Travel tips during Pregnancy

Travel tips during Pregnancy:
  • The second trimester is the best time to travel. At this time, you are probably over the sick and nauseous feelings of the first trimester. The miscarriage risk is also minimum at this time.

  • On the road or in the air, avoid sitting for extended periods of time, try to walk around at least every hour or two. On a plane or train, even a trip up and down the aisles can help get your circulation going. Also make frequent trips to the toilet.

  • Carry light snacks so that you do not go without food for long periods of time. Keep munching a carrot, an apple or a sandwich every hour or so.

  • In the sultry heat of India, keep water handy all the time ot prevent dehydration and cramping.

  • Use travel sickness bands - these work by massaging your pressure points.

Tips to prevent Nausea and Morning Sickness

Following are some of Tips to Prevent Nausea and Morning Sickness..
  • Eat more often but smaller amounts. Try not to go more than four hours between eating.
  • Get out of bed slowly
  • Keep biscuits handy to eat before getting out of bed
  • Avoid large meals
  • Rest as much as you can as feeling tiredness makes the feeling worse
  • Try to avoid smells and food that make you feel worse
  • Clean, lemony smells may make you feel better
  • Avoid eating spicy or fatty foods
  • Try to wear loose clothes that don't put pressure on your stomach

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Tips for Pain relief during Labour

Following are some of the Tips for Pain relief during Labour:
  • Having your back rubbed during labour helps with the pain.

  • When you are in labour, try and walk around or at least stay in an upright position for as long as possible. This speeds up the process.

  • Squatting, hands and knees or standing during delivery increases the pelvis size by over 30% giving you a faster, easier and safer delivery.

  • Eating and drinking fluids during labour is the best natural remedy for labour pain.

  • You can help your baby move into the optimal position for birth in your third trimester by making sure that your knees are lower than your hips when driving, sitting or relaxing.

Chinese Gender Chart to Determine Your Baby's Gender

The Chinese Conception Chart or Chinese Gender Chart was supposedly discovered in a tomb, and is rumored to be over seven centuries old. According to legend, the chart is capable of predicting the gender of an unborn child based on two variables: the baby's month of conception and the mother's age.

How accurate is it? Reports vary - so don't paint the nursery based on the results -- but it's still fun to see what is predicted for you! It is claimed that this ancient method is highly accurate - but no clinical studies have verified this. Have fun!

Note: You should base your age on your Lunar Age - Lunar months are about 29 days long.

How do you use the chart? 

Simply find your age along the top line, and then the month of conception down the left-hand column. See where the two intersect to get your prediction!

Legend: G = Girl , B = Boy


This chart is for entertainment purposes only. It is not a guarantee and we make no claims as to its accuracy. It's here just for fun, but yes, the original birth chart is said to be real and some reports suggest better than 50/50 accuracy.

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