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How to Keep Your Unborn Baby Healthy Alcohol During Pregnancy. Consumption of alcohol is a leading cause of birth defects during pregnancy. According to the Smoking During Pregnancy.

It’s best to quit smoking before getting pregnant; however, for an expectant mother who is Marijuana or Other. The best way to prevent these congenital disabilities is by taking care of your baby while they are in the womb. There are a lot of ways to keep your unborn baby healthy.

Whether you are a first-time mom or have had a kid before, these tips should be implemented into your life during your pregnancy. 1. 12 steps to a healthy pregnancy Get early prenatal care. Good prenatal care is essential for you and your baby. Call your healthcare provider right away Watch what you eat.

Now that you’re eating for two, you may be surprised to learn that you only need about 300 Take prenatal vitamins. Most. Eat Right.

The foods you eat play an important role in the development of your unborn baby. Your baby needs certain nutrients to support proper growth, and. How to have a healthy pregnancy and deal with common symptoms during the first trimester. By eating a healthy, well-balanced diet you can help ensure that you and your unborn baby get the necessary vitamins and minerals.

In addition to your regular calorie intake, you will need to factor in extra calories for sustaining your pregnancy. You will need up to 450 calories per day to support your unborn child. Keep reading to know about 20 ways to make your unborn baby healthy. 1. Be happy. Your baby’s happiness is directly proportional to your happiness.

So be happy and let your baby prosper in your womb. 2. Avoid stress. Stress is not good for your baby. When you are. Safe workplace It is true that your workplace can influence the growth and development of your unborn baby.

Stay away from harmful chemicals, pesticides, radiations and other pollutions. Take necessary steps to keep your baby safe in your womb. Of course, you hormones are a factor during your pregnancy, but with moderate exercise, plenty of sleep, healthy eating and making use of your support system, you can help ensure that your pregnancy is healthy and that you give your baby the healthiest start.

Enjoy this time – it’s the start of a truly wonderful journey. When it comes to most people, milk is not really a favorite. But, dairy products can be quite beneficial since they contain vitamins, calcium, and minerals.

Given it can be so important for your unborn infant, you might want to give it a try. If adding a tinge of chocolate to it can help, go for it.

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Search the Internet, and you’ll find thousands of websites full of advice for pregnant women.

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• Find newspapers, a bowl, paper towels, or a plastic bag to hold the placenta.

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traits, there’s plenty you can do during the nine months of pregnancy to ensure your well-being and that of your unborn baby: eat wisely, maintain a healthy pregnancy weight, stay physically active, get plenty of rest.

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Remember everything you put into your body also affects your baby, so eat well and avoid alcohol, tobacco products, and unnecessary medications.

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Cessation of smoking, alcohol, and drug intake to prevent fetal damage; b.

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If you eat a good diet, get adequate rest, exercise in moderation and take prenatal vitamins, you will be doing what you can to give your baby a good start in life.

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  • I am 11 weeks and I pray to have a healthy baby but I also pray we all who are pregnant during this pandemic give birth to a beautiful healthy baby and remain healthy ourselves in the name of Jesus I pray ����

  • This video says papaya is good. However I just watched a different video stating that papaya is dangerous to eat when pregnant. Apparently it can cause uterine contractions which can lead to miscarriage. Which piece of information is accurate?

  • Mam Mera 9month 14 June lagna h.mere baby ka weight 1.7kg h.or weeks b 31 show hoaraha.ma Kiya diet lon she normal hojaye.mera bp 140/94 araha h.please guide me

  • I pray to have a healthy baby and have a normal safe delivery, I pray for all the soon to be moms as well! Stay safe, stay home! God bless!

  • I still have nausea and vomiting still at least 3 times a day i am eating but nothing is getting digested 3rd month is getting completed

  • I dont know what i ate when i was pregnant, maybe just banana during the first trimester. But thanks God my daughter is able to read english books at 4. I am from the Philippines!

  • My dear all you just said now is pure because I love papaya so much and I eat it very well especially when am pregnant it does not harm my baby, am a mother of two and am expecting another one.

  • Hello ma’am I am 7 weeks pregnant but my baby is growing really slow along with my hcg level it is also growing very slow.. please help me I am really worried

  • How can a pregnant women eat papaya… it’s strictly not allowed n in this video u have mentioned it… pls remove it… friends who don’t know u can’t eat Papaya during pregnancy.. pls note

  • That thing y’all saying about papayas ain’t completely true….I’m 36 weeks pregnant now and I have been eating papayas from my first trimester even now…I love papayas actually

  • For reducing pregnancy complications and ensuring safe childbirth, a pregnant woman should avoid all the foods and habits that are heinous for health. Find the list of Most Common 15 Foods to avoid while pregnant. http://wonderside.net/most-common-15-foods-to-avoid-while-pregnant/

  • I think I am a pregnant.but I eat always cocomber with vinegar. its not danger to eat.because I love to eat.and fulfil my hanger

  • Mam i think u don’t remember me. 3 years before i had emergency
    csection delivery by you in femint. I’m pregnant again now 1 month… Thanks for nice videos..

  • Some people did not watch this video to understand, they watched it to quickly write in the comment.
    They said stay off some fish, but the fish that are good for you restrict them to a certain amount a week. They didn’t say eat it everyday. Everything is in moderation. For people saying Papaya is bad for you. Eat it well cooked and in moderation.

  • We are Jamaicans and we have never heard not to eat papaya. I ate it with my first pregnancy and my son is 4 years old, healthy and strong.