9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: What precautions we should take in 9 week pregnancy??

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Answer: Hi dear, congratulations on your pregnancy. Now as you are pregnant so you should surely take more care of your diet. Try to have small meals so that your stomach don't be empty and baby can get all the nutrition to grow. You should take lots of rest and you are getting lots of changes in the body so more rest is needed. Should stay away with alcohol, smoke and caffeine Take all your vitamins in time Avoid all spicy food as you might get heartburn easily. Take care
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