Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Climbing stairs now is healthly..?am climbing stairs daily two to three times r some times morethan that ,it may cause any risk to my baby??
Answer: Hello dear.. climbing stairs anytime early pregnancy or later pregnancy is safe as long as you consider,but during second or third trimester, because your centre of gravity may be off,it is harder to maintain your balance,when you have more weight in front of your body,it is advisable to avoid more stair climbing during this phase,but in unavoidable circumstances go slowly,and make use of handle to get a better grip for effective safety purpose.
Question: This is my 14th week and I am feeling brathing problem sometimes. I daily use stairs to reach office. My office is on second floor. Do I have to avoid stairs to prevent breathing problem? Please suggest.
Answer: Hello dear
As a normal part of pregnancy, your breathing may be affected by the increase in the hormone progesterone, which causes you to breathe in more deeply.
5 ways to reduce shortness of breath during pregnancy :
1. Good posture: Keep your back and shoulders straight to give your lungs room to expand as much as possible.
2. Extra pillows: If breathlessness is disturbing your sleep, be comfortable with more pillows.
3. Eat healthily: Being overweight can make breathing even harder, so eat a healthy diet to maintain a healthy pregnancy weight.
4. Yoga: Breathing exercises that are taught during yoga classes may help you control your breathing better.
Yes dear, if u are having breathing problem then better avoid using stairs.
Question: Hello my house is on second floor of the building and no lift is there , should i use stairs now at this stage , i feel discomfort while climbing stairs due to this m not able to go for my everyday walk.what should i do?
Answer: Hello dear I
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.