14 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I'm 15 weeks pregnant & a school teacher.I have to speak in loud voice to my students. Does it effects my baby?

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Answer: Not exactly. But speaking loudly, continous speaking may increase blood pressure. Try to sometimes roam in the class while teaching. I used to stand in the middle of the class so was audible to all students alike in lower volume. Carry water/juice bottle and drink in between to keep ur throat smoothly working. Standing for long duration or sitting in a chair with hung feet may be problematic. So put a stool under ur table to stretch ur legs while sitting on a chair. Hope it helps.
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