HOW TO PREVENT UNWANTED PREGNANCY II अनचाहे गर्भ से कैसे पाएं छुटकारा II BY RUBINA KHAN II

Myself Rubina welcomes you to this fresh episode of F3 Healthy Life.

Today I have come with the topic of " How to Prevent Unwanted Pregnancy".

Yes, there are major possibilities that even after using major precautions, pregnancy retains.

Either because of product error or human error.

But thank god, there are such home remedies That if we use them, we can prevent our unwanted pregnancy.

So, today I am going to tell you some home remedies related to this.

Let's move on to our effective home remedies.

Our first home remedy is Parsely (Ajmoda) Its very easily available , its an Ayurveda herb.

Which naturally prevent our unwanted pregnancy.

The best way to use parsley is to make its herbal tea take a bunch of parsely and boil it in 2 cup water add tea powder and prepare its tea With its 2 times consumption in a day, you can prevent your unwanted pregnancy.

Our next home remedy is Cotton Plant Root Its such a effective home remedy.

It release the Oxytocin to hormones due to which a female get pregnant.

First of all dry the cotton plant root Cut it into pieces and take a handful of this and boil it in 2 cup water.

Once its reduces to its half then consume this water With its 2 times consumption in morning & evening , you can prevent your unwanted pregnancy.

Our next home remedy is Angelica.

Which is an effective ayurveda herb.

It stimulates our uterine contractions.

From your last 2 sexual intercourse to another 2 weeks you have to consume it regularly.

Once in a day take 1 tsp Angelica with water And you can prevent your unwanted pregnancy.

Our next home remedy is Indian Worm Wood Its an ayurveda herb which looks like as similar to parsely.

First of all dry the Indian Worm Wood Once in a day take 1 tsp Indian Worm Wood with water for continuous 7 days.

From the last day of your intercourse to another 1 week.

Our last home remedy is Spearmint.

Its an ayurveda herb which is famous still ancient time to prevent unwanted pregnancy.

Put 1 pinch spearmint in your tea and drink the tea.

As its really easy to have.

Make sure you consult your doctor once before consuming spearmint.

So, these were my easy and effective home remedies.

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What Are The Best Tips For Safely Swimming When Pregnant? | Safe Pregnancy While Swim

What are the Best Tips for Safely SwimmingWhen Pregnant? Swimming when pregnant can be a very safeand effective form of exercise.

Generally, pregnant women should be able toswim well into the third trimester, although they may need to modify their routines towardthe very end of the pregnancy.

It is important to rest if fatigue sets inor cramps are experienced, and to stay hydrated by drinking water, because exercise, evenin a pool, can contribute to dehydration.

People who want to exercise during pregnancymay want to consider swimming when pregnant to stay fit, develop cardiovascular strength,and relieve stress.

Unlike many forms of exercise, swimming isgentle on the joints and will not exacerbate joint pain and swelling.

Women swimming when pregnant may want to workwith a swim instructor to develop a safe swim routine.

Generally, all swimming moves are safe, althoughdiving should be avoided, and women may have trouble later in pregnancy with moves requiringan arched back or powerful explosions of muscular energy.

In addition to swimming, women can also liftweights in the pool and perform stretches.

One important safety precaution for swimmingwhen pregnant is to always warm up first.

Women should ease into the pool and do somegentle stretches to open up their muscles and get comfortable in the water.

Gentle laps can help women get ready for morevigorous aquatic exercise.

After a pool workout, it's also necessaryto cool down to prevent muscle soreness and tension.

After swimming, women should not enter a sauna,steam room, or hot tub, even if they are accustomed to doing so after a workout.

Research suggests that hot environments canbe potentially harmful for a pregnancy.

If women are concerned about chills afterswimming when pregnant, a thick insulating robe can be kept by the pool to warm up withafter getting out of the water.

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Having a Healthy and Safe Pregnancy | Kaiser Permanente

(upbeat music) >>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- The most critical aspect of a pregnancy is within that first 13 weeks.

So that's when the fetus is developing.

What we would recommend to you is to avoid chemicals,medications, dietary supplements that could be potentiallyharmful during that aspect.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- As far as caffeine goes in pregnancy, our recommendation is 200milligrams of caffeine a day.

Many different brandshave differing amounts of caffeine in a "cup" of coffee.

So I recommend women be familiarwhat brand they're drinking and how much caffeine's in one cup, and then limit it to 200 milligrams a day.

>>Kevin Overbeck, MD OB/GYN- Anything more than that and you run a higher risk of problems.

>>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- You want to be mindful that there are risks that are associatedwith consumption of alcohol and tobacco, so the goalis to always avoid those.

