Giving adequate care for yourself in the time of pregnancy is very vital. There are lot of precautionary and self-explanatory tips, but still never fail to get to your gynecologist when the need arises. Get some tips from your mother too! As she is the practical doctor by your side and enhance your knowledge in this aspect. Do not expect to be spoon fed and be sharp from your side to face a healthy pregnancy.
Considering the diet, consult with your nutritionist regarding a healthy diet that is suitable for you. It is highly preferable for you get everything cooked at your home rather than going to hotels too often and eating those food, especially in summers. Have a well-balanced meal and do not aim at mere filling up your stomach!
First few days, the pregnant woman will undergo this problem and she will vomit very often. Mucus Gastritis may be a cause for abnormal labour and birth asphyxia, but at times normal delivery also takes place. Because of mucus gastritis, swallowed balloon, mucus and meconium can also be overcome by the woman who carries unborn offspring inside her body.
Gastric irritation will also follow at times; as a result, stomach must be aspirated. Saline or sodium bicarbonate should be mixed with gastric lavage if the pregnant woman is vomiting continuously. Anyways, the mother has the responsibility to feed the baby and the reason for continuous vomiting can be identified within a couple of days. Hence, Mucus Gastritis is a common medical problem that most of the women face during the time of pregnancy.
A baby’s only way to let you know that he wants or needs something done for him is by crying. He may be hungry, cold or too warm; he may be wet or just plain bored. You will soon learn to recognize the cry of hunger from other kinds of cries. His napkin may need changing, a pin may be poking him or the clothes may be uncomfortable and tight. If he has been fed a little while ago, he may need burping. An air bubble may be bothering him. Many babies fuss and whimper when they are tired and go off to sleep when held in the lap or put in the cot.
If the weather is hot, he might be thirsty and will quieten down if you give him some water, but if nothing seems to soothe him, give him a feed. He may just be hungry, even though he may have had a feed a short while ago. A hungry baby will suck vigorously from breast or bottle and go off to sleep, or start playing after the feed. If he cries incessantly and nothing seems to soothe him, he may be having pain in his stomach or ear and you should consult your doctor.
Don’t be afraid of spoiling your baby: Some mothers let the baby go on crying and do not pick him up for fear that he may get spoilt. All babies need attention and need to be comforted when they are uncomfortable. They stop crying when picked up or talked to. This is not spooling but just giving the baby the attention he needs.