Pregnancy

Pregnancy

We will make you regular periodic checks until the desired moment of delivery.

In a pregnancy that passes without complications, consultations are scheduled every 4 weeks.

The objective is to avoid possible disorders during pregnancy, including some subsequent inconvenience (pre-eclampsia, placenta previa, abnormal position of the fetus, delayed intrauterine growth retardation), among others.

Here at the Clínica del Carmen, we have the latest technological equipment in ultrasound 3D / 4D / 5D HD LIGHT, you can see and hear your baby, months before you can hug him.

+ Frequently asked questions.

 From what day are the weeks of pregnancy counted?

Many people think that the weeks of pregnancy are counted from the last ovulation, but it is not so, but it is counted from the first day of your last menstruation.

Why do you have nausea?

Nausea is mainly due to the effect of a hormone produced by the placenta: human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). There are many women who do not feel them and others who suffer for several weeks. In case of persistence, it is important to talk with your gynecologist so that he can help you relieve the symptoms.

How much kilos can I increase in pregnancy?

Generally It is recommended to increase at most between 9 and 12 kilos throughout pregnancy to prevent diseases and complications in childbirth. This recommendation can be extended or decreased depending on your weight at the beginning of pregnancy. Your gynecologist will tell you at the first consultation.

When will I notice my baby?

If it is your first pregnancy, you will begin to feel how your baby moves about the 20-22 week of gestation. In the subsequent pregnancies their movements are usually noticed before, about the week 18-20 approximately. At first it may not be every day, but as the pregnancy progresses the movements will be more evident.

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