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Signs & Symptoms

Signs and symptoms of pregnancy & baby development :

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  • pregnant woman is like a vessel of oil full to the brim.
  • Just as a vessel needs to be taken with absolute care with careful handling ; similarly I should carry myself from one place to another with utmost care.
  • Pregnancy is very unique and precious.

Development of baby :

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  • When there is cohabitation of man having undamaged sperm & woman having undamaged genital tract, ovum & uterus during the rutukal [opportune period] and consequently the conscious [self] impelled by mind descends into the zygote situated in the uterus, the embryo is formed.
  • It grows with the utilisation of suitable nourishment and managed properly, devoid of abnormality.
  • The combination of sperm, ovum and life-principle implanted in the womb is known as embryo [Garbha].

Signs and symptoms of pregnancy :

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Signs and symptoms of pregnancy of pregnancy are :

  • Missed period

Following signs and symptoms appear after conception :

    • Salivation
    • Heaviness
    • Malaise
    • Drowsiness
    • Distress in heart region
    • Yawning
    • Sour taste in the mouth
    • Heaviness in breast
    • Darkening of areola
    • Swelling of feet
    • Loss of appetite

These are the symptoms of the conception which has just taken place.

1st month development :

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  • The sperms are deposited in the vagina during coitus.
  • These sperms reach the fallopian tubes through the cervix.
  • Only one sperm enters the mother’s egg.
  • This is called a zygote.
  • The zygote has the genetic information to become a baby who comes from its mother and father.
  • The zygote takes couple of days to reach down to fallopian tube to form a sphere of cells called blastocyst.
  • The blastocyst implants into the uterine wall on about day 6.
  • The blastocyst receives nourishment via the mother’s bloodstream.

Diet in 1st month :
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  • When pregnancy is first suspected, during this period small quantities of boiled milk which is cooled should be sipped throughout the day.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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2nd month development :

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  • The cells of the embryo differentiate into many cells that create all body parts producing a human being.

Diet in 2nd month :
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  • I should consume milk boiled and triturated with some sweet tasting herbs, such as Shatavari , Bala , Yashtimadhu & Gokshur.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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3rd month development :

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  • During the third month, all the body parts are formed simultaneously.
  • Upper and lower extremities [arm and leg] buds become visible.
  • The brain develops.
  • The eyes and ears begin to form.
  • Backbone and other bones begin to form.

Diet in 3rd month :
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    • Milk with cow`s ghee and honey should be taken every morning.
    • One part of honey and two parts of Goghrut with a cup of warm milk should be taken regularly.

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  • The umbilical cord is connected to the umbilicus of the foetus at one end & the other end is attached to the uterus of mother.
  • Placenta which carries nourishment to baby from mother is developed during this phase of third month of pregnancy.
  • The foetus attains the free flow of consciousness in it`s mind at the very time when the sense organs are manifested ; hence then onwards the foetus pulsates and expresses the desire.
  • Foetus heart which is maternally derived gets connected with the mother’s heart through vessels carrying nutrition; hence the desire is transmitted.
  • Due to this reason it is not desirable to ignore the desires of foetus expressed through mother.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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4th month development :

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  • During the fourth month, the foetus attains stability and as such the pregnant woman feels particular heaviness in the body.
  • All the body parts are well defined.
  • The heart grows and now beats at regular rhythm.
  • Blood flow starts.
  • Elbows and toes are visible.
  • All essential organs have begun to form.
  • Face, ear, eyelids continue to develop.

Diet in 4th month :
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  • Loni derived from milk should be taken in diet during the fourth month of pregnancy.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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5th month development :

  • More muscle tissue and bones have developed & the bones become harder.
  • The baby begins to make active movements in later part of 4th month which is called quickening.
  • The baby can hear.
  • All other organs continue to grow.

Diet in 5th month :

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  • Fifth month onwards, it is very important that the everyday regular meal to be supplemented with the moderate quantity of Goghrut.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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6th month development :

  • During the sixth month , the foetus is developed more in respect of strength and complexion .
  • Bone marrow begins to make blood cells.
  • Lung lower airways develop.
  • Other organs continue to develop.

Diet in 6th month :

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  • During sixth month, intake of Goghrut mixed & triturated with sweet herbs such as Shatavari , Bala , Yashtimadhu & Gokshur Is recommended for regular consumption, ideally on an empty stomach.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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7th month development :

  • During the seventh month, the foetus is developed in respect of all entities.
  • The nervous system is developed.
  • The eyelids open and close.
  • The respiratory system, while immature, has developed where gas exchange is possible.

Diet in 7th month :
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  • During seventh month, intake of Goghrut mixed & triturated with sweet herbs such as Shatavari , Bala , Yashtimadhu & Gokshur Is recommended for regular consumption, ideally on an empty stomach.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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8th month development :

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  • During the eighth month, the foetus & the mother exchange Ojas mutually now & again through nutrient carrying vessels because of the immaturity of the foetus ; hence during this period, the pregnant woman sometimes becomes excited and sometimes feels low.
  • Rhythmic breathing movements occur, but the lungs are not fully mature.
  • The bones are fully developed .

Diet in 8th month : 
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  • From the eighth month onwards, a special recipe such as soup made with milk & sugar & various types of grains, i.e. rice, semolina should be eaten daily.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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9th month development :

  • The baby is growing.

Diet in 9th month :
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  • In the ninth month, special recipes prepared with milk , Goghrut & various types of grains, i.e. rice, semolina should be eaten daily.
  • Garbhakranti diet should be consumed for proper growth of the dream baby.
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Ayurveda describes the signs and symptoms of the onset of labour :

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  • As the period of delivery of baby reaches the baby starts to descend in to the pelvis. It makes an immediate change in the shape of the abdomen.
  • The downward displacement of the baby starts reliving the pressure slowly.
  • Mother feels weakness and fatigue.
  • Mother feels heaviness in lowermost part of the abdomen due to entry of baby in the pelvic part of the cervix.
  • Pain starts and is referred towards abdomen to pelvic and from back to lateral sides.
  • Feeling of liquid is going out from vaginal path.
  • With the uterine contractions the agony arises.
  • Yoga and Pranayama helps in having a normal delivery.
  • At one beautiful moment the baby is welcomed.

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