Healthy and carefree pregnancy with FemmaBiotic
Planned and desired pregnancy is every woman’s dream. The question is often asked: What is the right age to get pregnant? It is difficult to give a precise answer, but when we look at it from a physiological point of view, we can say with certainty that it is between 20 and 30 years of age. In those years of her life, a woman can most easily overcome all the challenges that pregnancy brings with it.
Your health affects your baby’s well-being too
You can experience different problems. The most important thing is to understand that your health has a major impact on your baby’s health. That’s why you need to take care of your health, get on regular check-ups with your doctor, and know-how to recognize the signs and symptoms that your body sends you so that you can react in time and prevent potential complications.
What health problems can develop during pregnancy?
You may have different problems during your pregnancy. It is very important that you inform yourself so that you can react correctly and at the right time. Also, some of these problems can be avoided if you know there may be a possibility that they may happen to you during pregnancy. Below you can find out more about potential problems and prevention.
Nausea, vomiting and heartburn in pregnancy
Nausea and vomiting are common in pregnancy, especially in the first trimester. They usually stop after 16 weeks of pregnancy. Heartburn occurs in the third trimester.
Stomachache in pregnancy
If you feel pain in the middle of your stomach during pregnancy, it may be a problem with digestion, stomach virus, or poisoning. If your pregnancy has progressed to the second half and you feel this kind of pain under your ribs, you should visit your doctor. This may be one of the signs of preeclampsia. A doctor’s visit is also mandatory if you feel pain in the lower abdomen because there may be more serious reasons for this: ectopic pregnancy, abortion, preeclampsia, premature birth, fibroids, separation of the placenta from the uterus, etc.
Swelling in pregnancy
Swelling in your legs, ankles, and hands throughout pregnancy, especially as your pregnancy is nearing the end, is very common and normal. The problem arises if the swelling occurs suddenly and if it is accompanied by headache and blurred vision because it is one of the symptoms of preeclampsia. In this case, please give your doctor a call.
Bleeding in pregnancy
If you notice that the color of the blood is different from the usual color that occurs during menstruation, and if it is accompanied by abdominal pain, these are the symptoms of ectopic pregnancy. If the bleeding is intense and accompanied by pain in the abdomen and back, it is possible that it is an abortion. If the bleeding occurs already in late pregnancy, it is possible that the placenta has separated from the uterus or that premature birth will start. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be a must-see cause for seeing a doctor.
Vaginal discharge in pregnancy
Every woman, even a pregnant woman, has a normal vaginal discharge in a small amount, without color and odor. Its function is to clean the vagina and prevent infection. If there is an increase in the amount of discharge, color change, smell, it is a sign of infection. In that case, you should contact a doctor who will prescribe the appropriate treatment.
Can vaginal discharge affect pregnancy?
A normal amount of vaginal discharge is not likely to affect pregnancy. It protects you from the spread of vaginal infections. But if your vaginal discharge is caused by a vaginal infection or bacteria, there is cause for concern. You need to learn how to recognize when your vaginal discharge is normal and benign, and when it is dangerous for your pregnancy. Negative consequences may be a miscarriage, premature birth, fetal infection, etc. There are several different types of discharges that you need to pay attention to.
How to recognize which vaginal discharge are dangerous for your pregnancy?
You should see a doctor if you notice that your vaginal discharge colour is pale yellow or white and is accompanied by itching. This vaginal discharge occurs as a result of inadequate hygiene, vaginal flushing and a reduced number of good bacteria. If your vaginal discharge is abundant, cloudy and yellow, it is a vaginal discharge caused by gonococcal bacteria. This vaginal discharge may cause premature birth or infection of the fetus. If your vaginal discharge is frothy, copious and green-yellow, accompanied by tingling and itching, it is caused by the parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. This vaginal discharge may also cause premature birth. There is a white cheesy vaginal discharge without smell due to a drop in immunity, which causes itching and tingling. This is most often due to the presence of fungal infection with Candida albicans. This type of vaginal discharge is the least risky. The appearance of increased discharge in pregnancy is the cause of an infection that can be dangerous for mom and baby, and can even lead to miscarriage or premature birth.
