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Diabetes and Pregnancy
2018-05-21 12:58:51

Women who have diabetes before they get pregnant have special health concerns. In addition to the new demands that a pregnancy will put on your body, it will also affect your blood sugar levels and diabetes medications.

If you're thinking about having a baby, take steps to lessen the risks for both you and your child.

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We found an interesting article that adequately explains diabetes during pregnancy.

Get Ready

A pre-conception counselling appointment will help you be physically and emotionally prepared for pregnancy.

Meet with your doctor to find out if your diabetes is controlled well enough for you to stop your birth control method. A blood test called the glycosylated hemoglobin test (HbA1c, or just A1c) can show how well it's been going over the past 8 to 12 weeks.

Other medical tests can help prevent complications during pregnancy:

  • Urinalysis to check for kidney problems
  • Cholesterol and triglyceride blood tests
  • Eye exam to see if you have glaucoma, cataracts, or retinopathy
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Blood work to make sure your kidneys and liver are working
  • Foot exam

Blood Sugar Control

High blood sugar levels early in the pregnancy (before 13 weeks) can cause birth defects. They also can increase the risks of miscarriage and diabetes-related complications.

But many women don't know they're pregnant until the baby has been growing for 2 to 4 weeks. That's why you should have good control of your blood sugar before you start trying to conceive.

Keep blood glucose levels within the ideal range:

  • 70 to 100 mg/dL before meals
  • Less than 120 mg/dL 2 hours after eating
  • 100-140 mg/dL before your bedtime snack 

Use your meals, exercise, and diabetes medications to keep a healthy balance.

How Diabetes May Affect Your Baby

Babies born to women with diabetes are often much bigger, a condition called "macrosomia."

Because their mothers have high blood sugar levels, they get too much sugar through the placenta. The baby's pancreas senses it and makes more insulin to use it up. That extra sugar gets converted to fat, making a large baby.

Many hospitals keep an eye on babies of mothers with diabetes for several hours after birth. If you regularly have high blood sugar levels while you're pregnant (and especially in the 24 hours before delivery), your baby may get dangerously low blood sugar right after they're born. Their insulin is based on your high sugar, and when it's suddenly taken away, their blood sugar level drops quickly and they'll need glucose to balance it out.

Their calcium and magnesium levels may be off, too. Those can be fixed with medication.

Some babies are too big to be delivered vaginally, and you'll need a caesarean delivery or C-section. Your doctor will keep an eye on your baby's size so you can plan for the safest way to give birth.

Diabetes Medications

If you use insulin to control your diabetes, your doctor can tell you how to adjust your dose. Your body will probably need more while you're pregnant, especially during the last 3 months.

If you take a pill, you may need to switch to insulin. It may not be safe to use some drugs, or you may get better sugar control.

Diet

Changing what and how you eat will help you avoid problems with your blood sugar levels.

You'll also need to include more calories for your growing baby. Your doctor or diabetes educator can help you figure out how to do that safely.

Will I Carry My Baby to Term?

Women with mild diabetes or who are very well controlled often go full-term without any problems.

However, many doctors prefer to plan for an early delivery, usually around weeks 38-39.

Blood Sugar During Labour and Delivery

Labour can be a stressful time for you and the baby. If you've been using insulin during your pregnancy, you may need it when labour begins. You can take it as a shot or get it intravenously.

Right after delivery, your need for insulin will likely drop quickly.

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. ExpressBuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice. 

 

HPV and Pregnancy
2018-05-21 11:54:18

 What is HPV during pregnancy?

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted infection. There are many different strains of HPV. Some, called high-risk HPV, can cause cervical cancer. Others, called low-risk HPV, can cause genital warts: raised or flat, round (yep, wart-like) growths on the genitals.

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What are the signs of HPV?

HPV usually doesn’t have any symptoms. If you get genital warts, they’re most likely to occur around or on the labia, but warts can also grow in the vagina and on the cervix. Sometimes the warts will grow together and look kind of like a cauliflower and may bleed.

Are there any tests for HPV?

A Pap smear can check for HPV on your cervix. Genital warts are often diagnosed by a physical exam.

How common is HPV during pregnancy?

It might be more common than you think. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 50 percent of sexually active people get HPV at some point in their lives.

How did I get HPV?

By sexual contact. Condoms may help decrease the spread of HPV, but because genital warts can occur on the skin outside of the condom, it’s possible to get them even while having condom-protected sex.