>>Kathy Wood, MD OB/GYN- You should also avoidexcessive gardening and things like that if youhave a cat or neighborhood cats, because there is a risk of toxoplasmosis if your cat has that.

So if you're a healthy person,keep up your good habits, exercise, healthy diet are all things that will help promote a healthy pregnancy.

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The Importance of Pregnancy Fitness | Kaiser Permanente

(lighthearted instrumental music) >>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- So when get to aboutthree weeks of pregnancy, your energy level goes down a little bit, but it's important to stay active.

>>Ebony, Nine Weeks Pregnant- Before I got pregnant, Ihad kind of let my exercise routine lull a little bit,but now that I am pregnant, I've started walking on theweekends, in the morning, and I'm participating in yoga classes.

>>Danielle, 28 Weeks Pregnant- Even though pregnancytreats me quite well, it is a workload on your cardiac health, and I'm not used to being winded going up just a flight of stairs.

Jason & Megan, Expectant Parents- This pregnancy I'vetried to do everything I could to make sure my pregnancy was healthy and I felt good.

I did go to the gymthrough the first, like, six months of pregnancy,and then after that we have just, have been walkingbecause it's been nice out.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- Staying active will really help your delivery process go a lot smoother.

So, going on walks everyday, getting on an ellipticalmachine or a treadmill 30 minutes a day, fourto five times a week is something you cando to help stay active.

>>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- As you get farther and farther along, you may notice that it becomes a little bit harder to maintain posture.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- But whatever your bodywas conditioned to do before pregnancy, you cando during the pregnancy.

Of course, if you were doing kickboxing, or you were an avidskier, you may not want to do that when you hityour second trimester because those are thingsyou can't control, but for the most part you can do whatever exercise you enjoyed before pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Beauty Tips | Kaiser Permanente

(upbeat music) >>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- When you're pregnant most women don't need to change theirbeauty routine, per say.

We recommend all women look at what products that they're using, and are using productsthat aren't harmful to, or toxic to themselves or the environment.

>>Vicki Cohen, CNM Certified Nurse-Midwife- Many women do ask about hair dye, and other cosmeticsand I would tell anyone that there is no evidencethat says dyeing your hair is harmful to your pregnancy.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- In terms of things like, can I get my nails donewhile I'm pregnant? Yes, you can certainly get your nails done while you're pregnant.

>>Shauna Hicks, MD OB/GYN- The main thing to keep in mind is that if you do getyour hair or nails done, to be in a salon that hasa well ventilated area to make sure that you're not breathing in some of those fumes.

>>Rachel Walker, MD OB/GYN- If you're worried, the best thing to do is wait until you're outsideof the first trimester.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- And then often we get questions about tanning during pregnancy.

And I think women often,you know their body is going through changes andthey think about maybe using some tanningproducts or going tanning.

And we really recommend to all women, whether you're pregnant or not, to avoid tanning.

You can damage your skin,and so we would recommend a avoiding that during all times.

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Preparing your Body for Pregnancy | Kaiser Permanente

(upbeat music) >>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- When you're thinkingabout getting pregnant, you want to be in thehealthiest state possible.

So it's important to goand visit your physician, or your midwife, to plan on howto have a healthy pregnancy.

>>Rachel Walker, MD OB/GYN- We can help you optimizeany health conditions that you may have and wecan talk about getting your body healthy beforestarting a pregnancy.

>>Angela Chiodo, CNM Certified Nurse-Midwife- And then even just mentallyand emotionally preparing to make room for a child in your life.

>>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- During that visit we canhave multiple conversations and making sure that youare as healthy as possible prior to conception.

>>Ebony, Nine Weeks Pregnant- My doctor told me, inorder to prepare for getting pregnant, to startimplementing some more regular exercises in my routine.

>>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- So physical activity is very important.

The healthier you are prior to conception, the better it is for theoutcome of the pregnancy.

It's very key that youmaintain a well-balanced diet.

>>Ebony, Nine Weeks Pregnant- I made quite a few changes with my diet.

I started making sure I broughtmore fruits and vegetables with me to work so that I waseating better during the day.

>>Fonda Mitchell, MD OB/GYN- So lean meats, healthyfruits and vegetables, and nutritional developmentas well too with prenatal vitamins and ensuringthat those are on board at least three months prior to conception.

>>Stella Dantas, MD OB/GYN- But don't worry if youhaven't done this and you find yourself pregnant and itwasn't a planned pregnancy.

It's okay.

>>Angela Chiodo, CNM Certified Nurse-Midwife- We're happy to work withyou and we'll get you started on the right path.

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