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Question: I have twins and what precaution should I take
Answer: Hi congrats on 2,
It's never too late to start healthy eating habits that will nourish your body and your baby. Focus on whole foods that contain lots of vitamins, minerals, and good fats. Whole grain toast with peanut butter is a solid way to start the day. Fruits high in antioxidants, like berries, make wonderful snacks. Try incorporating lean protein from beans, eggs, and oily fish into your meals. Exercises is still recommend if it's been cleared by your doctor . Walking, swimming, jogging, yoga and light weight are all options. At 13 weeks you should start finding alternative to abdominal exercises, like sit-ups, that require you to lie flat on your back.the increase weight from your uterus can decrease blood flow to your heart making you light-headed and in turn slowing the delivery of oxygen to your baby..hope this help u...but I would request you to check with you dietitian and physiotherapist once before u start anything with their guidelines...take care...bring home 2 soon😉👍
Question: I m 30 weeks of pregnancy,,and now m suffering from PROM so what precaution should i take
Answer: hi dear!
The woman is advised to rest and to limit her activities as much as possible. She may be hospitalized so that she can be monitored closely. Her temperature and pulse rate are usually recorded at least 3 times daily. An increase in temperature or pulse rate may be an early sign of infection. If an infection develops, labor is promptly induced and the baby is delivered.
also magnesium sulfate is give to the mother to prevent bleeding in the brain and problems with development of the newborn's brain. you will have to keep a check on the temperature.
take care dear!
Question: I am suffering with hypothyroidism....what extra precaution should i take
Answer: Hello dear. Women with established hypothyroidism should have a TSH test once pregnancy is confirmed, as thyroid hormone requirements increase during pregnancy, often leading to the need to increase the levothyroxine dose. If the TSH is normal, no further monitoring is typically required.
Untreated severe hypothyroidism in the mother can lead to impaired brain development.
If hypothyroidism is managed and treated properly, then both mother and baby are likely to be well. The extra medical care that you receive will help you to have a healthy and successful pregnancy.
Whether or not your baby will be born with hypothyroidism mainly depends on the cause for hypothyroidism in you. Hope it helps.