7 Tips For Healthy Pregnancy You Should Know


Having a baby can be an exciting time but some inspired women tend to avoid it as healthier lifestyle choices. Nevertheless, before you take care of your newborn baby, you need to take care of yourself. As soon as you suspect you are pregnant then see your doctor immediately. Here you will find some tips on how to improve your eating and physical activities while you are pregnant.

1. Stay Healthy During Pregnancy


Either you are planning to get pregnant or you are pregnant then to take care of yourself & your baby you should have to know some basic pregnancy advice. Do not smoke or be in a place where a person smokes. Don’t drink and tell your partner also not to drink. Eat healthy food, vegetables, fruits rich in vitamins & minerals. Always eat a folate-rich diet as it is crucial for the baby’s neural tube development and is also vital for the creation of new red blood cells. Foods like fortified cereals, asparagus, lentils, weight germs, oranges are rich in folates and should be included in the diet.

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2. Take A Prenatal Vitamin


Prenatal vitamins are mostly prescribed by doctors if you want to convince.  These vitamins are important for the nourishment of a baby’s neural cord as they will develop into the brain & spinal cord within the first month of your pregnancy.

3. Change Up Chores


Your daily chores like scrubbing or bathroom cleaning can be risky when you’re pregnant.  Exposing chemical toxins, lifting heavy weights, or coming in contact with bacteria can be harmful to you and your baby. You should avoid all these routine works and wash your hands thoroughly after every cleaning.

4. Drink More Water


Drinking enough water helps to prevent hemorrhoids, constipation, fatigue, headache, and other pregnancy symptoms. Drink at least 8-10 glasses per day.  You can also drink lemon water or fruit juice.

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5. Know When To Call The Doctor


You should know when to call your doctor during pregnancy. If you feel any kind of cramps, pain, contractions, vaginal bleeding, and leakage of fluid, shortness of breath, heart palpitation, dinginess or fainting or decreased activity of the baby are some of the symptoms where you should call the doctor.

6. Check Your Medication


Don’t take any over-the-counter drugs NSAIDs or any other medication without doctor’s advice. This can increase the chances of miscarriage.

7. Track Your Weight Gain 


Eating right for two and gaining is good but at the same time, you should not gain enough weight as it can be risky for a baby with low birth weight and can cause major development problems.  You should frequently check with your doctor and make sure you are gaining at a healthy rate and your weight should be as per women’s body mass index.

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