Coming from a mother of two adorable kids, bearing and giving birth to a child is such a blessing and fulfillment.
Although, we can’t deny the fact that there are some things we are worried about while we are pregnant, right?
Here are 7 things pregnant women shouldn’t worry about according to doctors and medical experts.
1: Having a miscarriage
About one in five early pregnancies ends in miscarriage during the first 10 to 12 weeks or so, says Dweck. Most are completely random genetic abnormalities and can’t be prevented, so worrying about them will do you no good. But to lower your overall risk, don’t smoke and maintain as healthy a weight as much as possible. If you notice any bleeding or pain early in pregnancy, you should consult your doctor to make sure you aren’t miscarrying. Otherwise, Dweck says cautious optimism is reasonable. And the good news is that even if you miscarry, your chances of miscarrying in the next pregnancy don’t increase, says Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Yale Medical School.