Pregnancy Care Program
Root Cause Analysis
Morning Sickness, Backaches, Bladder and Bowel Problems, Changes to Hair and Skin during Pregnancy, Feeling Fatigued, Shooting Headaches. Being Pregnant is a roller coaster ride and this is where getting to the root cause becomes critical. Our team of experts will guide you to core cause of any and all symptoms.
A significant amount of pregnant women are deficient in vitamins D, C, A, K, B-6, and E, as well as iron, folate, calcium, potassium, magnesium, and choline, Diagnostic Reports of tests done over a fixed interval shall shape the diet plans as required and necessary
Cleanse - In & Out
Just about any diet wont cut it, unless body's metabolism isn't right. An Internal Cleanse is an absolute must before starting adopting a diet program. Detoxification will also soon show up on the skin as well.
A healthy pregnancy diet will promote your baby's growth and development. During pregnancy, the basic principles of healthy eating remain the same — get plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats. However, a few nutrients in a pregnancy diet deserve special attention. Our Expert Team shall proved a customised diet as per your key vital stats and path reports.
Improved Gut Health
Regulating gut microbiomes is beneficial to the health of the mother and the fetus. In addition, many complications during pregnancy are related to gut microbiomes, such as gestational diabetes, obesity, preeclampsia, digestive disorders, and autoimmune diseases. Improved Gut Health hence is of utmost importance.
Your body needs time to recover from childbirth. If you lose weight too soon after childbirth, it can take longer for you to recover. You should plan to return to your pre-pregnancy weight by 6 to 12 months after delivery. Most women lose half of their baby weight by 6 weeks after childbirth (postpartum). The rest most often comes off over the next several months. A healthy diet with daily exercise will help you shed the pounds.
Pregnancy care consists of prenatal (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) healthcare for expectant mothers. It involves treatments and training to ensure a healthy prepregnancy, pregnancy, and labor and delivery for mom and baby.
Prenatal care helps decrease risks during pregnancy and increases the chance of a safe and healthy delivery. Regular prenatal visits can help your doctor monitor your pregnancy and identify any problems or complications before they become serious. Babies born to mothers who lack prenatal care have a triple the chance of being born at low birth weight. Newborns with low birth weight are five times more likely to die than those whose mothers received prenatal care.
During Pregnancy Care
Once you become pregnant, you’ll need to schedule regular healthcare appointments throughout each stage of your pregnancy.
A schedule of visits may involve seeing your doctor:
every month in the first six months you are pregnant
every two weeks in the seventh and eighth months you are pregnant
every week during your ninth month of pregnancy.
While most attention to pregnancy care focuses on the nine months of pregnancy, postpartum care is important, too. The postpartum period lasts six to eight weeks, beginning right after the baby is born. During this period, the mother goes through many physical and emotional changes while learning to care for her newborn. Postpartum care involves getting proper rest, nutrition, and vaginal care.
It’s important to stay as healthy as possible during pregnancy and during the postpartum period. Stay on top of all of your healthcare appointments and follow your doctor’s instructions for the health and safety of you and your baby.