Adequately formulated pregnancy diet will ensure a proper development of your child and optimum conditions for its proper nutrition. It can also prevent developmental defects or diseases, eliminate risks that can cause premature birth or miscarriage, and improve your well-being and appearance.
Ovulation is a process of releasing a ready for fertilization egg (ovum) from a mature ovarian follicle, called the Graafian follicle. This is the culmination of each menstrual cycle, without which it is impossible to conceive a new life.
Read about ovulation process, its symptoms and ovulation disorders.
It is well known that pregnant woman should take care of her health and the health of the child developing in her womb. Following the recommendations of a physician woman should eat healthy food, rest more, try to avoid stress and contact with toxic substances, take only essential medicines, but… nearly 1/3 of pregnancy women admit to drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
Is there a “safe dose” of alcohol for pregnant woman? So far no medical research can specify the safe dose of alcohol, because every organism can tolerate alcohol differently.
At the beginning it is necessary to clarify what are the irregular menstrual cycles. Today, many women say that their menstrual periods occur irregular, but this not exactly correct and certainly is not an obstacle to the effective use of natural methods of fertility recognition.
Well, irregular cycles are those periods, where the difference in length varies more than 10 days, it is often 30 or even 60 days. While most of women observe only minimum difference in length of individual cycles, usually 2-3 days.
What to eat before menstruation to does not transform from a Beauty into a Beast …
What is PMS? Premenstrual syndrome is generally speaking a long list of persistent ailments and symptoms, appearing 7-2 days before expected menstruation. Only in rare cases, these symptoms last longer and are much more intense. The nature of these symptoms allows to divide them into 4 categories: • Type A (Anxiety), ie, nervousness, anger, irritability, emotional tension, mood swings.