bouncing, leaping, and jumping
sudden changes in direction
jarring or jerky movements
abdominal exercises on the back, such as situps, after the first trimester
ride roller costers
try to make your water break (the water will break on its own
drink to much caffine
to much sun bathing
go on a diet
partying to much
During pregnancy, you really are limited to what you can and can't do. Here are a things not to do:
Don't forget about your oral health. Mounting evidence suggests that periodontal disease, a bacterial infection that affects the gums and bones supporting the teeth, can lead to premature labor and low-birth weight babies.
See your dentist for a checkup and a cleaning now if you haven't done so in the last six months.
Yes, you can and should bathe while you are pregnant.
No one should drink while they're pregnant. Drinking while pregnant causes fetal alcohol syndrome.
Yes and she should.
NO, you should not lift heavy things while pregnant.
Yes, and you definitely should eat vegetables while pregnant. Your developing child needs the nutrition from them.
Papaya is consistently associated with abortions and should not be ingested while pregnant.
200 pounds minimum.
Yes. You should live as normal.