Am I pregnant? How do I know that I am pregnant? Often you may feel confused. Here is a detailed guide to pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant or are in the early stage of pregnancy, this is for you.


Pregnant or not- Some early signs

If you want to make sure about being pregnancy, here are some early signs. If you have most of these symptoms, chances are that you might be pregnant. Having some of these signs may also suggest some other health issues. For being completely sure, the best option is to consult a gynaecologist. However, here are some signs

  • Morning sickness
  • Food cravings
  • Back pain and tiredness
  • Constipation
  • Vaginal thrush
  • Dizziness, fatigues, fainting
  • Tender/larger breasts.

However, having some of these symptoms doesn’t always mean that you are pregnant. Consult your doctor for take the home pregnancy test to be sure. You can book a Tele Appointment at OvenYr to speak to your doctor.

The right time to take pregnancy test

The best time to get a pregnancy test is after one week of your missed period. If you don’t remember the date of your last period, then you can take the test after 21 days of having unprotected intercourse. The home pregnancy test must be done early morning for accurate result. You can also consider taking a blood test for confirming pregnancy.

Being pregnant- What to expect in every trimester?

The entire journey of being pregnant or the Oven Year is divided into three trimesters, the first, second and third. Let’s understand the entire phase trimester wise.

The First Trimester

Week 1 to week 12 is your first trimester. This is the time when the foetus starts developing rapidly. The brain, spinal cord and other organs develops. You can even hear its heart beat during your Ultrasound scan. However, this trimester is very risky. More miscarriages happen in the first trimester. If you feel any pain or have bleeding, consult your doctor immediately.

The Second Trimester

From the 13th to the 27th week is your second trimester. Your doctor may advice you an anatomy ultrasound scan to track any probable abnormalities in the baby. You will start feeling the movement and the kicks. After reaching the 23rd week of development, you baby is now able to survive outside the womb. It is always good to carry the baby full term.

The Third Trimester

The 28th to 40th week is the third trimester. During this time your weight increases, you may have swollen feet and feet some abdominal uneasiness. The baby by now develops the sense of light. It can open and close their eyes. Its bones are fully developed.

However, every pregnancy is different. Pregnancy symptoms may vary. Get in touch with the doctor through OvenYr’s Tele Appointment to get a personalized consultation.

Problems During Pregnancy

While you are pregnant, your baby’s health is your top priority. If you have chronic health conditions like diabetes, depression, epilepsy etc. talk to your doctor. These conditions and the medications for these may affect the health of your baby. There are some other problems that you may face during pregnancy, such as Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and Vaginal Discharge. These are common but there are some other complications you may face during pregnancy. These are

  • High blood pressure
  • Preeclampsia
  • Gestational Diabetes
  • Pre-time labour
  • Miscarriage

When to consult a doctor?

If you experience bleeding or you feel consistent pain any time during your pregnancy, you must consult a doctor immediately. You must keep a count of the baby’s movement from the second trimester. If you feel the movement is less than the usual you must check with the doctor immediately.

At OvenYr, we help you have a healthy pregnancy. Look around the website for various resources to educate yourself during pregnancy. You can also shop all you need at our online store. We have all that you will need during your Oven Year journey. You can book a Tele Appointment to consult the doctor. Visit today.