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  1. The largest list of don’ts for pregnant women involves food. Do not eat these foods.
  • Row meat and shellfish: uncooked seafood (which is what we look at, sushi), including oysters, muscles, and clams,  things should be avoided during pregnancy. Avoid beef and poultry which are uncommon or undercooked. Toxoplasmosis or salmonella may be contaminated.

Deli meat: Deli meats, which can move through your placental and kill your developing infant, can become infected with listeria. An utero infection can lead to blood poisoning and threaten your baby’s life.

  • Mercury-high fish: fish such as duck, king mackerel, swordfish and tilefish.
  • smoked Seafood: Avoid lox, jerky, jerky shrimp, or nova salmon-style. There is a chance of listerium contamination of this refrigerated, smoked seafood. However, smoking seafood is probably okay, shelf-safe or canned.
  • Raw eggs: this includes foods which contain raw eggs and are careful about homemade caesar dressings, Dutch sauces, mayonnaise and some custards.
  • Soft cheese: Listeria is possible to some imported soft cheeses, so hold out soft cheeses like Roquefort, Gorgonzola, Feta, Camembert and Brie.
  • Unpasteurized milk: listeria may be found in these products.

It seems extensive, but during your pregnancy there are still a lot of great food choices. Pregnancy is a particularly critical period, although it is still necessary to eat a balanced diet Try to add

  • Lean protein
  • Healthy fats
  • Plenty of new fruits and vegetables
  • Water 2 Liters into your daily mail plan.
  1. Don’t paint the nursery

There is no way to measure toxicity from actual exposure to paint, this recommendation is based on toxicity. This recommendation is based on the probability of toxicity.

Paint toxicity and exposure depend on the different solvents and chemicals in the paint. Although household painting is assumed to have a low exposure level, the safe path is to reduce fumes from these paints seriously.

  1. Do not overdo it on caffeine

It’s a boost and a diuretic, which will increase your blood pressure, your heart rate, and your number of trips to the bathroom by drinking your usual few cups of coffee every day. Therefore, the placenta is crossed by caffeine.

Your growing baby doesn’t, while you may just work fine caffeinated. Because the metabolism of your baby continues to develop.

You don’t have to totally forget about caffeine: the mild caffeine, which is about 150 and 300 mg per day, should be perfect.

Recall just that it’s not only coffee and tea. It’s in chocolate, sodas, and even some medicines on the market.

  1. Do not take some medications Some drugs may be dangerous to your infant. Talk to your doctor before taking any prescription or counter medications and supplements.
  2. Don’t wear 3-inch heels: Think of kitten heels, wedges and platforms; do not use stilettoes. Your center of gravity will shift as your belly grows. Maybe you find yourself on your feet a little unstable. Apply to these swollen ankles and your flip flops might be living.
  3. Don’t hang out in the hot tub or sauna If you ‘re feeling aches and pains during your pregnancy, relaxing in a hot tub may seem ideal. But a high body temperature can lead to some birth defects during the first trimester.

Skip the hot tub, where water temperature normally is approximately 104°F, and then seek a warm bath.

  1. Smoking is awful to you and to your baby, but secondhand smoke can be just as bad. Smoking is terrible. In secondhand smoke there are some 4,000 chemicals, some of which are cancer-related.
  2. Don’t sit or stand for too long During pregnancy, staying in same position for too long, seated or standing, can be problematic. It can cause all types of problems including swollen ankles and vein problems.

Try taking short breaks frequently to move around if you’ve been seated, or to put your legs up if you’ve been on your feet.

  1. Don’t believe everything you read :You can find all sorts of contradictory information online, in books, and in magazines. Be reasonable, trust your instincts, and remember that erring on the side of caution is never a bad idea. If you have any doubt, talk to your doctor.