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Protect yourself from Flu during pregnancy.
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Post Protect yourself from Flu during pregnancy. – 05-28-2013, 07:30 AM

If you are pregnant you should take care of the small disease also. Influenza is one of the very normal diseases, but it can be severe during pregnancy.
Now many people think that "why it is severe during pregnancy?"
Because, during pregnancy your immune system becomes weak and immunity is very important to coping from any illness or normal disease. So it can be affected for you in pregnancy.
In pregnancy lungs need more oxygen for you and your baby. In pregnancy your belly occupies more space so it work hard for lungs to work in a smaller space. Even you can also feel some stress in breathing. The same thing happens with heart, it keeps busy itself in supplying blood for you and your baby.
If you get infected by Influenza during this stage then it can be harmful to you. So always take good precaution to protect yourself from not having the Flu.

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