Heartburn is another common pregnancy complaint, even for women who have never had heartburn before. But it isn’t your heart that is burning, it’s your stomach!
As your baby grows, the occurrence of heartburn increases. By the end of the second trimester and extend through the third trimester the growing uterus moves and displace the stomach and the intestines upward, producing a burning sensation in the stomach near the location of the heart in the chest.
Hormones are guilty too, progesterone an important pregnancy hormone, relaxes muscles including the digestive tract and lower esophageal sphincter (LES) allowing gastric acid reflux.
Just after birth, a baby sees only in black and white, with shades of gray. Around three months old, the baby will be able to see colors more clearly. Newborns cannot see very far, and can focus on things less than 25 cm (9.8 in) on an average of 20 – 38 cm (8 – 15 in) away. This is the distance between him and your face and eyes. Newborns usually fall asleep very quickly or squeeze their eyes tight shut while they nurse. Babies as they grow older (around 4 months or so), they establish a better eye contact with you.
It is so beneficial for you, your husband, your baby and even your family to seek advice from good and trusted sources. Trust me, knowing will make you feel more comfortable and happy. Ask as many question you like, your health care provider will try to answer all of them, they have the knowledge and experience to do so. They may not know what to tell, if you don’t ask them!
The key to getting pregnant fast is not just about having sex at the right time or all the time but also about creating the healthy and adequate environment for the baby to grow as healthy as possible.