Stay Strong and Active During Pregnancy for Your Own Good

Stay Strong and Active During Pregnancy for Your Own Good

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Being pregnant is the best feeling in the world. But for me it was a little different feeling, as I had conceived for the 3rd time and the first two were not a success. We were more worried and enjoyed less and we didn’t know how long that would last.

Before I even got the news, I was vomiting and feeling weak. Soon after, we spoke to the doctor and we were told this happens, but this hadn’t happened earlier. I used to puke everything I ate, so going to work was difficult. I puked before going to office, on my way to work, at work, on my way back to work, and at home after dinner or before sleeping. There were days when I was vomiting almost 15 times a day. It was a difficult phased and I couldn’t even think of drinking water at that time.

I had lost 5 kgs in the first trimester, which was not a good sign as per the doctor. Even when all this was happening, I never stopped working. work from home was not an option in my office. So had to travel an hour in morning and 1.5 hour in evening, because of heavy traffic. We were scared that what if it does not work out for us again. but I ensured I walk regularly, work in office, and even at home. I used to cook at home as well. All this was tiring but had no choice. I stopped driving and my husband, dad, or father-in-law used to drop me to the office and pick me up.

Finally, after I reached the second trimester of pregnancy, did things became a little normal, especially in fifth month. I continued to work at home and in office and even went for regular walks. I never had pain issues in my legs/back. But it was slightest pain in feet because of extra weight but nothing major. It was all smooth and nice. Days came closer and my walks increased to more than 1 km now. It was difficult and tiring but I had to stay active for a healthy and active baby.

All this while, my parents and relatives were tensed why I had to work and why I was walking so much. But I did what I felt was good for my child and what was advised to me by my doctor.

Today, when I look at my little one, and see her active and happy, I feel good. I am not sure if it was because of all that I did, but it’s just my belief. So never give up, there are bad days and good days too, and there will be good days and bad days, so one should try to stay and think positive.

Being pregnant is the best feeling in the world. But for me it was a little different feeling, as I had conceived for the 3rd time and the first two were not a success. We were more worried and enjoyed less and we didn’t know how long that would last.

Before I even got the news, I was vomiting and feeling weak. Soon after, we spoke to the doctor and we were told this happens, but this hadn’t happened earlier. I used to puke everything I ate, so going to work was difficult. I puked before going to office, on my way to work, at work, on my way back to work, and at home after dinner or before sleeping. There were days when I was vomiting almost 15 times a day. It was a difficult phased and I couldn’t even think of drinking water at that time.

I had lost 5 kgs in the first trimester, which was not a good sign as per the doctor. Even when all this was happening, I never stopped working. work from home was not an option in my office. So had to travel an hour in morning and 1.5 hour in evening, because of heavy traffic. We were scared that what if it does not work out for us again. but I ensured I walk regularly, work in office, and even at home. I used to cook at home as well. All this was tiring but had no choice. I stopped driving and my husband, dad, or father-in-law used to drop me to the office and pick me up.

Finally, after I reached the second trimester of pregnancy, did things became a little normal, especially in fifth month. I continued to work at home and in office and even went for regular walks. I never had pain issues in my legs/back. But it was slightest pain in feet because of extra weight but nothing major. It was all smooth and nice. Days came closer and my walks increased to more than 1 km now. It was difficult and tiring but I had to stay active for a healthy and active baby.

All this while, my parents and relatives were tensed why I had to work and why I was walking so much. But I did what I felt was good for my child and what was advised to me by my doctor.

Today, when I look at my little one, and see her active and happy, I feel good. I am not sure if it was because of all that I did, but it’s just my belief. So never give up, there are bad days and good days too, and there will be good days and bad days, so one should try to stay and think positive.

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