How To Clean Out Your Unborn Baby’s System

A healthy baby starts with a healthy mom – which also means taking good care of your baby’s system even before they’re born.

In this article, we’re going to discuss the steps on how to clean out your unborn baby’s system to ensure that its life starts with the best feasible health. To start, let’s answer the question;

Is it safe to clean your system while pregnant?

Yes, it is actually safe to clean your system while pregnant, but only when you’re using the right methods.

Some safer methods to cleanse your body or flush your system during pregnancy include;

  • Eating balanced meals that incorporates fruits and veggies
  • Practicing mindful breathing
  • Drinking plenty water
  • Exercising
  • Sleeping

However, expecting moms should be cautious. Cleansing methods that includes detox drinks; drugs or alcohol may not be safe, specifically due to the chemicals that can result in severe dehydration.

Having to know these, if you’re considering a detox program or a body cleanse, don’t start right without informing your doctor first because their information and advices are very necessary to keep you healthier than this choice.

How to clean out your unborn baby’s system naturally

When it comes to ensuring your unborn baby’s wellness, it is important to note that the journey begins with you!

Everything you eat, drink, and do directly and indirectly affects your baby. Here are the ways to keep your baby’s system in check:

  • Eating well: Eat plenty of fresh fruits that include green veggies and whole grains. These foods are a powerhouse of nutrients that are good for you and your little one.
  • Stay hydrated: drinking plenty water is also a detoxifying method that removes harmful substances from your body. So be sure to drink enough water everyday.
  • Exercises: regular physical activity within the recommended guidelines of your doctor can greatly help too. Walking, swimming and even yoga can help to improve your and your baby’s health.
  • Avoid toxins at all cost: stay away from harmful stuffs like smoke from cigarettes, counter medications, and certain strong cleaning as these can harm your baby.
  • Quality sleep: You should get plenty of rest while reducing stress thoroughly. This can enhance your physical health and indirectly improve your baby’s system.

Benefits of cleaning your unborn baby’s system

The steps you take to stay healthy can help to clean your unborn baby’s system. Here are the benefits:

  1. Healthier baby
  2. Easier delivery
  3. Less risk of pregnancy complications
  4. Improved immune system
  5. Better brain development of fetus

How long does drugs stay in a fetus system?

It’s a bit difficult to know exactly how long drugs stay in your baby’s system when take them. This is because it usually depends on some factors like the type of drug, how often you use it and the mother’s body processes.

Generally, as long as the drug remains in the mother’s body, it will also be in the fetus. Some drugs can still stay in baby’s system when even mom has stopped taking them – and this can last anywhere between 7 to 10 days. 

Additionally, drugs have both short and long term effects on baby, with Long term effects lasting for a lifetime.

That’s why you need to avoid dangerous like heroin, morphine, codeine, cocaine and oxycodone while pregnant.

It’s also important to get rid of alcohol and other medications that have not been approved by your doctor during pregnancy.

What chores should you not do while pregnant?

It’s important to take very good care of yourself during this period. And ensuring this does not only mean you eat healthily, but also requires that you stay off from some high intensity chores such as:

  1. Heavy lifting: You do not need to be lifting heavy objects because you’re already carrying an extra weight.
  2. Climbing: When you’re pregnant, your balance isn’t what you’re used to. This makes it more likely to fall when climbing on something like a stepladder.
  3. Standing for too long: try to avoid chores that make you stand for too long. Standing a lot can make your back and feet hurt.
  4. Chores that hurt your back: Bending and stretching too much can also make your back hurt, and so it’s equally necessary to avoid them.

Even though you can still go ahead with most of your regular chores, it’s important to keep you and the baby safe. If you’re uncertain about a particular task, then you can ask your doctor for assistance.


Should you detox while pregnant?

No, it’s generally not recommended to detox while pregnant. Detox diets can often involve extreme dietary restrictions which could lead to a lack of essential nutrients, potentially dangerous to both the mother and the baby.

How to detox your body from smoking while pregnant?

Having to quit smoking during this delicate period is one of the best decisions you ever made. However, the process of detoxing from nicotine should be done under your doctor’s supervision.

What happens if you don’t eat enough during pregnancy?

Not eating enough during pregnancy can lead to several issues like small babies and the potential for developmental problems for the baby. Moms could also get chronic fatigue and other health issues. It’s crucial to maintain a balanced diet that ensures both mother and baby get all the needed nutrients.

Is my baby hungry when I’m hungry during pregnancy?

Not necessarily. Hunger pangs in the mother don’t equate to the baby being hungry as well. However, it’s important for expectant mothers to eat regularly to provide a steady supply of nutrients to the developing fetus.


Keeping your unborn baby’s system clean is an indirect way of taking care of yourself while expecting.

And taking care of yourself basically means avoiding harmful substances like alcohol and drugs which can stay very long in your body and cause longterm effects to your sweet little one.

In addition, eating balanced diet, drinking plenty fluids and having regular exercise are sure ways to keep you and the baby healthy.

If you’re unsure of anything, don’t hesitate to chat your doctor. His advices and guidance are always best for you and must equally be welcomed.  


National institutes of Health (Clean birth and postnatal care practices to reduce neonatal deaths from sepsis and tetanus: a systematic review and Delphi estimation of mortality effect)

Georgina Austin

Georgina Austin

Georgina is a certified midwife, a seasoned writer and a mother of twins - Noel and Noelle. She brings to this blog eleven years of experience in maternity support, coupled with her personal motherhood adventures to give you factual information on women's health.

Aside writing on pregnancy and breastfeeding, she writes on sexual health concerns, birth control guides, egg donation, sibling dynamics, and balancing the demands of multiple children.