Planning for pregnancy

Question: When we are planning for pregnancy what precautions should take

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Answer: Take healthy/good diet. It's good to visit a good gynecologist before conceiving so you can be treated if there is any issue or Vitamin deficiency. Usually Gynecologist suggest to take Folic acid tablets for 90 days before trying to get pregnant, it prevents neural tube defects in baby. Both partners should be in the best health condition. Keep track of ovulation. Stay active, if possible do some light excercises like running, walking. These will help during pregnancy also.
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Question: Hello mam i am planning for pregnancy What should precautions we take
Answer: Hi dear, I am glad that you decided to specific precautions as such.just eating well balanced diet,keeping your self fit by doing mild exercises.take your folic acid supplements regularly too.keep yourself well hydrated.if you have not check d your TSH level in more than 3 months,then get it checked now.keepna track of your ovulation period to time your intercourse.
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Question: Today I got my period when we should intetcourse for conceiving and what are the another precautions should we use for better pregnancy
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