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Most pregnant women have common concern about diet, safety... of the fetus during pregnancy.

1.     Morning sickness can make baby hungry

Morning sickness makes you feel bad because not only you do not have nutrients but your baby is also stunted, sickly. Fortunately, that's what most pregnant women have to go through, and no matter what, your body will provide enough nutrients and protect baby. Moreover, morning sickness doesn’t last too long.

If you feel really tired, losing weight too much because of morning sickness, you should go to see doctor for examination.

Morning sickness makes you feel bad because not only you do not have nutrients but your baby is also stunted, sickly.

Morning sickness makes you feel bad because not only you do not have nutrients but your baby is also stunted, sickly.

2.     Afraid of chicken-pox

During pregnancy, women have weak resistance, so if there is someone around having chicken-pox, pregnant women are easy to catch it. And fetus is infected easily, even when it is in mother womb.

Natural risk that you have chickenpox is very small, and if doubting, you can see doctor immediately for blood tests and use antiviral medicine to prevent for your baby.

3.     Exercising is dangerous

It is not true. Exercising during pregnancy is suitable and keeps healthy, help pregnant women have strength pass this period and afterbirth.

But you should not exercise too hard, take the exercises gently and listen to your body to know when to stop and when to practice slowly. Swimming, walking, and doing yoga are ideal exercises during pregnancy.

Exercising during pregnancy helps pregnant women have strength to pass this period.

Exercising during pregnancy helps pregnant women have strength to pass this period.

4.     Going by plane will affect fetus

If you have to travel or go far by plane, you should go at 4-6 months of pregnancy. Many airlines do not allow 27-week pregnant women on plane to make sure or if you want to go, you must be certified by doctor.

Flying of course does not affect fetus, but the pressure changes easily cause danger to it.

5.     Lower abdominal pain means you are about to lose baby?

Absolutely not, most women have lower abdominal pain during pregnancy - especially in the first pregnancy. This is very normal phenomenon. The pain is caused by stretched ligaments in uterus.

6.     Alcohol harms to fetus

Many of us occasionally when going out, partying with friends, also want to drink a bit of wine, beer despite of pregnancy. But drinking too much during pregnancy will seriously affect the baby.

Especially at the early months of pregnancy, drinking alcohol makes a higher risk of miscarriage.

When you know that you are pregnant, try to avoid alcohol completely, especially the first 3 months, because this is the stage baby is easiest to be hurt.

When you know that you are pregnant, try to avoid alcohol completely, especially the first 3 months, because this is the stage baby is easiest to be hurt.

When you know that you are pregnant, try to avoid alcohol completely, especially the first 3 months, because this is the stage baby is easiest to be hurt.

7.     Small belly means baby doesn’t develop properly?

The size of your belly should not be equated with the baby’s size. If it is your first pregnancy, and you are healthy, do not worry about belly size.

Baby is usually at behind or above your uterus, so you don’t have to worry if your belly is not big.

The size of your belly should not be equated with your baby's size.

The size of your belly should not be equated with your baby's size.

8.     I have much vaginal discharge

Most pregnant women have much vaginal discharge, this does not mean your vagina is infected and it also does not affect the baby.

Colorless, odorless and more vaginal discharge than usual are because of hormone changing during pregnancy. To prevent infection, you should clean frequently.

9.     I do not feel the baby move

It may be time the baby relax and sleep, so do not worry if you do not feel your baby move.

Many mothers often lose their mind when baby doesn’t move and immediately go to see doctor. Usually, at the 20th week, baby kicks about 10 times/12 hours. But there are times when he is awake, when he is sleeping, you can use your hand to put on abdomen gently for a while, and you will feel him move.

10.  Afraid of having premature birth

At about the 36th week, you usually see your abdomen swelling, but this is not a sign of premature birth – it is just practice contractions to prepare for labor time.

Just relax and enjoy the last stage before official labor.

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