How will my HPV affect my baby?

The risk to your baby is small. At birth, babies of infected moms “can get little polyps on their vocal cords, but that happens very, very rarely,” says Sharon Phelan, MD, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of New Mexico. If the warts obstruct the birth canal, a c-section might be necessary — but that’s really rare too (see next page for treatments, prevention and more resources).

What’s the best way to treat HPV during pregnancy?

Most of the time, no treatment is necessary during pregnancy. Various topical meds can be used to “freeze off” genital warts; some of those can be used, if needed, during pregnancy. If the warts are really extensive, they can be removed surgically.

What can I do to prevent HPV or genital warts?

Your best bet: Don’t have sex with someone who has HPV or genital warts. Your next best bet: practicing safer sex. Using condoms can decrease, but not entirely eliminate, your chances of getting genital warts.

How Long Did It Take to Love Your Baby
2018-05-21 11:39:06

Many new moms and dads don't feel a bond at first, and that's okay.

The moment a child is born, the clouds will part, the birds will sing, the bosom nectar will flow, and the new parents, tearful and delirious, will feel nothing but pure, world-stopping love.

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For some, it is an accurate image. But for many—more than we hear about—this cultural expectation is far from reality.

And it can be damaging. Mothers and fathers don’t always form instant emotional bonds with their new babies in the way that’s depicted over and over in movies or on birth-story blogs. Some share with great honesty that for days, weeks, months even, they felt nothing.

Katherine Stone, creator of Postpartum Progress, the world’s most widely read blog on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, says it’s normal for parents to feel all sorts of emotions after their baby is born—joy, fear, uncertainty, or even numbness.

“The blissful stories are often the only stories parents and the media share.” “It seems like we should feel nothing but gratitude and thrill at the fortune of being able to parent a human being—and it is an awesome thing—but it’s also hard work, and consuming, and I think it’s okay to acknowledge that it’s wonderful to be a parent but also okay to find it frustrating, confusing and exhausting.” (Stone adds that if negative feelings are affecting one’s ability to function, it’s important to reach out for help.)

A research thread that centered on the things people think they are alone in feeling, parents wrote openly about not experiencing a rush of love the moment their child was born, and how that often led to feelings of guilt. We asked some of these parents: How long did it take to love your baby?

 

How Long Did It Take to Love Your Baby
2018-05-21 11:39:05

Many new moms and dads don't feel a bond at first, and that's okay.

The moment a child is born, the clouds will part, the birds will sing, the bosom nectar will flow, and the new parents, tearful and delirious, will feel nothing but pure, world-stopping love.

ExpressBuy is your (fastest and lowest priced) online retailer that specializes on the sale of Baby Products amongst other things. As a result, we have become experts in understanding everything about Baby from Conception to Birth to Maturity.

We found an interesting article that adequately explains how long it took to love your baby?

For some, it is an accurate image. But for many—more than we hear about—this cultural expectation is far from reality.

And it can be damaging. Mothers and fathers don’t always form instant emotional bonds with their new babies in the way that’s depicted over and over in movies or on birth-story blogs. Some share with great honesty that for days, weeks, months even, they felt nothing.

Katherine Stone, creator of Postpartum Progress, the world’s most widely read blog on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, says it’s normal for parents to feel all sorts of emotions after their baby is born—joy, fear, uncertainty, or even numbness.

“The blissful stories are often the only stories parents and the media share.” “It seems like we should feel nothing but gratitude and thrill at the fortune of being able to parent a human being—and it is an awesome thing—but it’s also hard work, and consuming, and I think it’s okay to acknowledge that it’s wonderful to be a parent but also okay to find it frustrating, confusing and exhausting.” (Stone adds that if negative feelings are affecting one’s ability to function, it’s important to reach out for help.)

A research thread that centered on the things people think they are alone in feeling, parents wrote openly about not experiencing a rush of love the moment their child was born, and how that often led to feelings of guilt. We asked some of these parents: How long did it take to love your baby?

 

Stress During Pregnancy How to Cope
2018-05-07 15:52:11

A child entering the world, whether it’s your first or third, is a huge occasion that will impact upon every area of your life, so it’s no wonder you feel a little stressed at times. You’re probably tired out from growing a whole new person, you’ve got a to do list the size of your arm, and you’ve got lots of loose ends to tie up at work before you start maternity leave. Stress during pregnancy is pretty much inevitable and all women will experience it at some point.

