Pregnancy Care Tips you should know

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What is Pregnancy?

Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the time during which one or more offspring develops inside a woman. Multiple pregnancies involve more than one offspring, such as with twins. A pregnancy may end in a live birth, a spontaneous miscarriage, an induced abortion, or a stillbirth. Childbirth typically occurs around 40 weeks from the start of the last menstrual period (LMP). This is just over nine months – (gestational age) where each month averages 31 days. When using fertilization age it is about 38 weeks. An embryo is a developing offspring during the first eight weeks following fertilization, (ten weeks gestational age) after which, the term fetus is used until birth. Signs and symptoms of early pregnancy may include missed periods, tender breasts, nausea and vomiting, hunger, and frequent urination. Pregnancy may be confirmed with a pregnancy test.

Pregnancy is divided into three trimesters, each lasting for approximately 3 months. The first trimester includes conception, which is when the sperm fertilizes the egg. The fertilized egg then travels down the fallopian tube and attaches to the inside of the uterus, where it begins to form the embryo and placenta. During the first trimester, the possibility of miscarriage (natural death of an embryo or fetus) is at its highest. Around the middle of the second trimester, the movement of the fetus may be felt. At 28 weeks, more than 90% of babies can survive outside of the uterus if provided with high-quality medical care
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Problems Women Face During Pregnancy

Morning sickness

Morning sickness or nausea (with or without vomiting) is a common symptom of early pregnancy that is caused by changes in hormones.

Backache in pregnancy

There are several things you can do to help prevent backache from happening during your pregnancy and to help you cope with an aching back if it does occur.

Bladder and bowel problems during pregnancy

During pregnancy, many women experience some rather unpleasant conditions. Maintaining a healthy diet and doing regular exercise can help make life a little easier.

Changes to hair during pregnancy

Hormonal changes during pregnancy can make your hair thicker or thinner. Learn about these changes and whether you can dye hair while pregnant.

Changes to your skin during pregnancy

As your pregnancy develops, you may find that you experience changes to your skin and hair.

Dealing with fatigue during your pregnancy

Feeling tired, a bit faint, and hotter than usual is quite common during pregnancy, and it’s all down to your hormones.

Headaches during pregnancy

Many women find that they experience headaches at various stages of their pregnancy. Find out what can help improve some of the symptoms.

Indigestion and heartburn in pregnancy

Find out how to recognize, avoid, and treat indigestion and heartburn during your pregnancy.

Leg cramps during pregnancy

Leg cramps are a normal but sometimes uncomfortable part of your pregnancy. Find out how to treat and help prevent leg cramps.

Swelling during pregnancy

Swollen ankles and feet are very common during pregnancy. Find out how you can help relieve some of the discomforts and know whether any symptoms are serious.

Feeling hot in pregnancy

You’re likely to feel warmer than usual during pregnancy. This is due to hormonal changes and an increase in blood supply to the skin. You’re also likely to sweat more.

Incontinence in pregnancy

Incontinence is a common problem during and after pregnancy. Pregnant women are sometimes unable to prevent a sudden spurt of pee or a small leak when they cough, laugh, sneeze, move suddenly, or just get up from a sitting position.

This may be temporary because the pelvic floor muscles (the muscles around the bladder) relax slightly to prepare for the baby’s delivery.

 

Herbs That Helps During Pregnancy

Nagkesar 

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Nagkesar is beneficial in relieving cold and cough as it removes excess mucus from the lungs. This also gives relief from certain symptoms of asthma. Taking Nagkesar powder along with honey or lukewarm water once or twice a day helps reduce fever by lowering the body temperature due to its antipyretic property. It also helps manage bleeding piles, dysentery, and stomach irritation due to its astringent property. According to Ayurveda, Nagkesar is good for improving digestion due to its Laghu (easy to digest) property.

Vardharo

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Promotes the flow of urine, relieves gonorrhea, strangury or painful urination, and chronic ulcers. Rheumatism and nervous disorders. Helps in Wounds and skin diseases. Synovitis or inflammation of the synovial membrane.

Tamalpatra

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Tamalpatra is also known as Indian Bay Leaf, is used to impart a characteristic flavor in various cuisines. It gives a warm, peppery, clove-cinnamon like flavor to food. Tamalpatra is beneficial for diabetes as it helps to manage blood glucose levels by enhancing insulin secretion due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity. It is also good for heart health as it helps to lower the bad cholesterol and manages blood pressure by removing excessive sodium due to its diuretic property. Tamalpatra might also help prevent stomach ulcers by reducing the free radical damage caused to stomach cells as it is rich in antioxidants and has gastroprotective properties. Adding Tamalpatra leaves to food helps in improving digestion and also prevents gas and flatulence due to its carminative property. Tamalpatra oil is beneficial for managing rheumatoid arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity. Massaging joints with Tamalpatra oil helps to get relief from pain and swelling.