It is necessary to recognize a vaginal infection in time because it could endanger your pregnancy and lead to miscarriage and premature birth. Viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites are the most common causes of vaginal infections. Any infection in pregnancy must be treated because it can lead to a miscarriage or premature birth.
What are the most common types of vaginal infections during pregnancy?
The most common vaginal infection during pregnancy is bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is an infection of the vagina that happens when there’s a change in the normal balance of bacteria there. You can recognize this type of vaginal infection when your vaginal discharge color is foamy, gray and has a very unpleasant smell. This smell is often reminiscent of the smell of rotten fish. In this case, you need to react quickly and consult your doctor. The causes of this vaginal infection can be inadequate hygiene, antibiotics, excessive hygiene, use of too strong soaps and perfume pads, unprotected sex, etc.
The presence of fungi in the vagina is a problem when they multiply in very large numbers and start threatening other microorganisms in the vaginal flora. Symptoms of a fungal infection are creamy, whitish vaginal discharge, burning urination, itching, redness, dryness, vaginal burning, etc. It is very important to recognize the fungal infection of the vaginal flora so that you can react in time. In this case, you must? visit a doctor. You can read more information about vaginal infections here.
Read on to learn more about what causes different types of vaginal infections and what you can do about it ovde.
How to have a healthy and carefree pregnancy with a vaginal probiotic?
Antibiotics can also be the cause of many vaginal infections. Their consumption destroys harmful bacteria that are the cause of the infection, but also “good” bacteria that are normally present in the vaginal flora, which after a very short period of time leads to the re-development of the infection. Normal vaginal flora is of great importance for a woman’s complete health and represents natural protection against vaginal infections. The vaginal flora consists of “good” bacteria – lactobacilli, which prevent the growth and reproduction of harmful microorganisms and thus prevent the occurrence of vaginal infections. Through consuming vaginal probiotics, you can counteract and increase the presence of lactobacilli. In order to prevent the occurrence of vaginal infections, it is necessary to consume them during pregnancy.
What is a vaginal probiotic?
Vaginal probiotics are living microorganisms that, when used in an adequate amount, have beneficial effects on the health of pregnant women and are used to prevent the onset and recurrence of vaginal infections. Vaginal probiotics help restore the vaginal flora. the use of probiotics has a positive effect on human health and enhances immunity. Thus, if the digestive system is healthy, the whole body will be healthy. Improving intestinal immunity raises systemic immunity and therefore the role of probiotics is very important for enhancing immunity, both locally and systemically. The use of a vaginal probiotic improves the local immunity of the vagina, which protects the pregnant woman from vaginal infections and complications in pregnancy.
Why FemmaBiotic is the best vaginal probiotic?
FemmaBiotic is specially formulated and adapted to women of all ages in our territories. FemmaBiotic restores the vagina flora, increases the number of lactobacilli, regulates the vagina PH and prevents the creation of vaginal and urinary infections. Taking FemmaBiotic immediately after antibiotic therapy is the ideal solution because it restores the vaginal flora and prevents re-infection.
Healthy and carefree pregnancy with FemmaBiotic
FemmaBiotic is a safe vaginal probiotic for use in pregnancy, from the first day of pregnancy until labour. In the last trimester, a pregnant woman is preparing for childbirth, and during this period it is important to use FemmaBiotic to keep the vaginal flora healthy and prevent vaginal infections that can be transmitted to the baby during labour. FemmaBiotic is taken orally, which is a significant benefit if a pregnant woman is bleeding or using additional vaginals. FemmaBiotic is certified and completely safe for use in pregnancy, from the first day of pregnancy until labour.