At 7 months pregnant, you will enter the last trimester of your pregnancy and will be seeing your doctor almost every week. As you and your doctor see more and more of each other every month, and get on with a series of vaccinations, lab tests, ultrasounds, physical exams, and blood tests, there are some questions that you should also ask him or her in order to make the most out of her expertise and experience. They will not only clear your doubts but also give you confidence as you reach the day of your baby’s birth:
- Ask her to conduct all the necessary tests for Anemia, Group B Strep and other conditions that happen during pregnancy to avoid all risks and future complications for both your and your baby’s well-being.
- Ask her to modify your diet according to the baby’s size and your physical condition so that both of you are getting ample nutrition and your baby continue to grow at a satisfactory rate.
- Ask her for the best sleeping position according to the position of the baby in your belly. You’ll thank her for life!
- 7th month of pregnancy is a good time to take her advice on cord blood banking. Cord blood banking can not only be beneficial for your baby but for your entire family. You can also visit mycord.com to know everything about it!
- Consider taking pregnancy counseling from her since the changes in your body are going to become drastic from the 7th month of pregnancy.
- Ask her about the various therapies that may help you relax and soothe your aches and ease your swellings since the body of every woman is different. She will know exactly which therapy or remedy will work for you.
- Ask her about the kind of exercises and physical activities you can do and how much your body can endure since exercise is of the best ways of entering a smooth and pain free labour.
Prenatal visits to a gynecologist starting from the 7th month of pregnancy become extremely important so remember to be completely honest with your doctor and always ask her questions and let no doubt remain within you regarding anything at all. It’s always better to confirm things from an expert than assuming things on your own.