Oct 20, 2012 - Health    No Comments

Health Before Expecting

I wanted to be in good health so that nothing can interfere when I do get pregnant. I had some teeth issues in the past and now I’m still seeing the dentist so that no tooth ache will bother me in the future, because I can’t imagine any work done in my mouth without using an anesthetic.

I also went to a lady gynecologist and she gave me thumbs up for other health issues. So for other future moms, a fibrocyst in your breast doesn’t prevent you to have a baby, and even to breastfeed. It’s a condition that affects over 60% of the women but most don’t even know is there. In most cases you don’t even have to remove it but make sure the lump is really a fibrocyst. Consult more than one doctor, have more than one ultrasound, and check it periodically for any changes might occur in the next 6 months. If it moves around is a good sign but let a doctor decide that.

I also made some blood tests to see if there is something it needs to be fixed. My doctor gave some folic acid to take before getting pregnant, and any, but at doctors recommendation, vitamins, calcium and magnesium are welcomed to strengthen you future “room” of the baby.

So that is that about me preparing the womb and a healthy environment for my future baby. For all the future moms in the world, be safe and have fun being pregnant. (I wonder if I’ll think the same when the nausea will hit).

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