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1) Initial Consultation
That is, I assume, just the initial doctor's visit - taking your wife's health history, weight, blood pressure, etc. That is, of course, completely reasonable.
2) Initial Consult - Fetal Medicine
I am not completely sure what ...
You are still very early in your pregnancy, so it is likely that everything will be fine if you take measures to stop smoking now. I would highly suggest meeting with your OBGYN to discuss safe methods for smoking cessation during pregnancy. The earlier you quit, the better off your baby's development will be. Prenatal smoking has been associated with ...
Pregnancy is not a disability!
Other than avoiding things known to be bad for a developing fetus such as alcohol, smoking and certain drugs, there really aren't many limits on what you can do. Until a doctor tells you otherwise, feel free to walk those 10-15 kilometers if you want. Or ride a bicycle. Or drive a car. All are perfectly fine.
It's especially important to steer clear of alcohol in the first
trimester, because of the risk of miscarriage. Drinking at this time
has also been associated with a higher rate of premature birth.
The first trimester is week 1 to week 12.
Many women have a few drinks before realising they are pregnant.
Babies have ...