5 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I can't control my emotions I m so depressed angry making me cry

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Answer: Hello dear High levels of stress that continue for a long time may cause health problems, like high blood pressure and heart disease. When you're pregnant, this type of stress can increase the chances of having a premature baby (born before 37 weeks of pregnancy) or a low-birthweight baby (weighing less than 5½ pounds). So,dont take too much stress and have healthy diet with proper sleep. Be hydrated and have a plenty of water. Don't worry everything will be fine
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    Jio Jio116 days ago

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