14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 13 weeks pregnant. I am giving tuitions. When i shout on my students i feel some warmness or something in my stomach. Is it ok? Or i have to control myself. Is there anything wrong with my baby?

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Answer: Hi .. first of all congratulations .... Please avoid getting shouted and angry ,in normal routine also you can see when we get angry or we shout secretion of some hormones increases...and at this time you should avoid it . Try be calm and relax that will effect you and your baby in a positive way... good luck
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