It's different for every woman. You should experience gradual weight loss in the first three months, if you're breastfeeding your child. Breastfeeding expends 200 to 300 calories of stored fat every day! It keeps your metabolism and your weight down. In addition, a combination of a nutritious diet and a regular exercise regimen can help you get back into shape. Swimming after childbirth is one of the best forms of exercise for toning up sagging muscles and burning calories faster. It takes persistence - you will lose weight but it does take time!
Probably not as long as you are eating a balanced diet. Weight gain varies per person--and per pregnancy. Both times, for me, were different during the pregnancy, but I weighed the same at the end.
Rapid weight loss during pregnancy and breastfeeding is never a good idea. You take a chance of robbing your body of necessary nutrients that are impairative to maintaining a healthy baby. Moderate weight loss is o.k. as long as your diet is healthy and balanced.
That depends on how the pregnant woman is losing the weight, what stage of pregnancy she's in when this happens, and how much she has lost or is planning to lose. In general, just about any method other than extreme exercise or not eating is going to be fine during the first two trimesters. Exercise is healthy and good for as long as the woman is comfortable and has the energy to do it. Dieting is a bit more complicated during pregnancy, but so long as she's getting healthy amounts of each of the food groups, she should be fine doing that for the entire pregnancy.
Long distance journey during second trimester are considered to be safest. Never the less long journey by air or train is generally very safe during pregnancy.
That depends on the condition you were in during pregnancy. The more athletic, more exercise, and nearer your ideal weight you were, the easier it will be to get back. Beyond that, it mostly depends on how hard you are willing to work.
It is safe to eat mutton soup during pregnancy as long as you know that the mutton is fresh and as long as you are sure that it has been cooked well.
during the whole pregnancy. You always get back aches on and off.
Yes it is as long its not acohol.
It can detect pregnancy as long as the HCG hormone is in your body. So anytime during pregnancy. If you get a positive test then a negative go see a doctor because a miscarriage is possible.
Yes, as long as it hasn't spoiled.
The rest of your child's life.
It is as long as it's properly cooked.
Yes as long as the odor is not offensive to you.
It depends on your body. Ask your doctor if you are unsure.
well personally it took me after 5months
Yes, you can spot during one pregnancy and not the next. There is a long list of pregnancy symptoms and though some women feel they suffer from everyone, others claim to have no pregnancy symptoms at all.
Sure, there should be no problem as long as you don't drink it.
As long as it is not too strenuos it shoulf be all right.
As long as it's not outdated!
Yes, FASD is 100% preventable as long as alcohol is avoided during pregnancy.
No, it is not necessarily bad. As long as it is long and thick, that's very good. Your cervix will change daily during pregnancy and can take months to thin down enough to start dialating.
I would not think so. As long as they don't contain anything harmful. The scent alone should not affect your pregnancy.
Yes, it has been used for a long time and no problems have occurred. From the website Pregnant women: Can be administered during pregnancy; no particular risks are known.
Yes ,as long as the baby is growing and you are getting enough nutrients and are staying hydrated.
Yes, as long as it is a cheese without mold such as blue cheese.