Congratulations! You’re pregnant. The day you’ve been waiting for.
We know that taking care of your health needs and the health needs of your growing bundle of joy is extremely important to you. We also know that a quick Google search can leave your head spinning with less clarity than you had before.
There is a lot of information on the web and sometimes it can be difficult to sift through and know what will actually work for us.
But here’s the thing…
One-size-does-NOT-fit-all when it comes to a healthy pregnancy.
What worked for your best friend and your sister-in-law and that influencer on TikTok has no guarantee it will work for you.
It’s important to remember that your body, how it functions, your preferences and your previous health needs and habits are all important factors when finding solutions that work for your pregnancy.
We know it can often feel disheartening to go online and see a lot of “strong opinions” but we also know that you know your body best and you can make the decisions for your healthy pregnancy better than anyone.
If you’re looking for support in finding good quality information from experts you can trust we recommend checking in with your doctor/OBGYN, your midwife and other health experts that you already trust. They can provide you with tailored information that is free from misinformation that often clouds social media platforms.
Make an appointment with your health professional of choice and ask them questions and talk about what you’re looking for and how you want your pregnancy to go. They will be able to support you in finding the right plan and information that meets your needs and goals.
At PUSH Mama we strive to provide you with the best, most informative and most supportive information to help you get from conceiving to postpartum with a team of highly trained experts. Check out our resources by heading to https://www.pushmamacare.com/pregnancyandprenatalcare
And remember, you know your body best; you’re the expert. Make sure you seek expert advice from authorities you trust and listen to your gut. Have a wonderful, healthy pregnancy.