As the pace of life in modern society accelerates, pregnant women will inevitably encounter situations where they need to carry or lift heavy objects in their daily lives. However, whether pregnant women should be allowed to lift heavy objects once in a while is a matter of great concern. This article will explore this issue from a professional perspective. First of all, lifting heavy objects during pregnancy may cause certain risks to the health of the fetus and the mother. A woman\’s body undergoes many changes during pregnancy, such as uterine enlargement, abdominal muscle relaxation, etc. These changes may cause pregnant women to easily experience uncomfortable symptoms such as back pain and groin pain when lifting heavy objects, and may even lead to abdominal muscle separation. In addition, the pelvis of pregnant women will also become loose due to hormonal changes, increasing the risk of pelvic dislocation. If the posture is incorrect or the force is too strong when lifting heavy objects, it may also increase abdominal pressure, have adverse effects on the fetus, and even cause complications such as miscarriage and premature birth. Secondly, lifting heavy objects by pregnant women may also put a burden on the cardiovascular system of pregnant women. During pregnancy, women\’s blood volume increases and the burden on the heart increases. In addition, lifting heavy objects may cause problems such as increased blood pressure and overloaded heart. Especially for pregnant women who already have chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and heart disease, lifting heavy objects may aggravate the disease and increase the risk of complications. However, it should be noted that it is not absolutely forbidden for pregnant women to lift heavy objects. In some special circumstances, a pregnant woman may need to lift slightly heavy objects, such as carrying a bag of groceries or lifting a lightweight box. In this case, pregnant women should pay attention to the following points: Understand their physical condition: Pregnant women should understand their physical condition before lifting heavy objects. If they already have some health problems, they should avoid lifting heavy objects. Use correct posture: Pregnant women should use correct posture when lifting heavy objects. Squat down and use your leg strength to lift the object instead of using your back or abdominal muscles. In addition, you can seek help from others to share the load of heavy objects. Control the number and frequency of lifting heavy objects: Pregnant women should control the number and frequency of lifting heavy objects and avoid lifting heavy objects for a long time or frequently. Pay attention to rest and diet: Pregnant women should rest in time after lifting heavy objects to avoid excessive fatigue. In addition, a reasonable diet is also an important factor in maintaining the health of pregnant women. To sum up, if a pregnant woman occasionally lifts heavy objects, it may cause certain risks to the health of the fetus and the pregnant woman herself. Therefore, it is recommended that pregnant women avoid lifting heavy objects during pregnancy and try to seek help from others. If it cannot be avoided, pregnant women should pay attention to using correct posture, control the number and frequency of lifting heavy objects, and pay attention to rest and diet. Most importantly, pregnant women should judge whether it is appropriate to lift heavy objects based on their physical condition and the advice of their doctor.