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OBGyn’s Travel Guide and Exercise During Pregnancy
The best time to travel is the average period of pregnancy, ie between week 14 and 28. At this time most women have overcome the discomfort of the first phase of pregnancy. In the last phase of pregnancy the difficulty of moving or staying seated for a long time at the same time as increasing the risk of preterm delivery is rec- ognized. (Labor that begins before the end of the 37th Week). centreville obgyn suggested for short trips, the car is a good way to travel, make travel short for long hours traveling is heavy even when you are not pregnant.
It is advisable to travel no more than 5 to 6 hours. per day.
Precautionary measures for safe travel are not modified for pregnant women, You should wear your seat belt every time you get into the car even when your seat has airbags. To prevent accidents, wear both belts and belts on each trip. Keep your seat as far as possible from the board. 10 inches (26 cm.) If possible. Women should not turn off airbags because they are pregnant, the benefits of using air bags are greater than the risk that a woman and her baby can have in the event of an accident. If you have a shock, however small, even being a defense against defense, visit your doctor to make sure you and your baby are healthy.
Traveling by plane is almost always safe, Almost all airlines allow pregnant women to travel up to one month before delivery. Most commercial airplanes are pressurized ie the air in the cabin has more oxygen than the outside air. Most private planes are not, so if you fly in a small plane avoid flying higher than 7,000. The metal detectors at the safety points will not hurt your baby or you. Choose your seat, perhaps it is better to reserve an isolated place. It will make it easier to get up and walk every hour as well as avoid having to go over other people to go to the bathroom. Try to travel in the opposite part of the plane, there the trips are lighter, Try to travel in the seats behind the wall dividing the first class, These seats have more space and you can stretch your legs.
When traveling, walk or trace the alphabet with your feet every two hours plus you should consider wearing support pantyhose.
Avoid snow skiing, contact sports, snorkeling, weightlifting as well as squats after the first trimester of pregnancy.
Some sports are safe during pregnancy even for beginners.
• Walking is a good exercise for anyone. With an invigorating walk it is a complete exercise for the body as well as it is gentle for joints and muscles.
If you were not very active before your pregnancy, walking is an alternative to starting an exercise plan.
• Swimming is good for the body because it works several parts of the body as well as water supports your body so you avoid all kinds of injuries and stretching of the muscles, as well as help keep the body at a low temperature, which avoids Sweating between her legs.
• Cycling offers good aerobic exercise, however the growth of your belly can affect your balance, making it more prone to falls, so you should choose a stationary or stationary bike reclining in the advanced stage of your pregnancy.
• Aerobic exercises are a good choice to keep your heart and lungs strong. There are aerobics designed for pregnant women. Aqua aerobics or low impact are also very good exercise.
Other exercises: If done in moderation, these exercises are safe for women who exercise before their pregnancy.
• Running, if you ran from before your pregnancy, you can continue to do so even though you should modify your routine. Talk to your doctor about which mode of running is safe for you.
• Racquet Sports, In some racket sports such as badminton, tennis and racquetball, changing the balance can affect fast movements, which increases the risk of falls, you will have to avoid some sports of this type .
• A stretching workout will make your muscles strong and help you to prevent some common aches and pains in pregnancy.
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