What I eat

Write down all the foods and drinks you had during the past week. Show this list to your care giver.

I need to eat less of these foods:

I need to eat more of these foods:

WIC, food stamps or other food assistance is available. Ask your health care provider if you qualify for these food programs.

Questions I want to ask:

1. What can I do about morning sickness?

2. Should I take vitamin and iron supplements?

Advice and answers to my questions:

8 weeks

Eat a variety of healthful foods each day for you and your growing baby.

Tell any doctor, nurse, dentist, or other health care giver you see that you are pregnant before you accept treatment, have X-rays, or use prescribed drugs.

Rest if you feel tired. It is normal to feel tired in the first months of pregnancy. You may also feel excited, happy, worried, and concerned—all at the same time!

It is good for you to exercise regularly. Ask your health care giver about starting or continuing to exercise.

Questions I want to ask:

1. What can I do about morning sickness?

2. Should I take vitamin and iron supplements?

3. How can I involve the baby's father in my pregnancy?

Advice and answers to my questions:

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