Some More Pregnancy Advice

It’s very important to know about your Uterus health before getting pregnant. But I will talk about it on later posts.

Please, do always get advice of your Obstetrician. Mine always were very kind and empathic with all the pregnancy process and explained all my questions.

Female obstetrician holding Uterus drawing

Before pregnancy and three months after its recommended to take acid folic. You can find it on eggs and meat too.

Deficiency of folate in pregnant women has been implicated in neural tube defects (NTDs), with an estimate of 300,000 cases worldwide prior to the implementation in many countries of mandatory food fortification

Pregnant woman holding medicine pills

You will have a lot of questions during your pregnancy. Gestational Diabetes, Infections, Preeclampsia, Preterm Labor, Depression & Anxiety, Miscarriage, High Blood Pressure.

Don’t worry. Your obstetrician will check on these things to help you on your journey

Why I’m not Getting Pregnant

If you are not getting pregnant, you could be worrying that you never will. However, there are many possible reasons why you aren’t conceiving, including ovulation irregularities, structural problems in the reproductive system, low sperm count, underlying medical problems, or simply not trying enough.

Young couple having fertility problems

If you’re having difficulty getting pregnant, know that there is help available. The best way you can know if you have fertility issues is to consult an obstetrician. The doctor can evaluate you for fertility problems and treatment.

Couples sometimes delay testing their fertility because they are in perfect health. But many people who have infertility issues do not have outward signs or symptoms of a fertility problem.

Obstetrician consulting with patients. Asking for help concept

We are pregnant

Happy young woman with positive pregnancy test. Fertility concept.

Congratulations! You made it!

When you first notice that you are pregnant, a positive emotion runs through all your body. You finally did it!

Now you have to be prepared for a lot of physical and emotional changes. But a good advice for you and your baby’s health is starting to take acid folic.

Young pregnant mother holding folic acid bottle medicine supplement for baby growth brain

You can also eat 5 super rich foods that will help you on your new journey

  1. Legumes
  2. Asparagus
  3. Eggs
  4. Nuts and seeds
  5. Avocado

Beginning The Experience

When you are missing your period you first start wondering if you are pregnant. The easiest method to check if you are pregnant is using a pregnancy test. You can buy them on drugstores.

Female hand checking pregnancy test results. Fertility Concept

You need to choose an specific period of time because the pregnancy hormone will only appear after 15 days have passed since the conception.

I remember being really sad on first tests because it took me a lot to get pregnant

It was only the beginning of the looong journey it took us to become parents.

To be continued

Hurray for our Nurses

Happy International Nurses Day! Celebrated on 12 May for Florence Nightingale’s birth. ICN prepares and distributes the International Nurses’ Day Kit. The kit contains educational and public information materials, for use by nurses everywhere.

Beautiful young professional nurse woman portrait wearing pink uniform.

Covid-19 Pandemic and Masks

Covid-19 is a contagious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, a respiratory disease. The first case was identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. More than a year has passed and now is a pandemic worlwide.

Face Masks and Prevention

The WHO and the US CDC recommend everyone wear non-medical face coverings in public places where there is a big risk of transmission and where social distancing is difficult to maintain

Professional medical team of doctors and nurses fighting Coronavirus
African American Couple wearing face masks
African American male side view wearing black face mask
African American Woman side view wearing black face mask
Infography of white people wearing face masks
Infography of black people wearing face masks

National Wear Read Day

In America and United Kingdom, at February, people wear red on support of heart disease. As in the USA, the symbol is a red dress for women support, in the UK is based on raising money for children’s heart surgery.

Beautiful young woman wearing red dress with a collection of red heart balloons
Smiling happy doctor drawing a red heart electrocardiogram with digital pen on virtual screen
Smiling beautiful nurse drawing a red heart electrocardiogram with digital pen on virtual screen
Illustration of adult and child hands holding heart caring and charity concept

The History of Vaccines

On late 18th century, Edward Jenner invented vaccines for smallpox. The second generation of vaccines were made by Louis Pasteur. He developed vaccines for chicken cholera and anthrax.

RNA vaccines and DNA vaccines are the third generation of vaccines. The first one was to fight Zika virus. a HIV vaccines is on trial status too.

Doctor applying vaccine to pregnant woman

Did you know about Variolation?

It was a method used in China, India and Middle East before vaccination. Rubbing smallpox from pustules and making superficial scratches in the skin, made you produces a less severe disease and adquiring immunity.

Scared little boy seeing a big needle on a vaccine

How to Yoga

Do you ever consider practicing Yoga? Follow this five little steps that will help you meditate.

  • Find a nice place
  • Sit in a comfortable position
  • Close your eyes
  • Focus on your breath
  • Accept all your thoughts
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World Cancer Day

Cancer is the name we give to some related diseases.

Cells on body begin to divide with no control and spread on other parts of the body.

Illustration of three friends wearing pink ribbon supporting International Cancer Day

When is celebrated International Cancer day

It is celebrated on 4th of February and encorauges people about prevention, early detection or treatment since 2000. People usually wears a pink ribbon to support this day.
But there is also a Cancer Awareness Month. Each April of every year in order to take awareness of Cancer among minorities.
Also, there are another awareness months for breast cancer, on October, Prostate cancer, on September and Lymphoma also in September.

African American man wearing blue ribbon in support of Movember, Prostate Cancer month of awareness


Is a movement to shave your hair in support of people going under treatment

Friends helping woman going through chemotherapy because of Cancer disease