normal delivery
HEALTH A-Z PREGNANCY & PARENTING

6 Helpful Tips To Help You Through A Normal Delivery

Although it is extremely painful, most women want to have a normal delivery. However, nobody has control over what will happen in the delivery room. You may even have a normal delivery without any problems or disabilities, or you may have to undergo a cesarean section because of complications.   Tips To Help You Through A Normal Delivery   1. Exercise   In fact, exercise is a habit. Being pregnant is no excuse to stop exercising. Exercise helps you to meet the requirements of the pregnancy. The main goal should…

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Sleep Problem
PREGNANCY & PARENTING

7 Best Tips For Sleep Problem During Pregnancy

Some of the symptoms of pregnancy caused by hormonal changes and other factors can cause sleep disorder or worsen sleep quality. Although some of the causes of Sleep Problem are out of control during pregnancy, there are some sleep tips that you should use to help you sleep better during pregnancy. Here are some tips for sleeping with a pregnancy tone that you should use. You can improve the quality of your sleep by placing a pillow between your legs. This not only facilitates lateral sleep but also supports the…

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Toddler Constipation
PREGNANCY & PARENTING

Home Remedies – Medicines – What Helps Toddlers With Constipation?

Toddler Constipation   Constipation is a common condition in all ages but constipation in toddlers can sometimes be difficult to spot. Constipation can cause your child’s stools (poo) to be hard, lumpy, large or small. It may be hard for your child to communicate that something is wrong and symptoms may be as vague as a ‘tummy ache’. As a general rule, if your toddler is going to the toilet fewer than three times a week and struggles when he goes, he may have constipation. This is rarely a serious…

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Loose Motion during Pregnancy
PREGNANCY & PARENTING

Treatment For Loose Motion during Pregnancy Naturally?

Loose motion during pregnancy is not as often a symptom of constipation. Pregnant women are usually constipated because all of the extra water flows into the amniotic sac of the developing fetus. Hormonal changes are also responsible for constipation during pregnancy. But loose movements during pregnancy have little to do with hormones. It is also not considered a pregnancy symptom. The loose movements during pregnancy are usually due to external characteristics such as stomach infection or inadequate nutrition. The problem is that too much diarrhea during pregnancy can lead to…

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