pregnancy advice

 Pregnancy advice is easy to come by, especially when you are pregnant. You have friends and family who are always there to help with advice on what to do and what to avoid. The problem is, oftentimes they are giving out bad advice because as a woman, you have likely already done so much already. This means that you have little to no experience making pregnancy decisions and are left all alone to try to plan your new arrival into life.

Often when pregnancy advice is given by friends and family, it begins with diet and exercise. You should remember that diet and exercise will not just have a direct impact on your baby. In fact, they may actually make things worse for you. For example, as your pregnancy progresses, you will notice that your appetite is lessening. Your belly may even start to grow again.



At the same time, as your body plans to give birth to your baby, you want to drop any and all weight that you may have gained throughout your pregnancy. This means that pregnancy advice often begins with your diet, but then it leads a person right back to where they were at the beginning of their pregnancy: eating junk food, fatty foods, etc. If you continue to do this, you may find that you cannot even conceive and after having a baby, you gain all the weight back again.

Another common piece of pregnancy advice is that most women do not need to take any type of childbirth classes after they have their baby. While it might be good to know that you can still learn how to relax properly during childbirth, most pregnant women simply are not ready for this type of learning. Some women are uncomfortable with the idea of learning to push themselves during childbirth. Some even fear it! If this describes you, then you should reconsider taking childbirth classes. Many new moms choose not to go back to school because they feel that such classes do not give them enough information to help them cope after they have their baby.

A third issue that pregnancy advice is often given to women who are struggling to get pregnant is that they need to quit drinking and smoking. This unsolicited advice can cause many pregnant women to put their health at risk by either not drinking enough water, not smoking enough or doing both. Both of these habits cause a woman's hormones to fluctuate which greatly affects her ability to conceive.

Finally, unsolicited advice about what to do before, during, and after your pregnancy is often given. This unsolicited advice often includes things such as not taking a bubble bath every day, staying away from spicy foods, or wearing loose clothing. While it may seem to be a good idea to keep yourself as stress free as possible, all of these habits could actually be detrimental to you and your baby. If you need to know what to do to prepare for the birth of your baby, or you simply do not want to take any chances with your pregnancy, consulting your doctor about the best plan of action for you is the best way to go.

 

pregnancy advice pregnancy advice Reviewed by True Health of Mother on January 13, 2021 Rating: 5

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