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Question: im one month pregnant i will walk steps ?

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Answer: Walking is safe throughout the pregnancy period as long as you do not overdo it. Walking in pregnancy period makes you physically fit and active. It will keep you and your baby’s weight in check.Pre-eclampsia is a pregnancy complication indicated by high blood pressure and excess protein in the urine. Walking helps maintain a healthy weight and reduces cholesterol, thus balancing blood pressure levels during pregnancy. Walking during pregnancy increases flexibility and tones up your hip muscles, an excellent means for a faster, easier and pain-free labor. Walking will reduce the chances of developing morning sickness, fatigue, cramps, constipation, varicose veins and being sleeplessness especially at nights.walking for 150 minutes a week in pregnancy, which is a 30-minute walk, five times a week. If you only walk now and then, you won't get the benefits of regular exercise. ... While you're walking, you may want to try doing your pelvic floor exercises.Climbing stairs anytime during early pregnancy or later in pregnancy is safe as long as you are careful. Use more caution in the second or third trimester because your center of gravity may be off. It is harder to maintain your balance when you have more weight in the front of your body.
Answer: Hello dear taking stairs or steps generally won't cause any problems in pregnancy unless your doctor have restricted to do that.. Taking Steps is a type of exercise.. Also confirm from your doctor dear.. If you feel uncomfortable then try to take slowly
Answer: Yes.. but careful..
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