What should I do when I first get pregnant?
Start on the right track by following these 7 tips for first-time pregnancies.
- Avoid Caffeine. Drinking caffeine during pregnancy has some major health risks. …
- Exercise Regularly. Having a baby is rough both physically and mentally. …
- Drink Plenty of Water. …
- Take Naps. …
- Prenatal Massage. …
- Make a Birth Plan. …
- Go Shopping.
How careful should I be in early pregnancy?
Be especially careful during your first trimester. Watch the Heat. A high body temperature can harm your baby, especially in the first weeks of your pregnancy. Limit sauna and hot tub use to less than 10 minutes.
When should you tell people you are pregnant?
Many women choose to delay announcing a pregnancy at least until the end of the first trimester (12 weeks into their pregnancy). This is commonly attributed to the risk of miscarriage during this time, but the 12-week mark is not a hard and fast rule you need to follow.
Which month is most important in pregnancy?
The first trimester is the most crucial to your baby’s development. During this period, your baby’s body structure and organ systems develop. Most miscarriages and birth defects occur during this period. Your body also undergoes major changes during the first trimester.
Which fruit should I avoid during pregnancy?
Papaya– It tops the list for obvious reasons. Raw or semi ripe papaya contains latex which can induce premature contractions and that can be dangerous for your baby. However, ripe papaya is rich in vitamins and iron.
How does your lower stomach feel in early pregnancy?
Many women will notice that they feel uterine cramping as an early sign and symptom pregnancy. You could even feel period like cramps or even pain on one side. The most common reason for this kind of cramp is that your uterus is growing. This is normal pain and should be expected in a healthy pregnancy.
What are the symptoms of first time pregnancy?
The signs of early pregnancy can include:
- missed period.
- nausea and vomiting (often called ‘morning’ sickness, but it can occur at any time)
- breast tenderness and enlargement.
- passing urine more frequently than usual, particularly at night.