Pregnancy Information

Pregnancy FAQ

Breast milk protects your baby against infection and provides all of your baby’s nutrition. Breastfeeding promotes mother and baby bonding. Breastfeeding benefits the mother’s health and wellbeing. It is always wise to follow up with a lactation consultant for the best advice

Diet FAQ

What a mother eats affects her baby. It is seen that a mother who consumes a nutritionally balanced diet gives birth to a healthy baby. But if her diet is nutritionally poor she may give birth to a low-birth weight baby. When it comes to a bad diet, and how it can affect an unborn baby there are numerous ways.

Exercise FAQ

Exercise should occur at least 30 minutes a day on most if not all days. Exercise will help with some of the common discomforts of pregnancy including reducing backaches, constipation, bloating and swelling. It also improves sleep, your mood and posture. Exercise can help prevent or treat gestational diabetes.

Skin and teeth FAQ

These spots most commonly appear on your forehead and cheeks and are a result of increased pigmentation. When you become pregnant your body produces more hormones, which causes an increase in your pigmentation. you should wear a good sunscreen that is at least SPF 15 whenever you plan on being outside.

Other Prenatal Information

  • Low back pain
  • Discomfort
  • Morning sickness (nausea)