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Radical Lifestyle Changes

Will my pregnancy affect my relationship with my partner

You are worried that the coming of the baby is going to change your whole life. Your husband will cease to look at you as a desirable life partner and will now see you merely as the mother of his child. If marriage was a big change, involving a great deal of compromise, the birth of the baby may signal the end of your freedom. In the case of a father-to-be, he feels that the baby is not born yet and already all the attention is focussed on preparing for its arrival. 
 

Will my life change after a baby

It is a definite that your lives will change drastically with the birth of your child. It is important that you accept this from the moment you decide to have a child and prepare yourselves. Do not romanticize the experience in your minds. While the birth of your baby will open the door on a wonderful new phase in your lives, it comes with a lot of adjustments and compromises. 
 

What if my partner does not care for my pregnancy

When a woman finds out she is pregnant, she tends to completely wrap herself up in her pregnancy, tending to forget that there were two people who started on this journey together. It is important that you make your partner feel a part of the pregnancy, instead of making him feel that his part ended at the stage of conception. Similarly, after the baby is born, work hard at making time for yourselves. You must realize that the both of you share a relationship that is separate from being merely parents of your baby. This was the basis of your marriage and needs to be nurtured.

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Radhika.7 years ago
very informative article!
 
 
 
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arleen Hernandez.7 years ago
i'm a good mother
 
 
 
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PREETS.7 years ago
the article gives you a pleasent feeling and removes tension of labour pain for to be mothers very effectively. it is a very good approach for preparing all to be mothers for that wonderful momemnt in her life.
 
 
 
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Patricia.7 years ago
i have begun to dread the thought of labour and i have five more weeks to go
 
 
 
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Sharan.7 years ago
having had 3 very different labours - the best advice on getting through the contractions is deep breaths' and focus on what you will be getting at the end of it - not on the pain.
 
 
 
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to avoid painful labour pains take two dolomite tablets and two bone meal tablets six weeks before delivering. also drink red raspberry tea throughout your pregnancy available at health food stores.
 
 
 
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Jov.7 years ago
i had taken an epidural injection for painless delivery 5 years back (2000). i couldnt feel the labour pain only the contractions so delivery was normal and easy. my child was also born healthy. i havent faced any problems after that, i have no backache which generally is a misconception attached to epidural and i am back to my original slim form and fit as a feedle. i am planning to go for a second baby and will definitely go for an epidural again.
 
 
 
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sunsun.7 years ago
i think if you take epidural during labor, you don't feel much of pain. it is widely used in many countries , like us , canada, europe.it is pretty safe. in india some hospitals also use that.
 
 
 
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Aananthi Rajah.7 years ago
i have 2 kids. my advice to reduce pain and to speed up the process is by walking a lot before delivery. too much walking will loose up the cervic muscles and help speed up delivery with less pain.
 
 
 
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sindhu.7 years ago
hai iam sindu 25yrs old, i have a boy baby, who was born at the weight of 3.75 kgs. it was a outlet delivery.
one thing i want to tell for the conceived ladies, please dont be depressed, try to co-operate with deep breathe with full hope for the birth, that's it. nothing else. dont be annoyed. everything should be bearable, even this pain.life is also like that only.

thanks
 
 
 
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