October Pregnancy Tips: Week Two

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Your menstrual cycle has entered the 2nd week, and the ovulation period is usually on the 13th-20th day of the menstrual cycle, so at the end of the 2nd week, your ovulation period will start.

Your menstrual cycle has entered the 2nd week, and the ovulation period is usually on the 13th-20th day of the menstrual cycle, so at the end of the 2nd week, your ovulation period will start.

Now you should develop a more detailed pregnancy plan, which should include your work arrangements, health care, nutritious diet, and family financial planning.

Now that you have mastered the basal body temperature method, you must want to learn a little about menstruation. Menstruation refers to regular, periodic bleeding from the uterus. It is associated with periodic follicular maturation, ovulation and corpus luteum formation in the ovary. The follicles mature on the 5th to the 13th day of the menstrual cycle, and the endometrium proliferates. After ovulation, the corpus luteum matures on the 14th to the 23rd day of the menstrual cycle. At this time, the endometrium continues to thicken. If there is no fertilization, The lining of the uterus is shed and becomes menstruation. A normal menstrual period lasts 2-7 days, with the heaviest bleeding on days 2-3, about 20-60 ml. Understanding the basics of menstruation can better help you grasp the basal body temperature method and adjust your body and fertile time to the best time. Fertilization is generally best 15-18 hours after the egg is released.

Although you do not know whether you are pregnant or not, the pregnancy plan has been made long ago, so now you should strengthen nutrition and eat more foods rich in folic acid, such as cherries, peaches, plums, apricots, hawthorns and other fresh fruits. Rich in folic acid. Folic acid is one of the three major hematopoietic raw materials in the human body, which promotes the production of red blood cells. If folic acid is lacking in early pregnancy, it will affect the normal development of the fetal nervous system, resulting in neural tube defects such as spina bifida or anencephaly. Therefore, the US Centers for Disease Control has recommended that women of childbearing age should supplement with 0.4 mg of folic acid per day, and pregnant women should take about 1 mg per day.

Use the doppler heart monitor to view the heartbeat of the fetus in the abdomen, observe the fetus at all times, and pay attention to his growth.

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