Kamal Seed

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Lotus, the national flower of India, is also known as “Kamal” or “Padmini”. It is a sacred plant and a symbol of divine beauty and purity. All the parts of Lotus such as its leaves, seeds, flowers, fruit, and rhizomes are edible and have been shown to have medicinal benefits. In traditional medicine, dried Lotus flowers have been used to manage bleeding disorders, especially control the excessive loss of blood during heavy menstruation. It also helps in managing diarrhea by reducing the frequency of passing stool. According to Ayurveda, applying the paste of Lotus petals or Lotus seed oil helps moisturize and rejuvenate the skin. It must be kept in mind that excessive consumption of any part of Lotus – petals, flowers, seed etc. might cause digestive problems like flatulence and constipation

Senna Leaves

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Senna, or Swarnapatri in Sanskrit, is also known as Indian senna. It is used for various medicinal purposes, including constipation. According to Ayurveda, Senna helps in managing constipation due to its Rechana (laxative) property. Taking a Senna leaf powder along with lukewarm water also helps in managing weight by improving the Agni (digestive fire) and thus digestion due to its Deepan (appetizer) and Usna (hot) property. Senna helps in managing blood sugar levels by increasing insulin production due to its antioxidant property. It also helps to remove worms from the intestine due to its anthelmintic property. Applying Senna leaf paste on the skin helps in managing various skin problems like inflammation, blisters, redness, etc. due to its Ropan (healing) property. It must be kept in mind that excessive consumption of Senna might cause severe diarrhea and loss of fluid from the body. So, it is advisable to take Senna as recommended by a physician

Pipal Bark

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Different parts of the Peepal such as root bark, stem bark, roots, leaves, and fruits are used to manage conditions like high blood sugar levels, constipation and asthma. Peepal is beneficial for managing skin diseases. The topical application of Peepal leaf extract in the form of ointment helps in wound healing. It helps in reducing the inflammation related to eczema due to its anti-inflammatory property. Peepal bark helps reduce the symptoms of diarrhea by contracting the mucosal cells or other body tissues due to its astringent property. The dried powder of Peepal bark is used in the management of respiratory problems due to its anti-allergic property. The pills made from powdered Peepal leaves might be used to manage constipation due to their laxative property

Ashwagandha

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Ashwagandha has been shown to support the adrenals via normalizing cortisol levels. This reduces the negative effects of high (or low levels) of this hormone. This is highly significant as ongoing stress can be detrimental to our health. Adrenal function is closely linked to thyroid function, therefore as Ashwagandha supports the adrenal glands, it has an indirect effect on improving thyroid function as well. Initial studies demonstrate ashwagandha’s ability to positively impact thyroid function by stimulating thyroid hormone activity. The active ingredients in Ashwagandha, called withanolides, have shown protective effects against B-amyloid-induced plaques in Alzheimer’s Disease. This is thought to be due to the natural antioxidants found in ashwagandha that scavenge free radicals to prevent cell damage. Studies also show promising results of ashwagandha’s protective effects against Parkinson’s Disease. As Ashwagandha has potent anti-inflammatory properties it is very useful in painful conditions such as arthritis. As the herb is rich in iron it also contributes to red blood cell count.

Putrajeevak

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Putrajeevak Beej or seeds are used for female infertility treatment in Ayurveda. It strengthens the uterine musculature and helps a woman to get pregnant. According to Ayurveda, it has an effect on the reproductive system, especially on the uterus and ovaries in women and testes in men. The main action of Putrajeevak is to strengthen these structures and improve the functions of these organs. It is also helpful in the treatment of habitual abortion (recurrent miscarriage).

Preval Bhasma

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Praval Bhasma is potent antipyretic medicine. Its cooling nature brings down the fever by regulating body temperature. It further combats the symptoms of fever including heat or burning sensation, headache, excessive thirst, perspiration, insomnia, vertigo, restlessness, and weakness. This Ayurvedic formulation is also famous for treating various eye disorders. It is also very effective in enhancing vision power. Praval Bhasma is a great digestive stimulant, blessed with antacid properties it helps in making digestion better and soothes the burning sensations caused by acidity or gas. Praval bhasma is used for treating bleeding disorders such as nasal bleeding, bleeding hemorrhoids, etc. It regulates the blood flow and its anti-inflammatory properties help in soothing pain and inflammation.

Dhataki

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According to Ayurveda, Dhataki is considered beneficial for female disorders such as menorrhagia (heavy menstrual bleeding) and leucorrhea (white discharge from the vagina) due to its Kashaya (astringent) property. Taking 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of Dhataki powder along with honey twice a day helps to manage these problems as well as diarrhea. Dhataki powder also balances Kapha and might be beneficial for managing asthma as it promotes the removal of excess mucus from the respiratory tract which eases breathing. Dhataki is beneficial for skin problems (such as acne, pimples, etc.) and might assist in wound healing due to its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Applying a paste of Dhataki powder along with honey or water on the skin helps in reducing swelling and steps up wound healing due to its Ropan (healing) and Sita (cold) properties.