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Here are some tips to help you cope with stress during pregnancy:

  1. Relax – easier said than done when you’re feeling stressed, but it is really important to relax. Leave your work worries, birth fears and to do list outside, and take some time to sit down and breathe for a while. Having a nice bubble bath (not too hot!) is a great way to unwind at the end of a busy day, and it will do wonders for those pregnancy aches and pains you’re no doubt suffering from.

  2. Talk – if you’re feeling apprehensive about the birth, speak to your healthcare provider. If you are worried about the affect a new baby will have on your relationship, speak to your partner. You will need a support system in place for after the baby comes, so why not put them through their paces now by listening to your pregnancy woes?

  3. Delegate – you have enough on your plate without also worrying about which type of baby bath to purchase. You’ve probably got two sets of soon to be Grandparents desperate to help out with any kind of baby related duty, so why not delegate a few of the less important jobs? That way you get to tick a few chores off your to do list, and Granny has been given something useful to do (so she can stop commenting on how much weight you’ve gained).

  4. Rest – you might be struggling to sleep during pregnancy due to the huge bump getting in the way, but rest is a really important tool for fighting stress. Try using extra pillows in bed to provide comfort, and have naps during the day if this helps.

  5. Planning – good planning is important for keeping stress at bay. If you’re feeling worried about money, try drawing up a budget for once the baby arrives. If you are losing sleep because you have too much to do, try to break down your to do list into manageable jobs and do a little bit each day. There’s no point overdoing it and putting yourself out of action because you’re exhausted.

  6. Birth – some women cannot help but worry about the birth itself. Remember, women have been giving birth for thousands of years, and it is a natural process. Your healthcare provider will be on hand to help you during labour, and provide any medical support necessary. Try not to worry too much about the birth, and instead focus on meeting your baby for the first time.

If stress is causing you to lose sleep, or if you have lost your appetite or are more irritable than usual, and none of the above tips have helped, you should ask your healthcare provider for advice on stress management.

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. ExpressBuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice. 

 

Ive Passed My Mucus Plug Is Labour Imminent
2018-05-07 15:42:52

The mucus plug (also known as the operculum) is a thick glob of cervical mucus that blocks the cervical canal during pregnancy. The mucus plug prevents bacteria from getting inside the uterus and keeps the uterus sterile for the developing baby. Before the baby is born, the mucus plug is expelled to allow the baby to pass through the cervix.

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What does a mucus plug look like? The mucus is usually thick, clear and sticky. It can look similar to nasal mucus, but is usually thicker. Towards the end of the pregnancy, as the cervix starts to efface in preparation for labour, the mucus may be tinged pink or slightly bloodied. It is sometimes known as a “bloody show”. Some women lose their mucus plug all at once, but for most it is a gradual process.Many women don’t even notice it happening due to the increase in vaginal secretions.

I’ve passed my mucus plug, is labour imminent? I hate to disappoint you, but passing the mucus plug is not a clear indication that labour is about to start. In fact, some women pass their mucus plug weeks before going into labour. However, passing the mucus plug does mean that your body is starting to prepare for labour. If you have passed your mucus plug before going into labour, your cervix will continue to secrete mucus and then plug will rebuild itself. Amazing, right? Some women even report losing their mucus plug more than once. Some women will only lose their mucus plug when they are in the throes of labour, and this is totally fine too.

Should I call my healthcare provider? If the mucus is clear, tinged pink or slightly bloodied, then there is no need to contact your healthcare provider. There is also no need to keep a sample of your mucus plug to show to your healthcare provider at your next appointment. However, you should mention to your healthcare provider that you have passed the plug when you next see them. If your mucus plug is bright red in colour, or excessive in quantity (more than two tablespoons), you should contact your healthcare provider immediately. These symptoms can be indicative of more serious conditions including placenta previa or placental abruption. If you see blood-tinged mucus before the 36th week of your pregnancy, you should contact your healthcare provider immediately.

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Expressbuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice.

 

Round Ligament Pain The Facts
2018-05-07 15:36:08

What causes round ligament pain?

Some women experience aching in the lower tummy during pregnancy. This aching is completely normal and is caused by your expanding uterus. Pregnancy hormones cause your muscles and ligaments to become more flexible. This allows them to continue supporting your uterus as it balloons in size. The round ligament holds your uterus in place, and is put under increased pressure as your uterus grows.

