Planning before pregnancy is very important, because if you are healthy then only you can give birth a healthy child. Baby’s organs start to form before you know about your pregnancy, so it is very important to take care of your health before pregnancy.

1.Visit a doctor for a pre-pregnancy checkup: Pre-pregnancy checkup is required to avoid some complications at the time of pregnancy, it is a must.

2.Check your weight: If you are overweight, then reduce it or if you are underweight then try to gain because at the time of pregnancy your health condition related to weight should be ok otherwise it can create problems. To work on your weight, simply join my facebook group and inbox me to enrol in my WEIGHTLOSS PROGRAM. Click here Weightloss program


3.Money condition: Money is a very crucial factor. Sometimes pregnancy needs some extra medical attention, for that money is required, so always have a backup of your extra money before pregnancy.

4.Job:Consider your job too. ”Is your job very demanding or needs some physical work” ask these questions to yourself and try to solve it before pregnancy.

5.Visit dentist:Visit your dentist before pregnancy is a good idea. You should try to have a thorough dental checkup and take care of dental health issues before you get pregnant.

6.Start folic acid:Start folic acid before 2 months of your pregnancy planning, it is good for you and your baby.

7.Regular exercise: Adopt a healthy lifestyle, exercise regularly and keep yourself fit.


8.Healthy diet:Take healthy diet, to keep you healthy. Good nutrition, exercise, and healthy lifestyle choices are important before and during pregnancy.

9.Take care of mental health:Take care of your mental health also. To give birth a healthy baby, mother should be healthy mentally also, if she is stressed or tensed then it is not good for baby.

10.Give-up alcohol, smoking, drugs:do not smoke and drink at the time of pregnancy. Any drug should not be taken without doctor’s prescription.

More to do
1.You both Take a firm decision:Both parents should be prepared for upcoming baby.

2.Toss your birth control

3.Consider your family health history: Either your history or your partner’s — increases the risk of having a child who has certain medical conditions or birth defects, consider your family health history and take advice from doctor too.

4.Avoid infections and take care of your health:Live in a healthy environment and keep yourself away from any kind of infection.

5.Consider your age:Try not to be late after 35.Age is also a important factor for pregnancy, so always keep in mind that pregnancy in right age has more chances to be a healthy pregnancy.

6.Have you been pregnant before?:Have you any elder child? If yes then he/she should also be prepared for a sibling. If you have any miscarriage before tell your doctor anout this.


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