I am an expecting new mom-to-be, waiting for my first baby and I am in the 36 th week. Like all new expecting mothers, I am also very anxious about the labour and delivery.
As far as now, with Almighty’s grace, everything is going fine through out the pregnancy.
I was working till my 6th month, and then I couldn’t continue since my doctor felt like my cervix was short and to rest is better. So, I was resting, I didn’t do much work.My mom was a great support to me.She use to take very good care of me.
Moving close to the end of pregnancy,also builds up a fear of labour, first of all I start thinking will I get labour pain?, or will the 40th week also get over and will I be induced for labour pain?, will I be able to withstand the pain?, will I deliver the baby normaly or due to any reason if the doctor suggests c-section ,what will I do?. I have a big bundle of questions wandering in my mind always.still I try to calm down myself and hoping for the best soon.As of now I use to walk and do very simple excercises, hoping those will help me.My doctor told me to limit on carbs, so we can avoid the risk of gestational diabetes.
My haemoglobin levels are very low,only 7.5, in my 32 week.
So my doctor suggested to take iron injection twice a week, inorder to increase the my hb. I am trying to increase hb through diet also. But still iam afraid whether my hb levels will hike up or not. Only after a set of doses taken my hb level in blood will be checked and i am eagerly waiting with fingers crossed.
I am equally curious about my new born baby, purchasing new born essentials even though iam not clear about the exact essentials I am buying whichever I think might be useful. I am all excited to setup my hospital bag also. So, hoping everything to be fine in my delivery.
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