moving while pregnant

When it comes to moving, there are a lot of things that have to be taken care of in order to get the job done, and it can be an arduous task for even the most well meaning of couples. Add a pregnancy into the mix and things can get extremely difficult for some, which is why it’s important to take the time to set out some quick parameters before the big move. This is predominantly for safety reasons, as a pregnant woman should not be doing painstaking labor.

First and foremost, if you’re pregnant, do not move heavy boxes at all. This can really hurt the back and cause strain in the womb. Instead have a dolly ready or something else that might help move boxes from one end to another. Best of all, consider hiring a moving company to do the job. Packing and moving should not be done together, but rather just packing and only things that aren’t too laborious.

The second thing to remember is to take a lot of breaks during the moving process. A pregnant woman is not supposed to be doing such extreme motions, and spending hours on end packing and preparing can be a strenuous workout for anyone, so if it is done, make sure that lots of breaks are taken.

The last thing to consider is getting a packing service or someone local to assist with the packing process. Also consider having someone help out with the moving chores around the house prior to moving. The last thing you want to do is cause any sort of strain in the middle of a pregnancy. There are a variety of options to consider when looking for a service or even a neighbor that can help with putting things away in boxes.

The above three things are just basic ideas to help pregnant women with the moving process. It’s not advisable to do too much when changing residencies, and to work within the means of any given person. Never overwork, as it can cause serious problems.

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Written by Margarita Hakobyan
Margarita Hakobyan is CEO and Founder of Moverscorp.com.