I came to Australia just for 2 years. when I got pregnant i'm so nervous.i did many investigates. From my first appointment Rahul made me feel one hundred percent confident with our choice of obstetrician,he was very caring and supportive and always took the time to discuss matters and suggest solutions. His recommendations for a successful delivery were spot on and I can’t praise him highly enough for his knowledge, experience and professionalism. Dr Sen, thank you for delivering our healthy son into the world, we look forward to going through our next pregnancy with you.
Exercise in Pregnancy
Most women benefit from exercise in pregnancy.
If you are already exercising then you can continue to exercise, but you will find you need to reduce the intensity during pregnancy. You should avoid overheating in pregnancy, so stay out of the heat and avoid very strenuous routines. You will also find that your energy levels are reduced, especially before 16 weeks and after 34 weeks.
You should also combat exercises, and things that increase your abdominal pressure, such as crunches.
If you are not exercising in pregnancy then you might like to try gentle walks every day or at least 3 times per week. Swimming and aquarobics can be a good way of exercising with your new centre of gravity.
Remember to keep out of the heat and to keep well hydrated at all times. That means at least 2 litres of water per day and 3 litres in warmer weather. You will need extra if you exercise a lot.