We take this opportunity to Congratulate on your pregnancy!
Welcome to the start of a journey that marks a new place in your life—and the beginning of a new life! You’re likely experiencing so many emotions, from excitement to nervousness to anticipation, perhaps even looking for some reassurance about what’s to come. You may feel overwhelmed by what you’ve heard from loved ones, healthcare providers, news sources and pregnancy books.
five tips for the carrying mothers
- you need to talk to your mother, your friends, and other women about pregnancy, labor, and birth. Attend an early pregnancy childbirth class, read books, and watch videos about normal pregnancy and childbirth.
- Think about whether you want to give birth at a hospital, at a birthing center, or at home. Choose a health care provider who will be able to assist you in your chosen location and who helps build your confidence for pregnancy and childbirth.
- Eat a well balanced diet, paying attention to the recommendations by the U.S. Department of Agriculture . Make your plate colorful- eating lots of vegetables and fruits every day. Eat fish 3 times a week for your baby’s brain growth and development. Drink lots of water- six to ten glasses a day- and choose fruit juices and skim milk instead of sodas.
- Avoid substances that may be dangerous for you and your baby, such as cigarettes, alcohol, and street drugs. Do not take any medications, even over-the-counter medications, unless you have discussed them with your health care provider.
- Stay active! Continue exercise programs that you were doing before you became pregnant according to the recommendations of your health care provider. If you were not exercising before becoming pregnant, consider walking, swimming, prenatal exercise, or prenatal dance classes. Regular, moderate exercise makes labor shorter and less painful and decreases the risk for cesarean surgery. For more information, please contact Dr. sarita Kapoor OBS&GYN 0506570141 or chat live.