Tracking and Learning Pregnancy Symptoms

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By Ella,

Imagine this scenario, you finally get pregnant and you’re thrilled about welcoming the bundle of joy that would make your entire life complete. However, pregnancy can’t be compared to easy ride; instead it’s more similar to rollercoaster. You have some good days and some bad days, and it’s all part of a wonderful experience that can’t be compared to anything else – becoming a mother.

Every woman is different and while some woman doesn’t experience a wide range of pregnancy symptoms, other woman does and so on. In order to learn how to embrace everything that comes along your pregnancy, you have to know as much as you can about it. Getting informed is the first step towards healthy and safe pregnancy. In order to do that, you can browse pregnancy websites or flip through pregnancy magazines. However, both these methods can be quite time-wasting. Why? The answer is simple, due to busy lifestyle and hectic schedule, nobody actually has enough time to spend hours to scroll down the website’s content or go through pages of magazine in order to find little to no information at all.

What to do then? There’s quite an easy solution you can use to track and learn pregnancy symptoms and it includes informative pregnancy app with high quality content. However, not every pregnancy app is the same and you have to make sure which one you choose. For example, the primary concern that most pregnant women have about these apps is their limited content. There are several apps you can download but, eventually, they prove to be unhelpful and offer no explanation to pregnancy symptoms and it’s even impossible to track them.

Luckily, Baby Steps app is an exception to that rule and it offers detailed explanations to all pregnancy symptoms you might experience. Moreover, with this app you also have the ability to track every bodily change you feel which will help you prevent various pregnancy complications.

Besides learning more about changes that occur in your body during the specific time of your pregnancy, you can also get informed about what’s coming next and avoid “surprises”. With Baby Steps, you just have to insert the required information and app does everything else. You just have to track the baby’s development, log your symptoms and you will know what’s going on in your body at all times.

For example, with Baby Steps you can learn that:

  • You usually experience first pregnancy symptoms in 4th week of pregnancy: lack of menstrual period, cramps, nausea, fatigue etc.

  • In 12th week of the pregnancy you will probably develop the famous “pregnancy glow”

  • Once you reach second trimester most pregnancy symptoms will decrease

  • You might experience heartburn etc.

Baby Steps allows you to track your pregnancy week by week, monitor symptoms and changes you experience, and learn what they mean for you and your baby. Plus, the app also contains bunch of tips and tricks to make this stage of your life easier and more relaxed. The app is free and available for iPhone and iPad.


Author Bio:

Ella James is an aspiring author who is pursuing Health Services Administration degree from St. Petersburg College. She is an active contributor to Consumer Health Digest, which is a leading Health News Website. Her interests include reading and writing about Health, Fitness and Latest world news. Get connected with her on Facebook and Twitter.

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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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