With the development of society and changes in women\’s fertility concepts, more and more women choose to get pregnant at older ages. However, it is especially important for older women to pay attention to the first three months of pregnancy. This article will provide professional advice for older mothers from multiple aspects to ensure the health of mother and baby. 1. Preparation Physical preparation Elderly mothers should undergo a comprehensive physical examination three months before pregnancy to ensure that there are no diseases or hidden dangers that may affect pregnancy. In addition, you should strengthen exercise, improve your physical fitness, and be fully prepared for pregnancy. Psychological preparation: Elderly mothers should adjust their mentality before pregnancy and maintain a relaxed and happy mood. You can participate in activities such as pregnancy knowledge lectures to learn more about pregnancy and reduce tension. Material preparation Three months before pregnancy, elderly mothers need to prepare the items needed during pregnancy, such as maternity clothes, health products, massagers, etc. In addition, some necessary items should be prepared for the baby, such as cribs, strollers, bottles, etc. 2. Diet Precautions: Balanced Diet Elderly mothers should maintain a balanced diet in the first three months of pregnancy and eat more fiber-rich foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, etc. to promote gastrointestinal motility and prevent constipation during pregnancy. Supplementary nutrition. Appropriate intake of protein, calcium, iron, folic acid and other nutrients in the diet will help the growth and development of the fetus. For example, eat more protein-rich foods such as lean meat, fish, and eggs, as well as folic acid-rich foods such as green leafy vegetables and animal liver. Avoid high-calorie and high-fat foods Older women should avoid eating too many high-calorie and high-fat foods to reduce the risk of obesity and complications during pregnancy. At the same time, sugar intake should be controlled to avoid health problems such as diabetes during pregnancy. 3. Adjust your living habits to a regular schedule. Elderly mothers should maintain a regular schedule during the first three months of pregnancy. Adequate sleep is helpful for physical recovery and mental health. It is recommended to ensure 8-9 hours of sleep every day and try to fall asleep before 10 pm. Avoid staying up late. Staying up late will put a burden on the body, affect the endocrine and immune systems, and is not conducive to pregnancy. Therefore, elderly mothers should try to avoid staying up late and ensure adequate rest time. Stop smoking and limit drinking. Smoking and drinking will affect the growth and development of the fetus and increase the risk of complications during pregnancy. Therefore, older mothers should quit smoking and limit alcohol consumption three months before pregnancy to ensure the health of mother and baby. Get enough sleep. Getting enough sleep is very important for both older mothers and their fetuses. It is recommended that elderly mothers maintain 8-9 hours of sleep every day and try to fall asleep before 10 p.m. At the same time, you can take a proper rest for 20-30 minutes at noon to replenish your physical strength. 4. Health care measures. Regular examinations. Elderly mothers should undergo regular physical examinations in the first three months of pregnancy to detect and deal with potential health problems in a timely manner to ensure the health of mother and baby. Pay attention to hygiene. Elderly mothers should pay special attention to hygiene in the first three months of pregnancy to prevent infection. Keep your hands clean and avoid contact with sources of infection in public places. At the same time, try to avoid going to crowded places to reduce the risk of infection. Avoid infections. Elderly mothers should try to avoid infections, especially viral infections, during the first three months of pregnancy. Because viral infection may affect the growth and development of the fetus and even cause malformations. Therefore, older women should do their best toAvoid contact with sources of infection as much as possible, and seek medical treatment promptly if necessary. 5. Conclusion Things that older mothers should pay attention to in the first three months of pregnancy are crucial to the health of mother and baby. During preparations for pregnancy, elderly mothers and their families should carefully make various preparations to ensure physical health, psychological stability, and material adequacy. At the same time, attention should be paid to adjusting the diet structure and living habits to avoid the negative impact of bad habits and work and rest on the body. In the first three months of pregnancy, elderly mothers should actively cooperate with doctors to conduct regular examinations and health care work to ensure the health of mother and baby. With scientific and reasonable preparation and health care measures, elderly mothers can successfully survive pregnancy and give birth to healthy babies.