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You must first take care of yourself and your unborn baby before you can take care your new baby. There is a lot of information out there. While most of the advice is simple, some may be new, such as avoiding cat litter. First tip: Visit Pregnancy and Childbirth at UC San Diego Health as soon as you suspect that you are pregnant.

  1. Use a prenatal vitamin.
  2. Exercise regularly
  3. Write a birth plan
  4. Educate yourself
  5. Make changes to your chores (avoid toxic cleaners and heavy lifting).
  6. Track your weight gain (normal weight gain is 25-35 pounds)
  7. Get comfortable shoes
  8. Eat folate-rich foods (lentils, asparagus, oranges, fortified cereals)
  9. Consume calcium-rich foods (dairy and canned fish, soy)
  10. Eat more fish (except those high in mercury )
  11. Consume foods high in fiber.
  12. Avoid soft cheeses (pasteurized versions like Brie or Fe may contain bacteria that could cause miscarriage, fever, or other complications during pregnancy).
  13. Eat your veggies
  14. Eating five to six healthy meals a day is a good idea.
  15. But don’t overeat. A person only needs 300 to 500 calories more per day. Keep a food diary.
  16. Limit caffeine
  17. Get plenty of fluids (six 8-ounce glass of water per day).
  18. Don’t drink alcohol.
  19. Wear sunscreen
  20. Avoid air travel when possible during pregnancy.
  21. Do not change cat litter to reduce the risk of toxoplasmosis
  22. Sometimes, you have to give in to your cravings.
  23. When to call your doctor
  24. Avoid secondhand smoke and quit smoking
  25. Get enough rest
  26. Wear your seatbelt
  27. Do not take herbal remedies or over-the-counter medicines without consulting a doctor.
  28. See your dentist
  29. Register for a class in pregnancy.
  30. Babysit for a friend’s child to get real-world experience.
  31. Tour birth facilities
  32. Use relaxation techniques every day (yoga, stretching deep breathing, massage, deep breathing)
  33. Don’t overmedicate
  34. Exercise, but don’t overdo it.
  35. Avoid leg cramps by stretching before you go to bed
  36. Take a photo of yourself before your baby arrives.

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