Pregnancy(Normal and high risk)


The examinations are arranged by age of pregnancy in weeks, or by trimester. Most of the examinations are offered routinely, to every pregnant woman and in every pregnancy.

Procedure Steps
  1. The doctor puts mum at ease. …
  2. Perform a general inspection of mum and her bump. …
  3. Measure fundal height. …
  4. Checks the lie of the baby by examining her bump. …
  5. Checks the presentation of the baby to determine which end of the baby is “presenting”.

If you did not meet with your health care provider before your were pregnant, your first prenatal visit will generally be around 8 weeks after your LMP (last menstrual period). If this applies to you, you should schedule a prenatal visit as soon as you know you are pregnant!Your first visit will probably be the longest one during pregnancy. At your first visit, your doctor will check your vital signs and take your medical history. They will also perform certain examinations and tests, including blood and urine tests.

About a week after ovulation, some women experience lower abdominal cramping, known as ‘implantation cramping’ due to the recent implantation of the fertilised egg in the wall of the uterus. … Women can also experience abdominal cramps in the early  weeks of pregnancy due to the stretching and growing of the uterus

If this is your first pregnancy, you may just feel bloated, kind of like after a big meal. But some women have a little baby-belly pooch by the end of the first trimester. After all, your uterus is now the size of a grapefruit. At your next exam, your doctor will be able to feel the top of it.

Most women don’t feel very different at weeks, but some may notice a tiny bit of “implantation spotting” or feel early pregnancy symptoms such as fatigue, tender breasts, nausea, a heightened sense of smell, food aversions, and more frequent urination.

If you’re a first-time mum, you could begin developing a baby bump any time between 12 and 16 weeks. But if this isn’t your first baby, you may start showing sooner. This is because the muscles in your uterus (womb) and belly may already have been stretched from your last pregnancy

Most moms-to-be go from innies to outies in the second or third trimester. It happens because your expanding uterus puts pressure on the rest of your abdomen, pushing your belly button outward. After you deliver, the pressure will be gone, and your belly button will go back to normal.

Initially the check ups are placed monthly till 28 weeks of your pregnancy, later on the the visits are placed 15 days apart till 34 weeks and then weekly till delivery .The Doctor makes Antenatal Card at the first visit and explains significance of every visit.

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