To live well during your pregnancy at work, it's important to follow a few rules and listen to your body's needs. Here's some advice on how to adapt your professional life and take full advantage of this unforgettable moment, with complete peace of mind, even at work!
At work, keep your spirits up and smile! Feeling stressed or irritable? Try taking the time to do some meditation exercises. By turning your attention for a few minutes to your feelings and those of your baby, you'll create a bubble of intimacy just for the two of you!
You are pregnant and this is a great joy, but your colleagues may not feel like talking about motherhood all the time.
You can ask to adjust your hours by reaching an agreement with your employer so that you don't have to deal with morning and evening traffic, and you won't be as stressed out from the start of your working day.
Eat properly to reduce hypoglycemia and fatigue. It is important to vary your food and to include a small snack such as a piece of fruit if you feel hungry at 10 a.m.
Drink water regularly and avoid large cups of coffee! A small herbal tea can be great to promote the elimination of toxins and drainage.
If you have swollen legs, you can do some exercises by standing up and raising and lowering your heels.
Remember to change positions regularly if you work sitting down, and remember to stretch to relax your back.
It is important to wear feminine but comfortable clothes, and avoid high heels!
If you are tired, talk to your gynecologist or midwife, who will decide to stop you from work for a few days. There is no need to jeopardize your health! It is important to listen to your body and to enjoy your pregnancy.
Maternity leave is a right for all pregnant women in France. Here is what you need to know.
You are pregnant and now you have to register in a maternity ward to be able to give birth in good conditions.
Of course, you don't have to register in a maternity hospital but it is recommended! You don't have to register in a specific one.
You are pregnant! But when should you already inform your employer about your pregnancy? We tell you everything!
In France, you don't have to tell your boss before you go on maternity leave, but you should know that as long as he doesn't know:
Whether you are unemployed or working, you have the right to make the most of your pregnancy.
If you work in a company:
If you are unemployed: