Things to Know

Find out what to expect in the months of pregnancy – from food aversions to cravings, scheduling of appointments to packing hospital bags and more.

About My Sutraa

An all-inclusive app designed to deliver customized solutions during pregnancy and baby’s first 12 months

Learn with well-timed tips and advice from experts; get access to time-lined articles, books, multimedia resources , and more

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We understand your needs all the way from first week all the way to the fortieth week and beyond. My Sutraa has all the features you need from diet to fitness and changes in your body to changes in your baby.

Pregnancy Tracker

Get weekly updates of your baby’s development and learn about physical and emotional changes you may experience during each stage of your pregnancy.
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See suggested activities and health routines for vitality at each stage of your pregnancy, and to support your physical recovery after your child is born.
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Learn about the best foods to maintain your health and strength during pregnancy and the important first year ofinfant care. Also, get weekly diet plans  designed to meet special nutrient requirements during pregnancy and postpartum.
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Get access to large collection of books and multimedia on pregnancy and parenting.  Also, receive week specific articles during  pregnancy
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Personal Diary

A great way to preserve special moments of your life like the moment you announced your pregnancy, picking a name, the first kick and everything in between. Create notes and photos of your experiences from the very first day of your pregnancy through the first 12 months of your child.
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Expert Advice

Stay up-to-date on the latest tips and recommendations from respected  professionals. Get advice on prenatal & postpartum thru a simple question and answer format.
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Why Choose My Sutraa?

Create memoir of pregnancy experiences in meaningful and personal ways

Empowers you to make informed choices thru evidence based birth

Ask questions, share stories, and compare notes with experts and professionals

A single app for 21st century womb education & continuum care providing info on Neuroscience, Epigenetic, Pre & Perinatal care

Trimester Chart

A week by week insight on your baby’s development as wells as changes in your body with 3D images and videos.

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    You may begin to exhibit some early pregnancy symptoms such as breast tenderness, headaches, lower backaches, and nausea. It is important to know that many early pregnancy symptoms are similar to those you may experience before your period.

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    Baby's toes form

    In the ninth week of pregnancy, or seven weeks after conception, your baby's arms grow, develop bones and bend at the elbows. Fingers and toes are no longer webbed. You may experience mood swings, heartburn, and feeling more bloated.

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    Urine forms

    Your baby's intestines have returned to his or her abdomen from the umbilical cord and baby is also beginning to form urine and discharge it into the amniotic fluid.

    You may not have begun to wear maternity clothes yet, but you have most likely replaced tight fitting clothes with more comfortable clothing

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1st Trismester

0.4kg - 2.0kg
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    Baby begins to hear

    Eighteen weeks into your pregnancy, your baby's ears begin to stand out on the sides of his or her head.

    Your figure is continuing to change, and most people can recognize that you are pregnant, especially if you are wearing maternity clothes. However, there are many other changes that are occurring that no one can see.

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    Baby's hair becomes visible

    Your baby is completely covered with a fine, down-like hair called lanugo. Your baby's eyebrows might be visible

    Tips for Him

    Suggest that the two of you do something now that might be harder to do once the baby has arrived. Like going for movie.

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    2nd Trimester Ends

    Congratulations! You are now entering your third trimester. Here is what you might experience in the upcoming week. By this point in your pregnancy, you can feel your baby move much more.

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2nd Trismester

2.0kg - 8.0kg
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    Nervous system development

    Your baby's central nervous system has matured to the stage where it can control body temperature.

    Having a new baby is a big responsibility, and you may feel a variety of emotions including anxiety.

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    False labour

    Starting this week, you may begin to see your health care provider every week. You may experience Braxton Hicks and head to the hospital, only to be told that they are actually experiencing a false alarm or false labor.

    It is essential that you have your bag packed for the trip to the hospital by now.

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    Due date arrives

    Congratulations! You will probably be welcoming your baby this week. Don't be alarmed if your due date comes and goes without incident. It's just as normal to deliver a baby a week or two late.

    Here is what you can expect as you go into labor.

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*units in weeks

3rd Trismester

8.0kg - 13.6kg


boy  or  girl

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Because becoming a mom should be fun -we provide relevant information for every day and every important stage of a woman’s parenthood.

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4th Trimester


The Hospital Bag

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