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IN Health & Fitness ON 06 Mar, 2016
It’s quite difficult to detect the symptoms, baby development and body changes during the 1st week of pregnancy. The first time mothers face a real hard time in determining their pregnancy. Don't worry! These measures to determine pregnancy in the first week will wipe out all your confusions.Now you can happily confirm your pregnancy and begin your wonderful journey of motherhood.
It's better to confirm pregnancy before it's too late. Make sure that you are healthy and disease free during your pregnancy because everyone is not lucky as the mother who was diagnosed with blood cancer during her pregnancy but got a new life with the aid of her baby. Also it’s necessary to take proper diet from the initial stages of pregnancy itself. Check out the symptoms and diet plan for 1st week pregnancy.
Diagnosis of pregnancy is mostly done by conducting a history and physical examination, laboratory evaluation and ultrasonography.
The major indication of pregnancy is missing your menstrual cycle. You can do a pregnancy test at home itself to determine the correct result.
Still you may face gastric issues, constipation and certain digestive disorders during that phase.
If you rush to washroom frequently due to puking sensation, then you immediately need to consult a gynecologist. However, symptoms of pregnancy may differ from person to person.
Other symptoms of 1st week pregnancy are mood swings, soreness of breast, tiredness and hormonal disorders. The next step after confirmation of pregnancy is to follow a proper diet plan.
Never keep yourself hungry. Keep taking small meals within short intervals for proper growth and development of your baby.
You must consume starchy foods such as rice and chapatis, whole grain bread, pasta, baked or boiled potatoes, protein-rich foods such as eggs, chicken, pulses and soyabean.
It's because calcium is necessary for you and your baby's growth.
Consume 400 to 800 micrograms of folic acid daily to reduce the occurrence of birth defects in baby. Folic acid rich foods include green leafy vegetables, dry fruits and nuts, breakfast cereals like oats and cornflakes.
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