In Pregnancy week 6, your baby’s nose, ears, eyes, nostrils and mouth have started to come in shape. Your little one is about the size of Sweet Pea.
This week will show up the major development of your fetus and major formation of body parts. The baby’s face will develop by this week.
Six-weeks pregnant means that you are one month and about one week pregnant. Even though you got this news probably in week 5, that too when you missed your periods. You got to know late as you may have conceived in week 2 or week 3 (depending on the duration of your menstrual cycle).
Note: Remember Pregnancy is measured starting with the first day of your last menstrual period.
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In Pregnancy week 6:
To-Be Moms the above size will be doubled next week…!! Excited??
Let us know what will be your mood and symptoms during six-week pregnancy.
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Remedy- Take 10 Currant (Munakka) and boil with 1 glass milk. Now eat these Currants and drink that milk at night before going to sleep. You can repeat it for 2-3 days for chronic constipation.
Read more such effective Home Remedies for Constipation During Pregnancy.
Your life is changing drastically with the passage of each week. So, it is very important to follow some do’s and don’ts (important tips for Pregnancy week 6) to lead a healthy pregnancy. Please follow the following chart:
Do make an appointment with your gynecologist and follow her instructions carefully.
Stop eating certain sea food as few of them are allergic in nature.
Keep continuing your prenatal vitamins with Folic acid (400 mcg) every day. (In case you are overweight or diabetic or carrying twins or in previous pregnancy the baby had Neural Tube defect (NTD), then the amount of folic acid given by your doctor is relatively different.)
Do not eat or drink any unhealthy food or uncooked items and unpasteurized milk. Stop having fish with high levels of mercury. Don’t skip any meal.
Drink plenty of water and fluids to stay hydrated and avoid constipation.
Do not eat any medicine which is not prescribed by your doctor. In case of emergency, consult your doctor before consuming any medicine.
Practice yoga or prenatal exercise.
Stop consuming alcohol, chewing tobacco, smoking and excessive intake of caffeine. Be in safe surroundings too.
Eat nutritionally balanced and healthy diet.
Do not take stress and exertion.
Take iron and calcium supplements. You can consult your gynecologist for the same.
Don’t pull or push heavy objects. Don’t carry your elder baby (if you have). It can lead to lower abdominal pain.
You can have soaked almonds (just 5-6). (Keep 5-6 almonds in the bowl having water in night. Then have that soaked almonds in the morning.)
Don’t consume Dry fruits.
Take small nap in afternoon so that your body can take rest.
Note: It’s a new journey for you and your partner, so please never hesitate to take advise from your doctor.
Remember you are nurturing one more soul within yourself. So, take very good care of yourself! Spend quality time with your husband and family. Start financial planning as one of the most important fact that is associated with new parenthood, is being responsible financially.
Ans: You can ask your obstetrician to change the medicine. Do not continue any medicine which is not suitable for you or showing side effects on you.
Ans: If you are pregnant or trying to conceive, then it is advisable not to eat unripe papaya. An unripe papaya contains a substance called ‘Latex’ which is not good for the embryo or fetus. There is no proven facts or studies related to ripe papaya. However, papaya is said to be forbidden during pregnancy.
Ans: In most of the cases, yes, it is safe to have sex during pregnancy. However, there are certain situations or complications in pregnancy where you should avoid having sex with your partner. Feel free to discuss it with your doctor.
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