Tips for pregnant women in the fifth and sixth months

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 Tips for pregnant women in the fifth and sixth months


Tips for pregnant women in the fifth and sixth months




pregnancy period


Pregnancy lasts for nine consecutive months and ends with the birth of a healthy, newborn baby.

 And when a woman enters every month of pregnancy, she needs advice and guidance to preserve her health and the health of her fetus, as some women are ignorant of health and safety rules during this period


Some health problems. In addition to learning about the most important changes that occurred in the fifth and sixth months, this article provides the most important tips and precautions.


Tips for pregnant women in the fifth and sixth months

Tips for pregnant women in the fifth and sixth months


  • Know that you eat most foods that contain enough iron to avoid anemia.
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun to avoid the appearance of melasma and freckles.
  • Avoid wearing excessively tall and flat shoes to avoid developing varicose veins.
  • Drink more water at a rate of 2 liters per day with natural juice.
  • Snack between main meals to provide energy and activity. This is especially true for foods that contain calories.
  • Wear loose-fitting clothing and avoid tight clothing that puts pressure on the lower abdomen.


  • Avoid eating large amounts of salt to avoid high blood pressure.
  • Especially in the sixth month, the legs rise when sitting.
  • Exercise regularly, but for a short time, to avoid getting tired or tired.
  • Avoid consuming large amounts of soft drinks and foods that contain preservatives.
  • Avoid stress and tension, go to bed and get plenty of rest.
  • Talk to a specialist from time to time and take the vitamins and supplements he prescribes.
  • Pregnancy changes in the fifth month
  • The pleasant appearance of scars and freckles on the face.
  • Increased vaginal discharge.



  • Pain in the lower abdomen and back due to the expansion of the fetus.
  • Eat a lot of food.
  • The tension of the leg muscles.
  • The increase in fetal movement becomes more active from the fourth month, as it reaches a weight of 300 grams and a length of 25 cm, which leads to an increase in weight and body length.
  • Pregnancy changes in 6 months
  • Significant weight gain from the previous month.
  • The bumps on the abdomen are larger than before.
  • Swollen feet and ankles.


  • Indigestion, stomach acidity, flatulence, and gas.
  • stuffy nose and stuffy nose;
  • Abdominal itching.
  • I am bored with my pregnancy.
  • Psychological disorders and emotions.
  • Increased breast size.
  • The fetus becomes more active, its position is constantly changing, its length is about 30 cm and its weight is 700 g.
  • Fetal survival and women's survival at preterm birth.