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5 lifestyle choices that affect fetal growth

Neetu Ralhan
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5 lifestyle choices that affect fetal growth

Pregnancy is a time of great joy. It is also a time when a woman gets geared up to adapt to a new lifestyle that will ensure perfecr fetal health and prenatal developmey. Today, most expecting parents are aware that smoking and alcohol can have long lasting effects on the physical and cognitive development of their unborn baby. No wonder that many expectant mothers refrain from enjoying even the occasional glass of wine, worried that it may impact the baby negatively. However, while taking all major precautions, sometimes one can miss out on the more routine and everyday habits that can hamper fetal growth. Here Neetu Ralhan has compiled some common lifestyle practices that may have a negative impact on prenatal development. Read on...


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Shashi Roy

| May 26, 2017

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| Mar 20, 2017

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Krupali Sharma

| Mar 13, 2017

helpful information... thanx

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Divya Uppal

| Nov 27, 2016

very helpful...

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shalinivarora

| Oct 06, 2016

very informative. thanks !!

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Shailaja Arne

| Jul 26, 2016

Thanks for the info

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Snehaprabha P Birje

| Jul 22, 2016

yes..... thanks

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RAcharjee

| Jul 22, 2016

Thanks

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Pooja Jain

| Mar 01, 2016

Nicene use full information

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A Sree

| Nov 21, 2015

Good one

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Sushmita Ganguly

| Nov 21, 2015

Thanks for giving such an important information....

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merlin suji

| Oct 15, 2015

Good one

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Shal

| Sep 29, 2015

Good one.. very true

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Neena

| Feb 02, 2013

i remember not wanting to cook for myself as I used to be alone during pregnancy. You do end up eating bread and whatever is available at times... its good be aware how these things would affect the baby long after they are born.. !

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Anurima

| Jan 25, 2013

It was not very long ago that I had my second child and I remember some of the above points clearly. Great compilation Neetu. Its a must read for all expecting parents.

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