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I'm Pregnant

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NUTRITION * Results of past 7 daysLast Updated: 12 / 12 / 2012

Diet Balance

Getting There

Energy Intake

YOU
+5%
TOO
LOW
TOO
HIGH
1800 3000
TARGET ZONE
Doing Great

Essential Nutrients

  • Calcium  
  • Folate  
  • Iron  
  • Zinc  
  • Omega 3 Fats  
Needs Attention


 

HEALTH

Gestational Diabetes

Blood Pressure

Systolic: 130

Diastolic: 90

Last Updated: 12 / 12 / 2012

Body Mass Index (BMI)

12.0
Last Updated: 10 / 12 / 2012

Your responses suggest a HIGH RISK for developing gestational diabetes. Seek advice from your healthcare professional on getting screened as early as possible for early detection and management. Once you have been screened, you can update this assessment.

Your blood pressure appears to be in the high range.

Most women with high blood pressure have healthy babies without any major problems. However, uncontrolled high blood pressure during pregnancy can be dangerous for both the mother and the fetus and may result in fetal complications such as low birth weight, early delivery and in more severe cases, may result in serious pregnancy complications such as preeclampsia and eclampsia.

Discuss with your doctor how hypertension might affect you and your baby during pregnancy and find out what you can do to prevent or lessen these problems.

It is important to inform your doctor about any medications you are taking as some blood pressure medications are not recommended during pregnancy.

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Your weight gain during pregnancy is within the healthy range. Please continue to engage in regular light physical activity, maintain healthy dietary habits and monitor your weight regularly.

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LIFESTYLE Last Updated: 10 / 12 / 2012

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  • Smoking

    Smoking during pregnancy has significant risks for the baby and it is advised to quit.

  • 2nd-hand smoke

    Consistant exposure to second hand smoke is almost as bad for baby’s development as the mother smoking.

  • Alcohol

    A high intake of alcohol while pre-conceiving or during pregnancy has numerous risks.
    Read about the risks of alcohol.

  • Physical exercise

    A moderate level of exercise during pregnancy has many benefits for your health and your baby. If you are unsure, check with your doctor.

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