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Pregnancy Care Tips

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Pregnancy Care Tips

Congratulations; you are pregnant! This is a very special time for you. Prenatal care is an important part of a healthy pregnancy that can help moms-to-be and their babies to stay healthy. It’s important to take care of your baby, even before they are born. Your body goes through many changes during this time as well as your emotions too. You’re more likely to have a healthy birth if you maintain a healthy pregnancy so follow these simple pregnancy care tips on safety and nutrition to stay healthy.

Routine visits

You should have your check up as you become eight weeks pregnant or before unless there is a problem. You can expect to see your health care provider every month till you are 28 weeks pregnant and then every fifteen days until 36 weeks. After that till your delivery make it more often may be once a week.


Whenever you go for checkup, your weight and blood pressure are recorded. The size and shape of your uterus may also be measured, starting at the 22nd week, to see whether the fetus is growing and developing normally. It’s important to talk with your doctor if you worry about medical conditions you already have, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, and how they could affect a pregnancy.

Best foods for you and your baby

These early weeks are a time to make healthy choices and to eat the best foods for you and your baby. Eating a balanced diet is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your baby. Eat at least 3 meals and 2 healthy snacks every day. Eat fresh, whole foods, including Vegetables and fruits, Whole grain food, Protein foods, Healthy fats like nuts. Choose foods that have important vitamins for your baby, such as calcium, iron, and folate. Drink plenty of fluids.

Avoid foods that could harm your baby.

Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, chicken, fish, raw eggs or foods that contain raw eggs. Unpasteurized dairy food, high-mercury fish, raw sprouts, unpasteurized dairy foods should not be consumed. Don’t eat shark, swordfish, king mackerel, or tilefish. These fish have high levels of mercury, which can harm your baby. Wash all produce before eating. Keep cutting boards and dishes clean. Avoid caffeine, or limit your intake to 300 mg or about 2 cups of coffee or tea each day. Don’t drink alcohol.

Belly Headphones

Pregnancy music is very soothing for mom to be and baby. Use pregnancy headphones to talk to your baby in the womb. When they hear their mom’s voice with baby bump headphones while in utero helps the baby recognize her mother and bond with her after delivery. With Pixie Tunes headphones for pregnant belly you can play your favorite sounds, listen to music, share stories, or talk to your baby in the womb from your iPhone, Android or any portable audio device. It mayalso help with speech and language development.

Exercise regularly

Staying active is important for your general health and can help you reduce stress, control your weight, improves blood circulation, boost your mood, and sleep better. Be sure to check with your doctor first before starting any exercise program. Some women say exercising while pregnant makes labor and delivery easier. Walk at least 30 minutes every day at a moderate pace, in cool, shaded areas or indoors in order to prevent overheating. It’s best to avoid exercises that may cause you to fall. Pilates, yoga, swimming, and walking are great activities for most pregnant women. Most important is listen to your body, though, and don’t overdo it. Talk to your health care professional about how much weight you should gain during your pregnancy, and regularly track your progress.

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