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Round ligament pain will be most noticeable when you change positions too quickly, especially if you have been in the same position for a long period. It may also ache when you cough or sneeze.

Many women find that the discomfort worsens during the last few weeks of pregnancy. As the baby’s head engages, you may find that the ache becomes more obvious. This discomfort should disappear straight after childbirth though.

Coping with the discomfort

Unfortunately there is no cure for round ligament pain. However, you may find the following tips useful:

  • Slow down – take your time getting out of bed, climbing out of cars and standing up. By taking things slow, you allow your muscles time to adapt as you change position.

  • Try Yoga – attending a prenatal yoga course will help you to learn positions that will strengthen your muscles. There are a number of yoga positions that are particularly helpful for easing the discomfort caused by round ligament pain.

  • Rest – make sure you are getting enough rest. Relax comfortably as often as you can to ease the strain on your body.

  • Bend and flex – if you are about to sneeze, cough or laugh heartily, try bending and flexing at the hips.

  • Have a massage – prenatal massage can be a great way to tackle the aches and pains during pregnancy. Tell your masseuse that you would like a massage to help with the discomfort of round ligament pain.

  • Get support – Placing a pillow between your knees when lying down may also help.

If you have tried the above and are still suffering, ask your healthcare provider for advice. They may be able to advise you on a suitable pregnancy girdle or belt to help support your bump. The girdles or belts available these days are easily disguised under clothing, and may offer some relief.

When to call your healthcare provider

You should contact your healthcare provider immediately if the aching is accompanied by any of the following symptoms:

  • Vaginal bleeding

  • Sharp pain

  • Cramping

  • Fluid loss from your vagina

  • Fever or chills

  • Feeling faint

  • Painful urination

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Expressbuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice.

 

Planning a Water Birth
2018-05-07 15:28:17

Water births are becoming increasingly popular for labouring women. Historically, water births have been used across the world. Women have given birth in the sea, rivers and steam baths throughout history. In recent years, water births are being used more frequently on labour wards, and in hospital births, too.

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Advantages of a water birth

  • Water aids buoyancy, and allows labouring women to change position more easily.
  • Warm water on the lower back can help to relieve labour pains.
  • Some women report enjoying the privacy provided by the pool. The pool effectively puts distance between the labouring woman and the midwife, which some women say helped them to relax.
  • Research identified a surge in oxytocin immediately after entering the pool, this hormone stimulates contractions.

Some women choose to use a birthing pool for pain relief during the first stage, but then opt to exit the pool for the second and third stages. Other women give birth to their babies in the pool.

Water temperature

While you are in labour, the temperature of the water must be between 35°C and 37°C (95°F to 98.6°F). For the second stage of labour, the water will be kept at 37°C (98.6°F). The pool is kept at body temperature, to prevent the baby from breathing in water. Once born, it is thought to be the cold air that causes a baby’s breathing instinct kick in. By keeping the water at 37°C (98.6°F), the baby will not try to inhale until they are taken out of the water.

When should I get in the pool?

Some healthcare providers advise women to wait until they are 5cm dilated before entering the pool. Others are happy for the labouring women in their care to get in the pool as soon as active labour begins. Water births offer a form of pain relief, and many women find relief when they enter the pool. This may encourage you to get in earlier than intended on the day. Speak to your healthcare provider to find out if there are any regulations in place at your birthing centre.

Can I have a water birth?

This will depend upon your local healthcare provider and birthing facility. If you are giving birth at a hospital without a birthing pool, you will need to check in advance whether they will allow you to provide your own. If you are planning a homebirth, you will need to provide your own pool. These can easily be rented or purchased online. Some hospitals and birthing centres have pools now, so you may be able to use one of these. Speak to your healthcare provider for more details.

You may be advised not to have a water birth if you are a high risk pregnancy. You may be encouraged to give birth on dry land if you:

  • Have herpes, because it transfers easily in water
  • Are being induced
  • Have had a previous ceasarean birth
  • Are in preterm labour
  • Have experienced excessive bleeding

When things don’t go to plan

Unfortunately, some women are asked to leave the pool during labour. There are a number of reasons why this could happen to you, including:

  • Your baby showing signs of distress for a prolonged period of time
  • The presence of meconium in your amniotic fluid
  • Vaginal bleeding during labour
  • If you develop a high temperature or high blood pressure

If, on the day, you find that you are asked to leave the pool, don’t panic. Or indeed, if you find that you don’t enjoy labouring in the pool and would like to get out. Stay calm, and remember your birth plan was just that, a plan. Your healthcare provider is there to ensure both you and your baby are safe and well.

