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Useful pregnancy lists

  1. What should you keep in mind before and during your pregnancy? You won't forget anything with these handy lists. From a pregnancy test to preparing your hospital bag.

Before you get pregnant

  1. Taking folic acid and vitamins. It is best to start with folic acid four weeks in advance. Continue for up to 10 weeks after the first day of your last period. Quit smoking!

1-3 months pregnant

  1. Take a pregnancy test. Notify your employer. Inform the midwife and GP. Inform the dentist and pharmacy about medicines and any X-rays. Informing Mothers for Mothers. They collect your urine during the first months of pregnancy. With it, drugs can be made that help other women get pregnant. Keep a pregnancy diary. Arrange maternity care. Register for pregnancy gymnastics. Register at daycare center.

3-6 months pregnant

  1. Buy baby layette. If you are not married: have your child recognized by the father at the registry office. Request a maternity package from the insurer. Purchase maternity clothes. Take pictures of your growing belly. Come up with baby names. Arrange godparents if necessary. Ask the midwife for a pregnancy statement for your employer. Discuss maternity leave with your employer. Still on vacation?

6-9 months pregnant

  1. Thinking about how you want to give birth: lying down, sitting, squatting, on a stool or in the bath. Deciding who should be present at the delivery. Prepare your camera, videos or memory card and batteries. Ensure that your partner is always reachable by mobile. Freeze chest pads. Finish furnishing the baby room. Purchase the last items for the layette. In the case of a home delivery: purchase a maternity package, raise the bed, arrange a toilet and a tarp. Prepare supplies for the home birth: hot water bottle, ice bag, massage oil, favorite music, warm socks, nice wide T-shirt. Prepare your packed weekend bag and find the fastest way to the hospital. Buy nursing bra. Choose a birth announcement and come up with text. Write addresses on birth announcement envelopes. Get rusk and mice at home. Have baby clothes ready. Going to the movies or dinner together.

  2. Thinking about how you want to give birth: lying down, sitting, squatting, on a stool or in the bath. Deciding who should be present at the delivery. Prepare your camera, videos or memory card and batteries. Ensure that your partner is always reachable by mobile. Freeze chest pads. Finish furnishing the nursery. Purchase the last items for the layette. In the case of a home delivery: purchase a maternity package, raise the bed, arrange a toilet and a tarp. Prepare supplies for the home birth: hot water bottle, ice bag, massage oil, favorite music, warm socks, nice wide T-shirt. Prepare your packed weekend bag and find the fastest way to the hospital. Buy nursing bra. Choose a birth announcement and come up with text. Write addresses on birth announcement envelopes. Get rusk and mice at home. Have baby clothes ready. Going to the movies or eating out together.



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