- It's normal to have a lot of questions and worries about your delivery. Share your feelings and concerns with everyone or if necessary seek the advice of an experienced person.
- Keep yourself active and do light exercises. But do not tire yourself too much.
- Take notice whether you are starting to get quite breathless doing usual daily chores. If breathlessness seems more than usual contact your doctor.
- Practice breathing and concentration of the mind exercises when going to bed. Alongside do some stretching exercises These will help you sleep better.
- Sleeping with a pillow between your knees helps reduce low back pain.
- Avoid lifting heavy objects at this time, seek the help of others, if there is no way out. Follow basic rules while lifting heavy objects - when lifting something heavy, bend your knees with a gap between the legs, (do not bend from the waist), then slowly straighten both arms and legs without any pressure on the waist.
Ask your doctor
- I have white discharge, is it an infection of any kind? What should I do?
- I have to go to the bathroom frequently, and there is itchiness when I pee. Do I have an infection?
- I notice secretions from my breasts, is this normal?
- I feel lifeless, I don't enjoy things, what can I do?
Your to do list
- Don't forget to take your folic acid and vitamin supplements.
- Before giving birth have discussions with your doctor and antenatal nurse. Follow their advice.
- Exercise and carry out concentration or mindfulness exercises regularly before going to bed (bedtime = meditation + stretches)
- Make a plan for the time of childbirth (birth plan).
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