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Tips And Pointers For Getting Through Your Pregnancy

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Tips And Pointers For Getting Through Your Pregnancy

Author : Lamery Hanly   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-04-09 13:42:26    Word Count : 683    Popularity:   0

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If you have the problem of heartburn during pregnancy, you might want to consider chewing gum after you eat. When you chew gum, it will stimulate the salivary glands, and the saliva produced could help to neutralize the acid, lessening the chances of developing heartburn and the discomfort it brings.

When pregnant, be careful when lifting. Try to avoid lifting heavy objects and have someone else do the lifting whenever possible. However, if you must lift, remember to do so with good form. Do not bend over to lift; squat down, keeping your back erect, and lift with your arms instead of your back.

It is obvious that you should not smoke or drink when you are pregnant, but it is also beneficial to quit or cut back while you are trying to conceive. Exposure to secondhand smoke and excessive drinking can cause fertility problems, in both you and your partner. It is also easier on your body to cut back on alcohol gradually, so it isn't a shock to your system.

Do consider allowing student midwives, obstetricians, or other student medical practitioners in the room while you give birth, if you have the opportunity. These students are often thrilled to observe as many births as they can, and you will provide them with valuable experience and skills that they can use for future patients.

For a healthy pregnancy, start taking prenatal vitamins before you decide to get pregnant. Prenatal vitamins are specially formulated to support a growing baby and contain more essential vitamins, like folic acid and iron. You should also adopt a healthy diet and low impact exercise regimen, such as prenatal yoga.

Make sure to schedule some last minute pampering before the baby is born. Get your hair cut and your nails done. After the baby is born it may be a long long time before you will be able to do that again. If you do get a chance to do it you will be anxious to get back as soon as possible. Take advantage of the time you have and enjoy it before the baby is born.

Keep all of your prenatal appointments during pregnancy. It might feel unnecessary to see a doctor so often, but changes to your body and your baby can happen quickly. It is important for your doctor to continuously track your pregnancy in order to ensure the health of your baby. Your own health might also depend on these regular visits.

To help ease nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, you should snack often and drink plenty of water or other liquids. It can also help to avoid situations that trigger your feelings of nausea when you can. If the smell of a certain food cooking brings on the feeling, save that recipe for after the baby is born.

Watch your intake of fish during your pregnancy. Many fish have levels of methylmercury that are unsafe for consumption while you are pregnant. Mercury is toxic to the baby's neurological system. The worst offenders of mercury levels are shark, king mackerel, and swordfish so stay far away from those.

While you are pregnant, you want to be sure that any medications you take will be safe for you and your unborn baby, especially those that you use during the critical first trimester. You will want to talk with your health care provider, and discuss the benefits and risks of medications you use during this wonderful time.

Shift your consumption of water and other fluids to earlier in the day to offset the need to empty your bladder during the night. It is important to stay hydrated but by limiting the amount of liquids consumed within an hour or two before going to bed, you can reduce the number of middle of the night trips to the bathroom.

As stated in the beginning of this article, knowing all about pregnancy is crucial for both women who are pregnant for the first time, and women who are pregnant but have kids already. The above article is meant to inform you of all there is to know about pregnancy so you can have a stress-free experience.

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