Pregnancy and post pregnancy care

Pregnancy and post pregnancy care

During pregnancy and post-pregnancy, it is very important to take proper care of yourself. To do this, there are some things you should know. Some of them are related to the health of your baby, while others deal with your own health. For example, if you have high blood pressure, you should avoid taking certain foods or drinks. You should also be aware of the side effects of some medications. Besides, there are certain things you should not do during pregnancy and after-pregnancy.


Complications of pregnancy and post-pregnancy care are important to the health of the mother and baby. Pregnancy and post-pregnancy complications may be very serious and can result in a life-threatening illness or even death.

A pregnancy complication is any health problem that arises during or after a pregnancy. Most pregnancy and post-pregnancy complications can be treated if they are diagnosed early.


During pregnancy and after, a woman may have to take medicines. Some are safe, while others may cause harm to the baby. Fortunately, the good news is that there are a few things that you can do to make sure that your baby gets the best possible care.

If you are already pregnant, you may want to check with your doctor before using any new medicines. You can also talk to your health care provider about how to stop taking certain drugs. In general, you should never try to stop a medicine suddenly.

Foods to avoid

During pregnancy, you need to eat a healthy diet and avoid certain foods. Some foods can be harmful for your unborn baby or put your baby at risk. Pregnant women also need to get enough vitamins, minerals, and proteins. The right amount of fat is important, too. You can find more information about safe food for pregnant women on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

Pregnant women should not eat raw fish, meat, or eggs. These foods can be contaminated with harmful bacteria such as salmonella, listeria, or toxoplasmosis. They can cause a variety of health problems, including a miscarriage or birth defect.

Skin care

During pregnancy and post-pregnancy, your skin will go through a variety of changes. It is essential to care for your skin during this time to ensure that it stays healthy and radiant. In addition, you may want to avoid certain activities that could be harmful to your baby.

Pregnancy can also lead to dry skin. You will need to maintain a moisturizer that provides your skin with the nutrients it needs. Also, you will need to avoid long, hot baths and harsh soaps.

Using the right products can help you restore your glowing skin. Some products will even allow you to reverse unwanted pregnancy skin changes.

Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt (Consultant Gynecologist & Laparoscopic & Infertility Specialist) MBBS (KGMC-King George Medical University, Lucknow), MS (Gold Medalist), DNB, MRCOG (United Kingdom)