About 1 in 10 women will have a miscarriage. And believe me, that is a sadness and disappointment that you can not prepare yourself for and that is always bigger than you think in advance. A miscarriage can naturally occur naturally, but sometimes it must be generated. Unfortunately, we can not do anything to take away the grief.
You want a baby. This decision creates a whole stream of new events with exciting moments, happiness and sometimes setbacks. The icing on the cake is of course the arrival of your child. A moment that you may already be looking forward to. But before you can take your baby in your arms you first have to get pregnant, go through the 40 weeks of pregnancy and give birth.
Getting pregnant, with some couples it goes fast and in others it seems to last forever before they are pregnant. Are you trying to get pregnant, but do not want to run like that? Sometimes the solution is very simple: have a lot of sex! Read more about causes that may cause you to fail and what you can try first before taking a step to a fertility clinic.
Driving and being pregnant how is that? Driving and wearing the seat belt during pregnancy does not pose a danger to your baby. After all, your baby is comfortable in the amniotic fluid and this provides a nice cushion if you have an accident. But still there are things that you have to take into account when you drive with a big belly.
In principle, you can simply drive during pregnancy. If you get pregnant in the car, there are a number of things that you have to take into account. It is important for you and your baby to make the ride as comfortable and safe as possible. There are also situations where it is no longer sensible to get into the car yourself.
Maybe you do not think about it in advance. Until you try to wriggle yourself with a big horn. Then you might think for a moment: "Can I actually drive during pregnancy?" In this blog you can read whether you are allowed to drive when you are pregnant and until when, whether you are insured and what is the right way to wear your seat belt.
Your uterus is a pretty essential part of your pregnancy. It is the warm, cozy and protective house of your child for 9 months. You would also never be able to give birth without your dear uterus. But what do we all know about the womb? Where exactly is it, how big is it and how big is it during pregnancy?
Is there a baby coming, then you are probably very happy, but you also have a lot of questions. Read a lot about pregnancy and childbirth; With a subscription to, for example, our pregnancy calendar, you can help answer these questions. Especially if you are pregnant for the first time, then everything is new for you and your partner.
What fun! A good friend gets a baby and so you will soon have a cozy baby shower. Maybe this is the umpteenth baby party because if one friend from your girlfriends group starts the babies, the others will follow soon. Super nice of course! But how do you ensure that you come up with a top baby gift every time?
Many pregnant women experience band pain during their pregnancy. This pain is caused by, among other things, your growing uterus. Some women feel this at an early stage of their pregnancy, but the pain is most intense when women are pregnant around 20 weeks.
Through your pregnancy and especially the delivery your pelvic floor is stretched so that the muscles become weaker. Result: incontinence and less feeling during sex. It does not matter whether you are very young or older: it is never too late to start training the pelvic floor muscles.
About 5 to 10% of all pregnant women suffer from pelvic instability. 40 to 45% occasionally suffer from it and 50% are fortunate not to experience pelvic pain. Pelvic instability during pregnancy can be very annoying because you have a lot of pain when moving, sitting, lying or standing.