Sign Of Pregnancy
How soon can you know if you're pregnant? Learn the common early signs of pregnancy.
1. Check if you get extremely tired
Due to the increase in hormone levels, most women begin to feel extreme fatigue as one of their first signs of pregnancy.
2. Check if you get short of breath
The fetus that is slowly developing needs oxygen, meaning that youll likely feel a bit deprived. Unfortunately, theres a good chance that youll continue to feel out of breath if you decide to bring the baby to term.
3. Recall if you get dizzy
Often caused by either low blood sugar or blood pressure, a dizzy spell or a fainting episode could mean that you have a bun in the oven.
4. Look for signs of cramping and or bloating
This very early sign of pregnancy tends to feel much like your period is coming. It could be your period, but it could also be early pregnancy.
5. Look for signs of headaches
Usually thought to be a cause of changing hormones in your body during pregnancy, headaches are common maladies of women who are newly pregnant.
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GK Indian History
Herbal Medicine - Ashoka
Known as: Ashok (H) Ashoka is a famous uterine tonic specifically used for excess bleeding and pain. Lord Buddha was born under the ashoka tree and Lord Ram’s wife S´? - ta was held captive in an ashoka grove in Sri Lanka. It literally means ‘remover of sorrow’, attesting to its ability to cure pain and discomfort.Benefits
Gynaecology A very useful herb to treat menstrual disorders associated with excess bleeding (rakta pradara), pain and congestion. Use when there are uterine spasms, abdominal pain and dysmenorrhoea. Its affinity for the uterine muscles and endometrium indicates its use as a uterine tonic to help with prolapse, miscarriage and irregular menstrual cycles. Also of benefit for clearing congestion from the mamsa and medas dhatus when there are fibroids, cysts, endometriosis and leucorrhoea from excess ama and kapha in the artava srotas (Swami Shiva Tirtha). Digestion Its astringency can help to alleviate bleeding piles and dysentery. Also used to treat colitis and ulcers. Urine It encourages the flow of urine and can help to alleviate painful urination. Pain ashoka has specific analgesic properties and can be used to soothe the nerves where they are aggravated by vata (Gogte 2000). Heart Its nourishing effect on the circulatory system makes it a useful remedy in cardiac weakness and arrhythmia.