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12 weeks pregnant tip

A beautiful milestone! The most important organs and body systems of your baby are ready, they will be further refined in the coming months. In the meantime, after 12 weeks of pregnancy, you may find it difficult to close your pants.

Your baby in week 12 of your pregnancy

Your baby has more than doubled in length in the last 3 weeks. But developments are not only rapid in terms of size. The pituitary gland (a gland just below the brain) ensures that your little ones can now also make hormones themselves. In addition, from this week the most important organs and body systems of your baby are in place. His base is ready! In the coming 28 weeks his organs will grow further, they will become more refined and they can actually get to work.

The hands and feet now have loose fingers and toes, on which even nails start to grow. He is also moving more and more in the safe amniotic fluid . Although the first teeth of your baby only come through 6 months after birth, the baby teeth are already formed under the gums.

You in week 12 of your pregnancy

Your belly grows at a dizzying pace, it would make you dizzy . Many pregnant women are occasionally dizzy or have the feeling that they are about to faint. This is because extra blood goes to your baby, which can cause a decrease in blood flow to your body and brain . The lower blood sugar level during your pregnancy makes you dizzy even faster. Be ahead of the dizzy by resting enough, eating regularly and not getting up too quickly.

Your womb is getting bigger and will take more space in your lower abdomen. It is therefore not surprising if your trousers close more and more difficult, or even no longer close. In this case, it may be time for maternity clothes to wear.

Time to shop!

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Tip for 12 weeks pregnant

Many future parents wait until they have passed the deadline ultrasound before they tell friends and family that they are pregnant. Chances are that you are now about to share the good news with everyone. Be inspired by these fun pregnancy announcements .

Tips for You This Week

Get your flu shot

All pregnant women are with child sometime during flu season, October to May, which is why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends all moms-to-be get vaccinated. Being pregnant doesn’t up your risk for shot side effects, notes a recent study.Embrace wrap dresses

Your doc can feel your growing uterus by touching your abdomen, but you may not look pregnant. Try wrap and empire dresses till you’re ready for maternity clothes.Start doing kegels

Pushing your baby through your pelvis and into the world is demanding not only on you, but also on your pelvic floor muscles — which have to stretch to proportions previously unimaginable.

Doing pelvic floor exercises can lead to a shorter labor and a faster post-birth recovery. Squeeze the pelvic floor muscles for up to 10 seconds, shooting for three sets of 20 a day.

Building these bladder- and uterus-supporting muscles reduces your chance of bladder issues and eases a host of other pregnancy and postpartum symptoms.Avoid alcohol

The warning labels on the sides of beer, wine and alcohol bottles are there for a reason. Drinking alcoholic beverages during pregnancy can have serious consequences for your baby, including birth defects and complications.

Even moderate drinking can cause problems, so it’s best to abstain entirely until after delivery. Don’t worry, however, if you had a couple of drinks before you found out you were pregnant.Be smart about seafood

Say sayonara to sushi for now — uncooked or seared seafood is off-limits, thanks to bad bacteria and parasites that can lurk within. Always thoroughly cook (or order) fish until it flakes; shellfish must be firm.

Steer clear of ceviche or other uncooked marinated seafood, including raw oysters and clams — no amount of citrus juice or hot sauce is capable of killing dangerous bacteria.

Also, smoked fish that is refrigerated should stay off the menu because of the danger of listeria — though it’s okay if cooked, as in a casserole. Plus, certain fish contain high levels of mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and other toxins that can be dangerous to your baby.

When you’re fishing for dinner, steer clear of shark, swordfish, king mackerel, bigeye tuna, tilefish, grouper and amberjack. And limit your consumption to 12 ounces a week of shellfish, smaller ocean fish, farm-raised fish, canned light tuna and freshwater fish. Limit canned albacore to 6 ounces per week.Stay hydrated

Here’s one bottle you need to be hitting, especially when you’re at the gym: the water bottle. It’s more important than ever to stay hydrated now, so plan on adding an extra glass — and no cheating…it should be an 8-ounce glass, not the triangle shaped cups at the water cooler — of water for every half hour of strenuous activity.

Try to steer clear of sports drinks; they contain too many ingredients you just don’t need.

Take in even more water in warm weather or when you’re just plain sweating a lot. Start hitting the bottle at least 30 to 45 minutes before exercising and keep drinking both during and after your workout — but don’t exceed 16 ounces at any one time. You need to take in fluids throughout the day, not all at once.Know which foods to avoid

Fortunately, you don’t have to worry about finding unpasteurized milk at the supermarket, thanks to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). But soft cheeses made with unpasteurized milk are another story — they can harbor listeria and other pathogens.

To stay safe, don’t nosh on soft cheeses such as feta, brie, Camembert, goat cheese, blue-veined cheeses and queso fresco unless you’re positive they’re made with pasteurized products. Always check the label to make sure.

Other safe alternatives: Stick with hard cheeses, like Swiss and cheddar, or heat up soft cheeses until bubbly.