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Check out any questions you have about your pregnancy and learn more about what you’re concerned about. Here you will find all the words of the pregnancy.
It is an Anglo-Saxon term that is also known to depression postpartum in a slight phase. The cause is the sharp hormonal decline after childbirth. The newly released MOM undergoes a series of contradictory feelings related to fear, insecurity, sadness or even rejection of the baby. Occurs in the first 3-7 days after giving birth, and usually fleeting.
It is the last break or romantic that the couple prior to delivery. He is known as Babymoon because he comes to be a ‘second honey Moon’ for prospective parents. Mother takes to rest and prepare before it reaches the delivery and the couple used these days to strengthen their bond and raise awareness for change that lies ahead in their lives.
Meeting of pregnant women with family and friends until the child is born. It’s a party or meeting in house of the MOM to celebrate the near birth of the baby. The guests are a gift to the pregnant woman or the little that is on its way. This type of pre birth celebrations are very common in countries like the United States or Great Britain.
Belly of pregnant women
During pregnancy, the belly of pregnant women evolves and grows in proportion to the growth of the baby in the uterus. The belly can measure up to 40 cm in the ninth month of pregnancy.
Baby evolves from an astonishing way during the nine months of pregnancy. From creating the first cells and tissues that form organs until the first movements of joints, the development of the sense of hearing and smell and the first neural connections. When the baby has all its bodies formed, it is now ready to be born. Normally, this occurs between 37 and 42 weeks.
Chorion biopsy or corial
In formal definitions, the chorionic biopsy is a prenatal test that involves removing a sample of uterine tissue to check or detect whether there are certain genetic diseases or malformation in fetuses with many possibilities of having them. A test is invasive but very reliable. This is done between weeks 11 and 13 of pregnancy. The sample is collected either through puncture through the abdominal wall or through the vagina and cervix.
Bag of waters or amniotic bag
Water bag is the bag which covers and contains amniotic fluid, the liquid that protects baby from shock and allows you to be safe in a State of weightlessness and a constant temperature. At the time of delivery, the bag opens and the amniotic fluid is expelled to the outside. The term ‘water break’ refers precisely to this moment. However, the bag of waters not always breaks at the time of delivery.
Fetal bradycardia occurs when the baby’s heart rate decrease at an alarming rate. This is also known as ‘fetal distress’. The gynaecologist will decide whether speed up delivery or cause an emergency c-section. The causes of fetal bradycardia include the return of cord, placenta previa, or the presence of meconium in the amniotic fluid.