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What to do in the first few months of pregnancy

So - you will soon become a mother. Change the rhythm of life, priorities change - everything will be different. To this must be carefully prepared, mentally and physically. Of course, much depends on whom, as pregnancy proceeds, especially the first few months.

What to do in the first few months of pregnancy

In the first months of pregnancy has not been formed utero-placental barrier. Therefore, all that you take in food, with the blood flow is delivered to the emerging fetus. Start carefully monitor their diet. Avoid alcohol and smoking completely. Do not allow smoking in your presence households. All medications that you take, and come to the child. So use them only as strictly necessary, but before that consult with a physician. If there are contraindications in the instructions to receive during pregnancy, the drug should be replaced on a more friendly counterpart. The food that you take should contain a balanced amount of protein, minerals and vitamins. It is a building material for the growth of the child, and he has to get it in the right quantities for normal development. Avoid strong tea and coffee, these drinks increases the tone of the uterus. Start taking prenatal vitamins, the pharmacy will help you select an appropriate drug. Expectant mother should sleep well and feel positive emotions. If your work is connected with the constant nervous tension, as much as possible, go to a different position. The same applies to hazardous industries. Get into the habit of daily walks in the fresh air, the growing baby needs a sufficient amount of oxygen. If you are suffering from any chronic illness, consult with relevant experts. Your doctor will tell you how to spend treatment of exacerbations during pregnancy. Be sure to go up to 14 weeks of screening for genetic diseases. During outbreaks of respiratory disease, try not to be in crowded places, and if you do not avoid it - be sure to wear a surgical mask. This will help you avoid infection and the baby.