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Monday, 24 October 2011

15 Obligations when Pregnant - Health Tips

You are pregnant, here's 15 things you must remember to mnejalani lalukan and a safe and healthy pregnancy.

1. Folic Acid
Take one tablet of folic acid every day while pregnant and continue to do so until the time you visit the doctor.

2. Do not take random drug
Avoid drugs without a prescription and inform your doctor about your pregnancy before taking any medication.

3. Prioritize pregnancy
Do not miss regular checkups, follow all your doctor's advice, say no to overtime, and take extra breaks.

4. Join a pregnancy program
This program will educate you about diet, exercise, and breastfeeding. As well, preparing you for childbirth and child care, eliminate fears and learn from others' experiences.

5. Eat right
Choose more home cooking than junk food, wheat products instead of refined sugar, fresh foods than processed food, and multiply the fruit juice instead of coffee and tea. Eating too many nuts, dairy products, sprouts, vegetables, and fruits.

6. Mild exercise
Pamper your body with light exercise such as walking, cycling, swimming, or yoga unless your doctor forbids it. Avoid lifting heavy weights and keep yourself to keep it hydrated.

7. Understand and accept the changes in body
Your body is changing. Bigger breasts, stretch marks begin to appear, and you gain weight. That pa taka fine, thanks and enjoy the happiness of being a mother.

8. Keep your weight
Weight gain is usually started from the fourth month. You will add about 450 grams per week.

9. Visit the dentist
Pregnancy makes you susceptible to bleeding gums and gum disease. Dental infections, if untreated, can lead to preterm labor. So take care of oral hygiene and fill the schedule of visits to the dentist.

10. Wear appropriate clothing
Choose loose-fitting dress with a low-heeled footwear is comfortable. Choose a bra with good and fitting. Pa taka when frequently changing size according to need.

11. No drinking or smoking
Smoking shall be prohibited and minun alcohol while pregnant!

12. Walk
Second trimester (4 to 6 months) is the safest time to travel. More choose travel by train than by air or have a private car. Avoid visiting places that do not have easy access to medical care and always carry a copy of your medical file.

13. Sex
The second trimester is also the safest time to enjoy sex. Consult with your doctor if you have complications that require you to abstain. You may have to change position to avoid pressure on the abdomen.

14. Involve husband
Allow your partner to accompany you to the doctor, discuss baby names, and let him feel your baby move. Do not ignore him so that he is more motivated to pamper you!

15. Immediately report the doctor
Immediately report to your doctor if you experience pain over the lower abdomen, bloody, or if your baby is less mobile.
16.. Choose the appropriate hospital
In addition to obstetricians are comfortable, consider the distance from the hospital where you live. Note also the hygiene and medical facilities as well as discuss the budget and insurance facilities


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