 Kushtha Root

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Kuth or Kustha is a potent plant that is known for its medicinal uses. Kuth helps to improve digestion by preventing the growth of bacteria in the large intestine due to its antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. Taking Kuth powder along with honey is an effective home remedy for indigestion. Its consumption helps reduce abdominal pain and inflammation associated with dysentery due to its anti-inflammatory property. Kuth powder also helps in the management of asthma by promoting the removal of sputum from the air passages due to its expectorant activity which helps ease breathing. Kuth also helps manage cholesterol levels by lowering the levels of total cholesterol in the body due to its antioxidant property.

Elachi Fruit

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Elachi Fruit also known as Black Cardamom is a spice crop cultivated in the central Himalayan and north-eastern region of India. It is a well-known spice that has been used in many Ayurvedic preparations from ancient times due to its great medicinal value. Elachi Fruit is helpful in managing diabetes as it lowers the blood glucose levels due to its antioxidant properties. The antioxidants present in it also helps in reducing the risk of heart diseases by lowering cholesterol levels. Consuming Elachi Fruit powder twice a day is good for patients with heart disease. As per Ayurveda, Elachi Fruit is used in cough due to its Ushna (hot) properties. It helps to remove excess mucus from the respiratory passages and provides relief. Consuming ashes of Elachi Fruit leaves along with mustard oil reduces the symptoms of cough and cold. Elachi Fruit Fruit essential oil also helps in managing inflammatory conditions such as swellings, tissue injuries, or rheumatism due to its anti-inflammatory properties

Kaunch Seed

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These seeds are a natural source of levodopa. It supports the overall nervous system. These seeds maintain posture and physical balance. These seeds maintain posture and physical balance. The seeds have the ability to reduce Stress & Anxiety. It helps to improve immunity, improves energy levels, and endurance. These seeds support the intellect. It helps to maintain libido. The seeds revitalize the overall male and female reproductive system.

Vanslochan

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Vanshlochan is siliceous concretion discharged from the joints of the female bamboo (Bambousa arundinacae) plant and generally found inside the hollow stems. It is white-bluish, hard, opaque, and found as irregular fragments. It absorbs a great deal of water but does not get easily dissolved in water. Vanshlochan is effective in debility, impotence, male sexual disorders, cough, asthma, bronchitis, burning sensations, diseases of the blood, tuberculosis, leprosy, and fever. It is added in the composition of numerous compound prescriptions used for affections of the lungs.

Shatavari

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Shatavari possesses traditional importance in the ‘Hindu’ religion, known as ‘Queen of herbs’ due to its peculiar nature of promoting love and devotion. This powerful herb was first mentioned in Rig Veda and Atharva Veda. Shatavari herb is used as a powerful aphrodisiac (Vaajikarana) and tonic (Rasayana) for thousands of years in India. In Ayurveda, Shatavari herb is perceived as a female tonic since it is a rejuvenating herb. It plays a crucial role in the physiological events of women’s life. From female infertility to pregnancy and from menarche to menopause Shatavari benefits are astounding of which managing the reproductive health of women is major.

Triphala

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According to the Ayurvedic tradition, Triphala has the properties to treat an almost encyclopedic range of health conditions. Some of this is attributed to Triphala’s laxative effect, which proponents suggest can “cleanse the system.” Depending on how much is prescribed, Triphala may be used as a bowel tonic at lower doses, alleviating gas and promoting digestion, or a purgative (strong laxative) at higher doses. Beyond its effect on the gastrointestinal tract, Triphala is believed to relieve stress, control diabetes, promote weight loss, reduce cholesterol, alleviate inflammation, and treat a variety of bacterial and fungal infections.

Kali Musli

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It is a rejuvenating, and aphrodisiac herb. It is a Rasayana or tonic to all functions of the body.

It is antioxidant and adaptogenic. It reduces stress. It increases weight. It is a sexual tonic.

It promotes sperm count. It increases the testosterone level. It stimulates male sex hormones.

It gives strength to muscles and bones. It increases libido, and physical strength in men.

It reduces blood pressure. It stimulates the production of breast milk.

It is a diuretic and promotes urine secretion. It protects the liver.

 

The medicine we provide at Xovak Pharma

After doing research regarding the problems Women face during Pregnancy. We at Xovak Pharma have come up with a solution. We have made Ayurvedic Medicine which will help women control the effects of Pregnancy like problems during pregnancy like nausea, Vomiting, Unpleasant sensation, Anxiety, Depression, etc. The Ingredients which helps are Nagkesar, British danti, Vardharo, Tamal Patra, Kamal seed, Senna leaves, Pipal Bark, Ashwagandha, Putrajivak, Preval Bhasma, dhatki flower, kushtha root, Krishna Jirak, Elachi Fruit, Kavach seed, Vanslochan, Shatavari, Triphala & Musali Kali. In today’s lifestyle, it is almost impossible to get all the ingredients together. So we at Xovak Pharma have come up with Pregakyor which consists of all the above ingredients. It is safe. effective & Natural.

 

 

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