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PREGNANCY TIPS

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For back pain during pregnancy, sit in chairs that have back support. The more posture you have the better your back will feel.

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Know who and when to tell. The first three months are the most common time for miscarriage; so give the baby time to get settled before you announce.

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If you eat fast food regularly, aim to cut down your consumption to once or twice a week at the most.

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Eat 80 to 100 grams of high quality protein every day. Protein forms the foundation of every cell of your babys body.

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Get a flu shot. The flu vaccine, however, is perfectly safe during pregnancy, and is strongly recommended.

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Count the kicks. You should feel the baby kick at least 10 times a day. Monitor these movements, as a lack of kicking could indicate a problem.

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Take supplements to reduce discomfort in your aching legs. Leg cramps can be due to low calcium and magnesium levels during pregnancy.

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Just because it is past your due date does not mean you are overdue

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Savor intimacy with your partner during pregnancy. You may sexually slow down when the baby comes, so have fun.

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Talk with your doctor about any unusual discharge.