Pregnancy

Motherhood: The feeling of being complete

“Motherhood is a divine emotion, an incomparable feeling. A mother shares the most beautiful and strongest bond with her child. It makes her the happiest person on the earth, however, this happiness comes with responsibility”.

Being A mother is the most beautiful emotion in the world. It is something that has to be felt. No matter how hard you try, you can never describe it in words. The bond between a mother and her child is the most beautiful and strongest bond. It makes you the happiest person in the world. But it also comes with its share of responsibilities.

The moment you become a mother, you start respecting your mother even more. All the things she did for you now seem so huge. It’s only then that you realize that the bond between a mother and child is the most unbreakable bond in the world. Nobody can come between a mother and her child. A child becomes his mother’s universe and vice versa.

Critical High-Risk Pregnancy Care, Maternity Care & Baby Care Centre

Women experiencing a high-risk pregnancy need more attention and specialized care to protect their health and ensure optimal health for their unborn infants. Women who are at high-risk may include those who have an unborn child with chromosomal abnormalities or birth defects, have a known genetic disorder, or who have a serious medical condition such as renal failure, Insulin-dependent diabetes, heart disease or blood pressure.

Whether you are having your first baby or adding to your family, Low Cost IVF is here to help you with the birth of your new child. Our center combines a state-of-the-art facility with highly skilled staff and a nurturing approach to providing sophisticated and compassionate care. Most women have normal pregnancies and deliver healthy babies. Provision of critical care for the pregnant patient is a key component of the contemporary obstetric role. More babies have been born at Low Cost IVF Center each year than at any other hospital in Chhattisgarh.

Changes in Pregnancy

Everyone recognizes the enlarging abdomen of pregnancy, but unless a sister or close friend has been pregnant, you may not be familiar with the other amazing physical and emotional changes taking place.

Pregnancy is a steady stream of new experiences, and some may make you wonder if everything is going all right. You may also wonder if and when you should call your caregiver. Your experiences will be less distressing if you know the common physical and emotional changes during pregnancy.

Also, keep in mind that pregnancy and early parenthood initiate major changes in your relationships with your mate, your parents, other relatives, and friends. Be patient with yourself. Do not expect everything to go perfectly. No childbirth experience exactly matches expectations.

Whenever possible, make allowances for the demands of pregnancy. Look at your body and its incredible ability to grow and nurture a baby. Try to flow with your new experiences. Give yourself time to get used to the realities of parenthood as you consider your plans or make different commitments for the future.

Every birth is different. It’s natural to remember your childbirth experience in great detail and often useful to write it all down. You, your partner and your child will enjoy reading about this special experience for years to come.

Becoming a parent is the most important and challenging responsibility you can assume, and how extraordinary it is to be able to enjoy moments of peace with your child and to take pride in all you have accomplished.

Pregnancy – Diet & Nutrition

Eating healthily and safely is important, no matter which stage of pregnancy you’re at. Our healthy eating articles will help you to plan the best possible nutrition for yourself and your unborn baby. We’ve also got some great ideas for delicious meals you can cook now. When pregnant you need to eat well – both in nutrition and volume. As a basic guideline, the following extra nutrients are advised:

»» Extra Protein
Lean meat, poultry, legumes, fish, low-fat dairy.
»» Extra vitamin B1
Peanuts, whole grains, yeast extract, sunflower seeds.
»» Extra vitamin B2
Yeast extract, some dairy.
»» Extra folic acid (or folate)
Sweetcorn, broccoli, asparagus, yeast extract, legumes .
»» Extra vitamin C
Fresh fruit – particularly citrus, kiwi, berries, capsicums.
»» Extra calcium
Dairy, fish, leafy greens, soy products.
»» Extra iron (during last 6 months of pregnancy)
Dark-green leafy vegetables, red and other meats, legumes, whole grains.