Holding your newborn in your arms is a joys unlike any other. Every couple seems extremely excited about cherishing this beautiful phase. However, many couples experience confusion and complications on their journey to bring their baby into this world. Things might get extra difficult for those who are planning to become parents for the first time. But do you know that most of these troubles can be eliminated, if the pregnancy is planned well in advance. Are you wondering how to plan for your pregnancy? Let's talk:
Nurturing a baby requires an equal amount of time, energy, and effort from both partners. Hence, before conceiving the baby, the couple should first discuss and plan each and every aspect of their pregnancy. They should make an unanimous decision to bring the baby to this world followed by pregnancy care, delivery and post-delivery duties. In this way, the couple is better prepared physically, mentally, and financially to tackle the upcoming responsibilities.
Be it consulting a good doctor or procuring nutritional supplements for the mother and the baby, a significant amount of money is required during pregnancy. Hence, a couple should discuss their finances and should be monetarily equipped to comfortably handle all types of expenses. Below is a list of some common expenses incurred during pregnancy and after delivery:
A healthy physical condition and a sound mental state of a husband and wife are crucial for conceiving a healthy baby. Ayurveda recommends a complete body detox before planning a baby. The detoxification ensures a healthy mind, body, and soul for the couple.
Healthy body weight, blood sugar level, blood pressure, hormonal balance, etc. are some of the other vital parameters which should be strictly watched and maintained during conception of the baby and the pregnancy period.
Conception of the baby is the most troublesome part for a lot of couples while planning their pregnancy. A good doctor or gynecologist can help a couple deal with this by prescribing them with the essential supplements required to conceive faster. After the baby is conceived, step-by-step guidance from an experienced gynecologist is imperative for the good health of the mother and the child. Keep in mind the following factors while choosing a doctor:
Garbhadhaan Sanskar is the first of the 16 most important Sanskars of life in Sanatan Dharma. Garbhaadhaan Sanskar aims at preparing the couple to conceive and give birth to a healthy offspring. This sanskar creates a positive and healthy environment for the couple to conceive on an auspicious muhurat by following the Vedic procedures.
Life is another name for the unexpected. Difficulty in conceiving the baby, miscarriages during the initial pregnancy months, and an unhealthy baby in the womb are some of the most common hitches faced by couples during their pregnancy. But despite all this, always keep yourself optimistic and hopeful. And yes, don't think twice before reaching out to your doctors, friends, and family for help and guidance.
Right from getting the "good news" to the moment you actually hold your baby in your hands, the whole period of pregnancy is an emotional journey that culminates in the happiness of a lifetime. So, enjoy each and every moment of this delicious slice of joy.
Garbh Sanskar is the Vedic way of giving birth to a child of your dreams. It also enhances the overall experience of pregnancy to make it a positive, healthy, and joyous one.
Q1. When should we plan for pregnancy?
When you feel that you’re financially and emotionally ready to shoulder the responsibilities of having a child, you can plan for pregnancy.
Q2. How can I increase my chances of getting pregnant?
The best time to conceive a baby is 15 days after your period. This is when you will be ovulating. Having relations during this time can increase your chances of getting pregnant.
Q3. What are 3 things a woman should do before she gets pregnant?
The 3 main things a woman should do before she gets pregnant are:
Talk to the husband and make sure you are both ready to have a baby.
Visit the doctor to get the right advice.
Make sure that you have enough money saved up to be able to comfortably afford the financial burden of having a child.
Q4. How many days after my period can I get pregnant?
You can get pregnant after 14 - 16 days of your period. This is when you’re most likely to be ovulating.
Q5. What should you not do when trying to get pregnant?
When trying to be pregnant, you should not drink alcohol or smoke cigarettes. It's also best to stick to a healthy diet and avoid eating junk food.
If you are planning your pregnancy, then you must download the Krishna Coming: Garbh Sanskar app now to begin your pregnancy journey. If you are already pregnant, then download the app and select your pregnancy month to begin the online garbh sanskar course under the guidance of experts.