Healthy pregnancy: Signs that you have a healthy baby inside the womb

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Healthy baby: Some signs clearly suggest that the baby inside the womb is healthy and fit.

Healthy pregnancy: Pregnancy is one of the most crucial phases of a woman’s life. A pregnant woman undergoes a anxiety and worries about her unborn baby. Every woman wants to ensure that her baby is safe and healthy. For this, they regularly undergo tests, take healthy diet and involve good habits. However, at times, no matter how careful you have been through your pregnancy, the baby does not grow inside the womb. There are many factors which affect the growth of the child. However, the body of the mother gives certain sure-shot signs to ensure that the baby inside the womb is healthy and safe. Let’s find out how to know that the baby inside the womb is safe and healthy. (Also read: What are the important tips for the first time pregnancy)

What are the signs of a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby?

  • Weight gain
  • Belly size
  • Healthy heartbeat
  • Fetal movement
  • Prelabor numbness

Weight gain
A healthy weight gain during pregnancy is must as it ensures the healthy growth and development of the baby. A pregnant woman on an average gain around 12-15 kgs of weight during her pregnancy. Your doctor will make you aware of the amount of weight you are likely to gain. This is one of the most obvious signs of healthy pregnancy. (Also read: What are the various health issues that may harm your baby while you are pregnant)

Belly size

Signs that baby is healthy inside the womb
The size of the belly is an important factor to ensure the growth of the baby in a healthy way.

The size of the belly keeps changing as you proceed to the later phase of the pregnancy. It grows as it has a baby inside who is also growing simultaneously. You need to consult your doctor about your pregnancy and belly size. The size of your belly helps to ensure the healthy growth of the baby inside the womb.

Healthy heartbeat
One can easily sense the heartbeat of the unborn child. On an average, the heartbeat of the child varies from 110 to 160 beats in a minute. If it falls between the same, this ensures you have a healthy pregnancy. This is done with the help of heartbeat monitoring of the fetal. You can talk to your doctor about it. (Also read: How Loud Music Or Noise During Pregnancy Can Affect The Baby)

Fetal movement

Signs of a healthy baby inside womb of a pregnant lady
Healthy pregnancy: The kicks of the baby suggests that the baby is growing in a healthy way.

The baby inside the womb makes movement, kicks, take hiccups and ensures that he/she is growing properly. These little movements help to ensure the health of the child. It is a way of communication that helps to connect the mother and the baby. One can track the movements of the baby with the monitoring screen and can even feel it. This shows that the baby is growing and is active. (Also read: What does the kick of the baby suggest during pregnancy)

Prelabour numbness
In the latter part of the pregnancy, the baby starts making less movement. Many pregnant woman freakout during this time. The less or no fetal movement is nothing to worry. It is actually because of the fact that the baby is dropping to the pelvis and is preparing for the delivery. So, don’t panic, the baby is safe and healthy.

Don’t miss to read: What are the signs that the baby has stopped growing inside the womb

These are some of the signs which shows that the baby is healthy and is growing inside the womb. Rest, every pregnant woman has different signs and symptoms. You need to be in constant touch with your doctor. However, do not panic and keep calm. You can read this article in Hindi as well.

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