Motivation

How I Turned My Pregnancy into a Pleasant Experience

It is not easy to go through all the physical and mental troubles of pregnancy, but it is a phase that passes quickly. It’s a journey that you have to value. There are a lot of things I can complain about it. However, there are also a lot of things that make it pleasant.

Consulting a doctor is necessary, so you have to do it a lot. However, to have a doctor who is more of a friend than a physician is rare. My pregnancy wasn’t complicated, but it was my first time and I was very nervous, but it was my doctor who made me feel that everything was fine and normal. She helped me keep my spirits up by always speaking positively.

Aside from my doctor, I also had my family with me. There were certain advice I had from my loving parents and in-laws that I would like to share. These things will help pregnancy easier for you, too:

  • Always remain positive. Think positive and act positively. If there are complications, accept them and go for a treatment feeling positive that things will turn out well.
  • Be happy. Your mood affects the baby’s health.
  • Prepare a cosy and decorated space for the newcomer. It will keep you engaged and also keep you happy.
  • Do not over exert or tire yourself. Take help from others.
  • Walk and do small household chores or office work. The more you keep your body in movement the easier will your labour be.
  • Eat nutritious food and lots of green vegetables and fruits. However consulting a dietician is always good.

I followed their advice, and kept myself busy taking care of myself and my baby. When I felt tired, I only had to touch my belly and told myself that I would soon see my child.

Pregnancy Testing, Tales

How I Knew I was Pregnant

I was married at the age of twenty-one. My husband is a tall, handsome person who has great affection for little children. Wherever we went, he was sure to find a kid and start playing. He used to laugh and did all sorts of tricks to make kids happy. At times, he got so involved with the kids that he used to completely forget my presence. I felt a bit jealous, but I admired him even more for this, and one day, I thought that I should have my own baby.

It was as if Providence was reading my mind. That very evening, I felt uneasy and nauseated. We went out for dinner, but the sight of my favorite food made me feel dizzy. I went twice to the washroom and returned home. I felt very sick. My husband was really worried, but I was feeling a bit happy. “What if I am pregnant?” I thought. I bought and used a pregnancy test strip and was overjoyed. The result was positive.

The next morning, we went to the doctor, and my pregnancy was confirmed. My husband was really glad, and my happiness was so great that I completely ignored my dizziness and my nausea.

The period of nine months was a period of mixed feelings. Most of the time, I felt really happy- the soft kicks of tiny feet, the imaginary face of my little angel, the preparations and shopping for my baby and above all, the loving care of my husband made me feel so precious. Sometimes, I was worried, tensed, irritant and moody. But there were lots of people who coaxed me out and everything was fine.