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Pregnancy Tips| Here are signs you are carrying a healthy unborn baby

Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/parenting.firstcry.com/articles/signs-of-a-healthy-and-unhealthy-baby-in-the-womb/%3famp

Any pregnant woman's desire is to have a healthy baby, and some mothers-to-be will go to considerable lengths to achieve this goal. However, a lack of knowledge can sometimes result in an unexpected conclusion, which is why it's so important to know the indicators of a healthy child.

Movements

The fetus must move at least 10 times every day during pregnancy. This is due to the fact that they react to stimuli including light, music, and discomfort. However, you may not notice your baby's movements in the early stages of pregnancy, but as the pregnancy advances, you will begin to notice them, and this movement is a sign that your baby is healthy.

Heart beat

You may observe your baby's heartbeat around week 5, which can be easily detected with electronic fetal monitoring. Placing your palm on your belly will allow you to feel your baby's heartbeat.

Weight gain

Gaining weight during pregnancy indicates that your child will be healthy. You could request that your doctor check your weight on a frequent basis and provide you with an update on how your pregnancy is progressing.

In position

A baby's movement slows down or stops entirely throughout the ninth month. A healthy baby will start migrating towards the birth canal in a head-first position.

Signs of unhealthy unborn baby

Abnormal fedal height

The fundal height of a woman's uterus aids the doctor in determining whether or not her uterus is expanding. To determine fundal height, you will be asked to lie down and the length from the top of the uterus to the pubic bone will be measured with a tape measure.

Excess cramping

Pregnancy is not without its share of aches and pains. Extreme pain that feels like period cramps, on the other hand, is a red flag. Pain could be caused by inadequate blood flow in early pregnancy, but if it persists, you should see your doctor.

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