PREGNANCY KIT APP · A gift for your beautiful journey
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ABOUT US

Whether your pregnancy was meticulously planned, medically coaxed, or happened by surprise, one thing is certain—your life will never be the same. I believe the choice to become a mother is the choice to become one of the greatest spiritual teachers there. Babies are bits of star-dust blown from the hand of God. We congratulate you for this wonderful journey with healthy and happy life.. happy parenthood.
This app is about your beautiful journey during pregnancy. We will help you from the point you conceive the baby to the point of birth. We will provide information on different do's and dont's ; as well as many yoga postures which will help you be comfortable and which will ease the pain. Finally we provide other helping features such as reminders ,week by week progress of your baby, appointment management, intelligent answering system, pregnancy related food, emergency contact, your health status and many other features which will help you in this journey.

TRIMESTER
Trimester Chart for what dos & Donts in relative trimester which food are required to eat and which yoga are helpful to you & your child and your related fillings.
Trimester 1
The events that lead to pregnancy begin with conception, in which the sperm penetrates the egg produced by an ovary. The zygote (fertilized egg) then travels through the woman’s fallopian tube to the uterus, where it implants itself in the uterine wall. The zygote is made up of a cluster of cells formed from the egg and sperm. These cells form the fetus and the placenta. The placenta provides nutrients and oxygen to the fetus.
Trimester 2
- At 16 weeks, and sometimes as early as 12 weeks, a woman can typically find out the sex of her infant. Muscle tissue, bone, and skin have formed.
- At 20 weeks, a woman may begin to feel movement.
- At 24 weeks, footprints and fingerprints have formed and the fetus sleeps and wakes regularly.
- According to research, the survival rate for babies born at 28 weeks was 92%, although those born at this time will likely still experience serious health complications, including respiratory and heart problems.
Trimester 3
- At 32 weeks, the bones are soft and yet almost fully formed, and the eyes can open and close.
- Infants born before 37 weeks are considered preterm. These children are at increased risk for problems such as developmental delays, vision and hearing problems, and cerebral palsy.
- Infants born in the 37th and 38th weeks of pregnancy—previously considered full term—are now considered “early term.” These infants face more health risks than infants who are born at 39 weeks or later, which is now considered full term.
How to conceive early
Before you start trying you should do...

What is Pregnancy?
Pregnancy is the term used to describe the period in which a woman carries a fetus inside of her. In most cases, the fetus grows in the uterus. Pregnancy usually lasts about 40 weeks, or just over 9 months, as measured from the last menstrual period to childbirth. Pregnancy is divided into three trimesters. The major events in each trimester are described below.
Pregnancy Symptoms
Cramping, spotting, tiredness, tingly breasts and weird tastes - just some of the common symptoms.

Weird and unique symptoms that can even happen from just 2-3 weeks pregnant, according to experts and our mums.

Symptoms of pregnancy tend to vary from one woman to another, but, the most common pregnancy sign in all is delayed or missed period.
Some may experience this as early as within a week of conception, while some may experience it later.

In fact, a few of them may not experience any initial symptoms that indicate pregnancy.


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