kelikkk la saya pelisss!!

9 weeks

semalam chek up kat klinik an-nur, scan baby n dapatkan obimin supply untuk 2 bulan terus... hehehe since tak de masalah so insyaAllah bulan 7 la pulak baru next chek up. alhamdulillah baby sihat, sekarang dah masuk 9 minggu, so dah leh nampak kaki n tangan yg tecit tu.... tengah berpusing2 dlm perut mummy... hehehehe... tak sabarnya nak tunggu besar skit leh scan sekali lagi ngan scan 3D... ingan arissa n adam dulu mana ada 3d punya scan ni... so kali  ni exited la skit kan hehehehe...

lebih kurang cam ni la rupa baby 9 minggu... hehehe
Photobucket semasa kat klinik sempat lah tanya dokter, betul ke org preggy tak leh wat facial? sbb banyak la cakap2 dr "dokter" tak bertauliah cakap org preggy tak leh tu tak leh ni... so dokter cakap " org preggy ni org yg normal, buat la facial ke apa pun asalkan tak wat laser,menggunakan bahan kimia yg terlampau kuat , or body treatment spt slimming,sauna,stim2 tu mmg tak le" " nak urut kaki pun boleh asal jgn urut perut." seee... ni dokter tau cakap bukan pandai2 tau... so bila pergi salon utk wat facial tu bg tau la yg kita ni preggy,sbb mungkin ada bahan2 yg tidak sesuai utk org preggy... so setakat nak wat normal facial tu tak de masalah.... pape pun sila minta nasihat dr dokter anda sara kongsi artikel pasal facial ni ye...

Pregnancy can come with its share of skin-related problems, so there's no shame in wanting a facial to get your skin back into shape while you're expecting. However, because many facial treatments often use harsh chemicals, it's important to be wary when choosing a method.
If you're looking into getting a facial because of skin issues, whether it's acne, rashes or discolorations, you'll want to be careful of what ingredients you use since your skin can absorb chemicals into the bloodstream. You'll also want to be aware that since these problems are often hormone-related, a treatment like a facial might not give you the visible results you were hoping for [source: Bouchez].
Expectant mothers should steer clear of a few common acne-fighting ingredients often used in facials, such as benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid and any type of retinoid [source: Bouchez]. Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) are approved for use -- particularly products containing glycolic acid, the mildest type of AHA. In some cases, these have eliminated acne and smoothed out an uneven skin tone in pregnant women.
If you want a facial just for relaxation, you might consider those that use simple moisturizers or certain natural products, such as soy. The terms "natural" or "organic" don't automatically make it safe, so you need to be aware of any allergies you have as well as the risks of the products you're using. Even common ingredients like soy can do more harm than good. Soy contains estrogen-like components, which might affect your hormone balance [source: Drakulich]. While many of these products may not actually benefit your skin in any way, they can provide a nice, relaxing afternoon of pampering.
If you decide to get a facial at a spa or salon, mention that you're pregnant -- as well as any allergies you're aware of -- when you're setting the appointment. Salons and spas should be equipped to handle your specific needs as an expecting mother, and if they're not, try somewhere else. On top of using different ingredients, they'll also take it easy on your face, which is likely extra-sensitive because of increased blood flow.
Once you've given birth, you're not out of the woods yet. Experts haven't yet determined whether the same acne-fighting ingredients mentioned above could be transferred to your child during nursing or affect his or her development. To be safe, it's best to stay away from topical retinoids and hormone-affecting ingredients until you've finished nursing [source: American Pregnancy Association, American Academy of Dermatology].

It should be OK to get a facial if you follow the above precautions, but as with all pregnancy issues, it's best to consult with your doctor if you have questions.

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