Importance of water during your Pregnancy

Importance of  water during your Pregnancy

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Importance of water during your Pregnancy
Posted in 2015

It's especially important to stay hydrated in the last trimester, when dehydration can cause contractions that can trigger preterm labor. Ten cups might seem like a lot, especially if you're battling nausea during pregnancy. Try sipping water throughout the day rather than drinking a lot at once
The Institute of Medicine recommends that pregnant women drink about 10 8-ounce cups of water or other beverages each day.
Women's needs differ, so don't worry if you find yourself needing a bit more or less. You can tell you're getting enough if your urine looks pale yellow or colorless. You're likely to need more fluid than usual in a warm climate, at high altitude, or if you're exercising.
Plain water is an ideal beverage, but milk, juice, coffee, and tea all contain plenty of water and count toward your fluid intake. Keep in mind, though, that juice and sweetened drinks also provide a lot of extra calories, so you don't want to rely on them too much
My advise
1.... Water important for U and Ur unborn child         2...  You should keep in your mind about your unborn child's requirements.    3...  During evening you can take natural fruit juices but not artificial.   4...  Don't take Tea or coffee more than one time per day  and it should be limited about 150 ml.
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