Tips for pregnant women at the end of pregnancy

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 Tips for pregnant women at the end of pregnancy

Tips for pregnant women at the end of pregnancy

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Avoid long trips

  • Avoid traveling by car, plane, or long-distance travel during late pregnancy.
  • Increased risk of blood clots due to sitting for long periods.
  • possibility of injury.
  • Sudden miscarriage or pregnancy complications.
  • Don't lie on your back
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  • Experts advise against lying on your back at the end of pregnancy. 
  • This is because the weight around the uterus can reduce the blood flow to the uterus and fetus due to the weight of the fetus.
  •  Sleeping on the left side is the best option during this period, as the uterus naturally tilts to the right. During pregnancy,
  •  her blood flow improves. It is recommended to use a pillow to put between your legs or a long pillow to support your back. 

How do you know the gender of the fetus in the second month?

Follow the baby's movements

As your baby grows, you need to monitor his movements during pregnancy, as you will likely notice changes in movement, especially towards the end of pregnancy. You should talk to your doctor about this. 

How do I feel the movement of the fetus in the fourth month?

Other tips for pregnant women at the end of pregnancy

Here are some tips to help you eventually keep your pregnancy healthy: 

How does the fetus move in early May?

  • Eat small amounts of healthy, protein-rich foods and vegetables more frequently.
  • Call your doctor if you have regular bleeding, fever, increased vaginal discharge, or painful cramps.
  • If you feel tired, take a rest.
  • Exercise or walk several days a week.

  • Consult a doctor and measure your belly to track your baby's growth.
  • Check your blood pressure regularly.
The stages of the formation of the fetus month by month