Question: What precautions must be taken in 7th mnth
Answer: Hi dear, the precautions is same almost through out the pregnancy.
Firstly you have to take care of your diet. your diet should rich in protein and healthy fats and less carbs to avoid gestational diabetes. Secondly you have to keep yourself well hydratedat in the fotm of water,fruit juices, milk, any kind of healthy drinks etc. thirdly don't lift any heavy things and don't bend so much that it hurts your tummy. Sex during pregnancy should be avoided as far as possible. These are some small tips you should keep in your mind.
Question: after cesarean what precautions should be taken in food?
Answer: Carbonated drinks which may cause gas and flatulence should be avoided.
Citrus juices should be taken with caution. You can initially take them in small amounts, and then increase it to moderate quantities.
Caffeinated drinks like coffee and tea should be included in moderate amounts due to their diuretic properties. Also, the excess caffeine in them can lead to growth problems in your baby.
You should introduce gas-forming foods like white lentils, red kidney beans, chick peas, black-eyed beans, green peas and others gradually. Avoid other gas-forming foods like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, lady’s finger and onions for the initial 40 days.
Do not eat fried foods as they are hard to digest, especially in the first days after delivery. They can cause indigestion, burns and gas.
Do not take rice for at least three to four days after cesarean delivery, especially if you are diabetic. Take brown rice as it supplies energy minus the extra calories.
Avoid cold foods and drinks. They may make you catch a cold. As a lactating mother, you cannot take medication for cold as it can pass into the breast milk.
Things To Remember:
Get plenty of rest.
Section is major surgery. Just like with any other surgery, your body needs time to heal afterward. It vl take up to six weeks to fully heal.Rest whenever your baby rests.
2. Soothe your body
Avoid going up and down stairs as much as you can. Keep everything you need, like diaper and food, close to you so that you don’t have to get up too often. Don’t lift anything heavier than your baby.
3. Relieve your pain
Ask your doctor what pain medicines you can take, especially if you’re breastfeeding.
4. Focus on good nutrition
Good nutrition is just as important in the months after you deliver as it was while you were pregnant. If you’re breastfeeding, you’re still your baby’s primary source of nutrition. Eating a variety of foods will keep your baby healthy .
1 have plenty of fruits and veggies,
2 Drink plenty of fluids, especially water. You need extra water to boost your breast milk supply and to avoid constipation.