prevent infection and help keep your unborn baby

You can prevent infection and help keep your unborn baby safe.

prevent infection and help keep your unborn baby1. Hand wash with soap is necessary whenever using the bathroom, handling pets, touching raw meat, raw eggs, or unwashed vegetables, being around people who are sick, getting saliva (spit) on your hands, preparing food and eating, caring for and playing with children, gardening or touching dirt or soil, changing diapers If soap and running water are not available, you may use alcohol-based hand gel.  


2. Wash your hands often if children are around their saliva and urine might contain a virus. It is likely harmless to them, but it can be dangerous for you and your unborn baby. 



3. Do not eat hot dogs, luncheon meats, or deli meats, unless they are reheated until steaming hot. These undercooked meats and processed meats might contain harmful bacteria.  


4. Do not eat soft cheeses unless they have labels that say they are pasteurized. Unpasteurized products can contain harmful bacteria



5. Care for pest is needed so as it leads to harmful virus which will harm the unborn baby. So until the baby arrives, better to call pest control professional so that the toxic pest are done such a way that it is not harmed to anyone 


6.  Its better to get the test done where some people that have HIV, hepatitis B, or an STD do not feel sick. If you have one of these diseases it is important talk to your doctor about how you canreduce the chance that your baby will become sick. 



7. Having the right vaccinations at the right time can help keep you healthy and help keep your baby from getting very sick or having life-long health problems. Some are recommended before you become pregnant, during pregnancy, or right after delivery. 



8. Stay away from people who you know have infections, such as chickenpox or rubella, if you have not yet had it yourself or did not have the vaccine before pregnancy.  


9. About 1 in 4 women carry this type of bacteria, but do not feel sick. An easy swab test near the end of pregnancy will show if you have this type of bacteria. If you do have group B, talk to your doctor about how to protect your baby during labor. 


Generally it is said “Prevention is better than Cure” so keeping all this in mind one has to understand small things to handle for the safety of childbirth.

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