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From the beginning I am telling U that you that your Mind is the powerful tool to solve any Health Problem.  Let my tell U about the health problems I faced and cured with my self confidence.
You develop your Self confidence and you can cure any problem yourself.
I faced health problems
Asthma by birth, heart problem, kidney problem and Paralysis Stroke 2 times.  Doctors told I will not be cured as stroke is serious.    Due to my self confidence I cured all.
My advise
1.  Your positive thinking helps you to develop self confidence.
2.  Don't depress your self
3.  Your Goal is to have Healthy child....Nothing can stop U if you have firm decision.
4.  Your mind is the powerful tool to achieve anything.  i.e the reason many people achieved their goal irrespective of their physical defectiveness
5.  Eat healthy food
6.  Follow healthy habits
7.  Wait to enjoy with  your 

Heart Problems and Pregnancy....9

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....9

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15... Peripartum cardiomyopathy
The heart’s walls (myocardium) may be damaged (called cardiomypathy) late in pregnancy or after delivery. This time frame is called the peripartum period, and thus, this disorder is called peripartum cardiomyopathy. The cause is unknown. This disorder tends to occur in women with one of the following characteristics: They have had several pregnancies. They are 30 or older. They are carrying more than one fetus. They have preeclampsia (a type of high blood pressure that occurs during pregnancy). In some women, heart function does not return to normal after pregnancy. Peripartum cardiomyopathy tends to occur in subsequent pregnancies, particularly if heart function has not returned to normal. Thus, women who have had this disorder are often discouraged from becoming pregnant again.
Peripartum cardiomyopathy can result in heart failure, which is treated a…

Heart Problems and Pregnancy....8

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....8

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14... Heart disorders during Pregnancy
Most women who have heart disorders—including heart valve disorders (such as mitral valve prolapse) and some birth defects of the heart—can safely give birth to healthy children, without any permanent ill effects on heart function or life span. However, women who have moderate or severe heart failure before pregnancy are at considerable risk of problems. Before becoming pregnant, such women should talk to their doctor to make sure their disorder is being treated as effectively as possible. For women with some types of heart disorders, pregnancy is inadvisable because it greatly increases the risk of death. These disorders include Pulmonary Hypertension (high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs) Certain heart birth defects, including Eisenmenger syndrome (a complication of some heart defects) and sometimes coarctation of arorta Sometimes …

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....7



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11... Postpartum cardiomyopathy
Also called peripartum cardiomyopathy, this rare form of heart failure occurs in the last month of pregnancy, or up to five months after giving birth. The symptoms include tiredness, shortness of breath, swollen ankles, swollen neck veins, and feeling of missed heartbeats or palpitations.

12... Pre-eclampsia
This affects up to six per cent of women during the second half of pregnancy or soon after giving birth. Early signs include high blood pressure and protein in your urine. Women are tested for these at antenatal appointments, as symptoms may not be obvious. Most cases are mild, but it can have serious complications for both mother and baby if not treated. It will usually go away after birth. Although the exact cause isn’t known, having diabetes  and high blood pressure could increase your chances of developing pre-eclampsia, so it’s important to foll…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....6


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10... Pregnancy and Heart problems
Sarah Brealey explores issues of pregnancy and your heart and meets two women who fought back from health issues. “In this country, pregnancy is low risk,” says Dr Sara Thorne, a Consultant Cardiologist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, who specialises in adult congentital heart disease and heart disease in pregnancy. “That said, heart disease is the biggest single cause of maternal deaths in the UK. There is a 50 per cent increase in how much your heart has to do by the end of the first trimester; that has to be sustained for six months.” If you have a heart condition, get specialist advice before trying to conceive. “It’s important to see the right cardiologist, preferably alongside an obstetrician,” advises Dr Thorne. “If you’re being seen by a congenital heart disease service, they should have the right degree of knowledge, but if you’re se…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....5

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9... Conditions that may mean pregnancy is not possible
There are a few rare conditions that usually mean a woman should not attempt a pregnancy at all, Dr. Martin says. These include: Marfan Syndrome: An inherited disease that causes people to be very tall, with incredibly long arms, and, often, an overbite. People with Marfan (some of whom may not know they have it), have a defect in their connective tissue that causes them to be hypermobile. The concern in some pregnant patients is that the aorta is weak and can rupture, which is fatal. Women who suspect they may have this syndrome should be evaluated and advised of risks. Pulmonary hypertension caused by Eisenmenger Syndrome: A rare condition that can develop in women who are born with a hole in the heart that causes blood to flow backwards into the lungs, creating high blood pressure in the lungs over time. When the pressure becom…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....4

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8... Conditions that shouldn't stop you from getting pregnant
Many women with the following heart conditions can have a healthy pregnancy, even if doctors have advised them otherwise. Heart Murmur: A heart murmur is an extra sound heard during a heartbeat, and it's very common. (In fact, some women develop one during pregnancy because of the increase in blood volume, Dr. Martin says.) If you have a murmur, talk to your doctor about whether you need to be evaluated further. Arrythmias: Arrythmia is a technical word for an irregular heart rate. Some can worsen during pregnancy because your heart is working harder, or even develop for the first time, Dr. Martin says. Often, they require no treatment, but there are medications that can be safely used to treat an arrythmia during pregnancy, if necessary. Mitral Valve Prolapse: This common condition occurs when the valve separating th…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....3

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5... What experts says?

