Healthy Pregnancy

As a pregnant woman, you would be flooded with information from your doctor, your family, the internet and of course your friends. Well, that’s how it is.
These 9 months will be full of excitement, apprehension, curiosity and intrigue. Along with these emotions, there will also be a lot of physical changes in your body. You need to take utmost care of yourself at this time, ensuring a warm welcome for the little one.

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posted on 9 months ago , updated on 9 months ago

Heartiest congratulations on the beginning of the most beautiful journey of your life, pregnancy! Like the journey of life, this might be easy for some and difficult for some others. There is nothing you need to worry about. Read on to follow the path to a healthy pregnancy.

As a pregnant woman, you would be flooded with information from your doctor, your family, the internet and of course your friends. Well, that’s how it is.

These 9 months will be full of excitement, apprehension, curiosity and intrigue. Along with these emotions, there will also be a lot of physical changes in your body. You need to take utmost care of yourself at this time, ensuring a warm welcome for the little one.

To ease away your worries and doubts, here’s the path to a healthy pregnancy:

Daily diet: Diet during pregnancy does not mean restricting your calories or food habits. It means ensuring that your body gets all the nutrients essential for you and your baby. Healthy eating during pregnancy is important for the complete growth and development of your baby. You must definitely eat from a variety of food groups like fruits, vegetables, breads, grains, protein sources and dairy products.
Educate yourself: Whether or not it is your first baby, joining a child birth class will help you feel more prepared. Here, you will have the chance to learn more about umbilical cord stem cells and why it is important to preserve them. This way, you won’t have to make a last minute decision about anything.

Take support: Surround yourself with support, practical and emotional. This is essential in helping you stay healthy, avoiding prenatal anxiety and depression. Try to be around your partner, family members, friends, co-workers, your doctor or midwife. Also, start thinking about preserving your baby’s umbilical cord stem cells. With your loved ones around you, it will be easier to make a wise and informed decision about the same.