10 Things not to do when you are pregnant: What you should avoid when you are pregnant

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The things that we do in our daily life may seem so trivial. But some of them can have adverse effects on the baby. So, in this video, Nathalie Kaufmann, Pregnancy and Birth Consultant and TCM Therapist, and Mathias Ritter, Researcher and Science Geek, explain the 10 things NOT to do when you are pregnant.
First, they explain why relaxation in the wrong setting should be avoided when you are pregnant. Next, they tell you which exercises you should avoid when you are pregnant, and they also discuss why you should be careful with certain medications and household chemicals.
Then they explain which kinds of foods should be avoided. And of course, they also talk about many other things not to do when you are pregnant!


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Jessica Timmons (2016): 11 Things to Avoid During Pregnancy – What Not to Do. Last accessed on 04/30/2022.

MotherToBaby (2021): Fever | Hyperthermia. Last accessed on 04/30/2022.


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  1. Thanks so much for watching this video! 😊 This video is supposed to help you understand what you should not do when you are pregnant in order to protect your baby. Apart from that, there are also things you CAN do to support your baby’s growth and development. Most importantly, you can make sure that your baby receives all the nutrients that baby so urgently needs. We discuss this topic in this video:

  2. I have delivered my baby at 37 weeks via normal delivery..
    I followed all your advice from your videos especially during labor…thank you so much ma'am and sir!
    I'm from the Philippines.

  3. Hi mam my baby boy was 8 months old he is suffering with cough and cold even I am using doctor prescription baby is not ok . Please tell me any solution mam

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