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Noticeable Things In Daily Routine Of Pregnant Women (part 1)

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Being pregnant affects much your daily routine. No matter what you do, you need to think of your baby first.

Considering the habits we mention:

Grace yourself and clean your body

Cut and fix your nail at the nail shop?

You can cut and fix your nails at the nail shop, but remember to bring your own nail tools (nail clipper, cuticle nipper, emery board…) to reduce the risk of being infected.

Stay away from the nail shops using too strong chemical perfume; you should find airy places so that you don’t have to sniff up the perfume. If you do your own nail at home, file your nails at airy places (for example, near the windoows).

Dye your hair?

All researching documents show that, dyeing hair during pregnancy is safe (there’s no information proving the connections between dying hair and the risk of miscarriage, preterm labor) but it’s the best to wait till the first quarter is over, when your fetus has attached to the womb and had less affection from the chemicals from hair dyes.

Description: If you want to take a bath, keep the temperature less than 37.5ºC

If you want to take a bath, keep the temperature less than 37.5ºC

Soak your body in hot water, steam?

It’s absolutely inadvisable because the high temperature of the water and the steam will affect the baby inside your belly.

If you want to take a bath, keep the temperature less than 37.5ºC.

Take a bath in the hot spring?

The same to taking a bath, please notice that the temperature of the water must be lower than 37.5ºC.

Massage with fragrant oil?

It’s best not to do so. There’re some herbs doubted to have bad effect on the fetus, such as dill, basil, thyme and myrrh.

Massage your body?

Before giving birth, you can have a massage. Choose the most comfortable way of lying for you and the baby. Prop a pillow as a cushion on the left or use a table having hole on its center that fits your pregnant (when lying on your stomach).

Some experts think that you shouldn’t massage within the 3 first months of pregnancy, so you should ask the doctor’s opinion first.

Note: you should be careful with foot massage as it may cause danger to your fetus.

Acne treatment?

Stay away from medicines containing Rein-A, salicylic acid and other topical acne agents. Acne cream containing glycolic acid or azelaic is good, but you should consult your doctor first.

Sport, exercise

Walk?

Walking is very good for pregnancy and giving birth if you don’t have the risk of preterm labor, pre-eclampsia, placental abruption and bleeding unusually.

Practice yoga?

Practicing yoga may be very useful when being pregnant. This exercise calms your body and mind. You should take part in the yoga courses for pregnant women before giving birth, but notice that some yoga posture may have unwanted effect to the fetus (the back posture may reduce the blood flowing to the fetus, the reverse posture should be avoided on the 2nd and 3rd quarter of gestation).

Description: Practicing yoga may be very useful when being pregnant.

Practicing yoga may be very useful when being pregnant.

Practice aerobic?

Rapid prolonged heart beat due to over-exercising may increase your body temperature. Exercising moderately, combine with resting and drinking lots of water.

Riding a bike?

It’s fine if you do exercise with an exercise bike (the kind of bike for people practicing exercise). You shouldn’t ride away as cycling for a long time may cause you to lose you balance and the risk of falling is not what everyone expects.

Food and drink

Alcoholic beverages?

The safe amount of alcohol for the fetus is currently indefinable. So it’s the best to avoid these beverages.

Tobacco?

Smoking increases the risk of preterm labor, miscarriage, placental abruption and low birth weight. You need to avoid passive smoking (breathing in other people’s tobacco smoke) as much as possible.

Use the microwave?

There’s no study indicating that you shouldn’t use the microwave while being pregnant, but pregnant women should stay away from the microwave when it’s running.

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