Answer: Hi.. Dear no one can assure you till the end whether you will have a normal or a cesarean delivery from before hand. However, you can climb stairs, walk and do squats as well, approximately 20 reps in a day. But, I can give a general advice, which is common for all expecting mothers. However, you need to take approval from your gynaecologist, before doing these exercises, because she aware of your case...
Answer: hello dear, walking more than 30 to 45 minutes at a time is not recommended during pregnancy. You can walk for 30 minutes in the morning and 30 minutes in the afternoon per day.
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Question: Now i m in 8 month what to do for a normal delivery bcz i have no tym to walk
Answer: Hi dear, to keep your body fit and stay active after delivery you should do some walking and other exercises
Ideally one should start doing prenatal exercises as soon as they find out they are pregnant. Always remember to consult with you ob-gyn or midwife before starting any exercise program.
1. WalkingIdeally one should start doing prenatal exercises as soon as they find out they are pregnant. Always remember to consult with you ob-gyn or midwife before starting any exercise program.
Walking is a great way to keep your body balanced. This is a super easy. You can do it anywhere and don’t really need any equipment but a good pair of shoes. This is best when you can get outside and get fresh air and sunlight.
Kegels are the contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor. Doing these can help strengthen the vagina and prevent incontinence.
3. Proper sitting
What? That’s not exercise. Well maybe not but it is nonetheless important. The way you sit throughout your pregnancy can affect the alignment of your pelvis and correct sitting can strengthen your core and pelvic muscles. The goal is to sit upright with pelvis slightly forward. This is easy to do with an exercise ball or sitting cross legged on the floor. Sitting on the exercise ball will keep your pelvis aligned and baby in the optimal position. Cross legged sitting pushes the uterus forward, strengthens the legs, and opens the pelvis. You basically want to avoid reclined positions. It is especially important to practice sitting this way during your third trimester.
Leaning forward on things can help the baby’s positioning as well. Think about all the time we spend leaning backward or relaxing against something. Lean on counters or people or an exercise ball!
5. Pelvic tilts
Pelvic tilts or cat/cow stretch can be done from the initial stages of pregnancy. This helps keep the pelvis loose and lower back flexible. You can do these during the third trimester when your baby is moving to help the baby get in optimal position.
This exercise is simple to do. This will help open the pelvis and stretch the lower back. You sit on your bottom and bring your legs in with your toes touching and push down on your knees with your elbows…or you can rock side to side.
7. Prenatal yoga
Finding a good prenatal yoga class is also a good idea…(at the gym or online) There are many yoga poses that can open the pelvis, strengthen the legs and hips, and help build endurance for the marathon of giving birth. Some great poses include the strike goddess pose, tabletop to cat, warrior 2, and yoga squats
Question: In which week can i start walk for normal delivery?
Answer: Hello dear, If you walked regularly before being pregnant, keep doing it. If you're new to walking, start with a short, 15-minute comfortable stroll, three times a week.
Once you’ve got into the habit of walking regularly, you can build up to faster, 30-minute walking sessions, four or more times a week. If you have a high fitness level you can walk for longer than that. Just be sure to slow down or stop if you feel overtired, unwell, or feel any pain. Your body will generally be able to tell you when it’s time to stop.... Take care urself....
Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant can i walk start in 33 weeks for normal delivery
Yes you can walk but dont over do anything..
Getting mentally prepared fr normal delivery is very important..Do not panic or get anxious unnecessarily, going for the regular check ups, taking a full fruit and egg daily to get nutrients will help..
Do your daily household chores without much straining walk slow for 30 min or do yoga under supervision of trainers..
Avoid stress...be relaxed happy and positive abt yourself..
Hope this helps!