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Things You Should Avoid During Pregnancy

by: Sara Jameson
Pregnancy is a time where you have to be careful with yourself. Many factors affect the development of a fetus into a healthy child. Whether you like it or not there some activities you should avoid for the sake of your healthy baby. There are pregnancy risks that you have to aware of.

To help you knowing what they are, here is some checklist you might want to consider:

ē Donít drink alcohol! You going to jeopardise your babyís development. If you donít want to have low birth weight baby, and having medical problems, better stop drinking once you know that you are pregnant.

ē Donít smoke! Chemical inhaled while smoking may cause premature birth, miscarriage, bleeding, etc. Also it reduced the amount of oxygen that baby receives. What ever you are, donít smoke and avoid second hand smoke.

ē Donít drink coffee. Caffeine in the coffee has been shown to affect fetal heart rates. Caffeine can also increase risk of stretch marks. If you canít stop immediately, try to stop gradually.

ē Donít do too much exercise! No doubt if moderate exercise is helpful for mother's mental state and can increase oxygen flow to the fetus. However, too much exercise can be dangerous. Better you do activities like walking, swimming, and yoga.

ē Donít get near to chemicals substance! Be careful with unnatural chemicals, such as pesticides. If you consume vegetables or fruits, donít forget to wash them. Or remove the outer surface of vegetables or fruit so pesticides which rest on the outside of the vegetable or fruit will be thrown away.

ē Donít consume drugs or herbal remedies that are not prescribed by doctors. What you consume might affect your unborn baby.

ē Donít forget to eat nutritious foods. Good nutrition is crucial to a developing child. At least you consume 400-1000 micrograms of B vitamin (folic acid) which can be taken from leafy vegetables, orange juice, and beans.

ē Donít have multiple sex partners which may lead to birth and pregnancy complications cause by STD's risk. Once you infected by STD, you may have premature baby or low birth baby.

Preventing is better than curing. If you can prevent yourself by not doing those kinds of activities, hopefully you going to have a healthy and normal baby. Try to acknowledge this on your first month of pregnant.

About the author:
Sara Jameson writes her experiences in "The Very Happy Pregnancy: Avoiding Stress and Depression." Check this out http://www.stage-of-pregnancy.infoand http://www.earlysign-of-pregnancy.info


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