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A Gynac’s Guide To Help You Plan Your Pregnancy In Your 40s

Make a pre-conception visit to get a check-up done and start any treatment that might be needed to address your pre-existing health condition. These could include prenatal vitamins, a healthy lifestyle, and regular lab tests to keep a tab on your physical and reproductive health.

Go for regular prenatal check-ups

Eat a nutritious and protein-rich diet that has all the necessary nutrients that are essential for a safe and healthy pregnancy

Stay active and try to exercise regularly

Keep a strict watch on weight gain and avoid unhealthy weight gain

Avoid addictions like tobacco, alcohol, or any other substance

Go for timely screenings so that any genetic defects in the baby can be avoided

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