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Expressbuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice.

 

Symptoms of Pregnancy
2018-05-07 15:19:56

In the science of medicine, a symptom is different from a sign. While a sign is objective, a symptom is a subjective evidence of a condition. It is a feeling that no other person can see, except for the patient. So when you say the symptoms of pregnancy, they refer to the changes and feelings that the mother, and only the mother, feels during pregnancy.

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Most women do not experience any symptoms until the fertilized egg attaches itself to the uterine wall. However, those who are extremely tuned-in to the rhythms of their bodies may begin to suspect pregnancy as soon as conception occurs. Others first notice symptoms only after they’ve missed their period.

Below is a list of pregnancy symptoms. You may experience none, some, or all of these indications of impending motherhood.

1. Food Cravings or Food Aversions

Although it may sound like a cliché, food cravings and aversions are a pregnancy symptom. Many women feel cravings for certain foods which can last throughout their entire pregnancy. Some women develop aversions early in pregnancy – to both tastes and smells. If the cravings are accompanied by any of the other symptoms below, it may be time to do a pregnancy test.

2. Fatigue

Are you feeling tired all the time? Feeling more tired than usual is one of the symptoms of pregnancy that may start as early as the first week after conception. It is caused by high levels of the hormone progesterone, making you feel like you’ve run a marathon when all you’ve done is sit on a couch.

3. Tender Breasts

If you are pregnant, your breasts may become increasingly tender to touch. This is similar to the way you feel before you have your period. Once your body is accustomed to the hormone surge, the tenderness will eventually disappear. This symptom can begin as early as 1-2 weeks after conception.

4. Morning Sickness

If you are lucky, you won’t experience morning sickness until a few weeks after conception, if at all. However, there are women who experience morning sickness as early as a couple of days after conception. You may feel nauseated and queasy in the morning, noon or night. On the other hand, there are the lucky ones who do not experience morning sickness at all.

5. Missed or Different Period

If you have a regular period and it is late, you may want to try a pregnancy test. Home pregnancy tests are fairly accurate at a very early date in pregnancy. A missed period is one of the sure symptoms of pregnancy. There are also women who still bleed while pregnant, but the bleed is usually lighter and shorter.

What symptoms led you to believe you were pregnant?

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Expressbuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice. 

What is a Mucus Plug
2018-05-07 15:11:15

The mucus plug is a thick column of cervical mucus which sits in the cervical canal during pregnancy, essentially forming a blockage. The mucus plug stops bacteria from getting into your uterus, and helps to keep your uterus sterile during pregnancy. Before the birth, you will lose your mucus plug, allowing the baby to pass through the cervix during labour.

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Your mucus plug is made of a sticky, clear mucus, like nasal mucus, but often thicker. Towards the end of the pregnancy, you may start to lose some of your mucus plug. Some women lose the entire plug in one go, but others report the process taking up to a few days. The mucus plug is odourless but may not be the most attractive sight to behold.

What is a bloody show?

A bloody show is simply another name for a mucus plug. You may find that the mucus appears pink or brown tinged with blood, and this is why it is commonly known as a bloody show. There is nothing to worry about if your mucus plug is tinged with blood, in fact it is quite normal. It’s also normal to have a clear plug, you may also have heard it called a ‘show’.

Passing your plug

Passing your mucus plug is not always a clear indication that labour is imminent. In fact, if you pass your mucus plug over 24 hours before labour starts, your body will create a new mucus plug to take its place. Some women lose their mucus plug weeks before labour begins, however, it does mean that your cervix is starting to prepare for the birth.

Though it doesn’t mean the onset of labour will happen any minute, it does mean you should start preparing for labour. Is your hospital bag packed? Have you finished the nursery? Now is the time to finish off any loose ends around the house, and get ready to welcome your baby within the next few weeks.

You may notice you have passed a small amount of mucus after a vaginal exam or after having sex, this is usually nothing to worry about.

When to tell your healthcare provider

You can mention the plug to your healthcare provider at your next appointment, but there’s usually no need to contact them specially for this reason. However, you should contact your healthcare provider if:

  • you notice blood-tinged mucus before your 37th week of pregnancy

  • the mucus plug is bright red

  • you pass more than two tablespoons of mucus

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Expressbuyng Ltd disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice.  

 


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