like Braxton-Hicks contractions, hemorrhoids, pain, anxiousness and it’s now time to take extra good care of yourself through naps… 

Everything You Need To Know About Pregnancy Dizziness

Dizziness During Pregnancy – How To Prevent

Table of Contents Do you often find yourself experiencing dizziness during pregnancy? This is caused by the increased levels of progesterone in the flow of blood to your baby causing low blood sugar levels and the blood flow in the brain giving you pregnancy dizziness. This is quite common during your trimester along with you feeling disoriented, unsteady, or vertigo, which can make you feel dizzy…