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How to prepare for geriatric pregnancy?

 

How to prepare for geriatric pregnancy?

Having pregnancy whether at an advanced age or before 30 always like a blessing. But if you are in advanced pregnancy age so you need to prepare for geriatric pregnancy. However, in some circumstances, it can be highly riskier for you depend on your health. Moreover better if you follow healthy tips and doctor's advice to have a healthy baby. You must know the pregnancy risks before it. Below is the pregnancy risks by age chart has been shown.

pregnancy risks by age chart

Now, move on to getting pregnancy tips at 35

If you want to get pregnant after 35 naturally so do not avoid these helpful tips.

·         Both of you (partner & You) should be in healthy condition

·         Avoid smoking, alcohol, and follow healthy diets

·         Understand your menstruation cycle

·         At the starting age of 35, should consult the doctor

(Also Read: Is 37 too old to get pregnant?)

Preparation tips for pregnancy

Ø  Always do monitor your blood pressure. It is the most important thing before getting pregnant whether when you in pregnant or not.

Ø  Your diet should include green vegetables, fruits, lean protein, low-fat food items, whole grains.

Ø  Do exercises before pregnant to get a healthy weight that helps in conceiving. Workout before pregnancy reduces the risks of gestational diabetes if you have.

Ø  If you love to drink caffeine so before consuming consult your doctor. In some cases, doctors neglect the consumption of coffees.

Ø  Take vitamins that are essential in pregnancy – folate, choline, vitamin D, iron, iodine.

Ø  Intake coenzyme Q10 for improving your egg quality

Ø  Make an appointment list

Ø  Always be happy and avoid hypertension

Ø  Monitor your prenatal period during pregnancy

(Also Read: Is it ok if you do not breastfeed?)

The Takeaway

If you follow these tips for a healthy pregnancy so it will save you from risks that occur in geriatric pregnancy. 

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