OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child ..8

OXYGEN is important for U and Ur unborn child  ..8



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13... Contact your Medical consultant or doctor

Call your provider right away (or have someone else call) if you have any of the following symptoms:
  • Sudden or severe shortness of breath
  • Worsening asthma
  • Rapid pulse
  • A rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • A feeling that you're going to faint
  • Chest pain or pain when you breathe
  • Paleness
  • Blue-tinged lips, fingers, or toes
  • A sense of apprehension that you're not getting enough oxygen
  • A persistent cough, a cough along with fever or chills, or coughing up blood
14... Stay active in your Pregnancy
Exercising while pregnant is no longer taboo. In fact, physical activity during pregnancy is not just accepted, it is encouraged. With a doctor’s permission, expectant mothers can and should exercise to improve health and feel better during pregnancy.
Recent scientific studies have shown that regular exercise is not only good for the expectant mother, but the child also. Babies born to mothers who were physically active three times a week during pregnancy had a steadier heart rate during and after pregnancy. By comparison, babies born to women who exercised little or not at all during pregnancy had more erratic heart rates.

There are many benefits to exercising while pregnant. Staying active during pregnancy can:
  • ease common pregnancy-related problems like backache, posture issues and constipation
  • increase the supply of oxygen in you and your child
  • help you handle the strain of giving birth
  • return you to your pre-pregnancy figure faster and easier
  • strengthen your cardiovascular system, making you feel fitter and more resilient
  • prevent stretch marks, blood clots and varicose veins
  • improve the quality of your  sleep
  • enhance your general sense of well-being and help against mood swings and stress
  • reduce your risk of gestational diabetes

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