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What are the possible concerns a pregnant woman?

What are the possible concerns a pregnant woman?

Ectopic pregnancy (when the embryo implants outside of the uterus, usually in a fallopian tube) Preterm labor and delivery (before 37 completed weeks of pregnancy) Low birth weight. Birth defects, including blindness, deafness, bone deformities, and intellectual disability.

Is bowling alley safe during pregnancy?

Although bowling is relatively safe, your joints and ligaments get looser during pregnancy, and your center of gravity shifts. So the motions used in bowling, in combination with the weight of the ball, could strain your back or various other ligaments.

What 5 hazards should you avoid when pregnant?

raw eggs or foods containing raw eggs, including mousse, tiramisu, raw cookie dough, eggnog, homemade ice cream, and Caesar dressing. raw or undercooked fish (sushi), shellfish, or meats. paté and meat spreads. processed meats like hot dogs and deli meats (these should be very well cooked before eating)

Can I go AXE throwing while pregnant?

It’s your call. We don’t prohibit throwing by pregnant women as it’s a personal choice based on your physical condition – if you are uncertain please discuss and take the advice of your health care provider.

Can you skate pregnant?

It isn’t safe to go ice skating or roller blading while you’re pregnant. Ice skating, in-line skating, horseback riding, gymnastics, downhill skiing, soccer, football, and similar sports can increase your chance of falling and/or hitting your abdomen, potentially hurting you and your baby.

How should a pregnant woman sit on a couch?

This is a good sitting posture. Distribute your body weight evenly on both hips. Keep your hips and knees at a right angle (use a foot rest or stool if necessary). Your legs should not be crossed and your feet should be flat on the floor.

What are red flags for pregnancy?

Red flags to look out for in pregnant women include back pain, bleeding, headaches, hypertension and high fever.

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