Fetus Music & Things to Avoid During Pregnancy
Congratulations! You are pregnant. The excitement of becoming a mom can be an amazing experience. During your nine months of pregnancy while your precious bundle of joy is developing, it is very important that you take care of yourself. However, there are several things you should know when you are pregnant. Here is a list of don’ts to ensure a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby.
During your pregnancy, you should:
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During your pregnancy, you should avoid:
Certain foods like raw meat, undercooked beef, and poultry should be avoided. These can be contaminated with toxoplasmosis or salmonella. Fish with high level of mercury such as shark, king mackerel, swordfish, and tilefish should be avoided. Eating raw eggs can pose a risk of salmonella and should not be consumed. For a healthy pregnancy, the mother’s diet needs to be balanced and nutritious – this involves the right balance of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, and consuming a wide variety of plants like vegetables, and fruits. A healthy diet alone, however, may not be enough for pregnancy. Take prenatal vitamins such as calcium, iron and folic acid for proper development of the fetus and this helps prevent birth defects.
Caffeine should be taken at moderate levels not more than 150 to 300 milligrams (mg) a day or it may increase your blood pressure, heart rate, and the number of trips you make to the restroom. Plus, caffeine crosses the placenta and can increase your baby’s heart rate. If a pregnant mother consumes too much caffeine during her pregnancy, there is a raised risk of a low birth weight, which can lead to health problems later. There is also a higher risk of miscarriage.
Smoking and alcohol consumption is terrible for both mom-to-be and baby and it is considered the high risk for pregnant women. Drinking during pregnancy has been associated with negative outcomes during pregnancy and after birth like low birth weight, premature delivery, and learning disabilities. Use non-alcoholic beverages. Alcohol passes quickly from your bloodstream through the placenta and umbilical cord to your baby, and this can harm your developing baby’s brain and organs.
If you have a cat in the house, do not clean the cat’s litter box because feline waste is filled with millions of bacteria and parasites especially Toxoplasma Gondii, which can be dangerous for you and baby – potentially leading to miscarriage or stillbirth. Babies who contract this parasite may face serious health problems, including seizures and mental disabilities.
Anything that raises your core body temperature above 102 F can be harmful to you and your baby. You should avoid Very hot, long baths or showers, saunas, electric blankets or spending too much time in the sun. Relax and calm down.
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