There's a misconception that women living with a heart condition should never get pregnant, but in fact heart disease can be safely managed during pregnancy, says Stephanie Martin, D.O., medical director for labor and delivery and the obstetric intensive care unit at the Texas Children's Pavilion for Women in Houston. "An evaluation is important to determine whether pregnancy is a good idea, but it's very rare that a patient's heart condition would make pregnancy too risky." In some cases, "the hormonal changes in pregnancy actually help a compromised heart work better," adds John Folk, M.D., associate professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. Women with high-risk a heart condition should always get expert counseling before they conceive, as well as specialized prenatal care to…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....2

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3... What are the risks?
The risks depend on the nature and severity of your heart condition. For example: Heart rhythm issues. Minor abnormalities in heart rhythm are common during pregnancy. They're not usually cause for concern. If you need treatment for an arrhythmia, you'll likely be given medication, the same as you would if you weren't pregnant.Heart valve issues. Having an artificial heart valve or scarring or malformation of your heart or valves can increase your risk of complications during pregnancy. If your valves aren't working properly, you might have trouble tolerating the increased blood flow that occurs during pregnancy. In addition, artificial or abnormal valves carry an increased risk of a potentially life-threatening infection of the lining of the heart (endocarditis) and heart valves. Mechanical artificial heart valves also pose serious risks durin…

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Heart Problems and Pregnancy....1


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Pregnancy stresses your heart and circulatory system, but many women who have heart conditions deliver healthy babies. Know the risks — and how to help prevent complications. If you have a heart condition, you'll need special care during pregnancy. Here's what you need to know about heart conditions and pregnancy. 1... How does pregnancy affect the heart? Pregnancy stresses your heart and circulatory system. During pregnancy, your blood volume increases by 30 to 50 percent to nourish your growing baby, your heart pumps more blood each minute and your heart rate increases. Labor and delivery add to your heart's workload, too. During labor — particularly when you push — you'll have abrupt changes in blood flow and pressure. It takes several weeks after delivery for the stresses on the heart to return to the levels they were before you became pregnant. 2... How should I pre…

OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child ..10

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OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child  ..10




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16...  I wish U to be Safe along with Child.
Since last 15 years I am telling U to have Healthy child you require

1.. OXYGEN
You might be surprised that no medical experts or doctor told this.
I have seen many defective children and my aim is that Every couple should enjoy with Healthy child.  I researched on it and found the causes.  One of main cause of Defective birth is OXYGEN.
I told U that every one on this EARTH will take 6 Ltrs Oxygen per minute.   It is the capacity of your body.  As a pregnant you cannot take more Oxygen but you have adjust it for your body and unborn child's requirement.  Your unborn child's requirements of Oxygen will be increased day by day.
According to that you share Oxygen otherwise he will be defective.
2... Water
I created various articles and blogs with scientific analysis about Water.  But most of the people didn't follo…

OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child ..9

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OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child  ..9

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15... How much Weight gain is Safe in your Pregnancy?
The amount of weight you can gain in each trimester differs from woman to woman. Be sure to consult your doctor with your specific questions and concerns. Here is a general guide to weight gain by trimester: 1st Trimester
During this time, most women gain very little, if any, weight. In fact, some women even lose weight because they struggle with morning sickness (nausea and vomiting). Any large weight gains in early pregnancy are probably due to eating habits. 2nd TrimesterIn this period, the child goes through a major growth spurt and the mother puts on weight accordingly. Women of average weight usually gain about 250-500 g (½ to 1.1 lb) a week during this stage. 3rd TrimesterIn the last stage of pregnancy, mothers gain about 500 g (1.1 lbs) a week. The total weight gain in the last three months is 4-6 kg (9-13 lb) …

OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child ..8

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OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child  ..8



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13... Contact your Medical consultant or doctor

Call your provider right away (or have someone else call) if you have any of the following symptoms: Sudden or severe shortness of breathWorsening asthmaRapid pulseA rapid or irregular heartbeatA feeling that you're going to faintChest pain or pain when you breathePalenessBlue-tinged lips, fingers, or toesA sense of apprehension that you're not getting enough oxygenA persistent cough, a cough along with fever or chills, or coughing up blood14... Stay active in your Pregnancy Exercising while pregnant is no longer taboo. In fact, physical activity during pregnancy is not just accepted, it is encouraged. With a doctor’s permission, expectant mothers can and should exercise to improve health and feel better during pregnancy.
Recent scientific studies have shown that regular exercise is not only good for the expectant …