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8 Dos and Don’ts for Young Pregnancy You Need To Know!

December 19, 2022

8 Dos and Don’ts for Young Pregnancy You Need To Know!

When you have entered the period of pregnancy, pregnant women need to pay attention to the recommendations and taboos so that the fetus they are carrying develops healthily. Especially during the first trimester, which is a time when the hormones of pregnant women change. Here is a full review of the taboos for young pregnancy that you need to know.

1. Smoking

The first taboo during early pregnancy is smoking. According to the CDC, smoking increases the risk of birth defects, including cleft palate and cleft lip. If you are a smoker, it’s a good idea to stop altogether for your baby’s health. It also includes the nicotine in electronic cigarettes, which can damage babies’ developing brains and lungs.

2. Alcoholic Drinks

Alcohol is also taboo for young pregnant women because it can cause dehydration and gestational diabetes. According to the National Health Security, drinking alcohol can cause sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

3. Avoid Cleaning Animal Waste

For those with pets at home, ensure you avoid cleaning up animal waste, especially cat litter. It is because, in cat feces, there is the Toxoplasma gondii parasite which can cause miscarriage in the fetus.

4. Reduce Caffeine

The next taboo for young pregnant women is excessive caffeine consumption. The caffeine content in the drink can increase the fetus’s heart rate. Therefore, you should reduce coffee consumption during the first trimester of pregnancy.

5. Avoid Massage and Acupuncture

The next taboo for young pregnant women so as not to miscarry is massage and acupuncture. This therapy is generally safe during pregnancy, but in the first trimester, the abdomen of pregnant women should not be massaged or acupunctured, especially at specific points.

6. Avoid Eating Certain Fruits

Certain fruits, including durian, pineapple, and jackfruit, are prohibited for pregnant women during the first trimester. Fruits such as pineapple are believed to cause miscarriage and cause birth defects in the fetus. Furthermore, pineapple can also increase stomach acid.

7. Heavy Sports

It’s essential to stay fit during early pregnancy, but avoid doing high-intensity sports like jumping or running. It can lead to the premature birth of the baby. You can keep doing light exercise like walking and yoga.

8. Stress

Avoiding stress is an essential key to a healthy developing fetus. When pregnant, the husband’s role is necessary, such as helping with housework so that pregnant women are not easily stressed and tired. Stress can cause nutrients and oxygen to the fetus to decrease.

That’s the discussion this time about 8 young pregnancy taboos you need to know. Ensure nutrition is maintained during early pregnancy so that the fetus thrives. Hope it’s helpful!

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