Below are some of the precautions in 9th month of pregnancy that you have to remember while dealing with the body changes.
1. Food and Diet:
Make sure you take care of the healthy food and diet measures.
- Stay hydrated. Drink lots of water and juices. Fluids are important to combat the ongoing constipation and hemorrhoids.
- Eat fiber rich foods like fruit, vegetables and cereals.
- Have iron and folic acid rich supplements. It is always better to start these supplements before conceiving, if not done then this is the right time to begin.
- Eat balanced meals during the day. Break your meals in several servings. Consult your doctor for the same.
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2. Hormonal Imbalance:
You will find yourself getting upset or over excited rather easily. You may be constantly angry, touchy or upset for no reason. Do not worry about this state. This is mainly caused due to the increased hormonal changes, a change that is beyond your control.
- Talk to your doctor about your worries and anxieties.
- Make sure you are in happy surroundings and in the company of happy people.
- Listen to some soothing melodies that will uplift your moods.
- Understand that this is just a phase that will soon pass.
- Do not brood in silence alone. Take support when necessary.
3. Dizziness And Fatigue:
You are going to be very tired during this month.
- Get plenty of rest when possible. Take short breaks if you are working.
- Sleeping while tired is okay. Do not try to battle fatigue. Surrender to it and get some sleep.
- Napping in the mid-day helps you feel much better.
Exercise And Fitness:
Exercise and fitness is an absolute must.
- Make sure your do your physical exercises under the supervision of a trained professional.
- Yoga and meditation will help you control your thoughts.
5. Personal hygiene:
You will start having more vaginal discharge than before.
- Make sure that you keep your vaginal area clean and dry all times.
- Maintaining a good hygiene will reduce the chances of yeast and bacterial infections.