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Exercises to aid normal delivery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello doctor, I am 28 yr female in 21 st week of pregnancy .Residing xxx xxx.
For me all scans are until wht I need to do everything is normal. But I am not feeling any moment. How I need to sleep per day.? Is there any tips get normal delivery?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
Doctor :   Is this your first pregnancy?
User :   yes doctor
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry about,
Doctor :   fetal movements are often identified late when you are in your first pregnancy.
User :   ok
Doctor :   You will start feeling them in a couple of weeks or so. As all the scans are normal, there is nothing to worry about.
Doctor :   You will get to feel them early in subsequent pregnancies.
User :   ok! I feel lack of sleep always
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   That is a common finding. I suggest that you try to sleep as much as possible as
Doctor :   a pregnant woman needs 8=9 hrs of sleep at night along with additional short naps during the day.
User :   Is pthere any specificexrecise i need to do............
Doctor :   So, I suggest that you sleep at night in a quiet dark room and also take afternoon or evening naps.
Doctor :   If you want to go for a normal delivery, there are a set of exercises called Kegel's Exercises which will enhance the tone of your pelvic muscles during delivery
Doctor :   Short walks are also ideal.
Doctor :   Regular household work can also be done as long as it is not
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